2009-10 (Senior): Appeared in a career-best 12 games, starting seven ... Owned a 2.34 GAA and .919 save percentage ... 4-3-1 record with one shutout ... Made his first start in nearly two years against Clarkson (10/10), making a career-high 33 saves and getting the victory ... Took a hard-luck loss at Miami, but made 26 saves in a 2-1 loss (10/23) ... Collected his second win of the season in Kalamazoo over Western Michigan (10/31), making 21 saves ... Made 28 saves in a 4-4 tie with Notre Dame (1/16), and stopped all three shots he faced in the shootout ... Allowed two goals and made 22 saves in a loss at Alaska (2/5) ... Played the final nine minutes against Bowling Green at home on senior night (2/26) ... Entered for the third period in the first CCHA Quarterfinal game against Michigan (3/12), keeping the Wolverines off the board with five saves ... Relieved Drew Palmisano in the second game against UM (3/13), making 33 saves in 51 minutes in a 5-3 loss.
2008-09 (Junior): Did not see any game action in a deep goaltending corps.
2007-08 (Sophomore): A talented netminder who has performed well when getting the call ... Made his first career start against Mercyhurst (11/10), and made 24 saves - including one on a breakaway in a 13-save second period - in a 6-2 victory ... Played the final 7:21 of the first game of the Lake Superior State series (1/4), making three saves on three shots ... Came in for the third period of game one at Northern Michigan (2/8), saving six of seven shots in the final 20 minutes of the 3-1 loss.
Prior to MSU: Played for the Cleveland Barons of the North American Hockey League from 2004-2006 ... Led Cleveland to a division title in 2006 with a 19-10-0 mark ... In 2005-06, finished eighth in the NAHL with a 2.45 goals against average and tied for ninth with a .917 save percentage ... Set the Barons' record for shutouts in a season with six and finished tied for second in the league ... Started nine of Cleveland's 12 playoff games in 2006, posting six wins, good for third most in the postseason. Also ranked seventh among league netminders in the playoffs with a 2.01 goals against average and a .923 save percentage ... Teammate of former Spartan Kurt Kivisto in Cleveland in 2004-05 ... Played for USA Hockey Select teams in 2003 and 2004.
Personal: Born March 30, 1987, in Oaklawn, Ill. ... Finance major ... Son of Al and Julie Jarosz ... Two siblings, Jamie and A.J. ... Was a member of a men's choir and an acapella choir for three years in high school...Enjoys playing tennis and the guitar.
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