4 - Chad Billins
Chad Billins
Born: 5/26/89
Height: 5-10
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: Marysville, Mich.
Position: Defenseman
Team: Waterloo (USHL)
S/C: L

Bulldog Career: Career Statistics.

Senior (2011-12 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Selected a team co-captain.

Junior (2010-11 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Named FSU's CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Year representative . . . Received votes for CCHA All-Conference Team recognition . . . A two-time (10/11 and 11/29) CCHA Defenseman of the Week selection . . . Received FSU Dean's Academic Award . . . Skated in all 39 contests . . . Generated a team fifth-best tying 16 points on five goals and 11 assists . . . Placed tied for fourth on squad in assists (11) and tied for 10th in goals scored (five) . . . Registered a team second-most 53 blocked shots . . . Tied for third on squad with 12 (3-9=12) league points in 28 CCHA outings . . . Amassed 10 points (5-5=10) and three-game winning tallies in 20 road contests . . . Tied for top team honors with three game-winning markers - at Alabama-Huntsville (10/7) and at Michigan State (11/23 & 12/4) . . . Netted at least a point in 14 matchups, which included five of his initial seven appearances . . . Scored two goals, including game-winner, in season-opening win at Alabama-Huntsville (10/7) . . . Credited with two assists in league victory at Bowling Green State (1/7) . . . Notched a power-play lamplighter at Michigan (1/14) . . . Finished third among team's power-play points leaders with seven (3-4=7) . . . Compiled a season-high six points (2-4=6) in eight October outings . . . Posted four points (1-3=4) in eight January games and also four (0-4=4) in eight February outings . . . Produced seven (2-5=7) second-period points . . . Accumulated five (1-4=5) points in game's third period . . . Paced the junior class in points output . . . Had a season game-high four blocked shots versus Ohio State (10/22) and against Bemidji State (12/31) in a Mariucci Classic opening-round tilt.

Sophomore (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Tied for 13th place among squad's leading scorers with 11 points on three goals and eight assists in 40 games . . . His 54 blocked shots was third highest on the team . . . Compiled a squad eighth-place tying four multiple-point game efforts . . . Added two assists in season-opening win at Canisius (10/9) and turned in another two-assists effort against Bowling Green State (11/6) . . . Scored a goal with an assist on two occasions - versus Connecticut (10/17) and at Michigan State (2/20) . . . Tallied lone short-handed marker of the season at Michigan State (2/20) . . . Accounted for the deciding goal in a league-record 22-skater shootout at Miami (11/14) which proceeded a 1-1 overtime deadlock . . . Scored the decisive goal in a four-round 2-1 CCHA shootout decision at Ohio State (1/30) following a 3-3 overtime tie . . . Tied for 10th-place on team with six power-play points (0-6=6) . . . Generated a season-best four points (1-3=4) in eight October appearances . . . Produced six points (2-4=6) in 16 road contests and recorded five points (1-4=5) in 20 home games . . . Had three points (0-3=3) in six November outings and three points (1-2=3) in eight February encounters . . . Tallied five points (1-4=5) in a game's second period while notching three apiece (1-2=3) in both the first and third regulation frames . . . Recorded at least three blocked shots in a contest on nine occasions, which included a season game-best four blocked shots against Robert Morris (10/23) . . . FSU Dean's Academic Award recipient. 

Freshman (2008-09 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Finished tied for 12th on team's overall points leaders list and ranked tops among FSU's rookie points leaders with 11 points on two goals and 19 assists in 27 outings . . . Tied for third place in scoring for Bulldog defensemen . . . His 17 blocked shots tied for fifth place on the squad . . . Tied for 10th place on squad with two multiple-point game performances and tied for third place with a pair of multi-assist contests . . . Generated a squad third-most nine power-play points (1-8=9) . . . Earned CCHA Rookie of the Week recognition (12/15) following a goal (power play) with a plus three efficiency rating and a blocked shots in non-league triumph over Alabama-Huntsville (12/13) . . . Posted a season-high three points (all assists) at Western Michigan (1/10) . . . Added two assists in non-league series opener at Robert Morris (10/17) and netted first collegiate goal in finale at Robert Morris (10/18) . . . Picked up an assist apiece in two-game league series at Northern Michigan (11/28-29) . . . Chalked up five (1-4=5) third-period points and tallied four points (1-3=4) in the game's opening period . . . Blocked a season game-best two shots on five occasions - vs. Canisius (10/11), at Western Michigan (10/24), at Miami (11/8), against Notre Dame (12/6), and vs. Ohio State (1/16).

High School/Juniors: Skated the 2007-08 season for the Waterloo (Iowa) Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL) . . . Tallied 10 goals with 26 assists for a team fifth-best 36 points in 60 games during the 2007-08 campaign in leading Black Hawks to a 38-17-5 overall record . . . Coached by P.K. O'Handley . . . Produced eight power-play markers and a game-winning tally in 2007-08 . . . Finished fourth overall among USHL's 2007-08 defensemen in scoring . . . Compiled 25 points on seven goals and 18 assists in 62 2006-07 outings with the Alpena (Mich.) Icediggers . . . Attended the Under 17 and Under 16 National Development camps . . . A 2007 graduate of Marysville (Mich.) High School . . . Four-year National Honor Society member . . . Played prep baseball in freshman year.

Personal: Son of Jason and Teri Billins . . . Born 5/26/89 in Port Huron, Mich. . . . His father is a production superintendent and mother is employed as a teacher's assistant . . . Has two younger brothers . . . Enjoys fishing and music . . . FSU Letters: Three . . . Shoots: Left . . .  Marketing major.

YearGPGAPTSPenMin+/-PPGSHGGWGBlk
2008-092729111538-400017
2009-104038111326+301054
2010-1139511161020+130353
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