Letterwinner ... one of three alternate captains on this year's squad ... possesses unlimited potential ... expected to increase offensive production ... gifted goal scorer and playmaker ... difficult to move out of the slot area in the offensive zone ... quick, left-handed shot ... good hands with excellent reflexes and instincts ... excellent skater ... determined attitude on the ice ... always gives high energy level to each shift ... projected special teams performer ... should make move from wing position to center ... one of the team's top returning faceoff men ... coaching staff feels that the sky is the limit with this bright, young forward ... entered the Academy out of the British Columbia Hockey League where he skated for the Surrey Eagles ... holds dual citizenship in both Canada and the United States ... born in Downey, Calif., but currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia ... excellent leadership qualities for a young man ... member of the Dean's List ... Atlantic Hockey all-academic team.
2004-05: Appeared in 33 games ... tied for sixth on the team with eight assists ... registered first career point with assist against Bentley ... second assist of the season came at Holy Cross ... won 50.8 percent of his faceoffs ... victorious on a combined 24 faceoffs in two games versus the Crusaders ... reached double figures in faceoff wins for first time in each contest ... assisted on Army's goal against UConn Dec. 4 ... won career-high 15 faceoffs against UConn Jan. 7 ... won seven of eight draws opposite St. Clair ... picked up an assist in each of Army's games against Quinnipiac in January ... scored first career goal opposite RMC ... registered season-high two points in that contest ... carved out three-game scoring streak Jan. 28 - Feb. 5 ... added an assist in Army's first-round playoff victory over American International College.
Prior to West Point: Skated for the Surrey Eagles in the BCHL in Western Canada ... finished ninth on the team in scoring with 27 points (6G, 21A) in 59 games ... won "Hardest Worker" award as team captain ... named "Unsung Hero" in 2002-03 while serving as an assistant captain ... recipient of a scholarship for academic excellence his senior year of high school ... graduated from Earl Marriott Secondary School in 2002.
Personal: Bryce Arnold Hollweg ... born Dec. 5, 1984, in Downey, Calif. ... son of Helen and Victor Hollweg ... has one brother, Ryan (22) ... brother, Ryan plays for the New York Rangers ... major is undeclared.
Career Overall Statistics
Year GM G A Pts PPG SHG GWG
2004-05 33 1 9 10 0 0 0
Total 33 1 9 10 0 0 0
Career Conference Statistics
League GM G A Pts PPG SHG GWG
AHA 23 0 6 6 0 0 0
Total 23 0 6 6 0 0 0