Stephen Carew

Stephen  Carew


Eden Prairie, Minn.

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175


Last Team:
Owatonna Express (NAHL)


Falcons conclude season with 17-13-7 overall record

AFA was second in the AHA with a 15-7-5 record


Air Force hockey announces 2012-13 award winners

Carew takes home the top honor with the Heyliger; De Laurell named MVP


Air Force's season ends with 4-3 overtime loss to Canisius

Duncan McKellar scored the game-winner at 1:08 of overtime


Canisius beats Air Force, 4-3, Game 1 of AHA Quarterfinals

Golden Griffs scored game-winner with nine seconds remaining in the game


Air Force sweeps 13th-ranked Niagara with 6-1 win

Adam McKenzie had four points; Ben Persian had two goals

2011-12 (Junior)

Played in all 39 games, 37 at forward and two on defense ... Tied for fourth on the team with nine goals and was 10th with 14 points ... +9 was tied for third among all the forwards ... Two game-winners tied for fourth on the team ... Scored a goal in the season opener vs. North Dakota ... Tied his career high with two points (1-1-2) in the win over Alabama-Huntsville ... Career-best two goals in the win over AIC, Dec. 3 ... Tied career best with two goals each against Niagara and Mercyhurst ... Two assists in the win over Mercyhurst in the AHA semifinals.

2010-11 (Sophomore)

Played in 36 of the 38 games, all on defense ... Four goals and five assists for nine points ... All four goals came on the power play ... Scored in the season opener vs. Alaska ... Scored a goal in three straight games, vs. RIT, Colorado College and Yale ... His goal against third-ranked Yale was the game-winner with 3:52 remaining ... Assisted on the game-winning goal with 4:16 remaining as Air Force beat Holy Cross, 3-2, in the AHA semifinal game.

2009-10 (Freshman)

Played in 36 of the 37 games ... 15 points on six goals and nine assists were second on the team among the freshmen ... Three of his six goals came on the power play ... First career goal came against Alabama-Huntsville, Oct. 17, 2009 ... Career-best two points on one goal and one assist in the 3-0 win over Bentley, Jan. 16 ... Tied his career high with two points in the 8-1 win over Sacred Heart, Feb. 27.

Before Air Force

Played for coach Pat Cullen and the Owatonna Express of the NAHL in 2008-09 ... Team captain ... Led the team and was 15th in the league with 54 points (28-26-54) ... Eighth in the league with 28 goals ... NAHL Central Player of the Week on Jan. 12 as he scored four goals in a pair of Express wins ... Helped lead the team to the NAHL second round of the playoffs ... Seven points (2-5-7) in the playoffs led the team ... Played the 2007-08 season with the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL and had 19 points ... Graduated from Benilde-St. Margarets High School ... Lettered four years in hockey ... Team captain and MVP ... Four-time all-conference selection ... All-state honorable mention.


Member of Cadet Squadron 39 ... Parents are Ed and Linda Carew ... Has one sister ... Major is management ... This past summer, worked the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training and worked Mission Support ... On the superintendent's list (excellence in academics, athletics and military) in the spring of 2012 ... On the dean's list twice and commandant's list (military excellence) once ... On the athletic's list every semester ... Hopes to work in the acquisitions career field after graduation ... Favorite food is sushi ... Favorite book is Unbroken ... Favorite sport other than hockey is lacrosse ... Greatest moment in sports was winning the AHA Championship last season ... Hometown was named the No. 1 place to live by Forbes and Money Magazine in 2010 ... Credits his parents as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Started playing hockey at age four ... Hobbies are playing guitar, fishing, camping, off-roading and working out ... Favorite NHL team is the Minnesota Wild ... Favorite NHL player is Wild forward Zach Parise.

2009-10 36 6 9 15
2010-11 36 4 5 9
2011-12 39 9 5 14
Totals 111 19 19 38
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