Second-Team West All-American pick, Second-Team All-NCHC selection and NCHC Forward and Defensive Forward of the Year finalist … NCHC All-Tournament Team selection who finished the tournament with seven points (4g, 3a) in five games … played in all 40 games … led the team with 45 points on nine goals and 36 assists … his 36 assists tied for third in the country … recorded at least one point in 29 of 40 games … posted a team-high 10 multi-point games … dished out three assists against St. Lawrence (10/24) … recorded two assists in back-to-back games against Colorado College (11/7-8) … recorded a season-best four assists against Omaha (12/5) … posted an eight-game point streak from Nov. 21-Jan. 3 … scored first goal of the season at Rensselaer (1/3) … netted his first-career hat trick with three goals and an assist on Senior Night against North Dakota (3/7) … tallied two goals and an assist against Western Michigan (3/14) … scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in the NCHC semifinals against Denver (3/20) … dished out a pair of helpers in the NCAA Tournament against Providence (3/28).
Served as team captain … earned Second-Team West All-America honors and was placed on the All-NCHC First Team … played in 37 of 38 games, missing only the Jan. 11 game against Western Michigan … posted 12 multi-point games, which tied for the team lead … tied for ninth nationally for points scored with 47 and tied for sixth nationally for assists with 34 … his 47 points (21 points during a power play) and his 34 assists led the team in both categories … his 13 goals (four power play goals) ranked third on the team … fired 102 shots on goal for a.127 shooting percentage … over a 12-games stretch from Jan 25 – March 14, Czarnik recorded at least one point in 10 of those games … set a career high for points in a game with five (all assists) at Bemidji State (Nov. 30) … he tied his career high in shots on goal (7) twice – once against Canisius (Nov. 2) and the other against Denver (Dec. 7) – scoring two goals in each contest … he also tied his career high for +/- in a game with a +4 twice … committed only committed 14 penalties for 28 minutes … named NCHC Offensive Player of the Week three times (Oct. 28, Dec. 2 and Dec. 9) … won the Gary DeLonge Team MVP award for the second-straight season.
Hobey Baker Award finalist ... First-Team West All-America ... CCHA Player of the Year and First-Team All-CCHA ... CCHA Player of the Month for October, as well as the CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 26-Dec. 2) after a five-point weekend ... one of just five RedHawks to play in all 42 games ... led the CCHA with a team-high 40 points while his 26 assists were also tops on the team and his 14 goals were second ... led the NCAA with four short-handed goals and had one power play tally ... recorded 13 multi-point games on the year ... had four multi-goal games (Oct. 20 vs. Providence, Nov. 3 vs. Ferris State, Feb. 1 vs. Alaska and Mar. 16 vs. Michigan State) after recording just one all of last season ... posted nine multi-assist games, including two in an NCAA Tournament win over Minnesota State (Mar. 30) ... tallied a career-high-tying three points Oct. 20 vs. Providence, Nov. 9 vs. Northern Michigan and Nov. 30 vs. Alaska ... led Miami with a +19 rating, including +3 Nov. 30 vs. Alaska ... scored three game-winning goals, including the first of his career Oct. 20 vs. Providence in overtime ... tallied four empty-net goals ... blocked 36 shots and comitted 12 penalties for 24 minutes.
Named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team ... tabbed Second-Team Freshman All-America by INCH ... CCHA Rookie of the Month for November with three goals and seven assists ... three-time CCHA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 14, Nov. 28 and Jan. 23) ... selected to the Denver Cup Classic All-Tournament Team ... played in 40 games, missing just one ... tallied a team-best 27 assists and added 10 goals for a total of 37 points, which were second on the team, first among CCHA freshmen and tied for third in the CCHA ... also second on the team with a +25 rating and tied for fourth nationally ... tied for the team lead with two short-handed goals and also had a power play score ... two of his goals were unassisted ... recorded a career-high three points four different times and had 10 multi-point games, including six multi-assist games (two three-assist games) ... scored two goals at Ohio State (Feb. 25) while also registering a career-best +4 rating ... finished the season on a career-long seven-game point streak (Feb. 24 to Mar. 23) ... notched first career goal Oct. 14 at Colgate and tallied first point Oct. 8 vs. Bemidji State on an assist ... blocked 35 shots, second-most among forwards, while playing on Miami's penalty kill unit ... was called for 10 penalties for 31 minutes.
Prior to Miami
Played in 46 games for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL in 2010-11 ... totaled 34 points on 20 goals and 14 assists ... added three goals and an assist in 11 playoff games with Green Bay while helping lead them to the Clark Cup finals ... posted a +2 rating with four power play goals and four game-winning goals on the year ... in 2009-10, played for the U.S. National Development Team ... appeared in 61 games and tied for third on the team with 54 points (22g, 32a) ... helped lead Team USA to the World Junior A Challenge world championship.
Born on Dec. 12, 1992 in Detroit, Mich. ... son of Rhonda and Mike Czarnik ... cousin, Robbie Czarnik, played hockey at the University of Michigan for two years ... enjoys basketball, golf and Xbox in his free time ... majoring in sport leadership and management.