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Czarnowczan: Highlights | Photo Gallery
Junior (2012-13 Season): Played in 22 contests . . Was named an assistant captain ... Tied for eighth on the team totaling 5 points . . . Registered 2 assists during 8 home contests and 2 assists in 12 away contests . . . Tallied his first point and individual game high of the season against Bowling Green State (11/16) with 2 assists. . . Registered a total of 39 blocked shots for the season . . . A co-winner of the Ferris State Blue Line Competitive Award for the 2012-2013 season.
Sophomore (2011-12 Season): Played in 43 contests . . . Placed seventh in the team totaling 21 points with two goals and 19 assists . . . Registered 13 (1-12=13) points in 22 home contests and eight (1-7=8) points in 21 away contests . . . Scored his first goal of the season against Lake Superior State, which helped tie the Bulldogs for first place in the CCHA (11/11) . . . Assisted the winning goal against Alaska (1/14) . . . Assisted a power play goal against Northern Michigan (2/3) . . . Scored second goal of the season against Northern Michigan with five seconds left on the clock (2/4) . . . Assisted a power play goal against Union in the NCAA Frozen Four Semifinal helping advance the Bulldogs to the Frozen Four Championship game (4/5) . . . Tallied seven points in seven games (1/28-2/18) . . . Received three points in the CCHA Tournament Quarterfinals against Bowling Green State (3/9-10) . . . Recorded 77 blocked shots . . . Assistant Captain for the 2012-2013 season.
Freshman (2010-11 Season): FSU Rookie of the Year Award recipient . . . Played in 35 contests . . . Ranked 13th among Ferris State's top points producers with 11 points (1-10=11) and was fifth in points for all Bulldog defensemen . . . Paced all FSU freshmen in points production . . . His 10 assists tied for sixth-highest output on the team . . . Accumulated a team sixth-most 30 blocked shots . . . Compiled six points (1-5=6) in 27 league outings . . . Notched six points (1-5=6) in 16 home appearances . . . Claimed at least a point in 11 games . . . Tallied lone goal of the season with a power-play marker versus Notre Dame (2/19) . . . Strung together a four-game (2/11-19) points streak with a combined four points (1-3=4) as a result of a point apiece in home series against Alabama-Huntsville (2/11-12) and Notre Dame (2/18-19) . . . Credited with an assist at Western Michigan (3/13) in CCHA Tournament Quarterfinal-Round series' deciding game . . . Posted season-high four points (1-3=4) in eight February matchups . . . Chalked up seven points (1-6=7) in the second period alone while contributing four (0-4=4) third-period points . . . Generated a team fourth-most tying five first assists . . . Recorded a season game-high four blocked shots at Alaska (2/5) and garnered three blocked shots to go with an assist in collegiate debut against St. Lawrence (10/15).
High School/Juniors: Played the 2009-10 season for the Green Bay (Wis.) Gamblers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) . . . Coached by Jon Cooper . . . Recorded a team 12th-highest 20 points total on two goals and 18 assists while posting a plus 21 efficiency rating in 57 contests . . . Had a goal (game winner) and seven helpers for eight points and a plus six rating in 12 2009-10 league playoff appearances . . . Ranked third among the Gamblers' defensemen in scoring for the 2009-10 campaign . . . Chalked up 78 penalty minutes in the 2009-10 season . . . Tied for 21st place in scoring among USHL defensemen following the 2009-10 campaign and ranked 127th overall in league points leaders . . . Helped the 2009-10 Green Bay squad claim both the Anderson Cup as league regular-season champions and USHL Playoff champion's Clark Cup . . . A 2009 graduate of Eisenhower High School in Shelby Township, Mich.
Personal: Born 5/29/91 in Mount Clemens, Mich. . . . Son of Paul and Darlene Czarnowczan . . . Father is employed as a draftsman and mother is a hair stylist . . . Has three younger sisters . . . Nickname is "Z" . . . Shoots: Left . . . FSU Letters: One . . . Majoring in criminal justice.
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