Golden Griffs scored game-winner with nine seconds remaining in the game
2012-13 (Junior) Played in all 37 games, starting 35 ... Third in the AHA with a 2.36 GAA and eighth with a .918 saves percentage in all games ... Matched his career high with 40 saves in the 3-2 loss to Holy Cross ... Helped lead AFA to three points against Army, as he stopped 53 of 57 shots ... Led AFA to a sweep of Robert Morris and was named the AHA Goalie of the Week ... Stopped 58 of 59 shots against RMU, including his second shutout of the season ... Named the AHA Goalie of the Week for the second time as he helped lead Air Force to a sweep of 13th-ranked Niagara, March 1-2 ... Stopped 36 of 39 shots against the No. 9 offense in the nation.
2011-12 (Sophomore) Named the MVP of the AHA Final Four as he helped lead the Falcons to the conference tournament title ... Suffered a groin injury in the second game of the season vs. Michigan State ... Missed the next 14 games ... Returned to the lineup in January ... Named the AHA Goalie of the Week as he posted a 1.00 GAA and a .966 saves percentage in RIT series, Feb. 3-4 ... 25 saves for his first shutout of the season, Feb. 3 ... Season-high 32 saves in the 4-2 win on Feb. 4 ... Named AHA Goalie of the Week as he led AFA to three points at Niagara, Feb. 10-11, with a 1.44 GAA and a .935 saves percentage in the series ... Second shutout of the season came on Feb. 10 at Niagara ... Third shutout of the season came on Feb. 17 vs. Mercyhurst ... Fourth shutout came as Air Force clinched the AHA regular-season title at Robert Morris ... Made 25 saves in 3-0 win, Feb. 25 ... Named AHA Goalie of the Month for February ... Named to the all-tournament team at the AHA Final Four as he allowed just two goals in two games, including a shutout of RIT in the championship game ... 23 saves in the win over Mercyhurst and 34 in the shutout over RIT in the championship ... The shutout was his fifth of the season ... Made 32 saves against top-ranked Boston College in the NCAA Tournament ... Finished the season fourth in the nation in GAA (1.73) and ninth in saves percentage (.929) ... 1.73 GAA set a new school record, breaking the record of 1.97 set by Andrew Volkening in 2008-09 ... .929 saves percentage set a new school record, breaking the old mark of .920 set by Volkening in 2008-09.
2010-11 (Freshman) Named to the AHA all-rookie team ... Earned the team's John Matchefts Award as the top freshman, the first goalie to ever win the award ... Played and started 33 games ... Made 29 consecutive starts dating back to his win over Yale, Nov. 14 ... 16 wins were the second-most of any freshman goaltender in the nation ... 2.87 GAA and a .909 saves percentage, the best marks among all freshmen in the AHA in all games ... First career win came against No. 3 Yale in a 4-3 win as he made 34 saves on Nov. 14 ... Named the AHA Rookie of the Week, Nov. 15 ... Named the AHA Goalie of the Month for December ... Named the AHA Rookie and Goalie of the Week, Jan. 3, as he stopped 58-of-62 in the Bentley series ... Career-best 40 saves in the win at Mercyhurst, Feb. 19 ... Named the AHA Rookie of the week for third time as he stopped 51 of 54 in a sweep of Robert Morris, Feb. 25-26 ... First career shutout came in the AHA quarterfinals with a 4-0 win over Sacred Heart, March 12 ... Second career shutout and tied his career high with 40 saves in the 1-0 win over RIT in the AHA championship game ... Named to the AHA all-tournament team and was the goalie and freshman of the week in the AHA, March 21 ... 26 saves in the NCAA Tournament game against top-seeded Yale.
Before Air Force Played in 24 regular-season games with the Metal Jackets and ranked sixth in the league with a .916 saves percentage ... Played for coach David Cole ... His 2.85 goals-against average ranked ninth in the league ... Graduated from Culver Academy ... Lettered four years in hockey and three in soccer ... Soccer team captain and all-conference twice ... Earned his school's best athlete award and was academic all-state.
Personal Member of Cadet Squadron 21 ... Parents are Kevin and Susan Torf ... Has two siblings ... Major is aeronautical engineering ... Minor is Portuguese ... Both of his parents and his brother were all born in South Africa ... Jason is the first American born in the family ... On the dean's list five of his six semesters ... On the commandant's list once for military excellence and on the athletic's list twice... Long-term goal is to work as a developmental engineer designing fighter jets and working as a test pilot engineer ... This past summer, earned a silver medal as the starting goaltender for Team USA at the Maccabiah Games in Israel ... Started playing roller hockey at age five and transitioned to ice at age nine ... Favorite NHL team is the Los Angeles Kings ... Favorite player is former King and Avalanche defenseman Rob Blake.
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