Four-time monogram winner at Notre Dame ... served as the team captain for Irish in 2008-09 ... was an alternate captain as a junior in 2007-08 ... named second-team ACHA/Reebok All-American following `08-'09 campaign ... selected second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior, becoming just the 53rd Notre Dame student-athlete to be named both an All-American and an Academic All-American ... one of 10 finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award ... a second team all-CCHA selection as a senior ... winner of CCHA's Terry Flanagan Award for "perseverance, dedication and courage" after coming back from a season-ending knee injury as a junior ... finalist for the CCHA's top defensive forward award ... led the Irish in scoring in four consecutive seasons ... played in 159 career games, scoring 48 goals with 110 assists for 158 career points ... had 18 power-play goals, six short-handed tallies and 11 game winners while being +49 for his career ... one of just nine Irish players to record 100 or more assists in career, ranking seventh on that list ... finished career ranked 13th on all-time points list ... three-time winner of Notre Dame's top forward award ... winner of the school's prestigious Byron V. Kanaley Award and Francis Patrick O'Connor Awards as a senior ... selected in the seventh round, 211th overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the Ottawa Senators ... signed with the Senators on July 1, 2009.
AS A SENIOR: Served as team captain for the Irish in 2008-09 ... led Notre Dame in scoring for the fourth consecutive year ... played in all 40 games, scoring 13 goals with 25 assists for 38 points ... had five power-play tallies, two short-handed goals and a pair of game winners ... had 17 penalties for 34 minutes and was +11 on the season ... second on the team with 102 shots on goal ... had 11 games with two or more points with three multiple-goal games ... was eighth among overall scorers in the CCHA ... winner of team's offensive player of the year award ... named second-team ACHA/Reebok All-American ... selected second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior, to become just the 53rd Notre Dame student-athlete (66th time overall) to be named both an All-American and an Academic All-American ... along with teammate Jordan Pearce was one of 10 finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award ... a second team all-CCHA selection as a senior ... winner of CCHA's Terry Flanagan Award for "perseverance, dedication and courage" after coming back from a season-ending knee injury as a junior ... was a finalist for the CCHA's top defensive forward award ... winner of the school's prestigious Byron V. Kanaley Award and Francis Patrick O'Connor Awards ... had game-winning goal on the power play in 3-0 win over Sacred Heart (Oct. 17) to highlight a five-point weekend (2g, 3a) versus Pioneers ... had just seven more points in first half (2g, 5a) before getting hot right before Christmas with a six-game point streak (1g, 7a) ... recorded two goals on the power play in 4-3 overtime win at Ohio State (Feb. 6) ... second came with one second left on clock in regulation to tie game ... turned in a seven-point weekend (2g, 5a) in sweep of Northern Michigan (Feb. 13-14) ... had third, five-point game (2g, 3a) of career in 9-5 win on Feb. 13 ... named CCHA offensive player of the week for week ending Feb. 15 ... picked up third, two-goal game of season in 5-0 win over Michigan State on Feb. 27, including the game winner ... had three assists in five postseason games.
AS A JUNIOR: Served as alternate captain for the Irish in 2007-08 ... Notre Dame's top scorer, scoring a career high 15 goals with 23 assists for 38 points ... added career highs in power-play goals (6) and short-handed tallies (4) while tying a career best with four game winners ... picked up 13 penalties for 26 minutes ... was +6 on the year ... missed the final six games of the year with a knee injury suffered in the second round of the CCHA playoffs against Ferris State (March 16) ... selected to the all-tournament teams at the Rensselaer Holiday Tournament and the Lightning College Hockey Classic ... selected as Notre Dame's `07-'08 offensive player of the year ... second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic all-District Five at-Large team ... had nine games with two or more points, including a five-point game and a pair of three-point nights ... collected one multiple-goal game on the season ... turned in a six-point weekend against Lake Superior (3g, 3a) ... equaled a career high with five points (2g, 3a) in 7-3 win over the Lakers on Nov. 1.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Led Notre Dame in scoring for the second consecutive season, scoring 14 goals with 34 assists for 48 points in 42 games ... had four power-play goals, one short-handed tally and four game winners on the year ... whistled off for nine penalties resulting in 18 penalty minutes ... led the Irish with a +30 ... Condra's 48 points were most by an Irish player since Curtis Janicke `93 had 50 points in 1990-91 ... 34 assists were most since Connor Dunlop `03 had 36 in 2001-02 ... was sixth in the CCHA with 48 points and tied for for second with 34 assists while +30 led all skaters ... was an honorable mention all-CCHA selection ... Notre Dame's offensive player-of-the-year for 2006-07 ... had 10 games with two or more points, including two four-point nights and one game with five points ... had one multiple-goal game ... recorded only two-goal game (including game winner) of the season in 4-0 win over Falcons on Nov. 11, giving him five-point weekend (2g, 3a) ... selected CCHA offensive player-of-the-week player-of-the-week for Nov. 12 ... had four-point game (1g, 3a) in 7-3 win and two assists in 4-3 victory over Wolverines ... named CCHA offensive player-of-the-week for Dec. 11 ... turned in career-best five-point game (1g, 4a) in 6-2 win at Robert Morris ... collected back-to-back game-winning goals in sweep at Lake Superior ... had second four-assist game of season and third of his career in 7-1 win over Alaska in game one of CCHA quarterfinals ... followed with single assist in 3-1 win in game two ... set up two goals in 3-0 win over Lake Superior State in CCHA semifinals ... scored game-tying goal (1-1) in 2-1 win over Michigan in CCHA championship game ... selected to the CCHA all-tournament team ...assisted on one goal in 3-2 double-overtime win against Alabama-Huntsville in NCAA tournament.
AS A FRESHMAN: Led the Irish in scoring with six goals and 28 assists for 36 points ... scored three goals on the power play and one game winner ... picked up 16 penalties for 32 minutes ... was -2 on the year ... Notre Dame's rookie-of-the-year ... selected to CCHA all-rookie team ... finalist for CCHA rookie-of-the-year honors ... led all CCHA freshmen in scoring and was seventh in the nation ... picked up first collegiate points in second game of the season when he assisted on all three goals in a 6-3 loss at Denver to start a four-game point streak (1g, 6a) ... scored first collegiate goal versus Michigan (Nov. 4) ... had second three-assist game in the first seven contests with three helpers in 9-4 win against Bowling Green on Nov. 10 ... had first multiple-goal game of career with two goals and one assist in 3-2 win at Minnesota State on Dec. 6 ... selected CCHA rookie-of-the-week for Dec. 11 for four-point weekend ... combined with Tom Sawatske to score the two fastest goals (eight seconds apart) in Notre Dame hockey history in third period ... had career-best four-point and four-assist game in 7-4 win at Bowling Green.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Texas High School in Texarkana, Texas ... spent first three years of high school at Detroit Catholic Central in Redford, Mich. ... played one year of junior hockey in the USHL with the Lincoln Stars ... played for the Texarkana Bandits of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) ... selected team MVP following the season ... came up through the Honeybaked junior program in Detroit ... full name is Erik P. Condra ... son of Paul and Sonja Condra ... has one brother ... nephew of Irish All-American hockey standout Kirt Bjork `83 ... born Aug, 6, 1986, in Wyandotte, Mich. ... graduated from Notre Dame with degrees in psychology and pre-professional studies (pre-med) on May 17, 2009.
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