|Alma Mater:||North Dakota|
Former North Dakota standout Jason Ulmer is in his second season as a student manager, having joined the staff in Aug. 2016 after retiring from a 15-year professional playing career.
Ulmer was a four-year letterwinner at UND from 1996-97 to 1999-2000, winning NCAA championships during both his freshman and senior seasons. In 146 career games, Ulmer amassed 33 goals and 69 assists for 102 points at center and wing and earned All-Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) honors as a senior.
Following his graduation from UND, the Wilcox, Saskatchewan, native embarked on a lengthy pro career that included stints in both North America (AHL, IHL, UHL) and Europe (Finland, Germany, Austria). In all, Ulmer played in 892 career games as a pro and collected 220 goals and 487 assists for 707 points.
Ulmer is currently pursuing a master’s degree in kinesiology at UND.
He and his wife, Erin, a former volleyball player at UND, have three children: Tyson (10), Caden (8) and Kyla (4).