14 Jeff Buvinow
14 Jeff Buvinow
Height: 5-9
Weight: 175
Year: Junior
Hometown: Turnersville, NJ
High School: Gunnery Prep
Position: D
Previous Team: Gunnery Prep
S/C: R

As a Sophomore in 2010: Named First Team All-Ivy ... Played in all 37 games and finished 4th on the team in scoring with 25 points (7g, 18a), all career-highs ... A vital part of Brown’s special teams, Buvinow also has 2 PPG and 1 GWG ... Earned a power play assist at RPI ... Tallied an assist against Yale ... Posted an assist against Bentley ... Scored his 1st of the year, on the power play, to give Brown a 2-0 lead in 4-1 win at Harvard; named 2nd star ... Gave Brown a 1-0 lead early in the 3rd period in 2-1 win over #4 Quinnipiac; named 1st star ... Gave Brown a 2-0 lead 2:07 into the game in 5-2 win over AIC ... Scored for the 3rd straight game in game #1 at St. Cloud State ... Notched an assist in game #2 at St. Cloud State ... Earned a point for the 5th straight game with an assist at Dartmouth ... Posted a pair of assists at #5 Yale ... Tallied an assist on the game-winning goal in 3-2 win at Clarkson ... Notched an assist on the game-winning power play goal 47 seconds into overtime in 4-3 win over RPI ... Scored his 4th PPG to bring Brown to within 2-1 against Harvard ... Notched a career-high 3 points with a goal and 2 assists in 5-5 tie with Dartmouth; his goal with 1:35 left gave Brown a 5-4 lead and capped a 3-goal run as the Bears came back to lead before the Big Green tied the score ... Earned two assists, both on the power play, at #6 Cornell ... Matched his career-high for the 6th time with a pair of assists at Princeton ... Tallied an assist on Maclellan’s power play goal, which gave Brown a 2-0 lead, in 3-2 game #3 win over RPI in the First Round ... Gave Brown a 1-0 lead 7 seconds into the second period and assisted Brown’s 2nd goal 57 seconds later as Brown earned a 3-2 win in Quarterfinal Game #1 win over #6 Yale ... Posted a power play assist in Quarterfinal game #2 at #6 Yale ... One of 28 Bears named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic Squad.

As a Freshman in 2009: Named Second Team All-Ivy and ECAC All-Rookie ... Finished second on the team in scoring with 17 points (3g, 14a) ... One of five Bears to play in all 33 games ... Was the anchor of the top power-play unit for the majority of the season ... Tallied his first career point with a powerplay assist against Yale ... Scored his first career goal, on the power-play, to tie the game at 1-1 in 2-2 tie at St. Lawrence ... Posted another power-play assist against Yale ... Earned a career-high two assists, both on the power-play, in 5-4 win over Union, earning 3rd star honors ... Picked up two more assists the next night against RPI ... Posted an assist, on the power-play, at Minnesota ... Scored a power-play goal to tie the game at 1-1 at Harvard ... Scored his third of the year against Clarkson and also had an assist ... Notched an assist for the third straight game at Cornell ... Earned an assist on the power-play against Dartmouth ... Earned another power-play assist at RPI ... Tallied another assist the next night at Union ... Recorded his 14th assist at #10 Princeton.

Before Brown: Earned NEPSHIA West First Team honors in 2008 ... Was also an Honorable Mention All-New England selection, after finishing second in defensemen scoring in all of New England with 36 points (6g, 30a) ... A team captain and MVP at the Gunnery as a senior, Buvinow also earned NEPSHIA West All-Rookie Team honors in 2007, finishing with 20 points (12g, 8a) ... Was a two-time First Team All-South Jersey selection (2005, 2006), while playing for St. Augustine Prep in Richland, NJ ... Also earned Third Team All-Non-Public (2005) and Second Team All-State (2006), helping to lead St. Augustine to the 2006 Southern Red Division Championship.

Personal: Jeffrey Baier Buvinow is the son of Basan and Christine Buvinow of Turnersville, New Jersey ... Born in 1990 ... Jeff has a sister, Charissa, and a brother, Bradley ... Member of French National Honor Society and Honor Roll student in high school ... Interests: Golf, Tennis ... Concentration: Economics.

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