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Andrew Rowe
Andrew Rowe

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Muskegon, Mich.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
01/22/1988

Previous Team:
Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)


08/21/2013

Neil's Notebook: Pro Camp Adds More Spartan Bonding Moments

04/24/2013

Playoffs Underway for Several Spartans

Twelve alums experience playoff hockey in ECHL, AHL

Opted to forego his final season of collegiate eligibility, signing a professional contract with the Philadelphia Flyers on May 6, 2010.

2009-10 (Junior): Named an alternate captain, along with classmate Corey Tropp, in pre-season camp ... Played in all 38 games, and was fourth on the team in scoring with 28 points ... Ranked second on the team and 12th in the CCHA with 15 goals, his career best ... Added 11 assists ... Five of his goals came on the power play ... Lined up with classmate Dustin Gazley on the wing and Daultan Leveille in the middle for 33 of 38 contests, and the trio skated 55 games together over two seasons ... Scored his first of the year in the first game against Clarkson (10/9) ... Also had a goal in the series finale against Maine (10/17) ... Scored the overtime game-winner at Miami (10/24) on an outstanding individual effort ... Had three points against Western Michigan (10/30-31), including an assist on the game-winner on Friday and a goal and an assist in a Saturday road tilt ... Had a goal in each game of the Michigan series (11/13-14), and was a +3 in the two contests ... Scored MSU's lone tally in a 2-1 loss to Minnesota (11/28) ... Recorded two assists in a win against Bowling Green(12/12) and was a +4 in the series ... Had a goal and four assists in the GLI and was a +4 (12/28-29) ... Had three goals and an assist (+2) in a win and a tie agaisnt Lake Superior at home, with a pair of power-play markers ... Scored a goal in the shootout against Notre Dame (1/16,) the only goal in a 1-0 shootout victory. It is MSU's only shootout win in four tries ... Scored goals in each game of the Michigan series (1/29-30), with his goal at Joe Louis coming shorthanded ... Owns a personal five-game goal-scoring streak against the Wolverines ... Scored a goal and assisted on Dustin Gazley's game-winner in a 3-2 victory over Ferris State at Munn (2/20) ... Scored the first goal of the game in MSU's road tie at Bowling Green (2/27) ... Had a pair of goals in the second CCHA Quarterfinal game against Michigan (3/13) ... Had his personal five-game scoring streak against the Wolverines snapped (3/12), but still had six goals in six games against Michigan and seven in his last seven games against the Wolverines overall.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Appeared in 35 games, scoring six goals and adding eight assists ... Goal total was the fourth highest on the team ... Scored Michigan State's first goal of the season, a first-period tally in Michigan State's 3-1 triumph over Massachusetts in the Ice Breaker Invitational in Boston (10/10)...Had both Spartan tallies in 2-2 tie against Northern Michigan (10/24)...Had a goal and an assist in 4-4 tie at Minnesota in College Hockey Showcase (11/29)...Credited with two assists in 5-3 loss to Michigan (12/6)...Assisted on Tim Buttery's goal against Michigan at Joe Louis Arena (1/23)...Notched a second-period marker in 5-3 loss at Michigan (1/24)...Assisted on Kurt Kivisto's short-handed goal at Lake Superior (1/31)...Scored opening period power play tally in 2-2 tie versus Ferris State (2/6)...Assisted on Daultan Levielle's game-tying goal in 3-2 win against Bowling Green (2/20)...Assisted on Jay Sprague's second-period goal in 2-1 loss to Notre Dame (2/28)...Had fourth multi-point game of the year with two assists in 8-2 loss at Northern Michigan in first round of CCHA Tournament (3/7)

2007-08 (Freshman): Played in 21 games in his first season in Green & White ... Scored his first collegiate goal in his season debut against Northern Michigan (10/26) ... Added his second career goal in second period of the eventual 3-3 stalemate with Minnesota (11/23) ... Saw action in MSU's tie in the series finale of the Michigan series (1/26) ... Had an outstanding performance in game two of the Nebraska-Omaha series (2/2), talling a second-period goal and two assists for his career first multi-point game; his assist on Bryan Lerg's goal in the opening period was the first in his career, while his second assist came on Tim Crowder's game winner in the second period, scored 27 seconds after his own ... Assisted on Tim Crowder's second-period goal in game two of the Western Michigan series (2/16) ... Continued to produce as a second-line winger with an assist on Crowder's first-period goal in the opening contest of the Michigan series (2/22).

Prior to MSU: Spent two seasons with the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League (USHL), where he played with classmate Dustin Gazley ... Recorded 19-15-34 totals in his final year in Sioux City, and was a +9 ... Potted five game-winning goals, which led the Musketeers and ranked fifth in the USHL ... Helped the Musketeers to a team-record 13-game winning streak in 2006-07 ... Appeared in 110 games during his two-year stint in the USHL, recording 27 goals, 23 assists (50 points) with five power-play goals ... Played for the US Midwest team which won a gold medal at the International Challenge Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, in the summer of 2004 ... Played two seasons of varsity hockey at Muskegon Mona Shores High School, where he earned All-State and All-Conference honors in 2004 and 2005.

Personal: Born January 22, 1988, in Muskegon, Mich. ... Son of Helen and Charlie Rowe ... Brother, Alan, is a junior at Michigan State ... Also has a younger brother, Carl (16)... Enjoys ping pong, tennis, roller hockey, and snowboarding ... Favorite NHL team: Detroit Red Wings ... Lists Tomas Holmstrom as his favorite pro player, "because of his intensity and how he works hard every shift." ... Lists his parents as his biggest hockey influence, because "they have been there for me my whole hockey experience."

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CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR
GP
G
A
PTS
PPG
SHG
GWG
+/-
PEN-MIN
2007-08
21
3
4
7
0
0
0
+1
4/8
2008-09
35
6
8
14
1
0
0
-6
7/14
2009-10
38
17
11
28
5
1
1
+12
19/38
TOTALS
94
26
23
49
6
1
1
+7
30/60