2015-16 SENIOR SEASON: Concluded collegiate career with action in 28 games, missing six due to upper body injury … furnished one goal and three helpers for four points from blueline … netted goal against Alaska Fairbanks, March 4 … placed 28 shots on target … tagged for eight penalties, serving 16 minutes in the box … blocked 43 shots … at Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year banquet, named team’s Defensive Player of the Year, Corner Man, Humanitarian and Jack Peterson Student-Athlete … received WCHA Scholar-Athlete Award and named to WCHA All-Academic Team … at conclusion of season, received WCHA’s Postgraduate Scholarship … on all-time UAA defenseman list, tied for No. 49 with four career goals and tied for No. 54 with 15 points … also furnished 11 career helpers.
2014-15 JUNIOR SEASON: Concluded season with 2-3–5 totals in 32 games played, missing just two games … registered game-winning goal in 302 victory Oct. 31 vs. Lake Superior State … scored against Northern Michigan (Nov. 22), helping Seawolves to 4-0 shutout … placed 16 shots on goal, while blocking 30 … blocked three shots three times – vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 11), at Maine (Oct. 24) and at Michigan Tech (Nov. 8) … tagged for 17 penalties, serving 56 minutes – second-most on team … posted team-high-tying three penalties vs. Maine, Oct. 10 … received team’s Coaches’ Award … named to WCHA Scholar-Athlete Team and member of WCHA All-Academic Team.
2013-14 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Concluded second season with the Green & Gold, dressing in 36 of the 38 games … produced first collegiate goal at Lake Superior State on Feb. 7 … furnished three assists – Nov. 9 vs. Alabama Huntsville and first career multi-point game with two assists vs. Bowling Green on Feb. 15, helping UAA to a 5-2 victory … placed 21 shots on goal, including a season high four on Feb. 7 … tagged for 19 penalties, serving 49 minutes in the box … blocked 47 shots (second most on team), including a season high five on March 13 at Alaska Fairbanks in the WCHA First Round Playoffs … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team.
2012-13 FRESHMAN SEASON: Completed rookie campaign with two assists in 33 games played … registered first collegiate assist Oct. 27 at North Dakota, helping UAA to a 3-3 tie … other assist was registered Jan. 11 at Minnesota … placed 13 shots on goal, including a season-high three on Jan. 18 vs. Minnesota State … blocked 27 shots for UAA, including three apiece on Oct. 19 vs. North Dakota and at Alaska Fairbanks on March 1 … whistled for 14 penalties, serving 61 minutes in the box … started two games.
BEFORE UAA: Played for three teams in the AJHL from 2008-12 ... most recently dressed with the Spruce Grove Saints in 2011-12, posting three goals and 19 assists for 22 points in 43 games played ... recorded two assists in the playoffs in 11 games played that season ... Saints’ top defenseman and assistant captain in 2011-12 ... suited up for the Calgary Mustangs in 2010-11, posting 7-6–13 totals in 51 games ... played for the Camrose Kodiaks for two seasons, registering three goals and 11 assists ... received Harold Brandreth Memorial Award ... attended Western Canada High.
PERSONAL: Born March 23, 1991 in Calgary, Alberta ... son of David Sevalrud and Betty-Lynn Morrice ... has three siblings – Robert, Clark and Kevin ... shoots left ... finance major.
Goals (game) 1 4 times (last: 3/4/16 vs. UAF)
Assists (game) 2 2/15/14 vs. BGSU
Points (game) 2 2/15/14 vs. BGSU
Point Streak 2 gms 11/22/14-12/5/14