Tyler Jubenvill

#15 Tyler Jubenvill

HOMETOWN Gilbert Plains, Manitoba

2020-21 (Jr)
 WCHA All-Academic Team
 WCHA Scholar-Athlete
 AHCA Division I Krampade All-American Scholar
Saw time in 26 games as a junior. Logged a career-best four points (4a) to rank fifth among BSU's defensive corps. Two of his four assists came in WCHA play. After recording two assist sin BSU's first 23 games of the season, Jubenvill logged helpers in back-to-back contests March 7 and March 12. He collected a season-best three shots on goal Jan. 7 at Bowling Green and finished the campaign with 20 shots.  Whistled for three penalties, he accumulated six penalty minutes. He posted a team-best +11 plus/minus rating.

2019-20 (So)
 WCHA Scholar-Athlete
 WCHA All-Academic Team
Jubenvill competed in 27 games as a sophomore... He registered a pair of assists for two points bookending the season netting a helper in a 4-4 draw versus St. Cloud State (10/11/19) and went without a point until he netted an assist in his final appearance of 2019-20, a 3-1 victory over Lake Superior State to help BSU advance out of the opening round of the first round of the WCHA Playoffs... He recorded a season-high of three shots at Alaska-Anchorage (2/22/20)... In addition, he collected a total of 16 blocked shots with two in the season opener versus St. Cloud State (10/11/19) and again against Lake Superior State (11/8/19)... He finished the season with a -1 plus/minus rating.

2018-19 (Fr)
 AHCA Division I Krampade All-American Scholar
Jubenvill appeared in 28 games for the Beavers... Blocked nine shots and had eight shots on goal... He finished his freshman season with a -1 plus/minus rating.

Prior to BSU
A three-year junior hockey veteran, Jubenvill most-recently competed in the United States Hockey League, playing 56 of 58 games for the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders. He totaled 18 points (5g-13a) to rank second among the team’s blueliners in scoring. Five of his 18 points came on the power play, which included a pair of goals. He was named to the NHL Central Scouting ‘Players to Watch List’ with a C Rating, indicating him as a candidate to be drafted in the fourth, fifth or sixth round. Prior to his time with Cedar Rapids, Jubenvill also played two seasons with the Winkler Flyers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. In 112 games for the Flyers he piled up 66 points (18g-48a) and netted six points (1g-5a) in 22 postseason games. He was named to the MJHL All-Rookie team following the 2015-16 season and earned a spot on the MJHL Second All-Star Team to cap his career at Winkler in 2016-17.

Born Nov. 30, 1999, he is the son of John Jubenvill... He is a business administration major with a minor in finance at BSU.

Career Highs

Assists: 1, 5x last vs North Dakota (10/15/21)
Points: 1, 5x last vs North Dakota (10/15/21)
SOG: 3, 3x last vs Northern Michigan (2/13/21)
PIM: 4, at Alaska Fairbanks (11/1/19)