7 Seth Beamer
Seth Beamer

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Merrimack, N.H.

High School:
Bishop Guertin

Last College:
Berkshire Prep

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 195

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
09/19/1983

Experience:
3 VL

Shoots:
Right



Three-year letterwinner ... in his second season as team captain ... switched number from more familiar No. 15 to No. 7 in honor of former Army co-captain Derek Hines (USMA '03) who was killed in action in Afghanistan in September ... right-hand shot who is Army's top returning faceoff man ... top centerman on the squad ... best all-around skills on the team ... good hands and finishes well ... unmatched work ethic ... excellent leadership skills ... spends most of his practices working on forechecking ... impeccable instincts and presence on the ice ... one of the team's most influential leaders ... increased overall strength with offseason workouts ... brings tremendous amount of enthusiasm and energy on every shift ... contributes on special teams ... clutch performer who is capable of scoring big goals.

2004-05: Appeared in all 35 games ... reached 100 career games played ... one of only three players to dress for every game (Chad Fifield, Casey Bickley) ... won 52 percent of his draws ... reached double figures in faceoff wins 18 times ... won team-high 348 faceoffs ... finished tied for third on the team in scoring with 16 points ... tied for third on the team with eight goals scored ... registered an assist at Air Force ... won 12 of 18 faceoffs against Sacred Heart ... scored power play goal in 3-2 win at Colgate ... won 17 of 27 draws at Bentley ... scored unassisted against Holy Cross ... posted season-high two points opposite Quinnipiac ... authored career-high four-game scoring streak in month of February.

2003-04: Appeared in all 33 games ... Army's leading scorer with 25 points ... tied for third on the team in goals scored (8) and led the squad in assists (17) ... registered a career-high four points in Army's win over AIC Jan. 9 ... recorded a career-high three assists in that contest as well ... registered a point in 16 games ... established new career standards in all scoring categories ... led squad in scoring against league opposition with 18 points ... posted three points in regular-season finale against Connecticut ... enjoyed a three-point night opposite Ryerson on Oct. 11 ... inked a team-best plus-4 rating ... named Atlantic Hockey "Player of the Week" Jan. 12 ... registered a point in three straight games (Jan. 31-Feb. 13) ... scored a goal and recorded an assist in win at RMC.

2002-03: Dressed for 33 of Army's 34 games ... missed his only contest of the season at Fairfield serving a one-game suspension for fighting in the RMC contest ... scored first career goal at Canisius ... notched a career-high two assists versus American International ... scored an unassisted goal against Holy Cross ... tallied game-winning goal against Fairfield ... registered his first multi-goal game opposite Mercyhurst.

Prior to West Point: Three-year letterman at Berkshire Prep, who also earned a letter in lacrosse ... first team all-state and team MVP his senior year at Bishop Guertin H.S. ... won the New Hampshire state championship his junior and senior seasons ... 2001 New Hampshire MVP at Hockey Night in Boston.

Personal: Seth Patrick Beamer ... son of Mary and Don Beamer ... born Sept. 19, 1983, in Merrimack, N.H. ... has two brothers, Ross (40) and Kevin (35) and two sisters, Missy (38) and Trish (37) ... majoring in Management.

Career Overall Statistics
Year	GM	G	A	Pts	PPG	SHG	GWG
2002-03	33	5	4	9	0	0	1
2003-04	33	8	17	25	3	1	0
2004-05	35	8	8	16	3	0	0
Total	101	21	29	50	6	1	1

Career Conference Statistics League GM G A Pts PPG SHG GWG MAAC 25 5 4 9 0 0 1 AHA 24 5 13 18 2 1 0 AHA 24 6 6 12 2 0 0 Total 73 16 23 39 4 1 1

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