17 Jordan Kwas

2013-14 SENIOR SEASON: Ended collegiate career ranked tied for No. 41 in goals (30), tied for No. 20 for assists (60) and tied for No. 26 for points (90) on the all-time UAA record book … one of six Seawolves to dress in all 38 games … UAA’s second leading scorer with a career-high 32 points and second among Seawolves with 19 assists … furnished UAA’s third-most goals with a career-high 13 … produced a team-high-tying five power-play goals, one empty-net goal and one game-winning goal against Minnesota State on Jan. 10 … led UAA with a season-high four points vs Air Force on Oct. 12 during the Kendall hockey Classic, helping the Seawolves to their third straight title … one of two Seawolves this season to register a hat trick, also against the Falcons … registered a career-high three-game goal streak from Feb. 14-21 and a career-high-tying six-game point streak from Jan. 25-Feb. 21 … produced seven multi-point games … placed 67 shots on net, including a season-high five on Feb. 21 at Ferris State … ended season with a plus/minus of three … tagged for five minutes of penalties, serving 10 minutes in the box … blocked 15 shots … received UAA’s Coaches Award at the end-of-the-season banquet on April 13.

2012-13 JUNIOR SEASON: Concluded season as UAA’s second-leading scorer with 20 points … tied for second-most goals with nine and was third on the team with 11 assists … registered a team-leading five power-play goals … scored extra-man tallies against Minnesota (Nov. 10), St. Cloud State (Nov. 30), Wisconsin (Jan. 5 and Jan. 26) and at Michigan Tech (Feb. 8) … placed 41 shots on goal for a team-high .220 shooting percentage … posted a team- and career-high six-game point streak from Jan. 26 to Feb. 9 with 3-6–9 totals … furnished two three-point games – Jan. 4 vs. Wisconsin (2-1–3) and Feb. 8 at Michigan Tech (2-1–3) … helped UAA to a 5-4, come-from-behind win at MTU with the game-winning goal … recorded a multi-point game Jan. 25 at Wisconsin with two assists … blocked three shots … tagged for seven penalties, serving 14 minutes in the box..

2011-12 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Suited up for the Green & Gold in 21 games, starting seven … posted a career-high-tying four goals and 10 assists for 14 points … tied for third on team in assists … furnished one power-play goal … placed 31 shots on net … whistled for five penalties, serving 10 minutes in the box … blocked five shots … opened the season with three points (1-2–3) in the Kendall Hockey Classic … registered seven points in eight games from Nov. 18-Dec. 10, including a team-high six-game point streak from Nov. 25-Dec. 10 (2-4–6) … posted fourth career multi-point game on Oct. 8 against St. Cloud State … scored one point in all but one WCHA win … won 117 faceoffs … registered seven points on the man advantage.

2010-11 FRESHMAN SEASON: Dressed in 36 of 37 games … completed rookie season leading UAA in assists with 20 – the most for a Seawolf freshman since Ales Parez posted 22 in 2002-03 and good for No. 9 on the all-time freshman single-season list ... Seawolves’ second-leading scorer with 24 points ... tied for No. 10 among WCHA freshmen and tied for No. 29 in assists overall … picked up first collegiate goal vs. Colorado College on Oct. 15 in the Brice Alaska Goal Rush … added goals against St. Cloud State (Nov. 20), Denver (Dec. 11) and Michigan Tech (Feb. 5) … all four goals were recorded on the power play … tallied first collegiate assist in season opener against No. 2 North Dakota on Oct. 8 at the Kendall Hockey Classic … opened season with five-game point streak (Oct. 8 – Oct. 22), posting 1-4–5 totals, before tying that streak Dec. 3 – Jan. 14 with 1-5–6 totals … posted three multi-point games, including Jan. 14 against Colorado College … tagged for six penalties, serving 12 minutes … blocked three shots, while placing 55 on net … tallied a season-high six shots on net against Minnesota in the WCHA First Round … recorded one game-winning goal (Feb. 5) … helped Seawolves to second-ever WCHA Final Five appearance, by sweeping Minnesota in the First Round.

BEFORE UAA:  Racked up 127 points (43g, 84a) in three seasons with the Olds Grizzlies of the AJHL, including 15 power-play goals ... top scorer and MVP for the Gizzlies in 2009-10 ... Grizzlies’ Playoff MVP in 2008-09 ... attended Cochrane High School.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 20, 1989 in Calgary, Alberta ... son of Bobby and Terry Kwas ... two siblings – Ryan and Taylor ... hobbies include watching Jersey Shore and going hunting, fishing and rock climbing ... marketing major.

Goals (game)      3     10/12/13 vs. AFA
Assists (game)    2     6 times (last: 11/16/13 vs. BSU)
Points (game)     4     10/12/13 vs. AFA
Goal Streak       3gms  2/14-21/14
Point Streak      6gms  2 times (last: 1/25/14-2/21/14)
Multi-Point Gms   12gms (last: 3/15/14 at UAF)



Position: Forward
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 182
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cochrane, Alberta (Olds Grizzlys/AJHL)
Experience: 4 Letters
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