Ross Armour

#17 Ross Armour

HOMETOWN Trail, British Columbia

2020-21 (Jr)
 WCHA All-Academic Team
Played in all 26 of BSU's games as a junior logging nine points on four goals and four assists. Two of his four goals stood as game-winning goals to rank third on the team. Posted his first game-winner to settle a 2-1 overtime win at Michigan Tech (2/20/21). The second came one week later to lift BSU to a 4-3 overtime victory over then-No. 3 Minnesota State (2/27/21). Logged his only multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist in a 4-0 victory over Alabama-Huntsville in the regular-season finale (3/7/21). Posted a season-high three shots on goal Feb. 27 and finished the year with 20. Was second on the team winning 55.5-percent of the faceoffs he took. Finished the season with a +3 plus/minus rating and two penalty minutes.

2019-20 (So)
 WCHA All-Academic Team
Despite missing 15 games due to injury, Armour still managed to record seven points for the Beavers in 2019-20... He logged his first collegiate goal in the season-opening, 4-4 tie with St. Cloud State (10/11/9)--his 39th game as a Beaver... Tallied the first game-winning goal of his BSU career in a 4-2 victory versus Bowling Green (2/1/20)... Logged a season-high four shots against Bowling Green (2/1/20)... He also has a season-high two blocked shots at Minnesota State (1/24/20)... Finished the season with a +3 plus/minus rating as one of BSU's top faceoff men.

2018-19 (Fr)
WCHA Rookie of the Week (Dec. 17 & Jan. 21)
Appeared in all 38 games as a freshman... Totaled 12 assists for 12 points and 45 shots on goal... Ended the season third on the team in plus/minus with a +8 rating.

Prior to BSU
A three-year junior hockey veteran wih the BCHL's Trail Smoke Eaters, Armour totaled 139 points (45g, 94a) in 145 games... He added 23 points (6g-7a) in 26 career BCHL postseason contests... Finished the 2017-18 season with 62 points (21g-41a) to rank second among his teammates and just behind fellow Beaver Owen Sillinger among the top-scoring skaters in the BCHL... His 41 helpers that season led Trail and placed him seventh in the league.

Born Feb. 7, 1998, he is the son of Nancy Armour... He is a marketing communications major at BSU.

Career Highs
 1, 9x last at North Dakota (10/16/21)
Assists: 3, 2x last vs Michigan Tech (1/18/19)
Points: 3, 2x last vs Michigan Tech (1/18/19)
SOG: 4, 2x last vs Bowling Green (10/30/21)
PIM: 4, at Lake Superior State (1/26/19)