27 - Brett Wysopal
Brett Wysopal
Birth Date: 9/9/88
Height: 5-8
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: LaGrange Park, Ill.
High School: Brookfield Riverside
Previous College: Colorado College
Position: Defenseman
Team: Tri-City (USHL)
S/C: L

Bulldog Career: Career Statistics

Senior (2011-12 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics.

Junior (2010-11 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Skated in all team's 39 games . . . Produced a team seventh-best tying 14 points while ranking tied for third among FSU's defensemen . . . Tied for second among Bulldog leaders with 12 assists . . . Compiled a squad-leading 54 blocked shots . . . Accumulated a squad sixth-highest 11 points (1-10=11) and team-leading 39 blocked shots in 28 CCHA encounters . . . Netted a team fifth-most eight points (1-7=8) in 18 home outings . . . Generated a squad fourth-most six power play points (0-6=6) . . . Recorded at least a point in 13 contests, which included a combined six points (0-6=6) in a five-game span (2/18-3/11) . . . Notched a season-high two points on a pair of assists in regular-season finale at Ohio State (2/25) . . . Tallied the game-winning goal and turned in a plus two efficiency rating in home league win over Western Michigan (11/19) . . . Named to Minnesota's Mariucci Classic All-Tournament Team after scoring a goal and adding three blocked shots in an overtime tie at nationally-ranked Minnesota (1/1) in the tourney's third-place tilt . . . Chalked up a season game-best five blocked shots in an overtime league tie against Western Michigan (11/20) . . . Had a season game-high plus three efficiency rating to go with three blocked shots in weekend series finale versus Alabama-Huntsville (2/12) . . . Racked up season-most five points (0-5=5) in eight February matchups . . . Posted eight second-period points (2-6=8) for the season . . . Profiled in Inside College Hockey.com's 2010-11 Player Preview.

Sophomore (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Played in 39 of team's 40 contests . . . Tied for seventh in team scoring with 18 points and was second among Bulldog defensemen . . . Registered a squad second-most 57 blocked shots . . . Chosen as the CCHA Defenseman of the Week (11/9) . . . Tallied at least a point in 12 outings, which included a season-best three-point game (all assists) against Ohio State (11/21) . . . Recorded back-to-back multi-point game performances in a league home series versus Bowling Green State (11/6-7) with a pair of assists in the opener followed by a game-winning short-handed lamplighter to go with a helper in the finale . . . Chalked up two assists versus Nebraska-Omaha (3/12) in CCHA Playoff Quarterfinal-Round series opener . . . Netted the winning goal on the power play and had an assist against Nebraska-Omaha (12/5) . . . Scored a goal and turned in a plus two efficiency rating at Ohio State (1/29) . . . Blocked a season-best five shots on two occasions - at Miami (11/14) and at Lake Superior State (2/12) . . . Posted a combined five points (1-4=5) in a three-game span (10/31-11/7) . . . Compiled a season-high eight points (1-7=8) in six November encounters.      

Redshirt Sophomore (2008-09 Season): Sat out the entire season due to NCAA Division I transfer rule. 

Freshman (2007-08 Season): Attended Colorado College of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) . . . Appeared in 21 contests but didn't register a point . . . Coached by Scott Owens . . . Assessed five penalties for 10 minutes . . . Helped CC post a 28-12-1 overall record as the Tigers made a NCAA West Regional Tournament Semifinal-Round appearance . . . Donned jersey number 27. 

High School/Juniors: Competed in the 2005-06 season for the United States Hockey League's (USHL) Tri-City Storm in Kearney, Neb. . . . Coached by Bliss Littler . . . Received 2005-06 team's Defenseman of the Year Award . . . Tallied five goals and had 16 assists for 21 points in 2005-06 campaign at Tri-City . . . Produced three points with two lamplighters and an assist in nine 2005-06 league playoff outings . . . Competed in the Select Festivals . . . Selected as the Most Valuable Defenseman at the Chicago (Ill.) Fall Classic . . . Graduated in 2006 from Riverside Brookfield High School in Brookfield, Ill.

Personal: Son of Peter Wysopal and Debra Serio . . .  Born 9/9/88 in Chicago, Ill. . . . Has an older sister and a twin sister (Kaitlin) . . . Enjoys hockey, football, golf, and watching television . . . Nickname is "Wy" or "Soaps" . . . FSU Letters: Two . . . Shoots: Left . . . Integrative Studies major.

YearGPGAPTSPenMin+/-PPGSHGGWGBlk
2009-1039315181141+311257
2010-113921214714000154
Career78527321855+3113111
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