ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 
10 - Eric Kroshus
Eric Kroshus
Height: 6-2
Weight: 203
Year: Senior
Hometown: Calgary, Alta.
High School: Edge School
Position: Forward
Major: Neurobiology
Shoots/Catches: Right
House Affiliation: Mather

Senior (2011-12) Stats
ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year finalist ... ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Registered five power-play points (3-2-5) as part of nation's No. 1 power play (27.3 percent) ... Assisted on Patrick McNally's goal less than five minutes in to ignite 6-1 defeat of Cornell in the ECAC Hockey semifinals (March 16) ... Assisted on lone Harvard goal in Game 1 of ECAC quarterfinal series against Yale (March 9) ... Scored go-ahead goal in comeback win against St. Lawrence (Feb. 24) ... Stole the puck from an RPI player and set up Luke Greiner’s goal in tie (Feb. 13) ... Scored in comeback win at Quinnipiac (Feb. 3) ... Netted tying goal and assisted on Alex Killorn’s game-winner in defeat of Brown (Jan. 28) ... Scored one Harvard goal and assisted on the other in 2-2 tie at Rensselaer (Jan. 7) ... Registered an assist in second game at No. 18 North Dakota (Dec. 31) ... Scored the go-ahead goal in the third period and assisted on the game-winner later in the frame while playing against younger brother Tom and Princeton (Dec. 10) ... Scored in comeback from four goals down to defeat New Hampshire (Nov. 22) ... Tallied first goal of season in win at Clarkson (Nov. 18) ... Assisted on Patrick McNally’s tying goal in comeback win against No. 18 Colgate (Nov. 11). 

Junior (2010-11) Stats
Skated in 16 of Harvard's first 18 games before missing the final 16 due to injury ... Scored at home against Quinnipiac (Dec. 8) as part of a three-game point streak ... Registered first two-goal game of his career to lead the Crimson to a 4-2 win at St. Lawrence (Nov. 12).

Sophomore (2009-10) Stats
An ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Skated in 17 games ... Set up the tying goal and scored the game-winner to help Harvard hand No. 13 Union its first league loss (Jan. 22) ... Notched first assist of the season against No. 10 Boston College (Dec. 9) ... Scored first career goal at Colgate (Nov. 6).

Freshman (2008-09) Stats
An ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Notched two assists in 5-5 tie at Dartmouth (Jan. 25), with his second helper coming on Ryan Grimshaw's go-ahead goal in the third period ... Logged first career point with an assist at No. 8 Princeton (Jan. 3) ... Also registered assists in 3-2 win against Colgate (Feb. 13) and 2-2 tie at St. Lawrence (Feb. 20) ... Had a plus or even rating in 21 of 26 games.

Before Harvard
Won a British Columbia Hockey League championship with the Penticton Vees in 2008, a year after helping the Camrose Kodiaks win the Alberta Junior Hockey League and Doyle Cup titles ... Posted totals of 13-19-32 in 28 games for Penticton and 25-28-53 in 56 games for Camrose ... An Albert AAA Midget Hockey League first-team All-Star in 2006 and MVP of his midget team in 2005 ... Earned top-student honors for grades 7, 9, 10 and 11 at Edge School and for his teams at Camrose and Penticton ... Won the Singleton Family Award for summer research at the University of Calgary.

Personal
Hobbies include reading, soccer and basketball ... Brother, Tom, is a freshman defenseman at Princeton ... Sister, Emily, was a three-time All-America runner at Princeton, won the Philadelphia Marathon and is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Harvard School of Public Health ... Mother, Claire, won the Calgary Marathon and still holds the course record.

Career Highs
Points - 2 seven times, most recently one goal, one assist vs. St. Lawrence, Feb. 24, 2012
Goals - 2 at St. Lawrence, Nov. 12, 2010
Assists - 2 at Dartmouth, Jan. 25, 2009
Point streak - 4 Jan. 27-Feb. 3, 2012

Career Stats

Season GP G A Points Shots Shot% Pen-Min +/- PPG SHG GWG
2008-09................ 26 0 6 6 24 .000 2-4 -3 0 0 0
2009-10................ 17 2 2 4 19 .105 2-4 -7 0 0 1
2010-11................ 16 3 4 7 26 .115 1-2 -2 0 0 0
TOTAL.................. 59 5 12 17 69 .072 5-10 -12 0 0 1