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Credits

This publication is a production of the UWSP Athletics Media Relations Office. Copy, editing, and layout provided by staff and student interns. Photography by Jack McLaughlin.

University Quick Facts

2016-17 Schedule

School.............................UW-Stevens Point

Oct. 28 Aurora

Location...........................Stevens Point, WI

7PM

Founded............................................ 1894

Oct. 29 Lawrence

7 PM

Enrollment........................................ 9,500

Nov. 4

at Gustavus

7 PM

Nov. 5

at Bethel

7 PM

Colors....................................Purple & Gold Nickname...................................... Pointers Conference............. Wisconsin Intercollegiate

Nov. 11 Con.-Moorhead

7 PM

Home Arena..................... K.B. Willett Arena

Nov. 12 Saint John’s

7 PM

Director of Athletics............. Brad Duckworth

Nov. 18 at Marian

7 PM

Faculty Atheltic Rep................. Nate Bowling

Nov. 19 at St. Norbert

7 PM

Athletic Department Phone..... 715-346-3888

Nov. 26 at Adrian

7 PM EST

Twitter...............................@UWSPAthletics

Nov. 27 vs. U.S. U18

3 PM EST

....................................... @UWSPMhockey

Dec. 2 UW-River Falls

7 PM

Men’s Hockey Quick Facts

Dec. 3

at UW-Superior

7 PM

Head Coach............................. Chris Brooks

Dec. 9

Adrian

7 PM

Alma Mater.......... Western Michigan Univ. ‘96

Dec. 10 Adrian

7 PM

Overall Record (years)......... 98-40-10 (Fifth)

Jan. 6

at St. Olaf

7 PM

Men’s Hockey Office............... 715-346-3332

Jan. 7

at Hamline

2 PM

Jan. 11 Northland

7 PM

Jan. 13 Saint Mary’s

7 PM

Jan. 14

7 PM

Chancellor...................... Bernie L. Patterson

Website...........................athletics.uwsp.edu

Record at UWSP (years)...... 98-40-10 (Sixth)

Associate Head Coach.............. Tyler Krueger Athletic Trainer............................ Josh Scott Equipment Manager.................... Mike Okray All-Time Record...... 561-404-59 (35 seasons)

Augsburg

2015-16 Overall Record..................... 24-5-2

Jan. 20 UW-Eau Claire

7 PM

Conference Record/Finish..............5-3-0/3rd

Jan. 21 at UW-River Falls

7 PM

Jan. 24 at UW-Superior

7 PM

Feb. 3 UW-Stout

7 PM

Feb. 4 UW-Superior

7 PM

Feb. 10 at UW-Stout

7 PM

Feb. 11 at UW-Eau Claire

7 PM


About UWSP The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point was founded in 1894 as a teachers college. -

This is

UWSP serves the Central Wisconsin area and is

centrally located midway between Milwaukee and Minneapolis on the Wisconsin River. -

With more than 9,000 students (47% male, 53%

female), UWSP employs over 400 faculty/teaching academic staff and has the highest percentage of undergraduate courses taught by regular faculty in the UW System. -

UWSP is consistantly one of the top Public

Midwestern Universities-Master’s in U.S. News and World Report’s College Rankings. -

Conveniently located in the center of Wisconsin, the Stevens Point area has something for everyone! Nestled among an abundance of green space and waterways, enjoy our cross country ski trails, numerous hiking and biking trails or a game of golf. Visit quaint shops in our historic downtown district, explore museums and art galleries and take in a special event and tour.

46 percent of new freshman rank in the top 25

percent of their high school class and boast an average ACT score of 23. -

UWSP students benefit from average class sizes of

28 and get personal attention with a student/faculty ratio of 22:1. -

UWSP offers over 100 undergraduate program

choices within 54 majors and 67 minors in four colleges: College of Fine Arts and Communication, College of Letters and Sciences, College of Natural Resources and College of Professional Studies. UWSP also offers 13 graduate programs including a doctorate in audiology with UW-Madison. -

At the heart of the UW-Stevens Point campus is the new Dreyfus University Center. Its dining options, services, and amenities make it a fixture of everyday campus life. Visitors and the area community enjoy the Dreyfus University Center as well, and the facility is site of numerous events and conferences for off-campus customers who take advantage of such an impressive facility located in the heart of Wisconsin.

UWSP has a tremendous impact on the Central

Wisconsin community, bringing in an estimated $378 million dollars to the area each year. It is estimated that $78 million is spent by students and another $25 million is spent by visitors to campus. -

UWSP boasts the nation’s 28th-ranked International

Program with over 21 percent of all bachelor’s degree recipients having studied abroad. -

UWSP’s campus is nearly 400 acres and has 35

buildings including 14 residence halls and the 275 acre Schmeeckle Nature Reserve that features a 24 acre lake, Lake Joanis.

The DeBot Center has undergone several renovations over the past several years and serves as one of the main dining facilities for students. DeBot is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The lower level features a convience store and a made-to-order market where students can purchase food through their meal plan.


UWSP Dr. Bernie L. Patterson took over as Chancellor at UWStevens Point in July of 2010, becoming the 14th chancellor in the 116 year history of the university. Chancellor Patterson came to UWSP after serving as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Oklahoma City University since 2002.

MISSION STATEMENT

UW-Stevens Point shares in the mission of the University of Wisconsin System. The mission of this system is to develop human resources, to discover and disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses, and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, and humane sensitivities; scientific, professional, and technological expertise; and a sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended education, and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth.

UWSP will open it’s newest residence hall in the fall of 2011. The suite-style dorm will be five stories tall and include 82 suites, room for 328 student beds. The building will obtain at least a silver LEED green building certification. UW-Stevens Point is again ranked as one of the best public universities in the Midwest. U.S. News and World Report places UWSP in the Top Ten Regional Universities in its 2011 rankings. UWSP has become a perennial all-star in the U.S News rankings, which take into account such factors as a school’s student retention and graduate rates, average class size, and the academic talent of the freshman class.

The College of Natural Resources at the UWSP is the nation’s largest and premier undergraduate institution for natural resources and environmental management.

Pointers have developed a reputation as one of the most involved and connected student bodies in the Midwest. With over 180 active organizations open to any student and a campus culture that promotes involvement, it’s easy to explore your areas of interest, as well as experience those you may just be curious about!

For More Information

Visit us online at http://www.uwsp.edu for more information about all the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has to offer!


2016-17 Roster No. Full Name 3 Mark Bittner 5 Trace Strahle 7 Ryan Bittner 8 Joey Haydock 9 Kelly O’Brien 10 Austin Kelly 11 Ethan Strong 12 Connor Chambers 13 Nathan Harris 14 Tanner Karty 15 Jacob Barber 16 Eliot Grauer 17 Jono Davis 18 Stephan Beauvais 19 Baxter Kanter 20 Willem Nong-Lambert 21 Lawrence Cornellier 22 Logan Fredericks 23 B.J. Duffin 24 Omar Mullan 25 Brennen Miller 27 Kyle Sharkey 28 Drew McLean 29 Max Milosek 30 P.J. Bridges 35 Jesse Gordichuk

Pos. Ht. D 6-1 D 5-10 D 6-3 F 5-10 F 6-3 F 5-8 D 6-3 D 5-11 D 6-0 F 5-9 F 5-8 F 6-0 F 5-8 D 5-10 F 6-3 F 6-3 F 6-0 F 5-11 F 5-8 F 5-8 F 6-3 F 5-10 D 6-1 G 5-11 G 6-0 G 6-0

Wt. 195 170 190 185 200 185 210 195 185 185 165 200 155 180 215 210 170 185 165 185 210 187 190 195 185 185

Yr. Hometown/Previous Team Jr. Crookston, MN / Fresno Monsters (NAHL) Sr. Anchorage, AK / Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL) So. Crookston, MN / Winnipeg Jr. Blues (MJHL) So. Junction City, WI / UW-Stout (WIAC) Fr. Detroit, MI / Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL) Fr. Toledo, OH / Philadelphia Little Flyers (EHL) So. Kinmount, ON / Kirkland Lake Gold Miners (NOJHL) Fr. Pequot Lakes, MN / Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) Jr. Fowlerville, MI / Lake Superior State (WCHA) So. Oklahoma City, OK / Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) Sr. Dardenne Prairie, MO / Wenatchee Wild (NAHL) Sr. Mukilteo, WA / Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) Sr. La Verne, CA / Nebraska-Omaha (NCHC) So. Shelby TWP., MI / Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL) Fr Lincoln, NE/ Battlefords North Stars (SJHL) Jr. Des Moines, Iowa / Western Michigan (NCHC) Sr. Machesney Park, IL / Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL) Fr. Millstone TWP, NJ / Kirkland Lake (NOJHL) So. Red Deer, AB / Olds Grizzlys (AJHL) Jr. Dearborn, MI / MSOE (NCHA) Fr. Keller, TX / Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL) Jr. Moore, OK / Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL) Fr. Waterford, MI / Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL) So. Lapeer, MI / Port Huron (NAHL) Jr. Waterford, MI / Western Michigan (NCHC)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Chris Brooks Associate Head Coach: Tyler Krueger Student Assistant Coach: Zach Badalamenti Administrative Assistant: Joey Sosnowski Equipment Manager: Todd Bialas Athletic Trainer: Josh Scott 2016-17 UW-Stevens Point Men’s Hockey Pronunciation Guide No Name Pronunciation 5 Strahle Stray-lee 18 Beauvais Bo-Vay 17 Jono John-Oh 21 Cornellier Cor-kneel-yer 30 Milosek Mah-LAW-sickr


Season Preview


STEVENS POINT, Wis.—After capturing its fifth National Championship in program history, the UW-Stevens Point men’s hockey team looks to continue its success in 2016-17. Last season, the Pointers defeated instate rival St. Norbert 5-1 in the National Championship game to earn UW-Stevens Point’s first title since 1993. UWSP finished with a record of 24-5-2. On its way to the title game, UWSP defeated Adrian and SUNY Geneseo in the NCAA Tournament after winning the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Commissioners Cup. Following the departure of nine seniors, including two All-WIAC selections, many players will fill in to new roles this season. “We had a lot of seniors that played a big part in our success last year, and now our job is to try and fill those holes that were created by their departure and take another step this

year,” said head coach Chris Brooks. The Pointers will look to replace CCM AllAmericans Joe Kalisz and Alex Brooks, who both earned All-WIAC honors in 2015 and 2016. A season ago, Kalisz was 13th in the country averaging 1.35 points per game, and Brooks led the WIAC in points by a defenseman. UWSP returns 17 letterwinners from last season, including two of its top-five point producers in All-WIAC selections Kyle Sharkey and Lawrence Cornellier, who will also captain this season’s team. The Pointers also return senior forward Jono Davis, who finished last season fifth on the team in points, with 17 goals and 12 assists. Those three are part of an eight-man senior class for the Pointers. “You look at the key pieces we return, those guys are now seniors and the expectation changes for them,” added Brooks. “It’s pretty neat to see the look in their eye and see that their expectation [for the team] has changed as well as ours.” The Pointers have also added nine newcomers to the group of returners, two of which come with experience playing at the collegiate level in forwards Willem Nong-Lambert who played two seasons at Western Michigan, and Omar Mullan, who played at MSOE. Joining a group of veteran blue-liners are defensemen Drew McLean and Connor Chambers who come to UWSP after playing multiple seasons in highly competitive junior leagues. With the mix of veterans and newcomers, Brooks expects to have depth at all positions that


After another highly successful season, Brooks believes that the expectation has been set for the program, but is still focused on the process on reaching team goals. “We want to be prepared and detailed, and our expectation is to win every game and to compete in every game. The identity of our team doesn’t change, only the pieces of the puzzle do,” said Brooks. “We need to be efficient and to be doing the things that other teams aren’t going to do all the time to meet our goals. We have a great balance in our team with guys that can be effective in many different roles.”

will ultimately help with his team’s success. “The thing that separates us from other programs is our depth, and it’s going to continue to be an area of focus for us,” said Brooks. This season, the Pointers will face off against a strong non-conference schedule, which includes a rematch of the National Championship game taking on St. Norbert in an early season matchup in De Pere. UWSP will also travel to Michigan, where they will play the United States U-18 National Team, along with Adrian, who made its second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament last season. A strong strength of schedule will help UWSP make a case for a postseason berth without an automatic NCAA Tournament bid for the WIAC.


Chris brooks Head Coach Sixth Season In five seasons at UW-Stevens Point, Chris Brooks has led the Pointers to a 98-40-10 (.695) overall record, while playing in one of the most competitive conferences in the country. In 2016 Brooks led UWSP to its fifth National Championship in program history defeating St. Norbert 5-1 in Lake Placid, N.Y. Brooks has led the Pointers to three consecutive Frozen Four appearances, after finishing as the national runnerup in 2014 and 2015. In the past three seasons, Brooks has guided UWSP to69-18-5 record, and the 24 wins in 2015-16 are the most by a UWSP team since the 1992-93. Brooks was also named a finalist for the Edward Jeremiah Award, given to the Division III Coach of the Year in each of the last three seasons. In 2016 Brooks was also named DIII Coach of the year by USCHO.com. In his five years at UW-Stevens Point, Brooks has coached six All-Americans (Alex Brooks - 2016, Joe Kalisz -2015,2016, Kevin Gibson - 2015, Garrett Ladd-2014, Kyle Brodie-2014 and Kyle Heck-2012). He has also coached 26 All-WIAC players, including the first two WIAC Players of the Year (Gibson2015, Ladd-2014), and three Elite 90 Award winners Brandon Jaeger (2014-15), Evan Dixon (2016). Prior to UWSP, Brooks spent three seasons as a coach at the professional level, where he led the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees to an 87-86 overall record and playoff appearances in two of his three seasons.

Year by Year Season School

Record

2015-16

UW-Stevens Point

24-5-2

2014-15

UW-Stevens Point

23-7-1

2013-14

UW-Stevens Point

22-6-2

2012-13

UW-Stevens Point

15-11-1

Career Record

98-40-10

He led the team to a franchise-record 35 wins and its first-ever playoff series victory in 2009. As a player, Brooks lettered four seasons as a player at WMU (1992-96) and finished as the eighth-leading scorer in school history, compiling 57 goals and 127 assists for 184 points. Brooks led WMU in assists four straight seasons and twice captured the team scoring title (1992-93, 1994-95). He was a member of two NCAA tournament teams (1993-94, 1995-96) and was the recipient of the CCHA’s Rookie of the Year award in 1993. He also received Honorable Mention CCHA All-Academic status. Brooks went on to play professionally for three seasons with stops in Amarillo (WPHL), Mobile (ECHL), Springfield (AHL), and Kalamazoo (UHL). He led the WPHL in scoring and assists during the 199697 season, posting 110 points (45-65-110) in 64 games, earning league Most Valuable Player status. After an 82-point campaign with Mobile, he returned to Amarillo and again led the team in scoring (4857-105) and was the league leader in goals. He also started his coaching career that season, serving as a player/coach, while also being named team MVP and appearing in his second WPHL All-Star Game. Brooks received a bachelor’s degree in communication in 1996 and a master’s degree in communication with an emphasis in coaching in 2007. He resides in Plover with his wife Jeannine, daughter Bryar and son, Barrett. Brooks is heavily involved with the local youth hockey association, serving on their coaches committee. In addition, he also speaks at USA Hockey seminars and runs the Chris Brooks Elite Hockey Camp during the summer in Stevens Point.


Tyler krueger Associate Head Coach Third season Following a four-year career at UW-Stevens Point, Krueger is in his third season on the Pointers’ coaching staff. Krueger played in 79 games over four seasons at UW-Stevens Point from 2010-14. In his senior season, he was the captain of the 2013-14 national

runner-up team. The Stevens Point native also is on the strength and conditioning staff at UW-Stevens Point.


#3 mark bittner

#5 trace strahle

6-1 190 lbs. Senior Defenseman Crookston, Minn. Fresno Monsters (NAHL)

5-10 170 lbs. Senior Defenseman Anchorage, Alaska Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL)

2015-16: Skated in all 31 games…scored first collegiate goal in a 9-2 victory over Lake Forest on Jan. 30… recorded seven points

2015-16: Played in all 31 games…scored two goals and added 10 assists…tallied goal and an assist in win over Hamline on Jan. 7.

2014-15: Played in 31 games…Recorded nine assists.

2014-15: Played in all 31 games…Scored two goals and added 10 assists for 12 points…Had a season-high two points against UW-Superior on Feb. 28

2013-14: Played in five games…Recorded two assists… Assists were in wins over Marian on Nov. 23 and at UWEau Claire on Dec. 6. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons for Fresno Monsters of the NAHL…2012-13 “Iron Man” award winner…Played football, hockey, and track at Crookston High School…Three-time letterwinner in hockey…Second on team in 2009-10 with 21 points… Led team with 30 points in 2010-11…Two-time AllState Honorable Mention…Played in Section 8A vs. 8AA All-Star Game in 2010 and 2011…Three-time All-Section 8A honoree…All-Mariucci Conference First Team in 2011, honorable mention in 2009-10…2011 Gopher State Games participant…2011 Minnesota “Great 8” Tournament participant…2011 team captain and Most Valuable Defensive Player…2011 Team Hobey Baker Award winner….Four-year letterwinner in football (quarterback and cornerback)…Team captain in 2010… Team Most Valuable Back 2010…Heart of the Lakes AllConference 2009 and 2010…Conference MVP and Most Valuable Back in 2010…All-State honorable mention in 2010…In track, five-year letterwinner in track (hurdles, relays, and triple jump). PERSONAL: Biology major with pre-med emphasis… Parents Jon and Jo…Brother Ryan (20) is a freshman defenseman on UWSP men’s hockey team and younger brother Paul (18) was selected 38th overall in the second round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft by the Columbus Blue Jackets.

2013-14: Played in 15 games…Scored two goals and added five assists…Totaled 15 shots…Tallied a goal and an assist in wins over Finlandia on Nov. 2 and against Lawrence on Dec. 13. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Topeka Roadrunners of NAHL in 2012-13…Skated in 57 games… Had 28 points on seven goals and 21 assists…In 201112 for Roadrunners, played in 50 games…Tallied five goals and 14 assists for 19 points…Played for Langley Chiefs of BCHL in 2010-11…Played in 59 games…Had 24 points on eight goals and 16 assists…In 2009-10, member of Kenai River Brown Bears of NAHL…Ten goals points (eight goals, two assists) in 48 games…Four-year letterwinner in hockey at Robert Service High School… Coaches Award winner in 2007. PERSONAL: Natural Resource major and a resource management minor…Parents Rick and Lakel…Sister Shallyn (21).


#7 Ryan Bittner

#9 Kelly O’Brien

6-3 90 lbs. Sophomore Defenseman Crookston, Minn. Winnipeg Jr. Blues (MJHL)

6-3 200 lbs. Freshman Forward Detroit, Mich. Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL)

2015-16: Appeared in one game. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Winnipeg Blues from 2013-2015 of the MJHL…Scored 13 goals and 56 assists in 90 games. PERSONAL: Athletic training major…Son of Jon and Jo… Older brother Mark (22) is currently a defensemen on the UWSP men’s hockey team and younger brother Paul (18) was selected 38th overall, in the second round by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Johnstown Tomahawks of the NAHL…In 2015-16 scored 15 goals and added 20 assists in 53 games. PERSONAL: Business administration major…Parents Stacey and Kelly Sr…Siblings Korey (30) and Kasper (24)…Helps coach learn to skate hockey program

#8 joey haydock

#10 Austin Kelly

5-10 185 lbs. Senior Forward Junction City, Wis. UW-Stout (WIAC)

5-8 185 lbs. Freshman Forward Toledo, Ohio Philadelphia Little Flyers (EHL)

2015-16: Skated in 17 games…scored three goals and three assists…had a season high two points at UWSuperior on Feb. 6 2014-15 AT UW-STOUT: Played in 24 games, scoring eight goals and 11 assists. 2013-14 AT UW-STOUT: Played in 17 games…Tallied four goals and four assists. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played one season for the Minnesota Iron Rangers of the SIJHL, scoring 20 goals and 27 assists in 48 games…Played for the Janesville Jets and Chicago Hitmen of the NAHL from 2010-2012, tallying 10 goals and 10 assists in 92 games. PERSONAL: Accounting major…Son of Joe and Marcia… Siblings Jenna (27) and Jaycie (18).

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Philadelphia Little Flyers of the EHL from 2013-2016…in 2015-16 scored 20 goals and added 39 assists. PERSONAL: Business administration major…Parents Rebecca and Mark…Siblings Tyler (18), Caitlyn (15) and Jacob (12)


#11 ethan strong

#13 nathan harris

6-3 206 lbs. Sophomore Defenseman Kinmount, Ont. Kirkland Lake Gold Miners (NOJHL)

6-0 167 lbs. Junior Defenseman Fowlerville, Mich. Lake Superior St. (WCHA)

2015-16: Appeared in all 31 games…tallied one goal and six assists…scored first collegiate goal in a 9-2 victory over Lake Forest on Jan. 30

2015-16: Appeared in 31 games…Tallied four goals and added 12 assists…Recorded an assist in NCAA Quarterfinal at Adrian

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Kirkland Lake Gold Miners of the NOJHL from 2012-15…Played in 50 games during 2014-15 season, scoring 17 goals and adding 29 assists.

2014-15 AT LAKE SUPERIOR STATE: Played in eight games…Scored one goal and added two assists.

PERSONAL: Business administration major…Son of Ken and Sue…Sister Megan (23).

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Soo Eagles of the NAHL from 2012-13…Played in 18 games and scored three goals and added four assists…Played for the Traverse City North Stars of the NAHL from 2011-12… Scored 10 goals and added 15 assists in 53 games.

2013-14 AT LAKE SUPERIOR STATE: No stats.

PERSONAL: Marketing major…Son of Roger and Nancy… Also played golf in high school.

#12 Connor Chambers

5-11 195 lbs. Freshman Defenseman Pequot Lakes, Minn. Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) 2014-15: Skated in four games…Tallied an assist against Adrian on Nov. 29. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for Team Illinois AAA…Two-year assistant captain for Kirkland Lake Gold Miners of NOJHL…Scored five goals and collected 29 assists…Won NOJHL Championship and attended Dudley Hewitt Cup…Played one year of high school hockey at Burlington Central. PERSONAL: Wildland fire science major…Parents Pete and Liz…Brothers Nate (24) and Matt (23).

#14 tanner karty

5-8 172 lbs. Sophomore Forward Oklahoma City, Okla. Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) 2015-16: Skated in 18 games…Netted seven goals and added eight assists…Had a season best two goals against Augsburg on Jan. 16…Recorded a goal and assist in NCAA Semifinal game JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL from 2011-15…Played in 200 games in the USHL…In four seasons, scored 55 goals and 56 assists for 111 points. PERSONAL: Business administration major…Son of Wade and Cindy…Siblings Lindsey, Selina and Kyle.


#15 jacob barber

#16 eliot grauer

5-8 165 lbs. Senior Forward Dardenne Prairie, Mo. Wenatchee Wild (NAHL)

6-0 200 lbs. Senior Forward Mukilteo, Wash. Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL)

2015-16:Appeared in all 31 games…Scored 10 goals and added 18 assists…Had a season high two goals at UW-Superior on Feb. 6…Tallied a goal and an assist in National Championship game. 2014-15: Played in 28 games...Scored five goals and added seven assists...Had a season-high two goals against UW-Superior on Jan. 24. 2013-14: Skated in three games…Had one assist in win over Lawrence on Dec. 13. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for NAHL’s Wenatchee Wild for during 2011-12 and 2012-13 and part of 2010-11…Played in 94 games over two-plus seasons with Wild…Scored 37 goals and collected 38 assists for 75 points…In time with Wild, played in 24 playoff games, scoring 11 goals and recording 12 assists…Also played for Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) and Jersey Hitmen (EJHL) in 2011-12…Had 12 points (two goals, ten assists) combined for those two teams…Member of Alaska Avalanche in 2010-11 and 2009-10…In 81 games, had 49 points (29 goals, 20 assists) for Avalanche. PERSONAL: Pre-chiropractic major…Parents are Chris and Adrienne…Sister Kate (20).

2015-16: NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player… Appeared in 28 games…Tallied 13 goals and 16 assists… Recorded four points in NCAA Tournament. 2014-15: Played in 24 games…Scored six goals and tallied nine assists…Matched career-high of three points in a win against UW-Superior on Jan. 24. 2013-14: Skated in 12 games…Scored three goals and added four assists…Tallied season-high three points, one goal and two assists, in win over Finlandia on Nov. 2…Had a goal and an assist in victory against UW-Eau Claire on Feb. 28. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Wichita Falls Wildcats of NAHL in 2012-13…In 58 games, tallied 47 points on 20 goals and 27 assists…Member of USHL’s Dubuque Fighting Saints in 2011-12…Had 20 points (six goals, 14 assists) in 49 games…Skated in 13 games for Alaska Avalanche of NAHL in 2010-11…Scored seven goals and had four assists…Four points (two goals, two assists) in three playoff games…Also played in 41 games for Wenatchee Wild of NAHL in 2010-11…Scored 19 goals and collected 17 assists for 36 points. PERSONAL: Major is undecided…Parents Les and Jill… Siblings Nolan (24) and Lydia (18).


#17 jono davis

#19 Baxter Kanter

5-8 154 lbs. Senior Forward La Verna, Cal. Nebraska-Omaha (NCHC)

6-3 215 lbs. Freshman Forward Lincoln, Neb. Battlefords North Stars (SJHL)

2015-16: Skated in 28 games…Tallied 17 goals and 12 assists…Recorded two hat-tricks, against Northland on Dec. 11 and UW-Superior on Feb. 3…Scored goal in NCAA Semifinal vs SUNY Geneseo

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Battlefords North Stars of the SJHL from 2014-2016…Scored five goals and 12 assists in 56 games with 168 penalty minutes in 2015-16.

2014-15 AT NEBRASKA-OMAHA: Played in 28 games…Scored one goal and added six assists.

PERSONAL: Business major…Parents Cassandra and Troy…Siblings Parker (18) and Spencer (5)

2013-14 AT NEBRASKA-OMAHA: Played in 18 games and had one assist. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Wenatchee Wild of the NAHL from 2012-2013, scoring 32 goals and 29 assists in 59 games…Played for the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL from 2011-2012, tallying 14 goals and 15 assists in 42 games. PERSONAL: Marketing major…Son of Bryan and Sylvia… Siblings Ryan (30), Seth (15) and Ty (10).

#20 Willem Nong-Lambert

6-3 210 lbs. Junior Forward Des Moines, Iowa Western Michigan (NCHC)

#18 stephan beauvais

2015-16 at Western Michigan: Appeared in 19 games

5-10 170 lbs. Sophomore Defenseman Shelby Township, Mich. Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL)

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Spent two season in the USHL with the Des Moines Buccaneers ... tallied 32 points on 17 goals and 15 assists in first season, playing in 53 games

2015-16: Honorable Mention All-WIAC…Skated in 29 games…Had a season high three points at UW-Superior on Feb. 6…Tallied an assist in National Championship game JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played two seasons for the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the CCHL from 2013-15… Scored 10 goals and 46 assists in 118 career games... Also played for the Nepean Raiders of the CCHL in 201213, recording four goals and seven assists in 48 games. PERSONAL: Pre-physical therapy major...Parents Mark and Dawn...Siblings Kathrine (28), Michael (23), Matthew (16) and Adam (14).

2014-15 at Western Michigan: Skated in 35 games… Tallied one goal and four assists.

PERSONAL: Business major…Parents Saley Nong and Steve Lambert…Sibling Etienne (24)


#21 lawrence cornellier

#22 Logan Fredericks

6-0 170 lbs. Senior Forward Machesney Park, Ill. Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL)

5-11 185 lbs. Junior Forward Millstone Township, N.J. Kirkland Lake Gold Miners (NOJHL)

2015-16: First Team All-WIAC..Appeared in all 31 games…Scored 23 goals and added 12 assists…Third on team with 35 points…Recorded two hat-tricks, against UW-Superior on Dec. 5 and UW-Stout on Feb. 12… Scored three goals in NCAA Tournament, including one in National Championship game. 2014-15: Played in all 31 games...Scored 14 goals and added seven assists...Fifth in WIAC in goals...Scored two goals against Amherst in the national semifinal win on Mar. 27. 2013-14: Played in all 30 games…Scored seven goals and added 13 assists…Tied for fourth in the WIAC with three game-winning goals…Tied for conference lead with two short-handed goals…Tallied season-high three points, one goal and two assists, in win over St. Olaf on Nov. 9…Had a goal and an assist in victory at MSOE on Nov. 22…Scored a goal in four straight games from Nov. 1-9...Recorded five multi-point games. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Fairbanks IceDogs and Odessa Jackalopes of NAHL in 201213…Between two teams, played 59 games…Scored 26 goals and collected 32 assists for 58 points…Led NAHL in scoring…Top Prospects 13 with two goals and four assists in three games…In 2011-12, played for Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL) and Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)…Scored combined 15 goals and 25 assists for 40 points…In 2010-11, played for Owatonna Express of NAHL…Appeared in 58 games, scored 16 goals and had 25 assists for 41 points. PERSONAL: Accounting major…Parents Michael and Diana…Sisters Jessica (27) and Krystalynn (25).

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Kirkland Lake Gold Miners of the NOJHL…Scored 51 goals and 38 assists in 53 games. PERSONAL: Accounting major...Parents Patricia and Andrew...Siblings Tyler, Aidan and Liam.

#23 BJ Duffin

5-8 165 lbs. Freshman Forward Red Deer, Alb. Olds Grizzlys (AJHL) 2015-16: Skated in 23 games…Tallied one goal and four assists…Scored first collegiate goal in 3-1 victory at Lake Forest on Jan. 27 JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Olds Grizzlys from 2012-2015…Played in 162 games…Scored 22 goals and 48 assists in three seasons…Named team captain for the 2014-2015 season. PERSONAL: Athletic training major…Son of TJ and Joanne…Siblings Ryan (twin), Blake (16) and Keltie (11).


#24 Omar Mullan

#27 kyle sharkey

5-8 185 lbs. Junior Forward Dearborn, Mich. MSOE (NCHA)

5-10 175 lbs. Junior Forward Moore, Okla. Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL)

2015-16 at MSOE: Skated in 24 games…Tallied nine goals and nine assists. 2014-15 at MSOE: Played in 28 games…Scored 15 goals and 21 assists. Juniors/High School: Played with three different teams in the NAHL in 2013-14 ... appeared in 59 games with 12 goals and 22 assists for the Amarillo Bulls, Wenatchee Wild and Johnstown Tomahawks Personal: Chemical Engineering and Paper Science major and business administration minor…Parents Maryann and David…Siblings Sara (25) and Rami (15)… Also volunteers with learn to skate programs

#25 Brennen Miller

6-3 210 lbs. Frehman Forward Keller, Texas. Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL) JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Odessa Jackalopes of the NAHL...Tallied nine goals and 10 assists in 34 games. PERSONAL: Pre-engineering major...Parents Kim and Ed...Siblings Addison (16) and Morgan (18).

2015-16: WIAC Honorable Mention Selection…Skated in all 31 games…Tallied 19 goals and 19 assists…second on team with 38 points…Third in the country with 9 power play goals…Had season high four points in 9-2 victory over Lake Forest on Jan. 30…Had a goal and two assists in National Championship game. 2014-15: Named First Team All-WIAC...Played in all 31 games...Scored 16 goals and added 16 assists…Tied for second in WIAC in points (32)...Tied for first on team in points...Fourth in WIAC for goals...Seventh in WIAC for assists...Had a season-high four points against UWSuperior on Feb. 21. 2013-14: Honorable Mention All-WIAC…Played in 29 games…Tied for second on team and in WIAC in goals (15)…Tied for second on team and in conference in assists (18)…Ranked second on team, tied for second in WIAC and tied for 23rd nationally in points (33)…Tied for second in WIAC with five power-play goals…Ranked seventh in conference in shots (89)…Scored career-high five points, two goals and three assists, in victory over UW-Superior on Jan. 25…Had two goals and two assists against UW-River Falls on Feb. 20…Tallied one point each in NCAA Tournament wins over St. Thomas on Mar. 15 and Oswego State on Mar. 21…Recorded eight multipoint games. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Topeka Roadrunners for three seasons from 2010-13…In 201213, tallied 69 points (32 goals and 37 assists) in 59 games…Team was +23…Two points in three playoff games…In 2011-12, played in 54 games…Scored 11 goals and collected 19 assists for 30 points…Eight points in seven playoff games…In 46 games in 2010-11, scored 12 goals and had 16 assists for 28 points…15 points (six goals and nine assists) in 13 playoff games. PERSONAL: Business major and coaching minor… Parents Mark and Cindy…Brother Scott (20).


#30 P.J. Bridges

#28 Drew McLean

6-0 185 lbs. Sophomore Goaltender Waterford, Mich. Western Michigan (NCHC)

6-1 190 lbs. Freshman Defenseman Waterford, Mich. Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL) JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Odessa Jackalopes of the NAHL from 2013-16…Scored five goals and added 22 assists in 53 games in 2015-16 season. PERSONAL: Business major…Mother Debra…Siblings Sam (17) and Bruce (16)

2015-16: No Stats JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played one season in the NAHL for the Topeka Roadrunners ... Recorded a 26-53 record with a 1.54 goals against average and a .940 save percentage. PERSONAL: Major is undecided…Son of Phil and Kim.

#29 max milosek

5-10 175 lbs. Sophomore Goaltender Lapeer, Mich. Port Huron Falcons (NAHL) 2015-16: NCAA All-Tournament team...WIAC Honorable Mention…Played in 25 games…Finished with 19-4-2 record…Second in WIAC in saves (550)…Third in WIAC in goals against average (1.99)…Made a career high 47 saves at Adrian on Nov. 28…Earned first collegiate win at Aurora on Oct. 30 2014-15: Played in two games, including one start… Was 0-1-0 with 3.91 goals-against average and .846 save percentage in 92:08 in net…Made career-high 23 saves in start at Hamline on Jan. 10. JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for NAHL’s Port Huron Fighting Falcons from 2011-2014…Was 18-10-7 in 36 games in 2013-14…Recorded .922 save percentage and 2.38 goals-against average…Posted five shutouts… Recorded 22-16-1 record in 39 games in 2012-13…Had .917 save percentage and 2.62 goals-against average… Played in 34 games in 2011-12, going 19-11-2 with .916 save percentage and 2.55 goals-against average… Appeared in nine games for Motor City Metal Jackets of NAHL in 2010-11. PERSONAL: Major is undecided…Parents Mike and Carolyn…Brothers Ian (24) and Josh (21).

#35 jesse gordichuck

6-0 180 lbs. Freshman Goaltender Penticton, B.C. Olds Grizzlys (AJHL) 2015-16: Appeared in seven games…posted a 5-1 record…made a season high 30 saves against St. Norbert on Nov. 21…Earned first collegiate victory at Lawrence on Oct. 31 JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Olds Grizzlys and Fort McMurray Oil Barrons of the AJHL from 201315…Played in 65 games…Posted a .925 average save percentage in three seasons. PERSONAL: Major is undecided…Son of Bruce and Sonia…Sister Reannon.


Record Book


Individual single-game records Most Goals Scored: 5 - Forrest Gore vs. UW-River Falls, 1/25/97       Rick Dodd vs. St. Scholastica, 11/23/86 Most Goals, Defenseman: 3 - Mick Kempffer vs. Mercyhurst, 12/19/92 Most Assists: 6 - Kevin Fricke vs. UW-Eau Claire, 2/20/99 Most Assists, Defenseman: 6 - Kevin Fricke vs. UW-Eau Claire, 2/20/99 Most Points:  8 - Rick Dodd vs. St. Scholastica, 11/23/86       Kevin Fricke vs. UW-Eau Claire, 2/20/99 Most Points, Defenseman:   8 - Kevin Fricke vs. UW-Eau Claire, 2/20/99 Most Power-Play Goals: 3 - 3 players, most recent:  Matt Interbartolo vs. St. Thomas, 1/4/00 Fastest Goal-Start of Game:  :10 - Eliot Grauer at UW-Superior, 1/24/15 Matt Interbartolo vs. St. Norbert, 1/29/99          Bill Horbach vs. Mankato State, 2/15/92 Fastest Goal-Start of Period: :06 - Shawn Wheeler vs. Bemidji State, 2/28/88 Fastest Two Goals-Player: :24 - Kevin Fricke vs. UW-Eau Claire, 2/20/99 Fastest Two Goals-Two Plyrs: :05 - Ralph Barahona/Mike Waldron vs. UW-Superior, 11/12/88 Fastest Hat Trick:  6:58 - Paul Caufield vs. UW-Superior, 11/18/89 Most Penalties: 6 - Chris Gehrke vs. St. Norbert, 1/21/05 and 1/29/05      James Jernberg vs. St. Norbert 11/8/02 Most Penalty Minutes:  30 - Colin Trulock vs. UW-Superior, 1/14/05 Most Saves: 51 - Eric Brodin vs. UW-Eau Claire, 11/16/84

Individual single-season records Category Record Player(s)/Year(s) Most games played: 41 Five players (all in 1988-89) Most goals scored: 39 Paul Caufield (1990-91) Most goals by a defenseman: 11 Kevin Fricke (1998-99) Most assists: 47 Ralph Barahona (1988-89) Most assists by a defenseman: 30 Kevin Fricke (1998-99) Most points in a season: 80 Ralph Barahona (1988-89) Most points by a defenseman: 41 Kevin Fricke (1998-99) Most power play goals: 16 Ralph Barahona (1988-89) Most shorthanded goals: 5 Four players. Most recent: Frank Cirone (1992-93) Most game-winning goals: 9 Paul Caufield (1990-91) Most hat tricks: 5 Paul Caufield (1990-91) Most empty net goals: 2 Five players (6 times) Most recent: Lawrence Cornellier (2014-15) Most penalties: 52 Shawn Wheeler (1988-89) Most penalty minutes: 144 Shawn Wheeler (1988-89) Most games by a goaltender: 32 Bobby Gorman (1997-98) Most saves: 858 Bobby Gorman (1997-98) Highest save percentage: .932 Todd Chin (1988-89) Best goals against average: 1.71 Todd Chin (1988-89) Most shutouts: 5 Bobby Gorman (1997-98) & Brandon Jaeger (2014-15) Most wins: 23 Brandon Jaeger (2014-15)


individual career records Most Games Played: Most Goals Scored: Most Goals, Defenseman: Most Assists: Most Assists, Defenseman: Most Power Play Goals: Most Shorthanded Goals: Most Game-Winning Goals: Most Empty Net Goals: Most Hat Tricks: Most Penalties: Most Penalty Minutes: Most Games, Goaltender: Most Saves: Highest Save Percentage: Most Shutouts: Most Wins:

148 - Paul Caufield, 1988-92 146 - Monte Conrad, 1988-92 143 - Scott Krueger, 1988-92 - Mike Stahley, 1987-91 126 - Paul Caufield, 1988-92 96 - Ralph Barahona, 1988-91 80 - Todd Tretter, 1989-93 26 - Mick Kempffer, 1990-94 21 - Tim Coghlin, 1985-88 130 - Todd Tretter, 1989-93 128 - Paul Caufield, 1988-92 120 - Ralph Barahona, 1987-91 87 - Tim Coghlin, 1985-88 73 - Mick Kempffer, 1990-94 43 - Paul Caufield, 1988-92 13 - Tim Hale, 1988-92 11 - Frank Cirone, 1990-94 19 - Paul Caufield, 1988-92 5 - Pat McPartlin, 1985-89 7 - Paul Caufield, 1988-92 143 - Shawn Wheeler, 1986-90 396 - Shawn Wheeler, 1986-90 91 - Brandon Jaeger, 2011-15 85 - Todd Chin, 1988-92 78 - Bob Gould, 1998-2002 73 - Bobby Gorman, 1995-98 2037 - Brandon Jaeger, 2011-15 2025 - Todd Chin, 1988-92 1886 - Bob Gould, 1998-2002 1788 - Bobby Gorman, 1995-98 .928 - Thomas Spear, 2007-08 .913 - Bobby Gorman, 1995-98 .912 - Brandon Jaeger, 2011-15 .906 - Nick Graves, 2009-13 .899 - Todd Chin, 1988-92 11 - Brandon Jaeger, 2011-15 6 - Bobby Gorman, 1995-98 5 - Bob Gould, 1988-2002 5 - David Fletcher, 1992-96 5 - Nick Graves, 2009-13 62 - Brandon Jaeger, 2011-15 61 - Todd Chin, 1988-92 47 - Bob Gould, 1998-2002 43 - Bobby Gorman, 1995-98


All-time series records Opponent Overall WIAC/NCHA Tournament NCAA Tournament Coach Brooks WIAC UW-Eau Claire 74-35-7 5-2-1 2-0-0 10-7-1 UW-River Falls 51-59-8 9-6-0 1-4-0 9-7-2 UW-Stout 36-40-3 5-5-0 12-2-0 UW-Superior 57-63-10 6-11-3 1-3-0 10-5-3 All-time vs. WIAC 218-196-28 (.520) 25-24-4 (.490) 4-7-0 (.364) 41-21-6 (.640) NCHA St. Norbert 23-47-7 2-6-1 2-2-0 3-8-1 St. Scholastica 48-16-3 3-0-0 3-4-0 Concordia (Wis.) 1-0-0 Finlandia 4-0-1 3-0-0 Lake Forest 55-31-3 2-0-0 5-0-0 Lawrence 7-1-0 3-0-0 Marian 8-1-1 2-1-1 MSOE 3-0-0 1-0-0 Northland 4-0-0 1-0-0 Adrian 5-4-0 1-0 5-4-0 Aurora 1-0-0 1-0-0 All-time vs. NCHA 159-100-15 (.601) 5-6-1 (.458) 5-2-0 (.714) 27-17-2 (.656) MIAC Augsburg 9-4-1 3-0-0 Bethel 8-7-1 2-0-0 Concordia-Morehead 9-2-2 Gustavus Adolphus 6-5-1 3-1-0 Hamline 11-2-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 St. John’s 8-7-1 St. Mary’s 17-5-2 4-0-0 St. Olaf 12-4-0 3-1-0 St. Thomas 12-6-2 3-1-1 3-0-0 All-time vs. MIAC 100-42-11 (.672) 4-1-1 (.750) 27-3-0 (.920) SUNYAC Plattsburgh State 2-2-0 2-2-0 Oswego State 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-0 Geneseo 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0 All-time vs. SUNYAC 4-3-0 (.571) 4-3-0 (.571) 2-0 (1.000) ECAC East Babson 1-0-0 1-0-0 Norwich 1-1-0 All-time vs. ECAC East 2-1-0 (.667) 1-0-0 (1.000) ECAC Northeast Curry 0-1-0 All-time vs. ECAC Northeast 0-1-0 (.000) ECAC West Elmira 3-1-0 1-0-0 Hobart 1-1-0 0-1-0 All-time vs. ECAC West 4-2-0 (.667) 1-1-0 (.500) MASCAC Salem State 1-0-0 1-0-0 All-time vs. MASCAC 1-0-0 (1.000) (1.000) NESCAC Amherst 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 Middlebury 1-2-0 0-1-0 Trinity (Conn.) 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 Williams 1-0-0 All-time vs. NESCAC 2-2-0 (.500) 1-2-0 (.333) 1-1-0 (.500) Others Air Force 0-2-0 Alabama-Huntsville 1-1-0 Alaska-Anchorage 1-1-0 Alaska-Fairbanks 0-2-0 Bemidji State 31-19-6 2-0-0 Mercyhurst 7-5-0 Minnesota-Mankato 25-17-5 2-0-0 Minnesota-Crookston 2-0-0 Notre Dame 3-2-0 R.I.T 4-0-1 1-0-1 St. Cloud State 1-1-0


Top Five Career Goals:

1. 126-Paul Caufield (1988-92) 2. 96-Ralph Barahona (1988-91) 3. 80-Todd Tretter (1989-93) 4. 77-Pat McPartlin (1985-89) 5. 76-Shawn Wheeler (1986-90)

Single Season Goals:

1. 39-Paul Caufield (1990-91) 2. 33-Ralph Barahona (1988-89) 33-Paul Caufield (1989-90) 4. 27-Paul Caufield (1991-92) 5. 26-Forrest Gore (1996-97)

Assists:

1. 130-Todd Tretter (1989-93) 2. 128-Paul Caufield (1988-92) 3. 120- Ralph Barahona (1988-91) 4. 91-Pat McPartlin (1985-89) 5. 90-Frank Cirone (1990-94)

Assists:

1. 47-Ralph Barahona (1988-89) 2. 39-Todd Tretter (1992-93) 39-Ben Gorewich (1998-99) 4. 36-Matt Interbartolo (2000-01) 5. 35-Paul Caufield (1991-92)

Points:

1. 254-Paul Caufield (1988-92) 2. 216-Ralph Barahona (1988-91) 3. 210-Todd Tretter (1989-93) 4. 168-Pat McPartlin (1985-89) 5. 161-Frank Cirone (1990-94)

Points:

1. 80-Ralph Barahona (1988-89) 2. 70-Paul Caufield (1990-91) 3. 64-Todd Tretter (1992-93) 64-Ben Gorewich (1998-99) 5. 61-Paul Caufield (1991-92)

Power Play Goals:

1. 43-Paul Caufield (1988-92) 2. 38-Scott Krueger (1988-92) 3. 32-Ralph Barahona (1988-91) 4. 30-Pat McPartlin (1985-89) 5. 27-Ben Gorewich (1995-99)

Penalty Minutes:

1. 394-Shawn Wheeler (1986-90) 2. 367-Kevin Plager (1992-96) 3. 338-Marc Strapon (1989-93) 4. 286-Gord Abric (1991-95) 5. 275-Jeff Marshall (1989-93)

Power Play Goals:

1. 16-Ralph Barahona (1988-89) 2. 13-Scott Krueger (1991-92) 3. 11-Scott Krueger (1990-91) 4. 9-Ryan Maxson (1999-2000) 5. 8-Ralph Barahona (1987-88) 8- Pat McPartlin (1987-88)

Shorthanded Goals:

1. 13-Tim Hale (1988-92) 2. 11-Frank Cirone (1990-94) 3. 9-Todd Tretter (1989-93) 4. 8-Ben Gorewich (1995-99) 8-Mike Zambon (1992-96)

Penalty Minutes:

1. 144-Shawn Wheeler (1988-89) 2. 138-Marc Strapon (1992-93) 3. 129-Chris Gehrke (2004-04) 4. 108-Kevin Plager (1993-94) 5. 105-Tim Hale (1991-92)

Game-winning Goals:

1. 19-Paul Caufield (1988-92) 2. 12-Todd Tretter (1989-93) 3. 11-Pat McPartlin (1985-89) 11-Jeff Marshall (1989-93) 5.10-Shawn Wheeler (1986-90)

Games played:

1. 148-Paul Caufield (1988-92) 2. 146-Monte Conrad (1988-92) 3. 143-Scott Krueger (1988-92) 143-Mike Stahley (1987-91) 5. 140-Todd Tretter (1989-93)

Shorthanded Goals: 1. 5-Tim Hale (1988-89) 5-Scott Krueger (1990-91) 5-Todd Tretter (1991-92) 5-Frank Cirone (1992-93) 5-Forrest Gore (1997-98) 5-Mike Brolsma (2004-05) 2. 4-Several times 3. 3-Several Times Game-winning Goals: 1. 9-Paul Caufield (1990-91) 2. 6-Shawn Wheeler (1988-89) 6-Forrest Gore (1997-98) 4. 5-Several times


season-by-season Year Coach Overall Record NCHA WSUC/WIAC 1981-82 Linden Carlson 2-20-1 0-10-0 (5) 1982-83 1-18-0 2-11-0 (5) 1983-84 2-21-1 1-11-0 (5) 1984-85 4-18-0 3-9-0 (4) 1985-86 Mark Mazzoleni 12-12-0 9-3-0 (T1) 1986-87 16-12-0 9-11-0 6-6-0 (2) 1987-88 18-10-2 15-7-2 (3) 8-6-0 (2) 1988-89 34-5-2 19-1-0 (1) 12-0-0 (1) 1989-90 28-4-6 19-2-3 (1) 8-2-2 (1) 1990-91 27-9-0 16-8-0 (3) 10-2-0 (1) 1991-92 Joe Baldarotta 25-7-4 14-4-2 (1) 8-3-1 (2) 1992-93 25-5-2 17-1-2 (1) 10-0-2 (1) 1993-94 17-9-3 13-6-1 (2) 7-4-1 (2) 1994-95 13-13-7 10-5-5 (3) N/A 1995-96 11-14-2 7-12-1 (T5) 1996-97 17-8-2 14-5-1 (2) 6-2-0 (1) 1997-98 23-11-0 14-6-0 (4) 7-1-0 1998-99 17-11-1 10-6-0 (3) 6-2-0 (T1) 1999-2000 23-7-1 12-2-0 (1) 7-1-0 (1) 2000-01 17-12-0 7-7-0 (5) 2-6-0 (4) 2001-02 18-9-2 8-4-2 (3) 4-3-1 (2) 2002-03 15-12-2 8-6-0 (4) 4-4-0 (3) 2003-04 13-12-3 5-7-2 (T5) 3-4-1 (T3) 2004-05 12-12-3 7-6-1 (4) 4-3-1 (3) 2005-06 12-11-4 6-6-2 (T4) 4-3-1 (3) 2006-07 7-18-2 3-10-1 (T6) 1-7-0 (5) 2007-08 Wil Nichol 14-9-4 5-6-3 (T5) 3-3-2 (T2) 2008-09 15-10-2 4-9-1 (5) 2-5-1 (3) 2009-10 12-15-1 6-12-0 (5) 6-6-0 (3) 2010-11 13-14-1 8-9-1 (4) 5-6-1 (4) 2011-12 Chris Brooks 14-11-4 8-6-4 (4) 6-3-3 (2) 2012-13 15-10-1 8-9-1 (3) 7-4-1 (2) 2013-14 22-6-2 7-4-1 (2) 2014-15 23-7-1 10-2-0 (1) 2015-16 24-5-2 5-3-0 (3) Overall 561-404-5 272-173-35 183-145-17


Single-season team records Category Record Most wins 34 Fewest wins 1 Most losses 21 Fewest losses 4 Most ties 7 Most games played 41 Highest winning percentage .854 Lowest winning percentage .104 Highest home winning percentage .886 Lowest home winning percentage .038 Highest road winning percentage .816 Lowest road winning percentage .059 Longest winning streak 24 Longest unbeaten streak 28 Longest losing streak 16 Most overtime games 10 Most consecutive overtime games 3 Most goals scored 223 Fewest goals scored 65 Most assists 342 Fewest assists 77 Most points 565 Fewest points 142 Most goals allowed 179 Fewest goals allowed 64 Most assists allowed 257 Fewest assists allowed 103 Most points allowed 446 Fewest points allowed 210 Most penalties 459 Most penalty minutes 1,070 Most opponent penalties 412 Most opponent penalty minutes 972 Most power play goals 85 Fewest power play goals 13 Most shorthanded goals 22 Fewest shorthanded goals 1 Best power play percentage .324 Best penalty kill percentage .891 Most power play goals allowed 55 Fewest power play goals allowed 14 Most shorthanded goals allowed 9 Fewest shorthanded goals allowed 1 Most shutouts 5 Best goals against average 1.92 Worst goals against average 8.05 Best save percentage .923 Worst save percentage .839

Season 1988-89 1982-83 1983-84 1989-90 1994-95 1988-89 1988-89 1983-84 1988-89 1983-84 1988-89 1982-83 11/4/88-2/3/89 2/15/89-1/19/90 1983-84 1994-95 Twice. Most recent:1994-95 1988-89 1983-84 1988-89 1983-84 1988-89 1983-84 1984-85 2007-08 1984-85 2007-08 1984-85 2008-09 1991-92 1991-92 1988-89 1992-93 1988-89 1982-83 1991-92 2007-08 1987-88 2013-14 1991-92 2013-14 1994-95 2003-04 1997-98, 2013-14 2013-14 1984-85 2013-14 Twice. Most recent: 1984-85


Single-game team records Most Goals Scored: Most Assists: Most Points: Most Shots on Goal: Fewest Shots on Goal: Most Goals Allowed: Most Assists Allowed: Most Points Allowed: Most Shots on Goal Allowed: Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed: Most Penalties: Most Penalty Minutes: Most Opponent Penalties: Most Opponent Penalty Minutes: Most Power-Play Goals: Most Shorthanded Goals: Most Power-Play Goals Allowed: Most Shorthanded Goals Allowed:

21 - vs. St. Norbert, 11/1/91 21 - vs. St. Norbert, 11/1/91 42 - vs. St. Norbert, 11/1/91 70 - vs. St. Norbert, 11/1/91 14 - vs. Mankato St.,12/18/84 15 - vs. Mankato St.,12/18/84 26 - vs. Mankato St.,12/18/84 41 - vs. Mankato St.,12/18/84 61 - vs. UW-Eau Claire, 11/16/84 7 - vs. St. Norbert, 11/1/91 32 - vs. Bemidji St., 11/6/93 92 - vs. Bemidji St., 11/6/93 38 - vs. Bemidji St., 11/6/93 174 - vs. Bemidji St., 11/6/93 6 - vs. Minnesota-Crookston-1/2/09 vs. UW-Superior-11/11/88 vs. St. Scholastica, 11/23/86 4 - vs. St. Norbert, 11/1/91 8 - vs. St. Norbert, 1/27/96 2 - several times, most recent vs. St. Norbert, 1/21/05

UWSP individual ncaa records Game-Winning Goals:

Season: 9-Steve Aronson (St. Thomas), 2000; Paul Caufield (UW-Stevens Point), 1991 Career: 19-Paul Caufield (UW-Stevens Point), 1989-92, (148 games)

UWSP team ncaa records Power Play Goals: Shorthanded Goals: Wins: Most Road Wins: Most Overtime Wins: Road Winning Streak:

Game: 8-UW-Stevens Point vs. St. Norbert (Jan. 27, 1996) Season: 85- UW-Stevens Point (41 games, 2.07/game), 1989 Season: 22-UW-Stevens Point (36 games, 0.61/game), 1992 Season: 34-UW-Stevens Point (34-5-2, .854), 1989; Plattsburgh State (34-6-0, .850), 1987 Season: 15-UW-Stevens Point (15-3-1, .816), 1989 Season: 4- St. Norbert (2008), Plattsburgh State (2005), Colby (1998), UW-Stevens Point (1989) Season: 13-Plattsburgh State (Jan. 19,1991-Jan. 18, 1992); UW-Stevens Point (1988-89)


all-time all-wiac selections Name Ryan Aikia Ralph Barahona John Basill Stephan Beauvais Brett Beckfield Max Bobrow Jon Bockmann Chad Boeckman David Boehm Kyle Brodie Mike Brolsma Alex Brooks Eric Brown Norm Campbell Paul Caufield Todd Chin Dave Cinelli Frank Cirone Tim Coghlin Tim Comeau Lawrence Cornellier Monte Conrad Josh Daley Dave Dimitri Rick Dodd Randy Enders Bob Engelhart Andy Faulkner Sean Fish Rick Flemming Dave Fletcher Willy Frericks Kevin Fricke Chris Gehrke Kevin Gibson Forrest Gore Ben Gorewich Bobby Gorman Bob Gould Nick Graves Kyle Heck Scott Henegar Matt Interbartolo Brandon Jaeger James Jernberg Joe Kalisz Mick Kempffer

Years Name Years 1997 (HM) Dave Ketola 1992 (HM),1993 1988,1989,1990 (2nd) Ryan Kirchhoff 2002 (HM),2005 (HM) 1986,1987 Zenon Kochan 2002 (HM) 2016 (HM) Andrew Kolb 2013 (HM) 2007 (HM),2008 Adam Kostichka 2003,2004,2005 2011 Scott Krueger 1991,1992 (2nd) 2012 (HM) Scott Kuberra 1985,1986 2012 (HM) Garrett Ladd 2013 (HM), 2014 (POY), 2015 2000 (HM) Russel Law 2006 (HM),2009 (HM) 2014, 2015 Sean Leahy 2002 (HM),2003 2002 (HM), 2005 Pat Lee 2007 (HM),2008 (HM) 2013, 2015, 2016 Mike Lohrengel 1984,1985 1997,1998,1999 Jon Madden 2009 (HM),2010,2011 (HM) 1998 (HM),1999 (HM) Tim Manthey 2008 (HM) 1989 (2nd),1990,1991,1992 Kevin Marion 1989,1990 1990 (HM),1991,1992 Jeff Marshall 1993 (2nd) 1999 (HM) Ryan Maxson 2000 (HM),2001 1993,1994 Grant McDonald 1993 (2nd) 1986,1987,1988,1989 Pat McPartlin 1987,1988,1989 (2nd) 1986 (HM) Johnny Meo 2010 (HM),2011 (HM) 2016 Justin Micek 2004 (HM) 1990 (HM),1992 Troy Michalcki 2000 (HM) 2013 (HM) Max Milosek 2016 (HM) 1993 (HM) Luke Nesper 2009 (HM),2010 (HM) 1987 Todd Passini 1994 (2nd) 2001,2002 Greg Porazinski 1990 (2nd) 1986 Jon Ralph 2008 (HM),2009 (HM) 1994 (HM) Jared Redders 1991 2006,2007 (HM) Mikhail Salienko 2000 (HM) 1987,1988(HM) Kyle Sharkey 2014 (HM), 2015, 2016 (HM) 1993 (2nd),1994 (HM) Thomas Speer 2008 1997 (HM) Mike Stahley 1991 (HM) 1997 (2nd),1999 Jeff Stoskopf 1982 2005 Mike Strapon 1993 (HM) 2012 (HM),2013 (HM), 2014, 2015 (POY) Josh Strassman 2000 (HM) 1997.1998 Al Suppa 1982 (HM) 1998,1999 Garrett Suter 2008 (HM),2009,2010,2011 1997,1998 Greg Tessier 1982,1983 2000,2002 (HM) Derek Toninato 1999 (HM),2000 (HM) 2010 Mike Toth 1994 (HM) 2012,2013 Todd Tretter 1992 (2nd),1993 2013 (HM), 2014 (HM) Colin Trulock 2006 (HM) 1997 (2nd),1999 (HM), 2000 (HM), 2002 Rolf Ulvin 2006 2012, 2013 (HM), 2014, 2015 Pat Watson 1988 (HM) 2006 Shawn Wheeler 1989 (HM),1990 (HM) 2015. 2016 Nick Zebro 2004 (HM),2006 (HM), 2007 (HM) 1992 (2nd),1993,1994 Chad Zowin 1994 (HM) (Second team was named from 1988-89 thru 1996-97 seasons) (Hockey was discontinued during the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons) (2nd=Second Team, HM=Honorable Mention)


coaching records Coach Joe Baldarotta

Years 16 (1991-2007)

Overall

NCHA WSUC/WIAC NCAA

265-171-32 (.566) 155-93-20

73-43-8

7-9

135-51-7 (.718)

78-29-5

53-19-2

11-3-3

Chris Brooks

5(2012-present) 98-40-10 (.715)

16-15-5

35-19-1

7-2

Wil Nichol

4 (2007-2011)

54-48-8 (.491)

23-36-5

16-20-4

Linden Carlson

4 (1981-1985)

9-77-2 (.114)

Mark Mazzoleni 6 (1985-1991)

6-41-0

championship seasons NCAA Champions:

1989,1990,1991,1993, 2016

NCAA Runner-Up:

1992,1998, 2014, 2015

NCAA Quarterfinals: 1988,1994,1995 NCHA Regular Season Champions: 1988-89,1989-90,1991-92,1992-93,1999-2000 NCHA Playoff Champions: 1988-89,1989-90,1990-91,1991-92,1992-93 WSUC/WIAC Champions: WIAC Tournament Champions:

1985-86,1988-89,1989-90,1990-91,1992-93,1996-97,1997-98,1998-99,1999-2000, 2015 2016

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