19 - Chris Wyman
Chris Wyman
Born: 03/01/1988
Height: 5-9
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Bartlett, Ill.
High School: Streamwood
Position: F
Previous Team: Valley Jr. Warriors (EJHL)

2011-12 Played a pivotal role on the Beacons fourth lines skating in 22 of 26 contests … Ended the season with two goals and six assists … Tallied 29 shots and one power-play goal … Registered four points over a three-game span between January 6-13 with two goals and two assists … Tallied an assist and the game-winning goal on January 13 in a 3-1 win over conference foe St. Michael’s … Recorded assists in back-to-back games over the weekend of February 10-12, helping UMass record wins over ECAC East foes the University of New England and Southern Maine.    

2010-11 Skated in 23 of the 26 games in his junior season ... Found the back of the net four times, while also tallying seven assists ... Earned his first goal of the year against Salve Regina on November 27 ... Recorded a pair of assists the next day against Southern New Hampshire ... Had a three-point (2g, 1a) against Tufts on January 8 ... Picked-up a goal and an assist against the University of Southern Maine on January 21.

2009-10 Skated in 15 games and ranked tied for third on the team with six goals ... Finished the season with seven total points adding an assist to the six goals ... Tied for the team-lead with four power play goals and ranked tied for fifth in the ECAC East, averaging 0.27 power play goals per game ... Notched second career hat trick on Nov. 28 in the Beacons 7-2 victory over Stonehill ... Scored on Nov. 21 in the season opener vs. Colby ... Registered points in back-to-back games on Dec. 5 against Wesleyan with a goal and on Dec. 9 against Babson with an assist ... Only committed one penalty on the year for a total of two minutes in the box.

2008-09: One of five players and two UMass Boston freshman to play in all 28 games ... Led the Beacons' rookies with 19 points, which ranked third overall on the squad ... Ranked third on the team with 11 assists and three power play goals ... Placed 20th among ECAC East leaders in power play scores and 10th with a pair of game-winning tallies ... Notched at least one point in 16 of 28 contests ... Registered his first career hat trick and added an assist vs. Framingham State College on November 25 ... Named ECAC East Rookie of the Week for the week of November 24-30 ... Owned a four-game point-scoring streak from November 25 to December 5 ... Notched his first collegiate point in his first game at Colby College on November 21 ... Closed out the season with an assist at New England College in the ECAC East tournament semifinals on March 6 and a helper vs. Babson College in the Championship the next day.

Personal/High School: Played hockey for Team Illinois as a freshman and sophomore and led the squad to the national tournament as the team's leading scorer and Assistant Captain, while attending Streamwood High School ... Saw action with the Chicago Mission during his junior and senior campaigns and led them in scoring, while being named Captain ... Played junior hockey for the Valley Junior Warriors of the Eastern Junior Hockey League and was selected to the All-Star team ... Named team Captain in 2007-08 season and was the eighth-leading scorer in the league ... Earned a spot on the Honor Roll all four years at SHS ... Born March 1, 1988 ... Son of John and Magali Wyman ... Majoring in criminal justice ... Enjoys baseball and golf.