Greg Wolfe garners three awards, while Jake Hildebrand was named team MVP.
Prior to MSU: Appeared in 58 games in 2011-12 for the Omaha Lancers (USHL) ... Put up a +11, second on the team ... Had a 9-14-23 scoring line ... Spent most of the 2010-11 season skating for Compuware, where he recorded 33 points (12 goals, 21 assists) before reporting to Omaha and appearing in four games for the Lancers ... Played eight seasons in the Compuware organization, winning state championships in 2003-04 (squirts), 2005-06 (Peewee), and 2008-09 (Midget) ... Also captured a National Championship in 2009 with Compuware.
Personal: Born Jan. 1, 1993 in Plymouth, Mich. ... Son of Kellie and Mike Ferrantino ... Has one brother, Nicholas, and a sister, Olivia ... A 2011 graduate of Detroit Catholic Central High School ... Uncle, Kevin Smyth, was a pole vaulter at MSU in the mid-1980's ... ... Favorite NHL team is the Detroit Red Wings, and enjoys the play of Henrik Zetterberg ... Enjoys fishing and hunting ... Lists his youth coach Derek Szajner as his largest hockey influence, and credits him with always keeping the game fun ... Considers his father his idol, for instilling in him the importance of being a good person both on and off the ice.
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