|Hometown:||Great Falls, VA|
|High School:||Ann Arbor Pioneer|
|Previous Team:||U.S. NTDP|
As a Sophomore in 2010: Was the Bears’ primary goalie for the entire season, playing in 35 of 37 games (32 starts) ... Posted a 3.35 GAA and a .902 save percentage in just under 1830 minutes ... His 934 saves ranks 3rd all-time at Brown ... Stopped 31 of 32 shots in season opener at #9 Princeton ... Recorded 29 saves in 3-3 tie at Union ... Made 25 the next night at RPI ... Stopped 28 shots against #3 Cornell ... Made 33 saves in relief of an injured Rosen at PC ... Made 25 saves on 26 shots to earn his first win of the season, 8-1 over UConn; named 3rd star ... Stopped 42 of 43 shots in 4-1 win at Harvard; named 1st star ... Posted 36 saves on 37 shots in 3-1 win over Princeton; named 2nd star ... Stopped 22 of 23 shots in 2-1 win over #4 Quinnipiac; named 2nd star ... Earned his 5th straight win with 24 saves in 5-2 win over AIC ... Earned HCA National Player of the Month honors (December) ... Named INCH Player of the Week and ECAC Goalie of the Week honors following the wins over Harvard, Princeton & Quinnipiac ... Stopped 30 shots in game #1 at St. Cloud State ... Made 30 the next night against the Huskies ... Stopped 45 shots, two shy of his career-high, at #5 Yale ... Made 25 saves on 27 shots in 3-2 win at Clarkson ... Stopped 27 shots in 4-3 OT win over RPI ... Made 31 saves, including all 22 he faced over the final 45 minutes, in 2-2 tie with #18 Union ... Stopped 36 shots in 5-5 tie with Dartmouth ... Made 33 saves on 37 shots at #6 Cornell ... Stopped 23 shots in 3-2 win over Clarkson ... Posted 26 the next night in 2-2 tie with St. Lawrence ... Notched 46 saves, one shy of his career-high, at Princeton ... Made 24 saves in 3-1 win at RPI in game #1 of ECAC First Round ... Stopped 30 shots in game #2 against the Engineers ... Recorded 28 saves, including 12 in the third period, in 3-2 win in deciding game ... Earned ECAC Goalie of the Week honors for the 2nd time following the series win over RPI ... Stopped 37 shots, including all 15 he faced in the 2nd period, in game #1 Quarterfinal win over #6 Yale; named 1st star ... Named 1st star after stopping all 44 shots he faced, including 19 in the third period, in 1-0 Quarterfinal series clinching win over #6 Yale ... One of 28 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Squad.
As a Freshman in 2009: Came on strong towards the middle of the season and won the starting job, playing the final 11 games of the year ... Made history in Brown's first round playoff series at Harvard, as the Bears became the first team to ever shutout the Crimson in back-to-back games on their home ice ... Played in 18 games, earning 17 starts ... Led Brown with a 2.67 GAA and a .930 save percentage, third in the ECAC, to go along with two shutouts ... Named INCH Player of the Week after stopping all 86 shots he faced in an ECAC First Round sweep of Harvard ... Made his first career start against UConn and tallied 24 saves ... Picked up a 1-1 tie against Western Michigan in the third place game of the Dodge Holiday Classic, allowing just a power-play goal, with a career-high 43 saves; named 1st star ... Notched 36 saves against Clarkson ... Stopped 32 of 33 shots in 4-1 win at Colgate, Brown's first win in Hamilton since 1993 ... Made 31 saves the next night at Cornell ... Recorded 42 saves against Princeton ... Made 39 saves in 2-0 loss at Merrimack, allowing just a 5x3 goal and a powerplay goal ... Notched 26 saves at RPI ... Had 41 saves the next night at Union, allowing two goals ... Matched his career-high with 43 saves at #10 Princeton ... Made 25 saves, allowing just a 5x3 power-play goal and an extra attacker goal, in 3-2 win at Quinnipiac ... Stopped 38 shots in a 3-3 tie with Colgate ... Made 39 the next night in 3-2 overtime loss to #10 Cornell ... Stopped all 39 shots he faced to post his first career shutout, 1-0 over Harvard, in game #1 of the ECAC First Round; named 1st star ... Recorded a career-high 47 saves the next night to post his second straight shutout over the Crimson as Brown swept the First Round series, becoming the first team to ever shutout Harvard in consecutive games; named 1st star ... Named 3rd star after stopping 31 shots in game one of ECAC Quarterfinals at Yale ... Stopped 34 shots the next night ... One of 24 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Squad.
Before Brown: Clemente spent the 2007-2008 season with the U.S. National Team Developmental Program ... Appeared in seven games with the Under-18 Team, posting a 2.88 GAA and a .879 save percentage ... Recognized as the NAHL North Division Player of the Week in late February while playing with te U-18 Team ... Also played in 16 games with the Under-17 Team, earning a 3.19 GAA and a .889 save percentage ... Spent most of the 2006-2007 season with the Under-17 Team, earning a .879 save percentage on the season (28 games), and winning his only start with the Under-18 Team ... Prior to joining the USNTDP, Clemente was a member of the Washington Junior Capitals, posting a 2.17 GAA, a .933 save percentage, and a 22-7-0 record during the 2005-2006 season.
Personal: Michael Douglas Clemente is the son of Christopher Clemente and Tracy Schar of Great Falls, Virginia ... Born in 1990 ... Michael has three brothers, Nicholas, Dylan, and Noah, and two sisters, Maddy and Haley ... Grandfather, Dwight Schar, played football for the Washington Redskins ... Honor Roll student while at Ann Arbor Pioneer (2006-2008) ... Recipient of the 2006 Jacob Jackson Memorial Award while playing at Gonzaga College High in Washington, DC ... Interests: Weightlifting, Reading ... Concentration: Economics.
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