|Hometown:||Traverse City, Mich.|
|Draft:||Atlanta, 7th Rd.|
|Team:||Sioux Falls (USHL)|
Bulldog Career: Career Statistics . . . Ranked 12th among Ferris State's all-time leading defensemen in career assists (55), 13th in career points (70), and 16th in career goals (15) prior to the 2010-11 season.
Senior (2010-11 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . An All-CCHA First-Team honoree . . . A Hobey Baker Memorial Award candidate . . . Selected Bulldogs' team captain . . . Named to Inside College Hockey's (INCH) Preseason All-America Third Team . . . Received first-team CCHA Preseason All-Conference honors . . . A Lowe's Senior CLASS Award nominee . . . Chosen to Inside College Hockey.com's First-Half All-CCHA Team . . . Claimed CCHA Defenseman of the Week recognition (1/10) . . . Drafted in the seventh round (184th overall) of the 2008 National Hockey League (NHL) Entry Draft by the Atlanta Thrashers . . . Attended the Atlanta Thrashers' Prospects Camp in the offseason.
Junior (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Earned All-CCHA Second-Team recognition . . . Attained second-team laurels by MichiganCollegeHockey.com (MiCHO). . . Three-time (Oct. 26, Dec. 14 & Jan. 11) CCHA Defenseman of the Week honoree . . . Named to the CCHA Preseason All-Conference Honorable Mention Team . . . A FSU Dean's Academic Award recipient . . . Ranked fourth in team scoring and tops among Bulldog defensemen with a career season-high 27 points on six goals and 21 assists, which also tied career single-season bests . . . Recorded a team-leading 67 blocked shots on the season, which included a game-high six stops at Michigan (1/22) and five versus Nebraska-Omaha (3/12) in a CCHA Quarterfinal-Round series opener . . . Scored a squad ninth-most six goals in 40 contests . . . His five multiple-point games ranked tied for fourth most on the squad and had at least a point in 21 outings . . . Finished fourth on team with a plus five efficiency rating . . . Had a three-point (1-2=3) night in 4-3 home league win over Western Michigan (12/12) . . . Tallied two points (1-1=2), which included a power-play game-winning marker, and was plus two in season-opening triumph at Canisius (10/9) . . . Accounted for the game-winning scores at Notre Dame (1/9) and against Michigan (1/23) . . . Scored a goal with an assist in league affairs at Notre Dame (1/9) and at Lake Superior State (2/12) . . . Distributed two helpers versus Ohio State (11/20) . . . Accumulated a squad fourth-most tying 14 points (2-12=14) in 20 home contests while tallying 10 points (3-7=10) in 16 road games . . . Posted a team-leading 16 points (4-12=16) in man-advantage situations . . . Chalked up six points (1-5=6) in eight October contests and also compiled six points (3-3=6) in 10 January outings . . . Recorded 10 (2-8=10) opening-period points on the season . . . Generated nine points (2-7=9) in the second period and had eight points (2-6=8) in third-period action . . . Finished third on the squad in Perani Cup Three Stars of the Game with 25 points in overall games and had a squad second-most tying 21 points in CCHA encounters only . . . Amassed 110 shots on the campaign . . . Recorded a game-high nine shots at Canisius (10/10).
Sophomore (2008-09 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Earned team's Most Valuable Player Award . . . Recognized as a second-team honoree by MichiganCollegeHockey.com . . . Received FSU Dean's Academic Award recognition . . . Placed second in team scoring with a career season-best 24 points on three goals with a squad-high 21 assists in all 38 games . . . Tallied at least a point in 17 of the squad's 38 contests . . . Finished the season listed 45th among the CCHA's overall points leaders while ranking 36th place in scoring for league games only . . . Recorded a team second-best 18 league points (3-15=18) in 28 regular-season outings . . . Posted 11 points (3-8=11) in 18 home encounters . . . Served as a team assistant captain . . . Registered a team-high tying five multiple-point games . . . Had a squad-high five multi-assist game performances . . . Picked as the CCHA's Defenseman of the Week (10/27) following a three-point (0-3=3) series versus Western Michigan (10/24-25) . . . Netted the winning shootout goal in an overtime league tie against Nebraska-Omaha (1/31) . . . Chalked up a team-leading 62 blocked shots, highlighted by eight in the opener of a two-game CCHA set at Alaska (2/20) . . . Named to the Vermont Sheraton/TD Banknorth Catamount Cup All-Tournament Team . . . Credited with three assists vs. Colgate (1/3) in the consolation game of the Sheraton/TD Banknorth Catamount Cup Tourney . . . Turned in a three-point (0-3=3) effort and was plus three against Nebraska-Omaha (1/30) . . . Generated a four-game (1/10-30) points streak with a combined six points (2-4=6) during that stretch . . . Totaled a team-leading nine points (2-7=9) in eight January contests . . . Produced six points (0-6=6) in seven October outings . . . Led the team with 13 power-play points (2-11=13) . . . Accumulated nine second-period points (1-8=9) while compiling seven points each (1-6=7) in both the first and third periods . . . Selected to Inside College Hockey.com's First Half All-CCHA Team in its 2008-09 CCHA Midseason Review . . . A 2008-09 CCHA Preseason All-Conference Honorable Mention Team pick . . . Profiled in Inside College Hockey.com's 2008-09 Player Preview and by the College Hockey News.
Freshman (2007-08 Season): A CCHA All-Rookie Honorable Mention Team selection . . . Recipient of FSU's Rookie of the Year Award . . . Posted a squad sixth-highest points output while leading all Bulldog defensemen in points production . . . Totaled the second-most points among FSU freshmen skaters . . . His +14 efficiency rating tied for team's second-best season performance . . . Garnered a squad fifth-best three multiple-point game performances . . . Tallied a team third-best tying nine (1-8=9) power-play points . . . Accumulated a season game-high three points (1-2=3) and was +2 against Alaska (1/11) . . . Dished a pair of assists in regular-season finale overtime win against Michigan (3/1) . . . Scored a goal and had an assist at Notre Dame (3/15) in a CCHA Tourney Quarterfinal-Round tilt . . . Scored the game-winner in a 3-2 triumph at Western Michigan (12/1) . . . Had a short-handed marker at Notre Dame (2/9) . . . Recorded at least a point in 15 games, which included a three-game point streak (11/30-12/7) . . . Notched four points each in six November games (1-3=4), six January outings (1-3=4), and six March encounters (1-3=4) . . . Had seven (3-4=7) second-period points and netted six (1-5=6) points in the game's opening period.
High School/Juniors: Competed the last two seasons (2005-06 and 2006-07) for the United States Hockey League's (USHL) Sioux Falls (S.D.) Stampede under head coach Kevin Hartzell . . . Registered a team fifth-place best 39 points on eight goals and 31 assists in 60 outings during the 2006-07 regular season . . . Helped Sioux Falls capture the 2007 Clark Cup as USHL Playoff Champions and the Anderson Cup as league regular-season champs in 2005-06 . . . His 39 points ranked top among the 2006-07 Stampede's blueliners . . . Notched three power-play goals and a game-winning lamplighter while finishing with a plus two rating for the 2006-07 campaign . . . Recipient of the team's Curt Hammer Award in 2006-07 for perseverance and sportsmanship . . . Compiled 11 points on four goals and seven assists in 48 outings during his initial season (2005-06) at Sioux Falls . . . Three-year (2004-06) member of the National Selects . . . Has served as a team captain for the past six years except for the 2005-06 season . . . Skated two seasons (2003-04 and 2004-05) for the Midget Minor "AAA" Compuware (Detroit, Mich.) Ambassadors . . . Garnered 53 points (18-35=53) in 52 contests in his final season (2004-05) with Compuware after racking up 53 points (25-28=53) in his initial 2003-04 season with the program . . . A 2006 graduate of Traverse City (Mich.) Central High School . . . Participated three years (2002-04) in baseball and one (2000) in football . . . Four-year (2003-06) National Honor Society member.
Personal: Born 7/26/88 in Houston, Texas . . . Son of Dick and Kim Redmond . . . Father is employed in the oil and gas business and mother is a nurse . . . Has a younger brother and sister . . . Hobbies include golf and exercising . . . Uncle is Big Rapids Mayor Mark Warba . . . Nickname is "Reds" . . . FSU Letters: Three . . . Shoots: Right . . . Marketing major.