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    Eric Ringel  
    Eric Ringel

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Hinckley, OH

    Position:
    Undergraduate Student Assistant Coach

    Birthdate:
    04/04/1990

    Alma Mater:
    Notre Dame '12


    04/01/2012

    T.J. Tynan Named Hockey's Most Valuable Player At 2012 Awards Banquet

    Patrick Gaul, Stephen Johns, Mike Johnson and Robbie Russo also receive end-of-season awards.

    03/21/2012

    Notre Dame Hockey Awards Program Set For Sunday, April 1

    Irish to honor 2011-12 senior class and team award winners for the past season.

    02/26/2012

    Irish Drop Regular Season Finale With 4-2 Loss To Michigan State

    Notre Dame finishes eighth in CCHA and will open playoffs at home against Ohio State next weekend.

    02/25/2012

    Steven Summerhays Records First Career Shutout As Irish Blank Michigan State, 2-0

    Jeff Costello and Peter Schneider provide the offense as Notre Dame snaps a five-game losing streak.

    02/23/2012

    Irish Get Set To Close Out Regular Season Against The Michigan State Spartans.

    Notre Dame looking to clinch home ice in first round of 2012 CCHA playoffs.

    10/31/2009

    Men's Hockey vs. Ohio State

    The Notre Dame Men's Hockey team beat Ohio State, 3-1, at the Joyce Athletic Center on October 31st.

    10/09/2009

    Men's Hockey vs. Alabama-Huntsville

    The Notre Dame Men's Hockey team had an upsetting 3-2 loss against Alabama-Huntsville at the Joyce Center on October 9th.

    Senior Eric Ringel begins his second season with the Notre Dame coaching staff as an undergraduate student assistant coach. The former Irish defenseman saw his playing career cut short due to a concussion and concussion-like symptoms that forced him to retire from the game.

    As an undergraduate assistant, Ringel will remain involved with the team, assisting the Notre Dame coaching staff with a wide variety of duties on a daily basis.

    Ringel earned his first monogram during the 2009-10 season when he broke into the regular lineup as one of the team's top six defensemen. In 17 games, he picked up one assist with one penalty for two minutes. He was +3 on the year with eight shots on goal.

    The Hinckley, Ohio native was injured on Dec. 5, 2009 at Miami when he was run into the boards and received a concussion. The concussion-lile symptoms prevented him from returning to the lineup the remainder of the season and he was not given clearance by doctors to return to play.

    In two seasons at Notre Dame, Ringel played in 23 games with one assist and was +4 for his career.

    A quick, mobile defenseman, Ringel joined the Irish after playing two seasons with the Mahoning Valley Phantoms of the North American Hockey League. In `07-'08, he scored seven goals with 20 assists for 27 points in 50 games, helping the Phantoms to a 36-18-4 record in the North Division. The team advanced to the NAHL championship game where they lost to St. Louis and fellow Irish teammates Nick Condon and Mike Johnson.

    In his first year in Mahoning Valley, the 20-year old Ringel scored 10 goals with 15 assists for 25 points in 51 games as the Phantoms were 47-14-1 and captured the North Division title.

    During the `06-'07 campaign, he played for USA Hockey's Under-17 Select Team at the Four Nations Tournament and the Vlad Dzurilla Tournament in Feb. of 2007.

    Born April 4, 1990 in Cleveland, Ohio, Ringel is a finance major in the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame.

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