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ore than just a school, Shattuck-St. Mary’s is made up of students, faculty and coaches who actively

create a living and learning community. As a coeducational,

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e seek students of above-average ability and achievement who are eager to take full advantage

of the School’s academic program and broad range of

college preparatory boarding and day school for students

extracurricular activities. Application forms can be obtained

in grades 6 through 12, we offer students the chance to

by contacting the Admissions Office at 800-421-2724 or

combine the solid foundation of challenging, motivating

507-333-1618. All of the forms are also included on the

academics with focused opportunities in extracurricular

School’s Web site: www.s-sm.org.

areas. This combination of possibilities and resources for excellence is at the heart of what we call the “& experience” and is what makes SSM so unique. What does this mean? Integrated into our academic program are the possibilities to branch out and excel in a number of areas, such as hockey, figure skating, soccer, and the arts.

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n 2005-2006, our 335 students come from 27 states and 15 countries. With an average class size of 15, and a student

to teacher ratio of 7:1, our primary goal is to prepare each student not just for college but for a confident life beyond our doors. Founded in 1858, Shattuck-St. Mary’s is one of the oldest college preparatory schools in the Midwest. 1


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Soccer Program Welcome to the 2005-2006 Shattuck-St. Mary’s Soccer Program Since announcing the development of a full-time soccer program at Shattuck-St. Mary's School a little over twelve months ago, a tremendous transformation has taken place on campus and a new chapter has been added to the illustrious history of the school. Over thirty-four soccer players from eight different states arrived on campus in late August to begin the school year and to form the first full-time boys and girls teams. As part of Shattuck-St. Mary's Centers of Excellence, these young athletes are pursuing excellence by participating in a full-time program of soccer training and competition throughout the school year. Fully committed to supporting the growth and development of the soccer program, the School reached out to alumni for support in building indoor and outdoor facilities that would provide perfect conditions for training year round. The Dane Family Field House, provides a full sized state of the art synthetic field for soccer and lacrosse during winter months. Together with the new ice arena and a second synthetic outdoor field, the SSM Sport Complex is one of the most unique sports facilities in the country today. The tremendous strides in our first year reflect the School’s commitment to excellence. We’re excited about the future and know that the experiences gained in our program and school will benefit these young soccer players throughout their life both on and off the field. On behalf of the players and coaches, I want to extend our appreciation for the support provided by the school, alumni, parents and friends that has brought to life an experience that is second to none. Tim Carter Director of Soccer

Tim Carter

Director of Soccer & Head Coach With coaching experience at the youth, collegiate and professional levels, Tim Carter’s skill in player development is nationally recognized. The former Director of Youth Development and National Staff Coach for US Soccer, Coach Carter has over twenty years of coaching experience, including twelve years at the NCAA Division I level at Illinois State, Duke and Evansville, as well as professional coaching experience with the Minnesota Thunder and Pittsburgh Riverhounds. While working for US Soccer, Tim was an instructor at national coaching schools, oversaw the U14 national development program, worked with the U17 national team program, scouted for the men’s senior national team during the 1998 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, and also served as the interim Director of Coaching. Prior to joining US Soccer, Tim was a Head Age Group Coach for the Region II Olympic Development Program. He also served as the Director of Coaching for the Illinois Youth Soccer Association and the Florida Youth Soccer Association. As a USSF “A” licensed coach, he was responsible for all player development and coach education within the state. An NSCAA Coach of the Year recipient, Coach Carter developed the soccer program at Illinois State into a top twenty program. He also served as the chairman of the ISAA national rankings committee and on the Division I Coaches Committee.

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SSM Soccer Coaches David Linenberger

Lyndsay Violi

Assistant Director of Soccer & Head Coach

Assistant Coach Girls Program

A former full-time national staff coach for US Soccer, David brings years of coaching experience at youth, collegiate and professional levels to the soccer program at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. David’s resume includes head and assistant coaching positions at University of South Carolina at Spartanburg, Fresno State University, California State University at Sacramento and San Francisco State University. While at Sacramento State, David was named NSCAA Coach of the Year for the 1987 season. Professionally, David coached with the APSL San Francisco Bay Blackhawks and the Sacramento Senators. Specializing in elite youth player development, David has been an ODP Regional Head Age Group Coach in both Region II and IV. Prior to joining US Soccer as a national staff coach, David served as the Assistant Technical Director for the Virginia Soccer Association and State Director of Coaching for the New Mexico State Youth Association. As the Assistant Director for the SSM program, David serves as a Co-Head Coach for both teams. He also teaches in the Science Department.

Lyndsay attended Lock Haven University (PA) where she graduated with a degree in Secondary Education/Biology in 2003. During her college career, Lyndsay was a midfielder on the four-year nationally ranked women’s team that won three consecutive Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championships and twice reached the NCAA National Championship Elite Eight. Lyndsay was named the MVP at the 2000 PSAC Conference Championship tournament. Following graduation Lyndsay accepted a graduate assistant coaching position at Clarion University (PA) while earning a Master’s of Education in Science Education. In addition, Lyndsay received her National Coaching Diploma in 2004 from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). At Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Lyndsay serves as an Assistant Coach for the girls soccer development program and teaches in the Science Department.

Mike Madigan

Goalkeeper Coach & Assistant Coach Boys Program A graduate of Macalester College (MN), Mike earned NSCAA AllRegion honors as a goalkeeper while posting the second best goals against average (GAA) in the nation in 2002. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, Mike accepted a position as a graduate assistant coach at Penn State Berhend. Mike returned to Minnesota to pursue a professional playing opportunity with the Minnesota Thunder. He served as the Director of Coaching for the Sibley Sting Soccer Club, staff coach for the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association ODP, as well as coaching with the Minnesota Thunder Youth Development Program. Mike holds Goalkeeper Coach Certificates I, II and III from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). At Shattuck-St. Mary's, Mike serves as the program’s Goalkeeper Coach, the Boys Assistant Coach, and as an Associate in the School’s Admissions Office. 3


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SSM Soccer Staff Director of Soccer & Head Coach: Tim Carter - tcarter@s-sm.org

Assistant Director of Soccer & Head Coach: David Linenberger - dlinenberger@s-sm.org

Assistant Girls Coach: Lyndsay Violi - lvioli@s-sm.org

Assistant Boys Coach & Youth Academy Manager: Mike Madigan - mmadigan@s-sm.org

Athletic Director: Rick Dodd - rdodd@s-sm.org

Director of Program and Facility Development: John Menk - jmenk@s-sm.org

Public Information Coordinator: Jennifer Kranz - jkranz@s-sm.org

Athletic Trainer: Eric Chaouch - echaouch@s-sm.org

Sports Complex Operations Manager: Jack Schweitzer - jschweitzer@s-sm.org

Sports Complex Staff: Ross Anderson Bob Ahrens Mark Bjoraker Steve Erickson Ben Fort

“Doc” Louis Steve Lipinski Troy Marquardt Mitch May Dennis Mayer

Jim Mosher Mike Yerhot Jim Weed

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls

GIRLS Back Row(l-r): Coach Lyndsay Violi, Samantha Peterson, Madeline Justin, Brooke Baker, Lauren Acker, Elizabeth Cloutier, Jessica Stoneman, Taylor Ochs, Sarah Bartlette, Athletic Trainer Eric Chaouch. Front Row (l-r): Coach David Linenberger, Victoria Haase, Kaelia Frazier, Jen Sturchio, Kathryn Flakne, Cat Parkhill, Rebecca Stoneman, Sloane Kuramoto, Coach Tim Carter, not pictured: Tara Masterson.

Team Roster #

Name

Position Grade Height Hometown

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Katie Flakne

GK

10

5'7''

Burnsville, MN (Burnsville Fire)

1

Cat Parkhill

GK

10

5'7''

Apple Valley, MN (PSA)

2

Lauren Acker

D

10

5'8''

West Lake, OH (Ohio Premier)

3

Kaelia Frazier

F/M

10

5'2''

Cedar Falls, IA (Cedar River Soccer Assn.)

4

Samantha Peterson D

9

5'1''

Mankato, MN (Mankato United)

5

Liz Cloutier

10

5'6''

Massillon, OH (Internationals)

6

Maddie Justin

F

9

5'2''

Faribault, MN (Faribault Soccer Assn.)

7

Becky Stoneman

M

8

5'1''

Faribault, MN (Sibley Sting)

8

Taylor Ochs

F/M

9

5'4''

Omaha, NE (Arsenal Primo)

9

Brooke Baker

D

10

5'7''

Topeka, KS (Topeka Select)

10

Sloane Kuramoto

F/M

10

4'11'' Rochester, MN (Oryx)

11

Victoria Haase

M/D

9

5'1''

13

Tara Masterson

F/M

10

5'5''

Troy, MI (Michigan Gators)

15

Sarah Bartlette

F

12

5'2''

East Grand Forks, ND (Greater Grand Forks)

17

Jessica Stoneman

D

11

5'6''

Faribault, MN (Tonka United)

21

Jen Sturchio

GK

9

5'7''

Rochester, MN (Bangu Tsunami Stars)

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Head Coaches: Tim Carter, David Linenberger Assistant Coach: Lyndsay Violi

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Olathe, KS (Kansas City Strikers)


Lauren Acker DEFENDER

Kaelia Frazier FORWARD/MIDFIELDER

Taylor Ochs FORWARD/MIDFIELDER

Jen Sturchio GOALKEEPER

#02

#03

#08

Brooke Baker DEFENDER

Victoria Haase MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER

Cat Parkhill GOALKEEPER

#09

#11

#01

Sarah Bartlette FORWARD

Maddie Justin FORWARD

Samantha Peterson DEFENDER

#15

#06

#04

Liz Cloutier DEFENDER

Sloane Kuramoto FORWARD/MIDFIELDER

Becky Stoneman MIDFIELDER

#05

#10

#07

Katie Flakne GOALKEEPER

Tara Masterson FORWARD/MIDFIELDER

Jessica Stoneman DEFENDER

#00

#13

#17

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys

BOYS Back Row (l to r): Athletic Trainer Eric Chaouch, Derek Markheim, Reed Adler, Teal Bunbury, Miles Lacey, Ryan Peterson, Chris Sutton, Baba Omosegbon, Ben Sippola, Spencer Duhaime, Quinn Bottum, Coach Mike Madigan. Front Row (l to r): Coach David Linenberger, Ryan Sappington, Ryan MacArthur, Austin Decker, Rob Kempf, Keegan Gunderson, John Tarley, Luke Sollie, Seth Jacobs, Coach Tim Carter.

Summer Soccer Programs Shattuck-St. Mary’s

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Name

Position Grade

Height Hometown

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Rob Kempf

GK

10

6’1”

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Keegan Gunderson

GK

9

5’11” Circle Pines, MN (Wings SC)

2

Baba Omosegbon

D

10

5’10” Indianapolis, IN (Indy Burn)

3

Spencer Duhaime

D/M

9

5’8”

Edina, MN (Edina Buzz)

4

Reed Adler

D

9

5’9”

Edina, MN (Edina Buzz)

5

Ben Sippola

M/D

11

5’7”

Mahtomedi, MN (Bangu SC)

6

Derek Markheim

M/F

10

5’6”

Woodbridge, VA (McLean Premier)

7

Ryan Sappington

M

10

5’1”

Barboursville, VA (SOCA)

8

Quinn Bottum

M

9

5’7”

Stillwater, MN (Bangu SC)

9

Teal Bunbury

F

10

5’10” Prior Lake, MN (Valley United)

10

Chris Sutton

M

10

6’0”

Apple Valley, MN (Valley United)

11

Seth Jacobs

M

10

5’2”

Alexandria, VA (Team America Premier)

12

Ryan MacArthur

M

9

5’6”

Zimmerman, MN (Wings SC)

13

Luke Sollie

M/F

9

5’4”

Lakeville, MN (Bangu SC)

14

Ryan Peterson

D

10

6’2”

Northfield, MN (Lakeville SC)

15

Austin Decker

F/M

9

5’6”

Tiffin, IA (Iowa SC)

June 18-22 Ages 13-16

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John Tarley

F/M

10

5’7”

Williamsburg, VA (Williamsburg SC)

Top Talent-

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Miles Lacey

D

10

5’10” Maple Grove, MN (Wings SC)

July 6-9 Ages 15-18

Head Coaches: Tim Carter, David Linenberger

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Team Roster

Day CampAug 7-11 Ages 7-12

Assistant Coach: Mike Madigan

Inver Grove Heights, MN (Valley United)


Reed Adler DEFENDER

Keegan Gunderson GOALKEEPER

Derek Markheim MIDFIELDER/FORWARD

Luke Sollie MIDFIELDER/FORWARD

#04

#01

#06

#13

Quinn Bottum MIDFIELDER

Seth Jacobs MIDFIELDER

Baba Omosegbon DEFENDER

Chris Sutton MIDFIELDER

#08

#11

#02

#10

Teal Bunbury FORWARD

Rob Kempf GOALKEEPER

Ryan Peterson DEFENDER

John Tarley MIDFIELDER/FORWARD

#09

#00

#14

Austin Decker FORWARD/MIDFIELDER

Miles Lacey DEFENDER

Ryan Sappington MIDFIELDER

#15

#17

#07

Spencer Duhaime DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER

Ryan MacArthur MIDFIELDER

Ben Sippola MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER

#03

#12

#05

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Soccer and the New SSM Sports Complex

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ueled by the need for expanded space to house its nationally recognized Hockey Program and the new Soccer Development Program, Shattuck-St. Mary's School embarked on a plan to create a new Sports Complex that brings cutting edge athletic facilities to the historic campus. Despite the large outdoor playing fields already in use on campus, the School was nevertheless lacking in year-round playing space for its new Soccer Development Program.

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n November 14th, 2005 the early winter winds died down enough for inflation to begin on the brand new Dane Family Field House – an indoor playing field adjacent to the School’s new ice arena. Just a few days prior, construction crews had completed work on a new synthetic outdoor field. With these two additions, the entire Shattuck-St. Mary's Sports Complex rapidly grew into a comprehensive facility made up of the Dane Family Field House, the synthetic outdoor field, two sheets of ice, and numerous locker rooms and offices. Rounding out an impressive array of athletic offerings, the Sports Complex adds to facilities that already include a team-building ropes course with high and low elements, tennis courts, a lacrosse field, an all-weather track, a baseball diamond, basketball courts, and volleyball courts. Located directly

across the street from the new complex is The Legacy, an 18-hole golf course owned by the School. These combined athletic facilities have quickly become an integral piece not only of the School, but of the growing Faribault community.

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he Dane Family Field House is unique in its size and scope. A beige air-supported structure, the facility is 72-feet tall enclosing 87,500 square feet – one of the few full-sized indoor soccer fields in the Upper Midwest. Constructed as a table-top flat surface, this laser-leveled field is 115 yards by 70 yards of plush green turf sculpted for pristine soccer conditions. The Sporturf synthetic surface is a rubber/sand infill mix with a two-inch monofilament fiber pile. One of the first of its kind, this fiber turf is specifically designed for durability, playability, and low abrasiveness. While the Field House will be used primarily for SSM soccer practices and games, SSM lacrosse teams, co-op teams, and intramural programs will also host an array of athletic practices, games, and events open to the School and public. The facility will also be open and available for rent in the evenings and on weekends by local community youth and adult athletic groups. Interested parties should contact John Menk at jmenk@s-sm.org.

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djacent to the Field House and easily accessible to athletes and fans, is SSM’s new 115 by 70 yard synthetic outdoor playing field. Made of two-inch “LSR” monotape fiber Sporturf, the synthetic surface also has a rubber/sand infill mix. This more traditional synthetic grass blade is suited to exposure to ultraviolet rays and weather conditions, and is designed to allow a consistently level surface through rain or heavy use. The outdoor field is a welcome addition to the campus soccer facilities.

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he Soccer Development Program may be getting used to its two new high-tech fields, but the players haven’t forgotten what it’s like to play on real turf. Two natural grass playing fields remain an integral part of the program’s training facilities. Over a century ago, the Parade Field was used by Shattuck School cadets for drills, marches, and color displays. Although the military program is now a campus memory and the cadet marches a thing of the past, the Parade Field remains the focal point of the Shattuck-St. Mary's School campus. Tucked in the half-circle of the campus drive leading to Shumway Hall, the Parade Field is central to campus activities and a great space for games and practices. The second grass field, enclosed by the outdoor running track, allows even more space for training.

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omplementing the new fields and facilities, a complete weight and conditioning center, as well as a full-time athletic trainer, also support the growth of the Soccer Development Program. By offering strategies and conditioning for preventing injury, and treating injured athletes, the training staff allows students to perform at a high level on a daily basis. The strength and conditioning program, directed by Coach David Linenberger, also serves to reduce injuries by building strength, flexibility and body awareness. Focusing on the development of muscle groups which are not commonly used in daily training, the strength curriculum works to balance athletes, reduce muscle stress and fatigue, and prevent injury.

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he Dane Family Field House was made possible by the generous donation of John Dane ‘43 and his family which includes three other alumni; brother George Dane ‘40 and sons Jim Dane ’69 and Jack Dane ‘75. The School acknowledges the generosity of this family by naming this cornerstone of the new Sports Complex in their honor.

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ll of these facets of daily life on campus combine to create the ideal environment in which to live, learn, and play soccer.

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Youth Soccer Academy

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mbodying Shattuck-St. Mary’s School’s long tradition of excellence, the newly integrated Soccer Program challenges student athletes to perform at their fullest potential both on and off the field. The centerpiece of this new program is the unparalleled full-time Soccer Development Program, which provides nine month training and games in a rigorous academic setting for dedicated soccer athletes. Collectively, the Soccer Program staff is working to develop other equally exceptional part-time programs open not only to SSM students, but to the Faribault area community. The first of these programs is the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Youth Soccer Academy (“the Academy”).

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he Academy developed out of the demonstrated need for an outstanding soccer development training program in the communities surrounding the School. Focusing on individual soccer development, the Academy has attracted top players through a personal invitation process who will play for sixteen weeks in the winter, using the resources of the School’s full-time program. Access to these premier resources, including former US Soccer National Staff Coaches Tim Carter and David Linenberger, and an on-campus state-of-the-art indoor soccer training facility The Dane Family Field House – will set the Academy apart from all other programs in Minnesota. Currently, the Academy has enrolled participants from Wayzata to Rochester and from St. Paul to Mankato.

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roudly representing the mission of the School, the Academy is the first of many part-time development programs offered as tremendous resources to the community. Providing elite soccer training, outstanding facilities, and additional learning

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opportunities to youth in the area, Shattuck-St. Mary's School hopes to enhance the possibilities for excellence in soccer in Faribault and the surrounding communities. Following the success of the inaugural year of the Academy, the School plans to announce spring recreational programs, team training sessions, summer camps, leagues, and additional programs for soccer players of all ages and abilities. For news about these developing programs check out the Shattuck-St. Mary's School Web site at www.s-sm.org. More information about the Academy can be obtained by contacting Mike Madigan at mmadigan@s-sm.org or 507-333-1609.


Our Mission As a school community, Shattuck-St.Mary’s guides young people to be strong in character, mind, body, and spirit for a life of learning and service.

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www.s-sm.org


2005-06 Soccer Yearbook