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Jamie Wansbrough Print E-mail
The leading goal scorer of the 1984 national championship team, Jamie Wansbrough repeated the feat the next two seasons as well. His 127 career goals are the most in school history, and he stands fifth on the all-time points list with 237 points. He shares the team record with seven game-winning goals in a season, and his 16 winners in his career ranks third all-time.

On March 4, 1983, Wansbrough tied a school record with five goals in an 8-3 CCHA quarterfinal win over Notre Dame. The next night, the Falcons finished the series sweep, Wansbrough added two more goals to set the team record of seven in a two-game series. The following season, he scored in eight straight contests, falling just shy of the school mark.

In 1984-85, his junior season, Wansbrough led the team in goals and assists, earning Team MVP and second team All-CCHA honors. As a captain the following year, he was named to the All-CCHA first team, as well as earning second team All-America honors.

He was inducted to the BG Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991.

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