| Carter Camper
Co-Captain...earned CCHA Scholar Athlete of the Year, the first RedHawk to receive the distinction... a Hobey Baker Award finalist...first team All-CCHA honoree...named CCHA Player of the Month and National Player of the Month for October...CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 11-17)...Lowe's Senior CLASS Award finalist...AHCA Second-Team All-America...Capital One Men's At-Large Academic All-District Second Team...was among national point leaders throughout the season... played in all 39 contests on the season...tallied 57 points (19 goals, 38 assists), second on the team and third in the nation...his 38 assists are also third nationally...the national leader among active players for career points...his 183 career points are second in school history...notched nine power play goals, first on the team and second in the CCHA...had two short-handed goals and three game winners...had a nine-game point-streak to start the season, totaling 24 points...had 16 multi-point games, including six games of three points or more...recorded a career-high five points against Northern Michigan on five assists (Oct. 23)...registered a point in all but seven games...three multi-goal games...fired 135 shots, most on the team...blocked 21 shots...recorded a rating of +12...had 12 penalties for 27 minutes.
Honorable mention All-CCHA... Miami's nominee for CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Year... played in all 44 games... third on the team with 43 points... scored 15 goals and dished out 28 assists, both of which ranked in the top four on the team... recorded three game-winning goals... tallied at least one point in 29 contests, including a pair in each of the Midwest Regional games and an assist in the National Semifinal vs. Boston College... led Miami in power-play points with 20... had five power-play goals (third among RedHawks) ... registered a point in seven straight games (Jan. 16 - Feb. 12) and in 12 out of 13 games (Jan. 16 - Feb. 26)... matched his previous career-high of three assists on two occasions this year (Dec. 11 at Ohio State and Jan. 16 at Ferris State).
Named Second-Team West All-America... a first-team All-CCHA selection... was one of three finalists (the only non-goaltender) for CCHA Player of the Year honors... played in 40 games, missing only the second game at Michigan... led the team in points (42), goals (20) and game-winning goals (four)... was tied for third in the nation in power-play goals with 12, while leading the CCHA in conference-only goals with 16... recorded his first career hat-trick and a career-high four points vs. Western Michigan on Dec. 7... also tallied four points a week later vs. RPI (Dec. 14)... had at least one goal on 15 occasions, while tallying at least one point in 23 contests... assisted on the game-winning goal in the NCAA West Regional semifinal against Denver (March 27)...
registered a short-handed goal in the second Alaska game.... was second on the team with 142 shots... tallied a plus-five rating.
Played in 33 games for the RedHawks... posted 15 goals and handed out 26 assists to total 41 points... earned three CCHA Rookie of the Week awards... was the NCAA's top rookie in points-per-game (sixth in total points)... ranked 10th nationally in points per game... finished fifth in Miami history in assists by a freshman... was tied for 10th for goals by a freshman in Miami history... posted a +19 mark... scored five power-play goals, two shorthanded goals and one game-winning goal... recorded his game-winning goal against then-No. 16 Renssselaer Dec. 15... during that game he scored two goals and two assists, earning CCHA Rookie of the Week honors.
Prior to Miami
Played the 2006-07 season with the Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League (USHL)... earned second-team All-USHL accolades... ranked second on the team in scoring with 23 goals, including two game-winners, and tallied 48 assists in 56 regular season games... helped Stars to a 37-20-3 record and a third-place showing in the USHL's West Division... tied for second on his team with +24 rating ... notched a goal and an assist in five USHL playoff games... skated for the East Division team at the 2007 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game... suited up with the Cleveland Barons of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) for the 2005-06 and 2004-05 campaigns ... registered 51 goals, 89 assists in 125 career games... tallied 21 power-play goals and seven game-winning markers in Cleveland ... garnered All-NAHL First Team honors in his final season with the Barons ... joined the U.S. National Under-18 Team to compete in the 2006 Four Nations Tournament in the Czech Republic.
Majoring in psychology... son of Rick and Heidi Camper... father, mother, uncle and cousin all attended Miami... older brother, Ben, played hockey at Colgate... hails from same hometown as former RedHawk Nathan Davis.