|Hometown:||Big Rapids, Mich.|
|High School:||Big Rapids|
Senior (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . A post-season honors candidate . . . Selected as a Lowe's Senior CLASS Award candidate as a top NCAA Division I senior student-athlete . . . Returns as the Bulldogs' team captain . . . One of the CCHA's top veteran forwards . . . Has great hockey sense and is an excellent-conditioned athlete . . . An effective two-way player . . . Driven individual who loves to compete and possesses a strong desire to improve on a daily basis . . . Mature and highly-dedicated individual . . . Can play all forward positions and will be counted upon heavily in all game situations . . . Career Statistics.
Junior (2008-09 Season): Served as team captain . . . Inaugural recipient of program's Community Service Award . . . Nominated for the 2009 Bank of New York Mellon Hockey Humanitarian Award as college hockey's finest citizen . . . Chosen as a finalist for 2009 National STUDENT-Athlete Day Giant Steps Award in civic leader category . . . A Hockey Coaches of America (HCA) 2009 Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award nominee . . . A FSU Dean's Academic Award recipient . . . Skated in 33 of team's 38 contests . . . Generated seven goals with five assists for a team 10th-place tying 12 points . . . Tallied eight points (5-3=8) in 27 league regular-season outings . . . Shared the team lead with two game-winning lamplighters . . . Tied for sixth-place team honors with three multiple-point games . . . Scored a pair of lamplighters in a home league win against Western Michigan (10/25) . . . Turned in a three-point (1-2=3) season-opening series performance versus Canisius (10/10-11), which featured a two-point (1-1=2) night in the series finale . . . Produced the game-tying regulation goal and added an assist to go with a plus two efficiency rating in overtime league tie at Michigan State (2/6) . . . Registered a goal apiece in contests at Nebraska-Omaha (11/15), vs. Notre Dame (12/5), and against Alabama-Huntsville (12/13) . . . Compiled four power-play points (3-1=4) on the season . . . Totaled a squad fourth-most 18 blocked shots, which included two in a game on four occasions . . . Most productive month was October with a team fourth-most tying five points (3-2=5) in five outings . . . Racked up three points (1-2=3) in seven February matches . . . Registered six points (4-2=6) in the first period and netted four (1-3=4) second-period points . . . Tied for squad runner-up honors in Perani Cup Three Stars of the Game with 15 points in overall contests . . . Game-By-Game Statistics.
Sophomore (2007-08 Season): Recipient of Ferris' Lloyd Earl Trophy as the squad's top points leader and Blue Line Competitive Award (teams top competitor) . . . Paced the Bulldogs with a career-high 30 points while garnering team highs in multi-point games (seven) and first assists (12) to go along with a squad-best tying two game-winning goals . . . Finished second on team with 10 power-play points (4-6=10) and tied for third in goals (11) . . . Tallied at least a point in 22 of 39 games played . . . Posted a season-best 16 first-period points (7-9=16) . . . Recorded a career-high three assists at Connecticut (12/30) in championship game of the Toyota UConn Hockey Classic . . . Scored two goals in a game twice - vs. Miami (2/15) and vs. Western Michigan (3/7), including the game-winner, in a CCHA Tourney First-Round tilt . . . Had a pair of five-game point streaks (2/8-22 and 2/29-3/14) with six points (3-3=6) apiece in each span . . . Claimed a month-best seven points (3-4=7) in seven November contests and (3-3=7) in nine February outings . . . FSU Dean's Academic Award honoree . . . Served as an assistant captain.
Freshman (2006-07 Season): Selected as FSU's Rookie of the Year following his team third-place leading 23 points which was tops among all Bulldog freshmen skaters . . . Scored a squad seventh-best tying eight goals . . . Led all Ferris State forwards in plus-minus rating . . . Paced the team with a trio of three-point game efforts - 2-1=3 at Wayne State (1/13), 0-3=3 at Notre Dame (2/23), and 0-3=3 at Lake Superior State (3/2) in CCHA Tourney First-Round play . . . Accounted for the game-winning tallies at Western Michigan (10/20) and vs. Bowling Green State (2/16) on a power-play lamplighter to share top team honors in game-winning markers . . . Notched an unassisted short-hander and a power-play goal at Wayne State (1/13) en route to a three-point (2-1=3) game effort . . . Registered a goal and an assist in victory against Nebraska Omaha (1/20) . . . First collegiate point was a goal versus Mercyhurst (10/13) and was +2 for the contest . . . Also generated a marker at Miami (12/2) and Northern Michigan (1/5) . . . Credited with a helper in both series' meetings at Ohio State (2/2-3) . . . Totaled both a squad second-place best five multiple-game performances and 11 first assists . . . Scored goals in seven different games and points in 15 encounters . . . Amassed a personal month-best seven points (4-3=7) in eight January contests . . . Ranked tied for eighth with six (3-3=6) power-play points . . . Inked during the November 2005 early-signing period.
High School/Juniors: Received 2005-06 team Most Valuable Player laurels while skating for the Waterloo (Iowa) Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL) . . . Coached by P.K. O'Handley . . . Compiled 42 points (14-28=42) in 57 2005-06 outings . . . Tallied 11 goals with 17 assists for 28 points in the 2004-05 campaign as a member of the USHL's Tri-City Storm, which posted a 37-17-6 overall record . . . Competed his first season (2003-04) in the junior ranks for the Lonestar Calvary (Fort Worth, Texas)?of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) . . . Honored as the Calvary's 2003-04 Rookie of the Year as a result of generating 44 points (18-26=44) in 56 contests . . . A three-time all-state Division III selection at Big Rapids (Mich.) High School . . . Prepped by Brian Guiney . . . A 2003 graduate . . . Four-sport prep athlete. . . Participated in golf (1999-00), cross country (2001-02) and track (2000-02) for the Cardinals . . . Was selected to the Team Michigan squad which consists of the state's 20 best hockey prep seniors.
Personal: Born 3/17/85 in Big Rapids, Mich. . . . Son of Bart Chupp and Jill Caskey . . . Has a younger sister and brother . . . Father is a dental technician and mother a dental hygienist . . . Nickname is "Chupper" . . . FSU Letters: Three . . . Shoots: Right . . . Elementary Education major.