2010-11 Senior Season
Made season debut against Massachusetts (10/8) had one goal, one assist and was +2 against Nebraska-Omaha (10/16) had an assist against St. Cloud State (10/22) three-game point streak ended versus St. Cloud State (10/24) had one assist (10/29) and was +2 (10/30) at Colorado College was a combined +3 at Michigan Tech (11/19 and 11/20) and was not on the ice for any of Tech's combined five goals returned to the lineup against Michigan (11/28) after missing the Michigan State game (11/26) with an injury had one assist and blocked four shots in the win against the Wolverines had one assist at Minnesota State (12/3) recorded one assist in a 2-2 tie against No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth (12/12).
2009-10 Junior Season
Played in 38 of 39 games, missing only the season opener at North Dakota (10/16) had eight of his nine points in WCHA games scored his first career goal in his 79th game played, giving the Gophers a 3-1 second period lead in an eventual 5-1 win over Alaska Anchorage (10/30) posted an assist the following night and had points in four consecutive weekends was a part of both Gopher goals with a power play goal and an assist for his third career multiple-point game in a 3-2 loss to Minnesota Duluth (11/21) assisted the game-winning goal in a 5-2 win at Wisconsin (11/7) registered assists in each game of home series against Wisconsin (3/5-7) put a season-high four shots on goal in win over Bowling Green (1/2) paired with Seth Helgeson and Brian Schack earned his third letter.
2008-09 Sophomore Season
Played in 33 of team's 37 games had six assists, but had a pair of multiple-point games with two assists against both Brown (1/2) and Michigan Tech (3/6) also notched assists against Michigan State (11/29) and St. Cloud State (1/16) ranks second among defensemen and fourth on the team with a plus-six rating paired with Sam Lofquist for the majority of the season earned his second letter.
2007-08 Freshman Season
Competed in 41 games, including the final 33 contests of the season notched his seven assists in seven different games earned an assist in second game of WCHA playoff series at Minnesota State (3/15) and Final Five win over Colorado College (3/21) owned a plus-four rating in the nine games over the final four weekends of the season assisted team's only goal in 1-1 tie at Denver (2/8) assisted game's first goal in wins over Michigan Tech (12/1) and Minnesota Duluth (1/19) paired with R.J. Anderson for the majority of the season earned his first letter.
Played two full seasons with the Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the USHL head coach was Mark Carlson had 13 goals and 49 assists in 111 career games named first team All-USHL finished fifth overall and first among team defensemen in scoring with 8-32--40 in 57 games in 2006-07 was sixth in the USHL in scoring among defensemen led the team and ranked 15th in the league with 132 penalty minutes was second among Roughrider blueliners in scoring with 5-17--22 in 50 games during the 2005-06 season played four games with Cedar Rapids in 2004-05, helping the RoughRiders to the Clark Cup and Anderson Cup played his prep hockey at Wayzata High School was a high school teammate of fellow Golden Gopher Tony Lucia and Gopher senior defensive back Dominique Barber head coach was Carl Davis tallied 13 goals and 19 assists in 23 games to finish fourth on the team in scoring with 32 points in 2004-05 had totals of 4-17--21 in 31 games in 2003-04 as the Trojans posted a 24-5-2 record and claimed fourth place at the Minnesota State Class AA Tournament.
Applied economics major lists fishing and golfing as hobbies has a private pilot's license son of Dan and Tracey Wehrs born April 7, 1988.
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