#14 Alex Ierullo
• Alternate Captain
• WCHA All-Academic Team
Posted a team-leading and career-high 23 points (7g-16a) in 26 games as a junior. In addition to leading the team with a career-best 16 helpers, he matched a single-season high he established as a sophomore with seventh goals. He totaled a team-high five multi-point games, including a career-high three helpers in a 7-2 victory at Ferris State Feb. 6. Four of his seven tallies stood as game-winners to lead the team. Ierullo's +8 plus/minus rating was tops among all forwards. A key piece to BSU's power-play unit, he led the team with six points (1g-5a) on the man advantage, which included a BSU-best five helpers. His 63 shots on goal was god for second on the team, while he capped the first wound of the WCHA playoffs matching a career-high six shots on goal. He added 11 blocked shots, which included a career-best three in a 5-2 loss to Lake Superior State March 3.
• WCHA All-Academic Team
Ierullo netted 21 points (7g-14a) to finish fifth on the team in scoring as a sophomore... Recorded an assist in each games in the season-opening series versus St. Cloud State and went on to recorded nine points (1g-8a) in the Beavers' first 12 games... BSU was 14-1-4 when Ierullo netted a point... Posted three multi-point efforts and recorded a season-long four-game point streak (1g-3a) stretching from Feb. 14-22... Scored one of BSU's five short-handed goals... He had a season-high of five shots against Minnesota State (Feb. 29), along with a season-best three blocked shots against Bowling Green (Feb. 1)... Finished the season with a +10 plus/minus rating.
Ierullo appeared in 31-of-38 games for Bemidji State... Totaled six goals and three assists for nine points with 36 shots on goal... His first collegiate point came as an goal in his second game, a 3-1 win at Alaska-Anchorage (Nov. 3)... He recorded his first assist in an 8-3 victory versus Merrimack (Nov. 9)... Tallied the game-winning goal against Alabama-Huntsville (Dec. 7)... Contributed his first multi-point effort with a goal and an assist to help BSU to a 3-3 draw at Ferris State (Feb. 8)... Ended the season with a -1 plus/minus rating and 11 blocked shots.
Prior to BSU
Ierullo played three seasons in the OJHL for the Newmarket Hurricanes. In 153 games over three junior hockey seasons, he totaled 134 points on 51 goals and 83 assists. He averaged 1.27 points per game in his final season for Newmarket. Netting 41 assists, he led the Hurricanes and ranked 11th in the OJHL, while his 25 goals was second among his teammates and also placed him among the top 20 scorers in the OJHL. He led Newmarket to the postseason to cap three straight season, including following a 33-14-6-1 regular-season record to finish second in the North Division of the OJHL's East Conference. He would go on to net 13 points (6g-7a) in 12 playoff games that season.
Born May 30, 1997 to Franca Ierullo... He is a business finance major at BSU.
Goals: 2, at Northern Michigan(10/23/21)
Assists: 3 at Ferris State (2/6/21)
Points: 3, x2 last at Lake Superior State (11/12/21)
SOG: 6, x2, last vs Michigan Tech (3/13/21)
PIM: 8 vs Lake Superior State (3/3/21)