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Kristoffer Aarskog
Kristoffer  Aarskog


Bergen, Norway

High School:
Eld Vidaregaande Skule

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 170



Management Information Systems

Junior (2003): One of the most prolific goal scorers in program history...played in 20 games, starting 16...set four season program records (goals, points, shots and game-winning goals)...became the first player in program history to be named the Atlantic Sun Player-of-the-Year...first player in program history to earn NSCAA Second-Team All-Region honors...named to the A-Sun First-Team for the second consecutive year...became only the second player in program history to earn First-Team All-Conference honors two consecutive years...leader of an offense that was ranked fourth in the nation in goals per game...finished the season with 17 goals, six assists and 40 points on 72 shots...set records for goals in a season, points in a season, shots in a season and game-winning goals in a season (6)...led the A-Sun in goals, goals per game (0.85), points, points per game (2.00) and game-winning goals...second in the A-Sun in shots and shots per game (3.60)...tied for sixth in assists and 10th in assists per game...tied for fourth in the nation in points per game, tied for fifth in points overall, fifth in goals per game and tied for fifth in goals overall...recorded three multi-goal record of 10-4 when he scored at least one goal and 11-4 when he recorded at least two points...recorded at least two points in 15 of 20 games...tied a career high with six shots, scoring two goals in a 4-3 overtime loss to South Florida (8/29)...scored his third goal of the season and first game-winner on six shots along with his first assist of the season in 3-1 win over Providence (9/12)...recorded his second multi-goal game of the season in 4-1 win over Charlotte (9/14)...earned his first A-Sun Player-of-the-Week honor after recording three goals and an assist against Providence and Charlotte...set a new career high by attempting eight shots, scoring his eighth goal of the season and third game-winning goal in 2-1 win over Stetson (10/3)...followed Stetson game with his third multi-goal game of the year and fourth game-winning goal in 3-1 win over Jacksonville (10/5)...named A-Sun Player-of-the-Week for the second time after scoring three goals, including two game-winners, against two A-Sun opponents...earned A-Sun Player-of-the-Week for a record third time after recording one game-winning goal and two assists against Campbell and Gardner-Webb...finished the season scoring four goals in four games...helped lead FAU to its third conference final in seven years, recording two goals and two assists...named to the A-Sun All-Tournament of three Owls to be named to the All-Tournament team...ranks third on FAU's all-time points, goals and shots list...ranks second in all-time game-winning goals...tied for third for shots in game (8) and tied for second for consecutive games with a goal.

Sophomore (2002): Played in 17 games, starting of only three players to play in all 17 games...finished the season with 11 goals, two assists and 24 points...led the Owls in goals, points, shots and game-winning goals...named to the A-Sun First-Team All-Conference Team...led the A-Sun in shots and shots per game (3.41), tied for second in goals and tied for third in points...recorded three multi-goal games...scored first career goal in 7-0 win over Vanderbilt (9/9)...scored two goals, including the game-winner, in 6-1 win over Campbell (10/10)...scored two goals in 7-0 win over Gardner-Webb (10/12)...earned A-Sun Player-of-the-Week honors for the week of October 14 after scoring four goals against two A-Sun opponents...scored two goals, including the game-winner, in 3-2 win over Adelphi (11/3)...recorded his first career assist in 4-2 loss against South Florida (9/22).

High School: Attended Eld Vidaregaande Skule.

Personal: Management Information Systems major...born May 21, 1979...son of Fostein Aarskog and Eli Forde.

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