2001-02: Tied career-high and tied for fourth on team with eight goals ... Added nine assists for 17 points ... Played in every game for Fighting Sioux for second consecutive season and has played in 92 consecutive games ... Has not missed a game since Mar. 3, 2000, his freshman season ... His 120 career games played rank second among returing players ... Earned third letter.
2000-01: Tied for sixth on the team in scoring with 28 points ... Played in all 46 games (one of nine players to do so) ... Had at least a point in 23 games, with five multi-point games ... Added three game-winning goals to bring his career total to five ... Final game winner of the season (also his seventh goal of the season) was against Michigan State in the NCAA Semifinal game ... Scored first career power- play goal on Nov. 11 against Minnesota, added second of the season on Dec. 30 against Princeton ... Earned second letter.
1999-00: Fourth among UND freshmen with 16 points ... His two game-winning goals led the Fighting Sioux and are tied for fourth-most by a first-year Fighting Sioux ... His first collegiate goal served as the game-winner against Minnesota (Oct. 23) ... Also tallied a game-winner against Clarkson (Oct. 30) one week later ... Notched a short-handed goal in the NCAA Frozen Four semi-final against Maine ... Also registered a short-handed effort against Miami (Dec. 27) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the past two seasons with Omaha of the USHL ... Scored 22 goals and 22 assists in 55 games with Omaha last season ... Ranked second on the team in scoring ... Participated in the USHL All-Star game ... Also played in the King of the Hill Tournament.
Personal: A 1997 graduate of Conant High School ... Undecided on major...Born May 3, 1979 ... Son of Daniel and Karen Spiewak.
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