Bulldog Career: Career Statistics.
Junior (2011-12 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics.
Sophomore (2010-11 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Claimed FSU's Lloyd Earl Trophy as team's leading scorer . . . Produced 21 points on 10 goals and 11 assists in 36 games . . . Tallied a team-leading 10 goals while his 11 helpers ranked tied for fourth most on the squad . . . Tied for third on team with 12 points (4-8=12) in 25 CCHA outings . . . Notched at least a point in 15 encounters . . . Recorded a squad-high 15 points (7-8=15) in 18 away contests . . . Chalked up six points (3-3=6) in 17 home affairs . . . Shared top team honors with 11 power-play points (5-6=11) . . . Led squad on multiple-point games (six) and multi-goal games (three) while placing second in first assists (seven) and tying for second in multi-assist games (two) . . . Accumulated a squad seventh-most tying 23 blocked shots . . . Concluded season riding a five-game points streak and had a combined nine points (5-4=9) during that span . . . Scored twice, including the game winner, at Western Michigan (3/11) in CCHA Tournament Quarterfinal Series opener and supplied two goals vs. Western Michigan (3/13) in series' deciding third game . . . Found the back of the net twice against Alabama-Huntsville (2/11) . . . Connected for a lamplighter apiece against Alaska (12/11), at Bowling Green State (1/8), at Alaska (2/5), and at Ohio State (2/25) . . . Turned in a two-point (1-1=2) night at Ohio State (2/25) in regular-season finale . . . Registered two points each in a contest in three consecutive outings (2/24-3/11) . . . Credited with two assists in season opener at Alabama-Huntsville (10/7) . . . Amassed season-high seven points (4-3=7) in eight February games . . . Registered five points (4-1=5) in three March outings and had four points (0-4=4) in eight October contests . . . Garnered seven points (4-3=7) in third period alone . . .
Freshman (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Appeared in 34 contests . . . Placed tied for 13th in team scoring with 11 points on seven goals and four assists . . . Tallied a squad eighth-most seven lamplighters . . . Finished second among the Bulldogs' top freshmen points producers . . . Tabbed as the CCHA CCM Rookie of the Week (Nov. 9) following a three-point (3-0=3) series against Bowling Green State (11/6-7) . . . Turned in two multiple-point game performances on the season . . . Scored twice (2-0=2) in a 3-2 league win versus Bowling Green State (11/7) and recorded a goal with an assist in a 2-2 league overtime tie against Western Michigan (2/26) . . . Netted the game-winning goal on a power-play opportunity in a 2-1 non-league series opening victory against Connecticut (10/16) and also tallied the decisive score in a 5-1 weekend series-opening decision over Bowling Green State (11/6) . . . First collegiate point came on a third-period goal in season opener at Canisius (10/9) . . . Credited with an assist in CCHA tilts at Alaska (10/31), at Miami (11/14), and at Notre Dame (1/10) . . . Netted a power-play marker against Ohio State (11/20) in a weekend home league series opener . . . Accumulated a combined six points (4-2=6) during a six-game span . . . Produced seven points (6-1=7) in 16 home contests and had four points (1-3=4) in 15 away games . . . Registered five points (4-1=5) in six November outings . . . Had three points (2-1=3) in seven October appearances . . . Generated five (3-2=5) second-period points . . . Recorded four (3-1=4) points in a game's opening period . . . Totaled five (3-2=5) points in power-play situations . . . Compiled 46 shots on the season, which included a game-high six versus Bowling Green State (11/7).
High School/Juniors: Skated as a member of the British Columbia Hockey League's Penticton (British Columbia) Vees for the 2008-09 season . . . Coached by Fred Harbinson . . . Registered a 2008-09 squad fourth-highest and league 37th-place 53 points on 25 goals and 28 assists in 60 games to go with seven power-play markers, one short-handed tally, and four game-winning lamplighters . . . A two-time (2006-07 and 2007-08) Junior B All-Star Team selection for the Tecumseh (Ontario) Chiefs of the Western Ontario Hockey League's (WOHL) . . . Compiled a league second-most 74 points on 32 goals with 42 assists in 45 2007-08 season outings with Tecumseh . . . Tallied 15 power-play goals and scored five game-winning lamplighters in the 2007-08 campaign as the 34-12-2 Chiefs won both the WOHL Championship title and the Sutherland Cup . . . Honored as the WOHL's Player of the Month in November 2007 . . . Finished second among Tecumseh's top points getters with 63 points via 31 goals and 32 assists to earn 2006-07 WOHL Rookie All-Star accolades . . . Earned 2005-06 Rookie of the Year laurels skating for the Essex 73's of the Great Lakes Junior 'C' League . . . A 2007 graduate of St. Vincent Massey Secondary in Windsor, Ontario . . . Competed two seasons (2004-05) in track & field and one (2007) in baseball.
Personal: Born 2/17/89 in Windsor, Ontario . . . Son of Shane and Nancy Ouellette . . . Has three older brothers . . . One brother (Brit) is a junior on both the 2009-10 men's golf and men's ice hockey teams at Davenport University (Mich.) while his other brother (Chad) is a sophomore on the 2009-10 DU men's ice hockey team . . . Both Brit and Chad are captains of their respective teams this season . . . Nickname is "Tav" . . . Hobbies include golf and tennis . . . FSU Letters: Two . . . Shoots: Right . . . Marketing major.