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5-8 / 173
Skated in 27 games … named to the NCHC Academic All-Conference Team … posted five points on two goals and three assists … scored and dished out an assist on opening night at Providence (10/7) … also scored in the NCHC Playoffs at Minnesota Duluth (3/11).
2015-16 | Game-by-Game
Logged 32 games … member of the NCHC Academic All-Conference Team … recorded a career-high 10 points on a goal and nine assists … scored the game-winning goal against RPI (1/3) … notched a three-game point streak from Nov. 20-Dec. 4 with an assist in each contest … finished +1 or better five times.
2014-15 | Game-by-Game
Suited up for 35 games ... tallied six points on a goal and five assists ... recorded an assist in back-to-back games against Ohio State (10/17-18) ... also helped set up goals against Colorado College (11/8), at Rensselaer (1/2) and in the NCAA Tournament against Providence (3/28) ... scored his lone goal at Colorado College (2/13).
2013-14 | Game-by-Game
Skated in 33 games ... placed on the NCHC Academic All-Conference team ... finished the season with eight points on two goals and six assists, all of which came in the final 20 games of the year ... dished out two assists, his first-collegiate points, at Western Michigan on Jan. 10 ... netted his first-career goal at Colorado College on Jan. 25 ... put up points in both games of the NCHC Playoffs at St. Cloud State (March 14-15), scoring the series-clinching goal with 2.6 seconds left in regulation to send the RedHawks to the Frozen Faceoff ... received Miami's Steve Cady Most Improved Player award.
Played in all 60 regular season games for the Texas Tornado of the NAHL in 2012-13 ... notched 57 points on 25 goals and 32 assists for Texas ... finished top 20 in the league in scoring in 2012-2013 ... also played for Texas in 2011-12, helping the Tornado win the Robertson Cup (playoff title) by scoring the game-winning goal in overtime ... is a two-time participant in the NAHL Top Prospects Tournament ... during 2011-12 with the Tornado, played in 39 games, notching 28 points on 10 goals and 18 assists ... was a two-time NAHL South Division Star of the Week.
Born on July 27, 1994 in Dallas, Texas ... son of Doreen and Joel Greenberg ... majoring in Accountancy.