Ryan Cramer

#15 Ryan Cramer

POSITION F
HEIGHT 6'2"
WEIGHT 210
YEAR Fr.
HOMETOWN International Falls, Minn. (USHL- Waterloo)

2009-2010 (Junior)

  • Academic All-CHA
  • CHA Offensive Player of the Week - 11/23/09

Is one of eight Bemidji State players to see time in all 36 games in 2009-10... Anchoring BSU’s second forward line as its right wing, Cramer has heard his named announced in the starting line up on six occasions... Posted three points in the opening weekend of his junior campaign (2g-1a)... Led the Beavers to a CHA series sweep at Ala.-Huntsville Nov. 20-21 recording the game-winning goal and an assist in each game of the two-game set... Netted the game-winner, while contributing an assist in an 8-2 victory over Niagara (12/4/09)... Registered an assist Jan. 23 to ignite one of two seasonlong, three-game point streaks, posting three goals and four assists in a seven-game span... He scored the final goal in the John S. Glas Fieldhouse--the Beavers’ hockey home since 1967... Scored second two-goal game of his career Mar. 12 as the Beavers opened 2010 postseason play in the CHA Tournament... Registered an assist in the CHA Tournament third-place game to enter the NCAA Midwest Regional riding a two-game scoring streak... Earned a spot on the 2010 CHA All-Tournament Team... Ranks seventh on the team in scoring, tied for third in goals scored (13) and is atop the team’s game-winning goals list (4).

2008-09 (Sophomore)

  • Academic All-CHA

  Skated in 32 games for the Beavers as a sophomore... Suffered a knee injury Feb. 19 at Niagara and sat out for the remainder of the regular season and CHA Tournament... Posted his first point of the season Jan. 2 in a 4-3 loss to North Dakota... Added an assist in a 4-2 victor over Ala.-Huntsville Feb. 7... Scored a goal in a 3-3 draw at Robert Morris Feb. 15... Made his return to the line up for the Beavers’ NCAA Tournament run and registered an assist in his first game back as BSU defeated No. 2 Notre Dame Mar. 28.

2007-08 (Freshman)

  • 3/5/08 CHA Rookie of the Week
  • 3/5/08 INCH National Player of the Week Runner-Up

 

Ranked third among all freshman posting 4-3=7 points in 31 games for the Green and White as a mainstay on the team’s third line... Netted all but one of his assists in CHA play... Matured into a legitimate scoring threat down the stretch for BSU piling up four goals and an assist in the team’s final seven games, after netting just two assists in his first 24 appearances.

Logged his first collegiate point on an assist in a loss to Merrimack (10/20/08)... Scored his first goal as a Beavers at Robert Morris (2/15/08) to help BSU to a 7-2 CHA victory.

Was named CHA Rookie of the Week 3/5/08 after the biggest series of his young career... Cramer posted back-to-back multi-point games to pull his share of the weight as the Beavers clinched their third CHA regular-season championship in five years... Registered a goal and an assist Friday night as the Beavers came back to edge the Warriors 7-5 and collected his first multi-goal game netting two lamplighters the following night, including the game-winner, to kick off the championship celebration and claim the Bruce McLeod Trophy for the Beavers.

Prior to BSU

Came to BSU after one year with the Waterloo (Iowa) Blackhawks of the USHL... Was a third-round pick of the Blackhawks in the 2006 USHL Draft, selected in the third round with the 36th overall pick... Helped lead Waterloo to the USHL Anderson Cup.

In 60 games during the 2006-07 regular season, Cramer scored 26-26=52 points with a +11 rating and 65 penalty minutes... He scored 9-12=21 points on the power play and had four game-winning goals.... 52 points were third on the Blackhawks and 24th in the USHL, while his 26 goals paced the team and tied for 10th in the league.

Prior to his season with the Blackhawks, Cramer played two years with the Fargo-Moorhead Jets of the NAHL... He played 110 games for the Jets during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 campaigns with 28-43=71 points scored.

A graduate of International Falls High School... Played prep golf in addition to hockey.

Personal Ferris Ryan Cramer... Born August 29, 1986... Son of Ferris and Beth Cramer... Undecided on a major.

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