Neil Koepke recaps Friday's win over UMass.
Cox, Hoomaian and Walsh named alternate captains.
Neil Koepke previews the Spartans' opening series.
MSU will next host Windsor on Tuesday.
The Spartans met with the media on Oct. 1.
Ferris State 2, Michigan State 0; Dec. 14, 2013
2013-14 (Freshman): Tied for second among freshmen in points with 12 (6g, 6a) and appeared in all 36 games ... Winner of the team's Outstanding Rookie Award ... His first-career goal was a game-winner, scoring the go-ahead goal at 15:56 of the third period in a 3-1 win vs. Boston University (10/26) ... Picked up an assist in the second game of the season at UMass (10/19) ... Had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 win vs. Penn State (02/15/14) ... Scored goals in both games of a sweep over Princeton (11/29-12/1) ... Had assists in consecutive games vs. Penn State (1/18) and Michigan (1/23).
Prior to MSU: Owned a 20-20-40 scoring line in 62 games for the Lumberjacks in 2012-13 ...Team captain his final season in Muskegon ... In 2011-12, he produced a 6-14-20 scoring line in 57 games for the Jacks ... Two of his six goals were game-winning tallies ... Had 33 PIM ... Was teammates with current Spartans Matt DeBlouw and Travis Walsh in Muskegon during 2011-12 campaign ... Two-year totals of 26-34-60 for the Lumberjacks ... Played for Team USA in the summers of 2010 and 2011 at the European Tournaments ... Captained the 2011 USA Team at the prestigious Ivan Hlinka Tournament ... Is a product of the Compuware AAA Hockey Program.
Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1994 in Fayetteville, N.C. ... Son of Jesse and Lori ... Brother, Randy, played club hockey for Adrian College ... Also has a younger brother, Sean ... Graduated from Chelsea High School with a 3.7 GPA ... Favorite NHL team is the Detroit Red Wings and lists is favorite player as Pavel Datsyuk because "he does everything very well" ... Lists his dad has biggest hockey influence because "he introduced me to hockey and trained me for most of my life" ... Also lists his dad as his hero as he served in the Army for 22 years.