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Notre Dame Hockey: Andrew Oglevie Player Profile

Getting to know one of Notre Dame’s biggest scoring threats.

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Andrew Oglevie is a junior forward for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish hockey team. In 89 career college games, he has recorded 35 goals and 33 assists for a total of 68 points.


Andrew Oglevie was born on February 16, 1995 in Fullerton, California. He played a year at Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana during the 2010-11 school year before spending the next four seasons as a member of the Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the United States Hockey League (USHL). He registered 114 points in 211 career games, including 53 points in 50 games his final season with the Roughriders in 2014-15.

Oglevie joined Notre Dame for the 2015-16 season, scoring five goals and four assists in 31 games. He enjoyed a breakout year as a sophomore, recording 21 goals and 20 assists for 41 points in 40 games. His most notable goal came during overtime of the 2017 Northeast Regional Final of the NCAA Tournament, when he buried a feed from teammate Anders Bjork into the back of the net to defeat Umass-Lowell 3-2 and advance Notre Dame to the 2017 Frozen Four in Chicago.

So far this season, Oglevie has registered nine goals and nine assists for 18 points in 21 games.


Oglevie started with the Irish as more of a perimeter player, but has since developed into a major scoring threat as his career has progressed. He is a solid two way forward and currently tied with defenseman Jordan Gross for second on the team in total points. He regularly plays as the center of Notre Dame's second line, and serves as an assistant captain along with Gross.