Wolfe, who graduated with a 3.61 grade-point average in finance, led the Spartans in goals (13) and points (31) as a senior.
Wolfe now eligible for the Academic All-America ballot.
The native of Plymouth will captain the Spartans for the 2014-15 season.
Greg Wolfe garners three awards, while Jake Hildebrand was named team MVP.
MSU had 113 student-athletes recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
MSU 8, Princeton 2, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013
Members of the A-Team enjoyed the company the Michigan State Hockey team Tuesday night at dinner.
Photos of Greg Wolfe
Michigan State skates to a 4-2 win over Lake Superior State on Jan. 20.
2012-13 (Junior): Tied for second on the team with 21 points (9g, 12a) ... Michigan State's recipient of the CCHA Scholar-Athlete Award ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and Academic All-Big Ten selection ... Recorded four two-point games ... Tied a career high with two goals in a 3-1 win vs. Bowling Green (2/9), extending his goal scoring streak to three consecutive games after finding the back of the net once against both Michigan (2/2) and then Bowling Green (2/8) with an unassisted shorthanded goal ... Picked up two points in both games vs. Niagara (10/19-20), picking up two assists in the opener and then a goal and an assist the next night ... Assisted on a pair of goals win a 4-2 win over Northern Michigan (2/16) ... Tallied the lone goal in a 1-0 win at Alaska (2/22) ... Scored a power-play goal in MSU's 4-3 series-clinching win at Alaska (3/10) in the first round of the CCHA playoffs and then made it points in three straight games with assists in each of the first two games against Miami (3/15-16) in the CCHA quarter finals ... His 35 blocked shots were second most among MSU forwards.
2011-12 (Sophomore) Fourth on the team in points (26)... and third in both assists (16) and goals (10) ... Had five multiple-point games, third most on the team ... Scored a second-period goal against Air Force in the Ice Breaker Tournament (10/8) ... Assisted on Dean Chelios' second-period tally at Lake Superior State (10/14), then scored his second goal of the season in the third period with six seconds left in the Saturday game at Lake Superior (10/15)... . Had a seven-point weekend in MSU's sweep of Robert Morris; Scored two goals and notched an assist in MSU's 5-2 victory over the Colonials on Friday, (10/28) then had a team-high four assists and went a season-high +5 on Saturday (10/29) ... Assisted on MSU's first two goals of the game against Minnesota in a 4-4 tie (11/26) ... Scored a goal and an assist against Bowling Green (12/3) ... Netted a first-period power play goal in a victory over Michigan Tech in the semifinals of the GLI (10/29) ... Scored MSU's lone goal against Miami in a tough 2-1 overtime loss to the RedHawks (1/6) ... Notched a third-period goal in a 2-2 deadlock with Lake Superior State (1/21) ... Scored a second-period goal to knot the game at three in a tough 4-3 road loss at Ferris State (1/27) ... Tallied two assists in a 3-2 road win at Ohio State, including the primary assist on Torey Krug's power play game-winner (2/4) ... Notched an assist on Torey Krug's power play goal in MSU's 3-2 victory over Michigan (2/10) ... Had a goal and an assist in MSU's home-and-Joe series with Michigan (2/10-11), assisting on a Torey Krug tally in the first game and potting a goal of his own early in the second period of the game at Joe Louis Arena ... Assisted on Torey Krug's power play goal at Miami (3/10).
2010-11 (Freshman): Contributed three goals and eight helpers, the most assists of any freshman ... Saw time at both center and on the wings in his freshman season ... Recorded his first collegiate point on an assist on classmate Jake Chelios' third period marker in a 4-1 victory over Alaska (10/23) ... Tallied an assist on Dustin Gazley's power-play goal at Western (11/6) ... Scored his first collegiate goal at Notre Dame (11/19) ... Put up a second-period marker in the victory over Miami (1/21) ... Scored his third goal of the season in a 6-2 victory over Alaska (2/19), and added an assist on a Lee Reimer tally.
Prior to MSU: Played for the Omaha Lancers (USHL) before enrolling at MSU ... Was involved in a trade-deadline deal in the USHL that sent him from the Chicago Steel to Omaha ... Teammate of Jake Chelios in Chicago ... Helped the Lancers to a first-place finish in the West Division, and fell in the Clark Cup playoffs to the Fargo Force in the West Division finals ... In 18 games with Omaha, averaged better than a point per game (7g, 13a) and was a +18 ... In Chicago, he had a 17-15-32 scoring line in 39 games, with four power-play goals and three shorthanded strikes.
Personal: Born on April 24, 1990 in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... Son of Elizabeth and Christopher Wolfe ... Has two older brothers: Brad, a graduate of Western Michigan and Mitch, a graduate of Ferris State ... Won State Championships with Honeybaked at the Bantam (2005), Midget Minor (2006), and Midget Major (2007) levels ... Graduated from Canton High School in 2008 ... Lists the Detroit Red Wings as his favorite NHL team and Pavel Datsyuk as his favorite NHL player ... Considers Steve Yzerman his idol, as he has great character and leadership ... His family is his greatest hockey influence, as "they are they are the ones who gave me the opportunity to play and supported me.