One of seven seniors on the team ... lone player from Arizona ... one of 11 players from the North American Hockey League ... has played in 22 career games ... one career assist.
2011-12: Appeared in 15 games ... recorded first career point at Tate Rink ... handed out an assist in 3-3 overtime tie with Mercyhurst ... one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team.
2010-11: Appeared in three games ... did not figure statistically ... in the lineup for 5-2 victory at the University of Massachusetts ... also drew assignments against Union and American International.
2009-10: Appeared in four games ... drew two conference assignments ... made collegiate debut against non-conference opponent Colgate ... in the lineup the next night during a 2-1 upset of the ECAC Hockey's Rensselaer ... competed against RIT and Canisius.
BACKGROUND: Born in Melbourne, Fla. ... resides in Chandler, Ariz. ... 2007 graduate of Mountain Pointe High School ... played for coach Sean Clark and the Motor City Machine in the NAHL ... played for the Dallas Stars AAA team that ranked No. 1 nationally ... son of James and Dianne Bobb ... sister, Kathryn ... Jon enjoys golf, wakeboarding and music ... lists Lionel Messi as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Economics.
Getting To Know Jon Bobb Why did you choose West Point? To do something off the beaten path. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? Major Kennedy was an awesome guy. I saw him pretty much everyday and he was always happy to talk with anyone, and help them out with whatever they wanted. Favorite part about Army hockey? The family. I chose my major because? Economics is everything. It underlies the history, sociology and psychology of societies. Engineers can't build anything if they don't have the money. I am most looking forward to playing? Maine. How would you describe Coach Riley? Dedicated. Favorite Army jersey? Grey. Favorite NHL jersey? Los Angeles Kings. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? We're going to be flying all over the place this year.