|Hometown:||Colorado Springs, CO|
|High School:||New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)|
2010-11: Skated in 36 games, while serving as the Captain of the Pion eers in his final season for SHU...Ranked third on the team in points with 26 and second in assists with 20...Closed out his career with 82 total points on 24 goals and 58 assists...Scored and added an assist in 3-3 tie vs. Canisius (10/23)...Netted a power play goal at #3 Yale (11/23)...Dished out two assists in a 3-3 tie at RIT (11/27)...Registered a season-high three assists in 5-5 tie vs. Air Force (1/7)...Tallied two assists in a 3-3 tie vs. Holy Cross (2/20) and in the AHA Quarterfinal opener at Air Force (3/11).
2009-10: Enjoyed break-out season, establishing career bests in goals (13) and assists (26)...Scored game-winning goal against Air Force with 41 seconds left in regulation of the Atlantic Hockey Semifinal 2-1 win against Air Force 3/10...Named Atlantic Hockey Player of the Week on 1/18 after two-goal, three-assist weekend in series sweep of Mercyhurst...Scored twice in 4-3 win against AIC 2/13.
2008-09: Played in 37 games in sophomore season…Finished the season with two goals and nine assists for 11 total points…Scored the game winning goal January 23rd in an overtime win at home against Bentley…Added one assist in nine different games…Recorded his 10th career assist January 6 against UConn.
2007-08: Skated in 21 games in his rookie year as a Pioneer…Scored three goals and added three assists for six points…Registered his first career point, an assist on January 18 at RIT…Scored his first career goal on February 1 at Canisius.
Before SHU: Played with the Texarkana Bandits for two seasons and on the New Hampshire Jr.Monarchs for a year. He was on the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs when they where EJHL League Champions and Tier III National Champions for the season 2006-2007.
Personal: Patrick David Knowlton. Son of Corey and James. Has four brothers Jimmy, Chris,Mark, and Shawn. Enjoys playing inline hockey, snowboarding, working out, and hanging out with his family. When he graduates, he hopes to work in commercial real estate and play pro hockey.