Andrew Ramsey

Andrew  Ramsey


Noblesville, Ind.

High School:
Culver Military Academy

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 170



Last Team:
Culver MIlitary Academy


Falcons open the season with exhibition game vs. McGill, Oct. 6

Air Force opens the regular season, Oct. 10-11,

2005-06 (Junior)
Played in 31 of the 32 games ... Started the season at center, but played mostly left wing ... Tied for second on the team with 23 points (7-16-23) ... Second on the team with 16 assists ... Tied for third on the team with four power-play goals ... First goal of the season came in the win over Union ... Season-high two assists vs. Colorado College ... Assisted on the game-winner in the win over Bemidji State, Oct. 28 ... Three points in the Wayne State series ... Scored AFA's first goal in the second game against RIT on the power play ... Tied his career-high with three points (1-2-3) in the UAH series, Jan. 6-7 ... One power-play goal and one assist in the first game ... Scored AFA's first goal of the game at RIT, Feb. 13 ... AFA went on to win the game, 3-2 in overtime ... Two assists, one in each game, at Wayne State, March 3-4 ... Two assists in the CHA Tournament loss to Robert Morris ... Assisted on the first and third goals of the game ... Had a point in 19 of the 32 games.
2004-05 (Sophomore)
Played in all 36 games, centering the top line ... Second on the team in points (25), assists (14) and goals (11) ... Second on the team and ninth in the CHA with 112 shots ... Had two five-game scoring streaks ... Led the team with 87 penalty minutes ... Second on the team with six power-play goals ... Had 12 points in 20 CHA games, tied for third on the team ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Q Cup Tournament ... Scored AFA's only goal against 11th-ranked Colorado College ... Two points (1-1-2) against Quinnipiac ... Career-high three points (1-2-3) in the win over Robert Morris, Nov. 19 ... Assisted on Josh Print's game-winner in the first period and then scored AFA's fourth goal in the second period ... Assisted on Brian Gineo's game-winning goal in the second period of Air Force's 1-0 win over RPI, Nov. 27 ... Held scoreless in just three series during the season (Denver Cup and Niagara twice) ... Two points (1-1-2) in the first game against Army ... Two assists in AFA's 4-2 win over Robert Morris, Feb. 4 ... Scored a career-best two goals (2 PPG) in the 4-3 overtime win over Wayne State in the CHA quarterfinals.
2003-04 (Freshman)
Played in 33 games and tied for sixth on the team with 17 points (8-9-17) ... Tied for the team lead in points by a freshman ... Tied for fourth on the team in goals ... His +1 was second on the team ... Tied for seventh in the league in points by a freshman ... Named the CHA Rookie of the Week as he scored two goals in the Quinnipiac Cup ... First collegiate goal came in the win over Bentley, Oct. 10 ... One goal and one assist vs. Niagara ... Scored the game-winning goal in AFA's 3-1 win at Wayne State, March 6 ... It was the first game-winner of his career.
Before Air Force
Lettered four years in hockey and one in lacrosse at Culver Military Academy (Ind.) ... Team leading scorer as a junior in hockey ... Hockey team captain as a senior ... Lacrosse team most valuable player as a junior ... Earned the YMCA award, given to the graduating cadet who most exemplifies the ideals of Culver Military Academy ... Prep School hockey coach was Al Clark.
Member of Cadet Squadron 27, the Thunderbirds ... Mother is Leslie Ramsey-Frazer ... Stepfather is Troy Frazer ... Father, Dean Ramsey, is deceased ... Nickname is Rammer ... Minor is German ... Great grandfather, Johnny Sorrell, won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings in the late 1930's and early 1940's ... Took a summer class in military strategic studies ... Also travelled to New Zealand and back-packed through Colorado with his younger brother, Brock ... Is the squadron academic officer in his squadron ... Has been on the commandant's list for military excellence ... Future goal is to own his own business ... Person in history he would most like to meet is Aristotle ... Greatest moment in sports was captaining Culver's team that set the school record for most wins ... Wears No. 8 because its the only number he has ever worn ... Credits his step-father, Troy, his grandfather Papa Jon, and coaches Al Clark, Dan Davidge and Bob Phillips and the "overwhelming support" of his family as having the greatest influences on his sports career ... Favorite NHL team is the Detroit Red Wings ... Favorite player is Avalanche defenseman John-Michael Liles ... Ramsey and John-Michael's younger brother went to school together.
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