Jacques Lamoureux

Jacques  Lamoureux


Grand Forks, N.D.

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195


Last Team:
Northen Michigan University


Abood named finalist for Senior CLASS Award

Senior defenseman one of 10 finalists for the prestigious award


Falcons finish season at 21-14-4

Air Force has won 20 or more games in five of the last seven years

2009-10 (Junior)
Voted to wear an "A" by his teammates ... First-team all-AHA ... Played in all 37 games ... Led team in goals, points (22-20-42) and power play goals (13) ... Led the AHA and was third in nation with 13 power play goals ... Tied for third in conference and 13th in the nation with 0.59 goals per game (22) ... In AHA games, tied for third in points (35), tied for first in goals (18) and first in power play goals (11) ... AHA player of the week with six points in AIC series ... Tied career best four points on Dec. 4 ... Scored the game-winner, his team-leading fourth of the season, against Army in the AHA Quarterfinals with 1:25 left in the third period to send Air Force to the AHA Final Four... Scored AFA's only goal in the 2-1 loss to Sacred Heart in the AHA semifinals ... The goal came with 1:29 left in third in extra skater situation.

2008-09 (Sophomore)
First-team INCH and second-team RBK/East coaches All-American ... One of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... Named to the NCAA East Regional all-tournament team ... Named the AHA Player of the Year and a first-team all-league selection ... Played in all 41 games ... Led the nation in goals per game (0.80), power play goals (15) and game-winners (9) ... Spent the majority of the season as the national leader in points per game ... Finished second with 1.29 points per game (33-20-53) ... In league games, was first in points (38), goals (23), power-play goals (12) and game-winners (5) ... Named the Hockey Commissioner's Association National Player of the Month (October) with 15 points (8-7-15) in seven games ... AHA Player of the Week three times (Oct. 20, Oct. 27 and Jan. 5) ... Career-best eight-game scoring streak, second longest by any Falcon ... Had two career-best four-game goal scoring streaks ... Four points (2-2-4) in first SHU series ... Six points (3-3-6) in Bemidji State series ...First career hat trick vs. Bentley, Nov. 1 ... Two goals at Yale ... Second career hat trick came in the 4-1 win over UConn, Feb. 7; also a PPG and GWG ...Scored two goals vs. RIT, Feb. 27 ... Five points in three games vs. Sacred Heart to send AFA to the AHA Final Four ... Tied his career high with four points (2-2-4) vs. SHU on March 15 ... Scored AFA's second goal in the 2-0 win over Michigan in the NCAA East Regional.

2007-08 (Freshman)
Sat out the entire season due to NCAA transfer rules (Northern Michigan) ... Practiced with the team all year.

Before Air Force
Played 16 games for the Northern Michigan Wildcats of the CCHA in 2006-07 ... Two points (1-1-2) on the season ... Played three seasons and 104 games for the Bismarck Bobcats of the North American Hockey League ... Coached by Dane Litke and Chad Johnson ... Tied for ninth in the league in 2005-06 with 70 points (32-38-70) in 54 games ... Had 42 points (21-21-42) in 2004-05 ... Six points (3-3-6) in 2003-04 ... Graduated from Bismarck High School.

Member of Cadet Squadron 40 ... Parents are Pierre and Linda Lamoureux ... Father was a goalie at the University of North Dakota and led the team to two national championships... Mom was a collegiate swimmer who has completed more than 20 marathons ... Has five siblings, Jean-Philippe, Pierre-Paul, Mario, and twin sisters, Monique and Jocelyne ... Jean-Philippe graduated from North Dakota ... A four-year letterman and two-year starter at goaltender, he led the Fighting Sioux to back-to-back Frozen Fours ... Pierre-Paul is a student assistant coach at North Dakota ... Mario is a junior forward at North Dakota ... Twin sisters, Monique and Jocelyne, are sophomores at the University of North Dakota ... Both earned a silver medal playing for Team USA in the 2010 Olympics ... Major is management ... On the superintendent's list in the fall of 2007, the fall of 2009 and the spring of 2010 for excellence in academics, military and athletics ... On the commandant's and athletic's lists as a sophomore ... Would like to work in the contracting career field after graduation ... Greatest moments in sports were winning the AHA Championship in 2009 and watching his sisters play in the Olympics ... Hobbies are working out and reading ... Person in history he would like to meet is Jesus ... Credits his dad as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Listens to Motley Crue before games ... Favorite NHL team is the Edmonton Oilers ... Favorite player is Hall of Famer Mark Messier


2006-07 (NMU)16112
2008-09 (AF)41332053
2009-10 (AF)37222042
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