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University of Connecticut meet the huskies 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

Brad Cooper


Senior • D • 5-9 • 170 Boca Raton, Fla. Avon Old Farms (Div. 1 Prep) 2010-11 (Junior Season): Appeared in 33 games as a sophomore… Ranked second on the team with a plus-six rating… Finished the season with seven assists… Tallied two assists against Mercyhurst (Jan. 8) and Air Force (Jan. 22)… Notched an assist against Mercyhurst in game two of the AHA Quarterfinals (Mar. 12). 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 29 games on defense... Recorded his first goal of the season on a shorthanded opportunity at Air Force (Jan. 8)... Tallied his first assist of the year on a power-play goal by Marcello Ranallo at Holy Cross (Feb. 9)... Recorded his first power-play goal and gamewinning goal of the year against Bentley (Feb. 19)... Recorded two assists against Mercyhurst (Feb. 27). 2008-09 (Freshman Season): Played in 18 games during his freshman season, recording three goals and three assists… Tallied his first career assist against RIT (Nov. 21)… Scored goals in back-to-back games against Sacred Heart (Jan. 6) and RIT (Jan. 9). Before UConn: A 2008 graduate from Avon Old Farms Prep School in Avon, Conn... Helped Avon win back-to-back New England Division I Prep School Championships in 2006-2007 and 2007-2008... Recorded three goals and 15 assists in 28 games in 2007-2008 season... Was part of a stellar defense at Avon leading the team to a 27-1 record. Personal: Bradley Nicholas is the son of Bob and Liz Cooper... born June 1, 1989... a sociology major.


Corey Jendras

Senior • F • 5-11 • 193 Abingdon, Md. Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL)

Assistant Captain

2010-11 (Junior Season): A member of the AHA All-Academic Team… Appeared in 20 games for UConn as a junior… Tallied eight goals and two assists for 10 points… Finished the season plus-3 rating… Notched the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Holy Cross (Dec. 29)… Registered a goal and two assists in UConn’s 6-4 victory over Bentley (Feb. 19)… Notched his first collegiate hat trick in game one of the AHA Quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (Mar. 11)… Named an assistant captain at the team’s end-of-year banquet. 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Saw action in 19 games... Finished the season with one goal on 21 shots… Scored his only goal of the year at RIT (Oct. 30). 2008-09 (Freshman Season): Played in 24 games recording nine points on three goals and six assists during his freshman campaign… Recorded his first career point against RIT (Nov. 21)… Tallied back-to-back points against American International (Jan. 27) and Holy Cross (Jan. 30)… Recorded the game-tying goal at Bentley during the final regular season game (Feb. 28) to help the Huskies end their regular season on a three-game undefeated streak. Before UConn: Played two seasons with the Santa Fe/Topeka Roadrunners of the NAHL... Led his team in scoring with 69 points and was a plus-23, good enough for ninth in the NAHL overall league scoring... Tied for seventh overall in NAHL goals scored with 30... Led the NAHL with 17 power-play goals in 2007-08... Ranked third in the league in shots on goal with 229 shots in 57 games... Helped lead team to NAHL Robertson Cup Tournament (NAHL Championship) ... Was a former teammate of current Husky Jason Krispel in 2006-2007 at Santa Fe. Personal: Corey A. is the son of Tom and Linda Jendras... born March 23, 1987... a communications major.

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

GP 18 29 33 80

G 3 2 0 5

A 3 3 7 13

PTS 6 5 7 18

PEN/MIN 8/16 15/30 8/16 31/62

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

GP 24 19 20 63

G 3 1 8 12

A 6 0 2 8

PTS 9 1 10 20

PEN/MIN 1/2 8/16 2/4 11/22

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