AS A SENIOR: Played in 37 games … scored a career-high 10 goals and added seven assists for 17 points … his 17 points tied his single-season, career-high total … scored a power-play goal … finished the season with a +3 plus/minus rating … blocked 17 shots and totaled 44 penalty minutes … scored his first goal of the season in Notre Dame’s 5-1 win over Lake Superior State (Oct. 18) … had a goal and an assist in the 4-0 win at UMass (Dec. 6) … also had a goal and an assist in the 3-3 tie versus Connecticut (Jan. 16) … matched a career high with two assists at Northeastern (Jan. 24) … played in all six playoff games, notching a goal and an assist for two points.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 40 games in 2013-14, scoring six goals with seven assists for 13 points ... three goals came on the power play and two were game winners ... recorded nine penalties for 18 minutes ... was -1 for the season ... checked in with two multi-point games and one with two or more goals ... got his season off to a fast start with a goal (ppg, gwg) and an assist in season-opening 4-0 win over Western Michigan (Oct .11) ... scored the lone Irish goal in 4-1 loss at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 26) ... did not score a goal again until Jan. 17 when he had a career-high three-point effort (2g, 1a) in a 6-3 win over Lake Superior State ... picked up second game winner of the year in 2-0 home shutout of Boston University (Feb. 21) ... scored final goal of the year in 2-0 shutout of the Terriers in second game of the series ... had one assist in six playoff games.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 33 games in 2012-13, scoring five goals with four assists for nine points ... two of his goals were game winners ... recorded nine penalties for 18 minutes and was -1 for the season ... scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in the 5-2 win at Northern Michigan (Oct. 26) ... went 14 games with just one assist before scoring his second goal of the season in a 5-4, last-second loss at home to Alaska (Jan. 18) ... third goal of the year was the game winner in the 6-4 win over Michigan (Feb. 9) ... had a key, game-tying goal in the 3-3 overtime tie at Western Michigan (Feb. 22) ... saved his best for last as he got the game-winning goal just 29 seconds into the third period in the 3-1 win over Michigan in the CCHA championship game at Joe Louis Arena (March 24) ... was selected to the CCHA all-tournament team for his play in Detroit ... played in five postseason games and had one goal for one point.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in 36 games for Notre Dame in the 2011-12 campaign ... was the top rookie scorer with seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points ... whistled for 13 penalties, resulting in 34 penalty minutes ... was +4 on the season ... had two games with two or more points ... had a career-best four-game point streak (2g, 2a) between Jan. 21 and Feb. 3 ... wasted little time in getting his college career off to a fast start as he scored in his second game of the season, scoring in the 5-2 win over Ohio State (Oct. 14) ... added his second goal of the year the following night in a 4-3 loss to the Buckeyes in the final game at the Joyce Center ... had first two-point game of his career on Oct. 21, setting up two goals in the 5-2 win over Rensselaer in opening game at the Compton Family Ice Arena ... turned in second multi-point game with two more assists in 3-2 overtime win against Boston College (Nov. 18) ... followed with a goal (fourth) in 2-2 tie at Western Michigan (Nov. 22) ... fifth goal of the season came against the Broncos on Jan. 13 in 3-2 loss at home ... started four-game point streak with the lone goal in 2-1 loss to Michigan (Jan. 21) ... had seventh goal of the season in his return to Alaska in a 6-3 loss to the Nanooks (Jan. 27) ... assisted on a goal versus Alaska the following night in a 4-2 Irish win ... closed out the streak with a first-period assist on a T.J. Tynan goal in 2-1 win over Bowling Green (Feb. 3) ... had just one more point on the season, assisting on Jeff Costello's game-winning goal in 2-0 win against Michigan State (Feb. 24) ... played in all four postseason games without scoring.
IN THE NHL DRAFT: Selected in the fourth round, 107th overall by the Washington Capitals in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
WITH USA HOCKEY: Joined the Irish after spending the 2010-11 campaign with the U.S. National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Mich., where he was a teammate of Robbie Russo ... had his season cut short after suffering a broken leg in second game of the year that required surgery ... worked hard to return to action, getting back on the ice in February ... saw action in five games with the Under-18 team, scoring a goal and an assist for two points ... also played for the Under-17 team in 13 games, scoring twice with four assists for six points ... started the 2009-10 season with Team Illinois before being asked to join the national program ... was selected to play for the U.S. Select Under-17 team that played in the Five Nations Tournament in August 2009 and the Four Nations Cup in November 2009 ... played in 25 games in 2009-10 with the Under-17 team, picking up two goals with three assists for five points.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Mich., while playing for the U.S. National Team Developmental program ... also attended South Anchorage High School in Anchorage, Alaska ... in 2008-09 had a breakout season with 15 goals and 12 assists for 27 points in 26 games ... also played for the Alaska All-Stars ... moved to Team Illinois for 2009-10 season where he played half a year, notching nine goals and eight assists for 17 points in 31 games ... full name is Austin Lee Wuthrich ... son of Dan and Sarah Wuthrich ... has two sisters, Morgan and Emma, and one brother, Hayden ... born in Bakersfield, Calif. ... one of five Alaska natives to earn monograms at Notre Dame, joining Nathan Borega (Wasila), Tim Wallace (Anchorage), Jordan Pearce (Anchorage) and Steven Summerhays (Anchorage) ... enrolled in Notre Dame's College of Arts and Letters where he has a double major in sociology and computer applications ... signed a national letter of intent to play at Notre Dame in spring of 2011 along with current sophomore Steven Fogarty.