Josh Print
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    Josh Print

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Timberlake, OH

    High School:
    Lake Catholic

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 175

    Position:
    F

    Birthdate:
    11/19/1983

    Last Team:
    Billings Bulls (NAHL)

    2006-07 (Junior) Played in 36 games ... 12 points (4-8-12) on the season with one PPG ... Matched his career high with two points vs. RMU, Nov. 26 (1-1-2) ... Three-game scoring streak, Nov. 3-11 ... Scored AFA's fourth goal on a breakaway in the 6-2 win over AIC, Feb. 23 ... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Sacred Heart in the AHA Championship game in overtime ... Tipped in a shot by Greg Flynn at 8:04 ... One assist vs. Army in the AHA Championship Game.

    2005-06 (Sophomore) Played in 31 games ... Had 10 points (3-7-10) on the season ... Tied his career high with two points (both assists) in the win over Union ... Scored his first goal of the season on a breakaway against RIT, Dec. 30 ... Matched his career high again with two points (both assists) in the win over Niagara, Jan. 13 ... Scored a goal in the CHA Tournament loss to Robert Morris ... His goal gave the Falcons a 2-0 lead in the first period.

    2004-05 (Freshman) Played in 35 of the 36 games ... Played left wing on the top line ... Seventh on the team with 13 points (7-6-13) ... Tied for fifth on the team with seven goals ... Four power-play goals were tied for third on the team ... Four goals in CHA games were fifth on the team ... First career goal came in AFA's win over AIC, Oct. 15 ... Career-high two points (1-1-2) in the win over Robert Morris, Nov. 19 ... Scored AFA's first goal against Wayne State, Dec. 3, on the power play ... Scored a goal in AFA's 5-4 win over AIC, Dec. 10 ... Scored a goal in the second game at Bemidji State ... Tied his career high with two points in the first game against Army ... Suffered a shoulder injury in the first game against UAH and missed the second game ... Scored nine points in his first 15 games and then just four in his last 20 games.

    Before Air Force Played junior hockey for Mike Aikens' Billings Bulls of the North American Junior Hockey League ... Played in 40 of the 56 games and had 14 goals and 20 assists for 34 points ... Fourth on the team in goals and eighth in points despite missing 16 games ... Graduated from Lake Catholic High School ... Lettered four years in hockey and one in golf ... Team captain as a junior and senior ... Second-team all-News Herald as a sophomore and first-team as a junior and senior ... Team MVP twice ... North Coast League MVP as a senior ... High school hockey coach was Dennis Gianini.

    Personal Member of Cadet Squadron 33 ... Born Nov. 19, 1983 ... Parents are Bob and June Print ... One brother, Shane (26) ... Father played for the San Diego Chargers in the NFL ... Major is management ... This past summer, went on Operation Air Force at Hurlburt Air Force Base, Fla., to experience the operational Air Force .. . Also was a cadre for the obstacle course in Basic Cadet Training ... Is the standardization/evaluation officer in his squadron, responsible for ensuring that cadets uphold all the standards of the Academy ... Plans to be a space and missiles officer in the Air Force ... Hobbies are golf, tennis and lifting weights ... Favorite food is sushi ... Favorite class is managerial economics ... Favorite book is Freakonomics ... Loves to play chess ... Greatest moment in sports was scoring the game-winner against his older brother's alma mater with his dad standing behind the opposing glass ... Favorite sport other than hockey is tennis ... Credits his mother and father as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Came to the Academy for "a world-class education and to play Division I hockey" ... Favorite NHL team is the Columbus Blue Jackets ... Favorite hockey player is his brother, Shane.

    Career Statistics
    Year	         GP	G	A	PTS	PIM	SOG	PP	SH	GW
    2004-05 (Fr.)	35	7	6	13	4-8	67	4	0	2
    2005-06 (So.)	31	3	7	10	1-2	47	1	0	0
    2006-07 (Jr.)	36	4	8	12	5-10	52	1	0	1
    Totals	         102	14	21	35	10-20	166	6	0	3	
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