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Bryce Aneloski
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Bryce Aneloski 1499041
Position: Defensemen
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 204
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pekin, Ill.
High School: Cedar Rapids (USHL)
Other College: Cedar Rapids (USHL)

2012-13 Game-By-Game Statistics
2011-12 Game-By-Game Statistics
2010-11 Game-By-Game Statistics

2012-13 (Senior)
Had a goal and two assists against Army in the Icebreaker on Oct. 12...played in his 100th career game on Nov. 2 at Michigan Tech...had the game-winning goal and an assist against Alabama-Huntsville on Nov. 23...had two assists against Alabama-Huntsville on Nov. 24...had a goal and an assist at St. Cloud State on Dec. 7...had a shorthanded goal against Colorado College on Jan. 5...had two assists against North Dakota on Feb. 9...named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete for the second straight year on Feb. 13...ha assists in three straight after picking up assists in each game at Alaska Anchorage on Feb. 15-16...scored a powerplay goal against Wisconsin on March 1...named to the All-WCHA Academic team for the second straight year on March 14...finished season with career highs in assists (16) and points (21)...was second in UNO defensemen scoring.

2011-12 (Junior) 
Led UNO defensemen in scoring while registering new career highs for goals and of six players to appear in all 38 games...had a pair of assists against Mercyhurst on Oct. 7...had another assist against Colgate on Oct. 8 and was named to the Mutual of Omaha Stampede All-Tournament Team...had a pair of assists at Wisconsin on Oct. 28...scored his first goal of the year (powerplay) at Wisconsin on Oct. 29...snapped a nine-game point drought with an assist against Quinnipiac on Dec. 31...had the game-winning, overtime goal at Minnesota State on Jan. 20...had another goal at Minnesota State on Jan.21 to set a new career high for goals in a season...had the game-tying goal against Bemidji State on Feb. 3, establishing a three-game goal streak...named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete on Feb. 9...had a goal at Michigan Tech on Feb. 10 and added an assist at MTU on Feb. 11...scored a goal at Colorado College on Feb. 18...had an assist against Minnesota on Feb. 24 to extend his point streak to team season high 10 games...named to the All-WCHA Academic Team on March 8.

2010-11 (Sophomore)
One of 10 players to play in all 39 games...finished second in defenseman scoring with 19 points...had a goal and an assist against British Columbia on Oct. 2...had two assists at Michigan on Oct. 22 for his first collegiate points...scored a goal and had an assist against Minnesota State on Nov. 5...had two assists against Michigan Tech on Dec. 10...had a powerplay goal at Quinnipiac on Dec. 30...registered two assists against Wisconsin on Feb. 12...had two assists on March 5 at Minnesota Duluth.

Before UNO
Was the top scorer among defensemen in the USHL in 2009-10 and was an All-USHL First Team pick, scoring 15 goals and 39 assists for 54 points in 60 games for Cedar Rapids...finished second in team scoring...registered 34 penalty minutes and had a team-best 26 powerplay points (8-18-26) while also firing a team-high 210 shots...had four more assists in five playoff games...finished with 27 goals and 59 assists for 86 career points in 157 game with Cedar Rapids and added four assists in 13 career playoff games...played 16 games for Providence College in 2008-09 and registered one assist and eight penalty minutes before returning to junior hockey.

Born April 27, 1990...son of Ronald and Stacey Aneloski...has one sister, Ashley...was selected in the seventh round, 196th overall, by the Ottawa Senators in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft...majoring in continuing studies.

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