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#18 Andrew Calof
Position: Forward
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
City/State: Nepean, Ont.
High School: Sir Robert Borden
Club: Nepean Raiders (CJHL)
Major: Chemical & Bio Engineering

Senior Year (2013-14): Played in 21 games ... missed 10 games with an injury ... finished tied for first on the team in scoring with 21 points on four goals and 17 assists ... assisted on the OT game winner against Dartmouth on Oct. 25 .. had assists against No. 7 Yale on Oct. 26 and No. 13 Cornell on Nov. 1 ... set up Princeton’s first goal in a 3-2 loss to UNH at the Florida College Hockey Classic on Dec. 29 ... assisted on both goals at Harvard on Jan. 31 ... scored his first goal of the season at Dartmouth on Feb. 1 ... assisted all four of Princeton goal’s goals against St. Lawrence (1) and Clarkson (4) on Feb. 7 & 8 ... collected two assists in a 3-2 win at Brown on Feb. 14 ... had a three-point game at No. 13 Yale with one goal and two helpers ... had an assist against No. 13 Cornell on Feb. 22 ... scored his first career goal against Clarkson on Feb. 28 ... scored a goal and assisted on the OT game winner in Game 1 of the ECAC series at Clarkson ... earned an assist in Game 3.
• The Blackwell Trophy (team award)

Junior Year (2012-13): Second-Team All-ECAC and first-team All-Ivy League ... played in all 31 games ... team’s leading scorer with 13 goals and 23 assists for 36 points ... tallied his first career hat trick, scoring each goal in a 3-2 overtime win over Harvard on Jan. 4 ... named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week and the GoPrincetonTigers Athlete of the Week after his four-point weekend against Harvard & Dartmouth ... had a three-point game in a win over No. 4 Cornell, scoring twice with one assist ... had two assists the next afternoon in a 4-0 win over Colgate ... named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week for his league-leading five points ... had two assists in a win at Sacred Heart, a tie at No. 8 Union and a loss at Vermont ... scored single goals against Yale on Oct. 27, RPI on Nov. 30, and Merrimack on Dec. 29 ... earned an assist at No. 16 St. Lawrence and against Dartmouth on Jan. 5 ... had his second career four-point game against RPI on Jan. 12 with one goal and three assists ... had another four-point game on Jan. 27 against Sacred Heart with one goal and three helpers ... named the ECAC Hockey and HCA National Player of the Month for the month of January after leading the nation in scoring with 12 points in just five games  ... had an assist in a loss at No. 8 Yale on Feb. 1 ... assisted on the game’s first goal in a 4-2 win at Colgate on Feb. 8 ... collected an assist in a 3-2 loss to Clarkson on Feb. 15 ... scored the lone goal in a loss to Brown on Feb. 22 ... had a hand in every Princeton goal in a 4-3 loss to No. 13 Yale on Feb. 23, scoring once and assisting on two goals ... scored his 100th career point on the game winner in OT at Harvard on March 3 that game Princeton home ice in the playoffs ... had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 loss to Cornell in the playoffs on March 9.
• 2013 Second-Team All-ECAC
• 2013 First-Team All-Ivy League
• The Blackwell Trophy (team award)
• HCA National Player of the Month (January)
• ECAC Hockey Player of the Month (January)
• ECAC Player of the Week (Nov. 13 and Jan. 9)

Sophomore Year (2011-12): Played in all 32 games ... led the team in scoring with 31 points on 17 goals and 14 assists ... recorded 10 multiple-point games ... collected an assist vs. Brown on Oct. 29, Harvard on Nov. 4, Clarkson on Nov. 12, Union on Dec. 3 and Northeastern on Dec. 30 and Dartmouth on Feb. 3 ... scored on a goal on Providence on Nov. 26, Quinnipiac on Dec. 11 and Cornell on Jan. 14 ... had two assists against Dartmouth on Nov. 5 and Colgate on Jan. 13 ... scored twice on RPI, including the game winner, on Dec. 2 and had two goals at Brown on Jan. 6 ... tallied two goals, including the game winner after a two-goal deficit vs. UConn on Jan. 31 ... assisted on both Princeton goals in a 3-2 loss at Clarkson on Feb. 10 ... scored twice, with the game winner, in a 6-2 win at RPI on Feb. 10 ... scored both of Princeton’s goals in a 5-2 loss to Yale on Feb. 24 ... picked up an assist the next night in a 2-2 tie with Brown ... scored twice including the game-winner in OT in game 2 of the first round series at Yale on March 3 ... had a three-point game the next night, scoring twice and adding an assist.
• 2012 Second-Team All-Ivy League
• The Blackwell Trophy (team award)

Freshman Year (2010-11): ECAC Hockey and Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... named first-team All-Ivy appeared in all 32 games as a freshman … led team with 24 assists and 33 points, while scoring nine goals … three goals came shorthanded … was a team-best +14 … recipient of Princeton's Hobey Baker Trophy, awarded annually to the team's freshman hockey player who, among his classmates, in play, sportsmanship and influence has contributed most to the sport … his 33 points were the fourth-highest total for a Princeton freshman … made his collegiate debut in a loss to Dartmouth on Oct. 29, 2010 … opened college career with a five-game point streak and 11 points in those five games … first college point, an assist, came on Matt Arhontas' power-play tally in a loss to Dartmouth … scored his first goal shorthanded and added an assist in a 5-3 loss at Yale … had assists on three of Princeton's four goals in a 4-3 win at Brown … factored in on all four goals with a goal and three helpers in a 4-3 win at Colgate … added an assist in Princeton's win at Quinnipiac … notched two assists in a win over UMass Lowell … had assists in wins over Bowling Green and Connecticut at the UConn Hockey Classic … scored Princeton's lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Cornell … added a pair of assists in a win over Colgate … had a goal and an assist in a win at St. Lawrence … added a shorthanded goal and an assist in a loss to Union … had two helpers in a tie at Harvard … scored in Princeton's win over Brown … assisted on two goals in a loss to Yale … scored a shorthanded goal in a win at Rensselaer … netted a goal and an assist in the first game of the ECAC First Round playoffs against St. Lawrence … also scored in the second game of the playoff series.
• 2011 ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year
• 2011 Ivy League Co-Rookie of the Year
• 2011 First-Team All-Ivy League
• 2011 Third-Team All-ECAC
• 2011 ECAC All-Rookie Team
• 2011 Hobey Baker Trophy (Team Rookie of the Year)

Before Princeton: Spent the last two seasons playing for his hometown Nepean Raiders in the CJHL ... averaged 1.67 points per game in his two seasons in the CJHL, totaling 115 points in 2009-10 with 54 goals and 61 assists ... had 119 points on 57 goals and 62 assists a season earlier in 2008-09 ... led his team in scoring both seasons ... was the MVP of the CJHL All-Star Game and played for Team Canada East at the World Junior A Championships last season ... won the CJHL's A.K. Nielson Award for combination of academic excellence and hockey ability ... was Nepean's Three-Star Award winner ... appeared in National Junior A All-Star Game in 2008-09 ... won the fastest skater competition at the National Junior A All-Star competition ... was the CJHL Top Prospect of the Year ... played in the CJHL for Hawkesbury in 2007-08 and was the team's Rookie of the Year ... attended Sir Robert Borden High School and was on the honor roll ... also played soccer in high school and on the Ontario Provincial soccer team.

Personal: Full name is Andrew James Calof ... birthday is May 9 ... son of Jonathan and Lois Calof ... father attended Western Ontario and Carleton and is a professor at the University of Ottawa ... mother attended Western Ontario and works as an office manager ... has a brother Michael.


 GP  G  A  Pts.  +/-
2007-08 Hawkesbury (CJHL) 69 27 24 51 - -14 4 0 3 -
2008-09 Nepean (CJHL) 73 57 62 119 - -54 18 3 9 -
2009-10 Nepean (CJHL) 67 54 61 115 - -42 13 2 1 -
2010-11 Princeton 32 9 24 33 +14 9-18 0 3 0 0
2011-12 Princeton 32 17 14 31 +2 8-16 3 0 4 0
2012-13 Princeton 31 14 24 38 +1 11-22 3 1 4 1
2013-14 Princeton 22 4 17 21 -10 5-10 1 0 0 0
Career   117 44 79 123 +7 33-66 7 4 8 1

 Career Highs
 Career Firsts  Multiple/Game
 3 vs. Harvard (1/4/13)
 at Yale (11/5/10)
 9 (2- 8x; 3- 1x)
 Assists  3, 5x MR vs. Clarkson (2/8/14)
 vs. Dartmouth (10/29/10)  17 (2- 12x; 3- 5x)
 4, 3x MR vs. Sacred Heart (1/27/13)  A vs. Dartmouth (10/29/10)  35 (2- 25x; 3- 7x; 4- 3x)
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