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Andrew Olson
Andrew  Olson


Alexandria, Minn.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 205


Previous Team:
Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)

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2010-11 (Senior Season): Appeared in all 37 games, registering 14 goals and eight assists for 22 points... Led the team with 14 goals... Finished his career as the all-time leader in games played with 147... Finished his career ranked second on the UConn Division I goal scoring list with 49... Registered 86 career points to rank sixth all-time in UConn Division I history... Totaled four points on two goals and two assists in a 9-3 victory at Sacred Heart (Dec. 10)... Registered back-to-back game-winning goals against AIC (Feb. 4, Feb. 5).

2009-10 (Junior Season): Appeared in all 37 games as a junior ... Led the team in goals (9), points (19), power-play goals (4) and shots (116) ... Finished third on the team with 10 assists... Recorded a point in three-straight games from Nov. 6 - Nov. 14 in the form of two goals and an assist ... Assisted on the game winner against Army (Jan. 23) helping the Huskies to their first road win of the year ... Notched his fourth power play goal of the season against Canisius (Feb. 5) ... Recorded a goal and an assist against Bentley (Feb. 19) ... Notched assists on the game tying and game-winning goals against Mercyhurst (Feb. 27) as the Huskies defeated the Lakers, 3-2, in overtime... Notched a goal and an assist against Bentley (Mar. 6) in the AHA quarterfinals... Put home a short-handed goal against RIT in the AHA playoffs... Earned the Coach John Chapman Award and was named a captain at the team's end-of-year banquet.

2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 36 games on the season... Ranked second on the team in goals scored with 12 ... Ranked fourth on the team in points with 21 (12 goals, nine assists) ... Ranked 19th in the nation recording four-game winners ... Ranked among the top-25 in Atlantic Hockey in goals scored and 15th for power-play goals (6) ... Honored with the Coach John Chapman award that goes to the player that exemplifies the type of player that the late Coach Chapman would have wanted on his team ... Started the season with a two goal game at Alaska-Anchorage (Oct. 10) ... Had back-to-back three point games in the first home series with Army (Oct. 24-25) recording a goal and two assists in game one and his first career hat trick in game two earning him Atlantic Hockey, Inside College Hockey, and New England Hockey Journal Player of the Week honors ... Recorded a point in each of the games against RIT (Nov. 21-22) ... Had his fourth and fifth multi-point games of the year against American International (Jan. 27 and Feb. 17).

2007-08 (Freshman Season): Recipient of the team's Thomas Jacquard award... One of two freshmen to play in all 37 games... Led the team with 24 total points based on 14 goals and 10 assists... Ranked 15th in Atlantic Hockey in goals and third among all freshmen in the Atlantic Hockey League... Ranked 16th in power-play goals with four on the season... Ranked ninth in the league with two game-winning goals... Ranked seventh among AHA freshmen in scoring as he recorded .57 points per game... Named Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the week (Oct. 22)... Started the season with back-to-back multi-point games (Oct. 19-20) scoring two goals in each... Scored his first career goal against AIC (Oct. 9)... Tallied points in 17 of the 37 games he played... Recorded eight multi-point games on the year, including four two-goal efforts coming against AIC (Oct. 19), UMass (Oct. 20), Air Force (Nov. 16), and RIT (Jan. 25).

Before UConn: Spent two seasons with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL ... played in 60 games in 2006-07, totaling 18 goals and 24 assists in 60 games ... Led team to USHL title in 2005-06 ... Was a teammate of former Husky Ryan Hawkins in 2004-05 on the Minnesota Blizzard of the NAHL.

Personal: Andrew William is the son of Bill Olson and Mary Hammargren ... born June 16, 1987 ... a sociology major.

2007-08 37 14 10
2008-09 36 12 9 21 21/42
2009-10 37 9 10 19 26/68
2010-11 37 14 8 22 9/18
Career 147 49 37 86 76/184