17th annual gala honored student-athletes success in the classroom and community.
MSU had 113 student-athletes recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
Spartans honored for their successes in the classroom.
DeBlouw Gets Lone Goal in Loss.
Wolfe's shorthanded goal the lone marker for MSU
Photos of Justin Hoomaian
2012-13 (RS-Freshman): Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and Acadmic All-Big Ten honoree ... Saw action in 34 games as a redshirt freshman ... Picked up his first collegiate point with an assist at LSSU (10/27) ... Assisted on goals against Michigan (11/10) and Ferris State (1/18).
2011-12 (Redshirted): Saw action in the first five games of the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury.
Prior to MSU: Played for the Michigan Warriors of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) ... Had a 17-15-32 scoring line, good for seventh on the team ... Helped the warriors to a runner-up finish in the Robertson Cup ... Selected to the Top Prospect team in the North Division ... Played in 2009-10 for the Buffalo Junior Sabres ... Previously played for the Belle Tire organization.
Personal: Born Dec. 27, 1990 in Southfield, Mich. ... Son of Lisa and Chuck Hoomaian ... Both parents are graduates of Ferris State, where his father was a basketball player before his career was cut short by injury ... Has four sisters: Lauren graduated from Grand Valley; Ally and Erin both play volleyball at Northwood University (Ally is team captain); and a younger sister Kaylin, who plays soccer at Central Michigan ... Grandfather, Jim Hoomaian, was a Golden Gloves champion and a 1952 Olympian ... Graduate of Detroit Catholic Central High School ... Lists Jonathan Toews as his favorite NHL player: "I respect the way he plays the game at both ends, and his hard work and effort." ... Describes his father as his idol, because "he always took me to the rink and has always been there for me."
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