2009-10 (R-Sophomore Season): Has played in 30 games so far this year registering four goals and five assists while taking 52 total shots ... recorded his first point of the season assisting on a power play goal at Air Force (Jan. 9) to tie the game at one-all ... aided on UConn's first goal in a 2-1 victory over RIT (Jan. 16) ... had an outstanding weekend against Sacred Heart where he recorded the first multi-point game of his career tallying a goal and an assist (Jan. 29) and notching an assist for the second-straight night (Jan. 30) ... tallied the first goal of the game for the Huskies at Holy Cross (Feb. 9) ... had the second multi-point game of his career against Bentley (Feb. 19) recording a shorthanded goal and power play assist on the night ... notched a power play goal to get the Huskies on the board en route to a comeback win over Mercyhurst (Feb. 27).
2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Saw action in 19 games on the season ... recorded one goal and four assists ... tallied his first point of the season at RIT (Jan. 10) on an assist ... recorded another assist the following game against Bentley (Jan. 14) ... sniped his only goal of the season against Mercyhurst (Feb. 14)... named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team for the second-straight season.
2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 31 games of his freshman campaign... totaled four goals and one assist for five points... scored his first career point on an assist of a Michael Coppola goal against Army (Oct. 27)... scored the first goal of his career against Holy Cross (Dec. 1)... also recorded goals against Army (Dec. 29), AIC (Feb. 22) and had the only goal against Yale (Jan. 2)... was named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team.
Before UConn: Spent threeseasons with Trail Smoke Eaters of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League ... played in 59 games in 2006-07, recording 16 goals and 27 assists ... also added three goals and two assists in 12 games of playoff action.
Personal: Matthew Garrett is the son of John and Debbie Turner ... born June 28, 1986 ... a management major and economics minor.