#28 Jamie MacQueen
|HOMETOWN||St. Thomas, Ontario (OPJHL-Vaughn)|
- WCHA Scholar Athlete
- Academic All-WCHA
- Scored first Sanford Center Goal
Stands as one of six BSU players to log time in each game of the 2010-11 campaign... Started nine games as a junior... Etched his name in history Oct. 15, 2010, netting the first goal in Sanford Center history just 1:52 into the first period of a loss to Northern Dakota... Tied for seventh on the team in scoring with 7-4=11... His seven goals seats him fourth among his teammates in goals scored... Of his seven goals, two stood as game-winners... BSU was 7-2-1 in games that MacQueen logged at least one point, while the team is 4-1-1 when the junior scores a goal... Opened a two-point weekend versus Nebraska-Omaha by assisting on the game-winning goal (12/3/10) before adding a helper in the series finale (12/4/10)... Potted a goal in each game of a Colorado College series Feb. 18-19, including his first game-winning goal of the season in a 2-1 victory over CC in the series finale... A contributor on the Beavers power-play, he had two goals and an assist for three points on the man advantage... Entered the Final Five having scored four goals in the Beavers’ last five games... Opened the 2011 postseason with a three-point WCHA playoff series at Nebraska-Omaha Mar. 11-12... He notched the game-winner as the Beavers opened the series with a 4-2 victory and added his first multi-point game of the season and second of his career in the finale helping the Beavers to a 3-2 victory with a goal and an assist... Recorded a career-high three penalties in the Mar. 11, 2011 win at UNO... Was a WCHA Scholar Athlete selection... Landed on the 2011 Academic All-WCHA Team.
- Academic All-CHA
Stands as one of eight BSU players to log time in each game of the 2009-10 campaign... Put his name in the scoring column right off the bat recording an assist in the Beavers’ 2009-10 season-opener versus Air Force (10/10/09)... Added an assist on Tyler Lerhke’s game-winning goal versus Robert Morris Nov. 7... Led the Beavers to their first win over Minnesota Nov. 15 with the first two-goal game of his career... Capped a two-point CHA series at Niagara netting the game-winner Dec. 5... Posted an assist in a 4-1 win over Then-No. 4 Minnesota Duluth to open a season-long three game streak of games with a helper... Potted his second unassisted lamplighter of the season to lead the Beavers to a 3-2 victory over Niagara Feb. 19 and clinch the 2010 CHA regular-season title... Pushed Bemidji State past Nebraska-Omaha Feb. 6 with a game-winner in the 3-1 nonconference victory... His four goals on the power-play ranks third on the team.
Played in 36 of Bemidji State’s 37 games in 2008-09... Missed only the Beavers’ series finale versus St. Cloud State Oct. 25... Made three starts... Had 4-4=8 points on the season to rank fourth among BSU rookies... Posted his first collegiate goal and point in a 3-0 victory over non-conference opponent Michigan Tech Nov. 28... Recorded his first NCAA helper Jan. 24 as the Beavers earned a 3-1 win at Niagara... His first collegiate multi-point effort came in a Jan. 31, 5-1 victory at Robert Morris... Posted an assist Mar. 13 to lift BSU to a 4-1 victory over Ala.-Huntsville and help get the Beavers into the CHA Tournament Championship game... Wore No. 28 as a rookie.
Prior to BSU
Jamie MacQueen comes to Bemidji State after netting 75 points for the Vaughn Vipers and Pickering Panthers in 2007-08... After posting 22 goals and 21 assists and being named OPJHL South Player of the Month for Pickering during the first 32 games of the season, MacQueen was traded to Vaughn. After swapping jerseys, he registered 15 goals and 17 assists to average nearly two points per game... He was potent on special teams potting 11 power-play goals while collecting three short-handed markers.
MacQueen saved his best hockey for last... He finished the regular-season on a 19-game scoring streak, which included a string of nine consecutive multi-point games between Jan. 5 and Feb. 2... During that streak, he also registered eight games of three or more points and tallied four game-winning goals.
The Vipers posted a 41-4-4 regular-season mark to nab the No. 2 seed and a bye in the first round of the OPJHL South playoffs. MacQueen netted a pair of goals in the best-of-five, second-round series versus Markham, but Vaughn was defeated 3-1.
During the 2006-07 campaign, MacQueen spent time with Pickering and Aurora. He posted 15 goals and 11 assists in 27 games for the Tigers and totaled seven goals and 10 assists in 19 games with Pickering.
Jamie Robert MacQueen... Born Aug. 2, 1988... Has selected business administration as his major... Is the son of Todd and Laurie Butterwick.