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Table of Contents Shattuck-St. Mary’s Hockey History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Shattuck-St. Mary’s Today . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 SSM Boys Prep Team Wins 2008 National Title . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 SSM Hockey Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7 NHL Draft Picks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Off The Ice But Still In The Game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9 College Counseling and the Student-Athlete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 SSM Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Shattuck-St. Mary’s Hockey Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 SSM Hockey Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 SSM Hockey Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 SSM Athletic Training Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Girls Prep Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 Girls U16 Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Boys Prep Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Boys Midget AAA Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Boys U16 Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25 Boys Midget AA Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 Boys Bantam Tier I Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29 Boys Bantam A Hockey Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Shattuck-St. Mary’s Successes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Hockey History 1948 SHATTUCK HOCKEY TEAM first National Championship tournament. Three short years later, in 1999, the Boys Prep team, led by Andy Murray, former Head Coach of the Los Angeles Kings, kicked off what would become a tradition of excellence by winning its first Tier I Boys U18 National Championship title. The Boys Prep team has since won four more National Championships–in 2001, 2003, 2005, and 2007. Also in 2005, 2006 and 2007, the Girls Prep team capped its seasons as three-peat Tier I Women’s U19 National Champions.

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uilt in the heart of Minnesota, it was inevitable that

Shattuck-St. Mary’s School would enjoy a long history of

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hese days, the SSM hockey program is made up of eight

teams playing a seven-month schedule of 50-70 games per

hockey on its campus. The first recorded official hockey team

season. The two girls teams, two bantam teams and four

at Shattuck School banded together in 1925 to skate on a small

midget teams practice daily on two campus ice rinks, and

pond in the area where Clapp Dormitory now stands. Over the

compete in games and tournaments around the United States

years, hockey remained a tenacious presence at Shattuck School,

and Canada. Under the leadership of Director of Hockey Tom

and in 1968 the campus’ first indoor ice rink was built–a lofty

Ward and Director of Prospect Evaluation J.P. Parisé, supported

arched construction now affectionately referred to as “The

by an incredible staff of coaches, trainers, and teachers, the

Barn.” Throughout the late 1980s, the SSM hockey program

SSM hockey program has grown into the premier program

saw hard times as school enrollment dropped and players were

in the United States. As Sports Illustrated magazine put it,

harder to come by. For a few years, SSM partnered in a co-op

“Shattuck-St. Mary’s School is to high school hockey what

program with Faribault High School in order to get a full team

Harvard is to law school.”

on the ice and in 1989 had only two players on the roster. Then, in 1990, the school embarked on a visionary plan to bring hockey back to SSM–stronger than ever. In the first year of SSM’s new phase of hockey, players were recruited from all over the country to join in the building of a new program. In its second year, the fledgling program had already garnered enough attention to add a second team. By 1993, SSM had outgrown the local high school hockey league and expanded its season to include a full schedule of USA Hockey games and tournaments. In 1996, the School fielded its first girls hockey team, and the top boys midget team skated to its very

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Today Upper School Campus

Middle School Campus

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hockey student-athlete at Shattuck-St. Mary’s both studies hard and plays hard. It is this very combination of rigorous college-prep academics and exceptional hockey skill development that sets Shattuck-St. Mary’s apart from other schools and programs. At the heart of the School, is the belief that we are preparing young men and women for life beyond high school. This preparation is first and foremost – academic. The vast majority of our graduates are consistently admitted to their first-choice college choices. Once at college, our graduates report that they are exceedingly well-prepared

academically. When it comes to hockey, our results speak for themselves in terms of placements into Division I and III programs and our growing numbers of alumni in the NHL. And, many of our graduates find great satisfaction participating in club programs at the college level. Hockey passion is fueled at SSM, continues into the college years and beyond.

Founded in 1858, Shattuck-St. Mary’s is one of the oldest college preparatory schools in the Midwest. In 2008-09, our 434 students come from 39 states and 17 countries. With an average class size of 12, and a student to teacher ratio of 9 to 1, our primary goal is to prepare each student not just for college but for a confident life beyond our doors. We 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 extracurricular activities. Students can apply online by visiting the School’s website: www.s-sm.org. For more information about SSM and our application process, please contact the Admissions Office at 800-421-2724 or 507-333-1618.

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-HOCKEY NATIONALS-

SSM Boys Prep Team Wins

2008 National Title! - by Julie Jensen For the sixth time, Shattuck-St. Mary’s School Boys Prep team was the best in the nation at the end of the 2007-08 season. The USA Hockey 18 and Under Tier I boys national championship capped off a 47-12-3 season for SSM. “Every championship is special but this is the first time here that I’ve coached back-to-back championships,”said Coach Tom Ward.“It’s great that this group, most of this group, was able to win it again. We didn’t have any particular player who carried the day. It was a true team effort and everyone contributed.” In the tournament, Derek Stepan ’08 scored six goals and had seven assists. Eli Zuck ’08 had three goals and five assists, and Jordan Murray ’08 scored two goals (both in the championship) and had six assists. Playing what Coach Ward called “one of our best games of the year,”SSM defeated Team Illinois, 5-1, at the Amherst Pepsi Center in Amherst, N.Y., to repeat as the 18U Tier I champions. “I had a good feeling before the game that the kids were going to play well,”said Coach Ward.“I could just see throughout the day that they were in a good rhythm. They weren’t nervous or anxious, just very focused.” Team Illinois had won 13 straight playoff games to get to the final. But SSM, which lost a game in pool play, dominated the championship game, taking 39 shots while Geoff Sadjadi ’08 made 17 saves. SSM broke a 1-1 tie with 19.6 seconds left in the first period and didn’t trail again. Despite losing a number of key seniors, Coach Ward sees a bright future for Shattuck-St. Mary’s hockey. “Moving into the season, we are looking to fill a number of spots on the Boys Prep team and throughout the program,”said Coach Ward.“Our program is healthy, with capable players moving up throughout the program. I look forward to watching the players’ progress.”

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SSM Hockey Honor Roll Shattuck-St. Mary’s Alumni at their highest level of achievement to date.

Name

Current College/Team/League

Don Hitesman ’57 . . . . . . . . Macalester College Larry Leach ’58 . . . . . . . . . . Macalester College Rick Barr ’75 . . . . . . . . . . . . Hamline, MIAC Dan Swenson ’78 . . . . . . . . University of Minnesota, WCHA Brad Cohen ’84 . . . . . . . . . . Colgate, ECAC William A. Hays II ’84 . . . . . . Concordia College, MIAC Peter Shimabukuro ’85 . . . . . Colgate, ECAC Tom Shimabukuro ’86 . . . . . Princeton University, ECACHL Tim Erickson ’88 . . . . . . . . . UCONN, Hockey East Scott Gruber ’92 . . . . . . . . . . Minnesota Crookston, MCHA Mike Elmor ‘92 . . . . . . . . . . Minnesota Crookston, MCHA Jimmy Alauria ’93 . . . . . . . . Rockford IceHogs, UHL, Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville Jesse Bull ’93 . . . . . . . . . . . Richmond Renegades, ECHL, Univ. of North Dakota Joe Casey ’93 . . . . . . . . . . . Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees, CHL, Denver University Beau Garrett ’93 . . . . . . . . . Colorado College, WCHA Trevor Petrah ’93 . . . . . . . . . Ohio State University Jimmy Nicol ’93 . . . . . . . . . . Colorado College, WCHA Matthew Scodellaro ’93 . . . . St.Norbert, NCHA Michael Acosta ’94 . . . . . . . . Trenton Titans, ECHL, Princeton University Ty Conklin ’94 . . . . . . . . . . . Detroit Red Wings, NHL, Univ. of New Hampshire Brian Guastella ’94 . . . . . . . . Hamilton, NESCAC Chris Herbolsheimer ’94 . . . . Mercyhurst, Atlantic Hockey Michael Lewandowski ’94 . . . Mercyhurst, Atlantic Hockey Nils Satterstrom ’94 . . . . . . . University of Maine, Hockey East Ian Tyson ’94 . . . . . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Ryan Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colby College, NESCAC Darren Beers ’95 . . . . . . . . . University of Maine, Hockey East Terry Bevan ’95 . . . . . . . . . . Hamilton College, NESCAC Aaron Boone ’95 . . . . . . . . . University of Maine, Hockey East Lanner Fayad ’95 . . . . . . . . . RIT, Div. 1 Ind. Cameron Petke ’95 . . . . . . . . Middlebury, NESCAC Scott Shelton ’95 . . . . . . . . . Air Force, CHA Aaron Toews ’95 . . . . . . . . . Northeastern University, ECAC Levi Clegg ’96 . . . . . . . . . . . San Antonio Iguanas, CHL, Cornell Univ. John Guastella ’96 . . . . . . . . Lake Forrest, NCHA Jeff Horstman ’96 . . . . . . . Univ. of Minnesota - Duluth, WCHA Peter Ratchuk ’96 . . . . . . . . . Houston Aeros , AHL, Bowling Green Univ. Bryce Wallnutt ’96 . . . . . . . . Denver University, WCHA Nick Anthony ’97 . . . . . . . . . University of Minnesota, WCHA Kyle Armstrong ’97 . . . . . . . . St. John’s Univ., MIAC Jared Cantanucci ’97 . . . . . . . Varese HC, Italy, Harvard University Mike Chin ’97 . . . . . . . . . . . Trenton Titans, ECHL, Notre Dame Noah Clarke ’97 . . . . . . . . . . New Jersey Devils, NHL, Colorado College, WCHA Christian Fletcher ’97 . . . . . . Saint Angelo Saints, CHL Aaron Gill ’97 . . . . . . . . . . . Cleveland Barons, AHL, Notre Dame Jakob Heisler ’97 . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin ,WCHA Quinton Krueger ’97 . . . . . . . Michigan Tech, WCHA

Betsey Kukowski ’97 . . . . . . University of Minnesota ,WCHA Matt Medvecz ’97 . . . . . . . . Corpus Christi Rayz, CHL, Miami of Ohio Ford Lannan ’97 . . . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Erik Lillevik ’98 . . . . . . . . . . Lake Forrest, NCHA Steve Remelius ’97 . . . . . . . . St. Norbert, NCHA Dan Gustafson ’98 . . . . . . . . Elmira, ECAC - West Daykin Marini ’98 . . . . . . . . . St. Michaels, ECAC - East Dave Carpentier ’98 . . . . . . . New Mexico Scorpions, CHL, Providence College Byron Cooper ’98 . . . . . . . . . Minnesota - Crookston, MCHA Nicholas Edling ’98 . . . . . . . . Elmira, ECAC - West Matt Hoppe ’98 . . . . . . . . . . Tulsa Oilers, CHL, Univ. of New Hampshire Jeff Jurek ‘99 . . . . . . . . . . . Canisius College, Atlantic Hockey Megan Keator ‘98 . . . . . . . . MN. State Univ.- Mankato, WCHA Tomi Krmpotich ’98 . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Brandon Michael Love ’98 . . . Bentley College, Atlantic Hockey Clark McPherson ’98 . . . . . . . Elmira, ECAC - West Max Bull ’99 . . . . . . . . . . . . Arizona Sundogs, CHL, Denver University Ryan Caldwell ’99 . . . . . . . . New York Islanders, NHL, Denver University Max Feldman ’99 . . . . . . . . . Salve Regina, ECAC - Northwest Randy Harris ’99 . . . . . . . . . Toledo Storm, ECHL, Niagara Laura Geiselman ’99 . . . . . . . Minnesota Whitecaps, NWHL, St. Cloud State Univ. Carrie Gill ’99 . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio State University, WCHA Drew Lindow ’99 . . . . . . . . . Babson , ECAC - East Cliff Loya ’99 . . . . . . . . . . . . Asiago HC, Italy, Univ. of Maine Ryan Malone ’99 . . . . . . . . . Tamps Bay Lightning, NHL, St. Cloud State WCHA Kurt Simer ’99 . . . . . . . . . . . Hamilton College, ECAC - East Roxy Stang ’99 . . . . . . . . . . Minnesota Whitecaps, NWHL, St. Cloud State April Stojak ’99 . . . . . . . . . . Ohio State University Jesse Van Nostrand ‘99 . . . . . Quinnipiac University, ECAC John Van Pelt ’99 . . . . . . . . . Colorado College, WCHA A.J. Walker ’99 . . . . . . . . . . Charlotte Checkers, ECHL, Boston College, ECAC Mike Agliato ‘00 . . . . . . . . . Connecticut College, NCSAC Ben Barr ’00 . . . . . . . . . . . . Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, ECAC Steve Dusich ’00 . . . . . . . . . Gustavus Adolphus, MIAC Ben Eaves ’00 . . . . . . . . . . . Espo Blues Finland, Boston College Nathan Espiritu ’00 . . . . . . . . St. Olaf, MIAC Tony Gill ’00 . . . . . . . . . . . . Notre Dame, CCHA Kelly Halcisak ’00 . . . . . . . . . Providence College, Hockey East Kea Hawley ’00 . . . . . . . . . . Mercyhurst, Atlantic Hockey Ryan Mayhew ’00 . . . . . . . . Bentley College, Atlantic Hockey Nick Petraglia ’00 . . . . . . . . . Miami of Ohio, CCHA Matt Pinchevsky ’00 . . . . . . . Curry College, ECAC - Northeast Merideth Roth ’00 . . . . . . . . Providence College, Hockey East Jessica Tychsen ’00 . . . . . . . . Boston College, ECHA Shawn Vinz ’00 . . . . . . . . . . Charlotte Checkers, ECHL, Univ. of New Hampshire J.R. Walker ’00 . . . . . . . . . . Holy Cross College, Atlantic Hockey Troy Wiebler ’00 . . . . . . . . . . Bentley College Due to lack of most up-to-date information not all alumni are represented.

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SSM Hockey Honor Roll (continued) Zach Wiegand ’00 . . . . . . . . Norwich University. ECAC Ashley Berglund ’01 . . . . . . . Quinnipiac University, ECAC Casey Bickley ’01 . . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Katie Hutton ’01 . . . . . . . . . Manhattanville, ECAC - West Krissy Langley ’01 . . . . . . . . Wayne State, CHA Nick Hamm ’01 . . . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Ian Harper ’01 . . . . . . . . . . . Air Force Academy, Atlantic Hockey Chad Mayfield ’01 . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Bill McCreary ’01 . . . . . . . . . Huntsville Havoc, SPHL, Providence College Marty Mjelleli ’01 . . . . . . . . . St. Cloud State Univ., WCHA Sean Moir ’01 . . . . . . . . . . . McGill University Vinnie Pulera ’01 . . . . . . . . . Univ. of Wisconsin-Riverfalls, NCHA Jordan Parise ’01 . . . . . . . . . New Jersey Devils, NHL, Univ. of North Dakota WCHA M. Ashley Peyton ’01 . . . . . . B.C. Breakers, NWHL Dylan Row ‘01 . . . . . . . . . . . Port Huron Flags, UHL Amy Thomas ’01 . . . . . . . . . Providence College, Hockey East Angela Wallace ’01 . . . . . . . . UCONN, Hockey East Scott Winkler ‘01 . . . . . . . . . Sun Valley Suns, WPHL Rush Zimmerman ’01 . . . . . . Minnesota Whitecaps, NWHL Vicki Davis ’02 . . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA Spencer Dillon ’02 . . . . . . . . Northern Michigan Patrick Eaves ’02 . . . . . . . . . Carolina Hurricanes, NHL, Boston College Ian Harper ’02 . . . . . . . . . . . Air Force Academy, CHA Myria Heinhuis ’02 . . . . . . . . Brown University, ECAC Tyler Hirsch ’02 . . . . . . . . . . Stockton Thunder, ECHL, Univ. of Minnesota Michelle Horrigan ’02 . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA Jessica Kovacevich ’02 . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA Laura Lankton ‘02 . . . . . . . . Bemidji State University, WCHA Jacob Micflikier ’02 . . . . . . . . Springfield Falcons, AHL, Univ. of New Hampshire Brady Murray ’02 . . . . . . . . . L.A. Kings, NHL, UN of North Dakota Zach Parise ’02 . . . . . . . . . . New Jersey Devils, NHL , Univ. of North Dakota Chris Porter ’02 . . . . . . . . . . Peoria Rivermen AHL, Univ. of North Dakota Kolja Schneider ’02 . . . . . . . . St. Scholastica, NCHA Lindsey Tilbury ’02 . . . . . . . . University of Vermont, Hockey East Kattie Anderson ’03 . . . . . . . University of Vermont, ECAC Casey Borer ’03 . . . . . . . . . . Carolina Hurricanes, NHL, St. Cloud State Dave Carlisle ’03 . . . . . . . . . St. Cloud State, WCHA Tyler Chestnut ’03 . . . . . . . . St. Thomas, MIAC Brian Deeth ’03 . . . . . . . . . . Utah Grizzlies, ECHL, Northeastern University Spencer Dillon ’03 . . . . . . . . Northern Michigan University, CCHA Matt Ford ’03 . . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA Jacob Hipp ’03 . . . . . . . . . . . St. Johns University, MIAC Kirk Golden ’03 . . . . . . . . . . Hobart College, ECAC - West Russel Law ’03 . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, NCHA Mike Mayhew ’03 . . . . . . . . University of Michigan, CCHA Jon Ralph ’03 . . . . . . . . . . . Bowling Green University, CCHA Ken Rowe ’03 . . . . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Brian Salcido ’03 . . . . . . . . . Portland Pirates, AHL, Colorado College Colin Sarfeh ’03 . . . . . . . . . . SUNY Ferdonia, SUNYAC

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Nick Schneider ’03 . . . . . . . . University of Connecticut, Atlantic Hockey Karley Schulte ’03 . . . . . . . . Sacred Heart University, D - 1 Ind. Matt Smaby ’03 . . . . . . . . . . Tampa Bay Lightning, NHL, Un of North Dakota Drew Stafford ’03 . . . . . . . . . Buffalo Sabres, NHL, Un of North Dakota A.J. Thelen ’03 . . . . . . . . . . . Houston Aeros, AHL, Michigan State Tyler Webb ’03 . . . . . . . . . . Robert Morris University, CHA Carly Aimi ’04 . . . . . . . . . . . Union College, ECAC Kacie Anderson ’04 . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, Riverfalls, MIAC Kristy Anderson ’04 . . . . . . . . University of Vermont, ECAC Renae Berg ’04 . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, River Falls, NCHA Ryan Duncan ’04 . . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA Tyler Eaves ’04 . . . . . . . . . . Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, ECAC Jim Erickson ’04 . . . . . . . . . . Hamline Universiy, MIAC Ben Grotting ’04 . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA Phil Hotarek ’04 . . . . . . . . . . Manhattanville College, ECAC - West Brad Miller ’04 . . . . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA Chip Mladenoff ’04 . . . . . . . . Sacred Heart, Atlantic Hockey Jennilee Moe ’04 . . . . . . . . . Augsburg College, MIAC Noelle Needham ’04 . . . . . . . MN.State University, Mankato, WCHA Nikki Petrich ’04 . . . . . . . . . Northeastern University, Hockey East Cassie Reid ’04 . . . . . . . . . . Colgate University, ECAC Jon Vadnais ’04 . . . . . . . . . . Bemidiji State University, CHA Frankie Williams ’04 . . . . . . . University of Vermont, Hockey East Mark Anderson ’05 . . . . . . . . Colgate University, ECAC Dallas Bossort ’05 . . . . . . . . Wesleyan University, NESCAC Sean Callister ’05 . . . . . . . . . St. Olaf, MIAC Jodi Charison ’05 . . . . . . . . . University of Connecticut, Hockey East Taylor Chorney ’05 . . . . . . . . Edmonton Oilers, NHL, Un of North Dakota Danielle Ciarletta ’05 . . . . . . Providence College, Hockey East Brooke Collins ’05 . . . . . . . . Bemidiji State University, WCHA Sydney Crosby ’05 . . . . . . . . Pittsburg Penguins, NHL, Rimouski Oceanic, QMJHL Dylan Decker ’05 . . . . . . . . . St. Johns University, MIAC Kevin Deeth ’05 . . . . . . . . . . University of Notre Dame, CCHA Christine Dickinson ’05 . . . . . University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, NCHA Brycen Eberwein ’05 . . . . . . . St. Olaf College, MIAC Jason Fredericks ’05 . . . . . . . Colgate University, ECAC Chay Genoway ’05 . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA Michael Gergen ’05 . . . . . . . University of Minnesota-Duluth, WCHA Allison Johanson ’05 . . . . . . . Bemidiji State University, WCHA Jack Johnson ’05 . . . . . . . . . LA Kings NHL, University of Michigan, CCHA Aaron Lafave ’05 . . . . . . . . . Lawerence University, MCHA Jamie Law ’05 . . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, NCHA Justin Milo ’05 . . . . . . . . . . . Cornell University, ECAC Mario Mjelleli ’05 . . . . . . . . . Augsburg, MIAC Drew Pierson ’05 . . . . . . . . . Army, Atlantic Hockey Jonathan Toews ’05 . . . . . . . Chicago Blackhawks, NHL, University of North Dakota, WCHA, Alexandria Zirbel ’05 . . . . . . Union College, ECAC Dave Adams ’06 . . . . . . . . . . St. Olaf College, MIAC Joe Brock ’06 . . . . . . . . . . . Holy Cross, Atlantic Hockey


Jessica Edward ’06 . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, NCHA Eddie Fischerman ’06 . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, Superior, NCHA Zach Harrison ’06 . . . . . . . . . MN. State University - Mankato, WCHA Danielle Hirsch ’06 . . . . . . . . St. Cloud State University, WCHA Emily Kranz ’06 . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA Austin Lee ’06 . . . . . . . . . . . MN. State University-Mankato, WCHA Jamie McBain ’06 . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA Tony Mosey ’06 . . . . . . . . . . St. Cloud State University, WCHA Sarah Murray ’06 . . . . . . . . . University of Minnesota-Duluth, WCHA Kyle Okposo ’06 . . . . . . . . . . New York Islanders, NHL, University of Minnesota, WCHA Trent Palm ’06 . . . . . . . . . . . University of Minnesota-Duluth, WCHA Jenny Porter ’06 . . . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA Amanda Rucinski ’06 . . . . . . Union College, ECAC Tyler Ruegsegger ’06 . . . . . . Denver University, WCHA Masa Takahashi ’06 . . . . . . . Lawrence University, MCHA Allysen Weidner ’06 . . . . . . . Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, ECAC Ben Umhoefer ’06 . . . . . . . . St. Olaf College, MIAC Brian Volpei ’06 . . . . . . . . . . St. Cloud State University, WCHA Brett Waltz ’06 . . . . . . . . . . Abbotsford Pilots, PIHL Nigel Williams ’06 . . . . . . . . Belleville Bulls, OHL University of Wisconsin, WCHA , Jake Anderson ’07 . . . . . . . . American International University Alyssa Breu ’07 . . . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA David Estoque ‘07 . . . . . . . . Lake Forrest College, NCHA Ryan Forgaard ’07 . . . . . . . . Tri-City Storm, USHL Adrian Galassi ‘07 . . . . . . . . Lake Forrest College, NCHA Jason Horstman ’07 . . . . . . . Tri City Storm, USHL Paige Keranen ’07 . . . . . . . . Wayne State, CHA Suzie Kuehnast ’07 . . . . . . . St. Catherine’s, MIAC Peter Lompado ‘07 . . . . . . . . MN. State University-Mankato, WCHA Kayleen Miller ’07 . . . . . . . . Northeastern University, Hockey East Jen Schoullis ’07 . . . . . . . . . University of Minnesota, WCHA Sasha Sherry ’07 . . . . . . . . . Princeton, ECAC Laurel Simer ’07 . . . . . . . . . Utica College, ECAC - West Ben Youds ‘07 . . . . . . . . . . . MN. State University-Mankato, WCHA Matt Burneteau ’08 . . . . . . . Wenatchee Wild, NAHL David Carle ’08 . . . . . . . . . .Denver University, WCHA Barb Bilko ’08 . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio State, CCHA Amanda Castignetti ’08 . . . . . Renssellear Polytechnic Institute, ECAC Emily Johnson ’08 . . . . . . . . Colby College Jocelyne Lamoureux ’08 . . . . University of Minnesota Monique Lamoureux ’08 . . . . University of Minnesota Margot Miller ’08 . . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota Jordan Murray ’08 . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA Samantha Phillips ’08 . . . . . North East College Lauren Rogalsky ’08 . . . . . . . Lake Forest College Derek Stepan ’08 . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin, WCHA David Toews ’08 . . . . . . . . . University of North Dakota, WCHA

NHL Draft Picks Name

Current League NHL Draft Status

Joe Corvo ’95

NHL

Los Angeles Kings (83rd selection of the 1997 entry draft)

Peter Ratchuk ’96

DEL

Colorado Avalanche (25th selection of 1996 entry draft)

Noah Clarke ’97

AHL

Los Angeles Kings (250th selection of 1999 entry draft)

Ryan Malone ’99

NHL

Pittsburgh Penguins (115th selection 1999 entry draft)

Ryan Caldwell ’99

AHL

New York Islanders (202nd selection of 2000 entry draft)

Cliff Loya ’99

ECHL

Chicago Blackhawks (207th selection of 2000 entry draft)

Ben Eaves ’00

AHL

Pittsburgh Penguins (131st selection 2001 entry draft)

Patrick Eaves ’02

NHL

Ottawa Senators (29th selection of 2003 entry draft)

Brady Murray ’02

WCHA

Los Angeles Kings (152nd selection of the 2003 entry draft)

Chris Porter ’02

WCHA

Chicago Blackhawks (282nd selection of the 2003 entry draft)

Zach Parisé ’02

NHL

New Jersey Devils (17th selection of 2003 entry draft)

Brian Salcido ’03

AHL

Anaheim Mighty Ducks (141st selection of 2005 entry draft)

Casey Borer ’03

WCHA

Carolina Hurricanes (69th selection of 2004 entry draft)

Matt Smaby ’03

WCHA

Tampa Bay Lightning (41st selection of 2003 entry draft)

Drew Stafford ’03

WCHA

Buffalo Sabres (13th selection of 2004 entry draft)

Matt Ford ’03

WCHA

Chicago Blackhawks (256th selection of the 2004 entry draft)

A.J. Thelen ’03

CCHA

Minnesota Wild (12th selection of 2004 entry draft)

Spencer Dillion ’03

USHL

Florida Panthers (267th selection of 2004 entry draft)

Jonathan Toews ’05

WCHA

Chicago Blackhawks (3rd selection of 2006 entry draft)

Taylor Chorney ’05

WCHA

Edmonton Oilers (36th selection of 2005 entry draft)

Michael Gergen ’05

WCHA

Pittsburg Penguins (61st selection of 2005 entry draft)

Sydney Crosby

NHL

Pittsburg Penguins (1st selection of 2005 entry Draft)

Jack Johnson

CCHA

Carolina Hurricanes (3rd selection of 2005 entry draft)

Kyle Okposo

WCHA

New York Islanders (7th selection of 2006 entry draft)

Tyler Ruegsegger ’06

WCHA

Toronto Maple Leafs (166th selection of 2006 entry Draft)

Nigel Williams

WCHA

Colorado Avalanche (51st selection of 2006 entry draft)

Jamie McBain

WCHA

Carolina Hurricanes (63rd selection of 2006 entry draft)

Ben Blood ’07

MHSHL

Ottawa Senators (120th selection of the 2007 entry draft)

Angelo Esposito

QMJHL

Pittsburgh Penguins (20th selection of the 2007 entry draft)

David Carle ’08

WCHA

Tampa Bay Lightening (203rd selection of the 2008 entry draft)

Derek Stepan ’08

WCHA

New York Rangers (51st selection of the 2008 entry draft)

David Toews ’08

WCHA

New York Islanders (66th selection of the 2008 entry draft)

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- A L U M N I U P DAT E S -

Three SSM Alums

OFF ICE BUT STILL IN THE GAME - by Julie Jensen

College hockey rosters are full of Shattuck-St. Mary’s School alumni. After college, some play professionally—and you know who they are—but there are other ways to stay in the game. This year, Ben Barr ’00, Nick Petraglia ’00 and Meredith Roth ’00 are all assistant coaches for NCAA Division I programs. Barr graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2004 and was a volunteer assistant coach there for two years before joining the Union College staff. At RPI, Barr produced 64 points (25 goals and 39 assists) in 140 career games and was the team’s most valuable player in 2002-03. He also was named to the Dean’s List all four years and was on the 2004 President’s List. Petraglia received his bachelor’s degree in sport organization from Miami (Ohio) in 2004, and his master’s degree in sport behavior and management in 2007. He was a volunteer assistant for three years before being named the director of hockey operations this season. He is the team’s video coordinator and is responsible for scouting reports and administrative support. A RedHawk goaltender for four years, Petraglia posted a career save percentage of .902 and a goals-against average of 2.21. He was named the team’s Most Improved Player after the 2001-02 season. A member of the 2003-04 team that made the NCAA tournament field, he posted career bests of a 1.94 GAA and .920 save percentage. Petraglia’s SSM experience remains a fond memory and a source of inspiration, he says.

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“I am so proud of some of the things our teams were able to accomplish,”he said.“Winning the school’s first national and first Mac championships was pretty special, but more than anything it was being able to grow up and share the experience with a group of guys that will be lifelong friends. There is no question that the program is in great hands today with Coach [Tom] Ward. The current players have such a great opportunity to develop not only as players, but as people, and I would encourage each SSM player to take full advantage of the opportunity because the time goes by so fast.” Roth is starting her third season as an assistant coach at Providence, which has finished second in the Hockey East tournament for the last two years. She handles recruiting, on-ice instruction and team travel arrangements. Roth was the head coach of SSM’s girls under-16 team for the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Roth received her bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Providence in 2004. She played hockey for the Friars for four years, earning spots on the Hockey East All-Academic team (2004), the U.S. women’s national team (2003), the U.S. Under-22 national team (2003), and the ECAC Eastern Hockey League All-Tournament team (2002). She credits her SSM experience with helping her find examples of caring, responsible behavior.“SSM is such a special and unique place because I found influence in most people I encountered,”she said.“Father Doyle and his unconditional caring for the students, alumni, faculty and staff is truly impressive. He is such a generous man with his heart and his time. I’ve learned a lot just by being around him.” Being a head coach is the aspiration of all three, despite the challenges they have discovered while moving from player to coach. “At first it surprised me at how much work goes into coaching and how much time you spend thinking


about and analyzing the smallest of details,”said Petraglia.“As a player, you don’t really see how much is done behind the scenes.” “Being patient” is the toughest, Roth said. “Patient with myself in the learning process and allowing myself to grow, and also patient with others’ learning and growing processes,”she said.“The one thing that surprised me the most is just how many hats you wear as a coach. It is not just Xs and Os all the time. If anything, that is a small fraction of my role as a coach.” The three also said the coaching they received as Sabre skaters serves as a model for their coaching. “All [good coaches] have something that makes them good,”said Barr.“I try to take a little bit of every good coach I’ve ever had. I’d like to be as prepared as Coach [Andy] Murray. I don’t know if that’s possible but I aspire to that. I hope I relate to players as well as Coach Ward, Coach [John] Sumner and Coach Murray do. “Coach Ward, J.P. [Parise], Coach Murray, Coach Sumner—they all played a huge role in our lives and development, and all of us who went to ShattuckSt. Mary’s are lucky to have learned from them.”

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College Advising and the Student-Athlete

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tudent-athletes participating in the hockey program at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School have the opportunity to benefit from working with coaches who have an extensive network of collegiate contacts and working with college advisors who have significant experience working with the full spectrum of colleges and universities available in the United States. Coaches and college advisors work together to help each student-athlete develop a potential list of colleges and universities with particular attention paid to the athletic/academic interface. While coaches assist student- athletes in preparing for contact with collegiate coaches and official/unofficial visits, college advisors assist with NCAA Eligibility Center registration, test registration, and application preparation. Shattuck-St. Mary’s School has more than a decade of experience in working with student-athletes who seek to continue their athletic participation at the highest level possible during their college years while also pursuing an academic career in

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preparation for graduate and/or professional school. We, as an institution, take great pride in providing students with the counsel of skilled professionals who have made working with motivated young people their life’s work.


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utstanding facilities provide perfect training conditions for student-athletes. Two Olympic-sized ice arenas 1 & 2 offer plenty of ice time. Our Sports Complex also includes the Dane Family Field House – a full-sized (115x70 yard), state-of-the art indoor synthetic field 3 as well as an outdoor synthetic field 4 and an irrigated natural grass Parade Field 5 . In addition to the field facilities, athletes have their own team locker rooms 6 , athletic training rooms 7 and a fully equipped strength and conditioning facility 8 . The Sabre Café 9 offers an inviting atmosphere to enjoy a cup of hot cocoa around the fireplace. Teams may also have their games digitally recorded for instructional purposes or to provide college coaches, professional scouts or parents with a video disc. In addition, selected games are now webcasted and can be purchased and viewed live online.

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DANE FAMILY FIELD HOUSE INDOOR SYNTHETIC FIELD

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NEW HOCKEY ARENA 1

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2

2

THE “BARN”ICE ARENA

4

4

OUTDOOR SYNTHETIC FIELD

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ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOMS

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THE SABRE CAFÉ

TEAM LOCKER ROOMS

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FACILITY 11


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Hockey Program Welcome to the 2008-09 Shattuck-St. Mary’s Hockey Season! The 2008-09 hockey season is shaping up to be one of our most competitive seasons for all of our teams here at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School. The student-athletes who are in our program this year are as strong as we have ever had. We are all looking forward to following their progress throughout the season. The Boys Prep team won its second consecutive national championship last season for the first time in the program’s history. All of the teams that went to national tournaments had very strong showings at their respective tournaments. The season proved to be one of the strongest in the history of the program. Overall, all of our teams moved along very nicely throughout the year and the coaching staff was pleased with the level of play and progress of each individual and team. All of us involved with Shattuck-St. Mary’s hockey are excited about great things happening in our School and hockey program. We want to wish all of the teams and coaching staff the best of luck this year! Tom Ward Director of Hockey

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SSM Hockey Coaches Tom Ward (tward@s-sm.org)

Gordon Stafford (gstafford@s-sm.org)

Director of Hockey, Boys Prep Head Coach

Director of Player Development, Girls Prep Coach

After his senior year at Minnesota’s Richfield High School, Tom Ward (currently in his ninth season at SSM) was drafted by the Winnipeg Jets; his rights were traded to the Minnesota North Stars after his collegiate sophomore season. He attended the University of Minnesota where he played both hockey and baseball, and graduated with a degree in education. For six seasons, Ward worked as an assistant coach, head coach and general manager for the USHL St. Paul Vulcans. He also served as an assistant hockey coach at the University of Minnesota for four seasons before coming to Shattuck-St. Mary’s. Ward has led the Boys Prep team to four National Championships.

Murray Eaves (meaves@s-sm.org)

Boys Midget AAA Coach Murray Eaves joined SSM in 2000, having spent the previous two years in the East Coast Hockey League as a coach for the Toledo Storm and the Wheeling Nailers. In 1998-99, he was selected to coach the ECHL All-Star game. An All-American at the University of Michigan, Eaves was the first college player selected in the 1980 entry draft. While playing in the American Hockey League he was a member of two Calder Cup Championships and twice he received the Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award as the player who demonstrates sportsmanship and dedication. Eaves began coaching in 1995 in the A.H.L. as an assistant with the Adirondack Red Wings. He holds two Stanley Cup rings from the Red Wings’championships in ‘97 and ’98. Eaves is also the strength and conditioning coach.

Christian Bragnalo (cbragnalo@s-sm.org)

Boys U16 Coach Christian Bragnalo, a native of Thunder Bay, Ontario, attended St. Patrick’s High School before going on to play at the University of New Hampshire. After graduating from UNH in 1999, Bragnalo went on to play three seasons of minor hockey, one season for the Arkansas Riverblades in the East Coast Hockey League and two years, for the Fort Wayne Komets in the United Hockey League. Bragnalo served as the Wildcats’ graduate assistant coach at UNH while earning his master’s degree in physical education. Bragnalo is also a physical education teacher and sophomore class dean.

John Lafontaine (jlafontaine@s-sm.org)

Boys Bantam Tier I Coach Athletic Director John Lafontaine, his wife, Lorrie and two children, Jean-Paul and Monique, joined us last year from Bozeman, Montana. Lafontaine played Junior’s for the Fraser Flags (NAHL) in Michigan and two major Junior teams: the Nanaimo Islanders, WHL and the Toronto Marlboros, OHL. John graduated from Miami University (Ohio) and later tried out for the New York Islanders. After several years of working for Chrysler Corporation and American Axle in Detroit, John began his coaching career. He is in his 17th year of coaching hockey. He owned and operated LaFontaine Hockey Schools for15 years. He has coached for the Detroit Freeze (Jr. A),Windsor Bulldogs(Jr. A), Compuware Midget Major, Soo Indians (Jr. A) the Bozeman Icedogs (Jr. A) and Lake Superior State University. Lafontaine is also SSM’s Athletic Director and lives in Whipple Hall.

Before coming to SSM in 2000, Gordie Stafford played Major Junior Hockey and signed with the Edmonton Oilers. After a seven-year playing career with the Milwaukee Admirals of the IHL, he coached and taught English at Marquette University High School, twice taking his team to the Wisconsin State Hockey Tournament. He has been active in USA Hockey’s coaching mentorship program, teaching clinics, and directing hockey schools. A graduate of UW-Milwaukee, with a master’s degree in educational psychology, Stafford teaches English and also serves as the Director of Girls Summer Hockey Programs.

Adam Nightingale (anightingale@s-sm.org)

Boys Midget AA Coach, Adam Nightingale was born in Jackson, MI, and raised in Cheboygan, MI. He played junior hockey in Sault Ste. Marie, MI, then played two seasons at Lake Superior State University before transferring to Michigan State University to play for the Spartans for two seasons. After graduating from Michigan State, Nightingale played two seasons of minor league pro hockey, finishing in Charlotte, NC. He teaches economics and manages Shattuck-St. Mary’s School’s webcasting. He and his wife, Kristin, live at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School with their son, Trevor.

Eric Darwitz (edarwitz@s-sm.org)

Girls U16 Coach Eric Darwitz is in his third year with SSM. Darwitz came here with five years of Minnesota hockey coaching experience. He previously coached the Marshall High School boys varsity team for three years and was the girls varsity coach at his alma mater, Park High School in Cottage Grove, for two years. Darwitz earned his undergraduate degree in elementary education and physical education from the University of St. Thomas. While at St. Thomas, he was a member of three MIAC Conference Championship teams and a member of the 2000 NCAA Division III runner-up team. Darwitz has been an elementary school teacher. He is the director of SSM Boys Elite Hockey Camps. He also serves SSM as an Admissions Associate.

Rod Collins (rcollins@s-sm.org)

Boys Bantam A Coach Now in his tenth year at SSM, Rod Collins has played juniors with the Brandon Wheat Kings and as a professional with the Chicago Blackhawks organization. He has coached the Winkler Flyers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Notre Dame Hounds of the Saskatchewan Junior League. At Notre Dame, Collins taught classes and coached both junior and midget hockey. From 1996-1999, Collins coached the Langley Thunder of the British Columbia Hockey League, and also taught and held principal duties at Delphi Academy in Langley, British Columbia. In addition to coaching, Collins also teaches math at SSM.

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SSM Hockey Assistant Coaches T.J. Jindra (tjindra@s-sm.org)

Shari Vogt (svogt@s-sm.org)

Boys Prep Assistant Coach

Girls Prep Assistant Coach

T.J. Jindra is in his first year with the ShattuckSt. Mary’s School hockey program. A Faribault native, Jindra played two years (2002 and 2003) with the Omaha Lancers in the United States Hockey League. He was the team’s captain during his second year with the organization. Jindra played his collegiate hockey for the University of Notre Dame (2004-07) where he was a captain during his junior and senior years.

Larry Horstman (lhorstman@s-sm.org)

Boys Bantam Tier 1 Assistant Coach Since 1996, Larry Horstman has been an integral part of the SSM hockey program. He coached the Bantam Tier I team for nine years and is currently the Hockey Operations Coordinator. Previous to SSM, he coached for 10 years in the local Faribault Hockey Association.

Cale Politoski (cpolitoski@s-sm.org)

Boys Bantam A Coach Cale Politoski, his, wife Kristina and three children, joined us from Milwaukee, WI in 2006. For the past two seasons, he served as the head coach of the SSM Bantam “A”team. Prior to SSM, Politoski coached high school hockey for 9 seasons in Milwaukee – 5 years at Marquette University High School, and his alma mater, Pius XI High School. Politoski played college hockey at St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI, where he helped the team win its first NCHA Regular Season Championship in 1997. He teaches 7th grade U.S. History and eighth grade Government/Geography at SSM. The Politoski family lives in Breck Dorm.

Mike Dietsch (mdietsch@s-sm.org)

Boys Bantam A Assistant Coach Mike Dietsch has been a member of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s hockey coaching staff since the 1991-92 season. He has worked as an assistant coach for the Boys Prep team and has been a member of two national championship teams. Dietsch has also been head coach for several of the Midget teams during his tenure at SSM.

Desmond Christopher

Goaltending Consultant A native of Calgary Alberta, Desmond Christopher joined SSM three years ago. He is also in his eighth season coaching for the Minnesota State University, Mankato men’s and women’s programs. Founder and owner of The Goalie Club Goalie Schools, Christopher spent three years in a Maverick uniform collecting team MVP and Senior Male Athlete of the Year honors before going on to play professionally in Germany and the United States. Goaltending Consultants are supplied through the services of The Goalie Club, LLC. (coachdes@thegoalieclub.com)

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Born in Richmond, MN, Shari Vogt graduated from Rocori High School in 2000. She played hockey at Minnesota State University-Mankato from 2000-04 and was chosen MVP all four years.Vogt was named All-America and Senior Female Athlete of the Year in 2004. She graduated magna cum laude with an exercise science degree in 2004 and recently completed a master’s degree in exercise physiology. Vogt played for the U.S. national team from 2005-07 and the Minnesota Whitecaps from 2004-08. For the last six years, she has coached goaltenders with The Goalie Club and volunteered with Mankato Youth Hockey and Mankato West girls varsity program.

Brad Cohen ’84 (bjc16927@msn.com)

Boys Midget AAA Assistant Coach A 1984 SSM graduate, Brad Cohen was captain of the SSM Varsity team, and attended Colgate University for undergraduate study, and the University of Pennsylvania for a master’s in architecture. He has coached at SSM since 1991. His coaching highlights include a 1994 Midget A State Championship.

Carrie Holldorf (cholldorf@s-sm.org)

Girls U16 Assistant Coach Born in New Richmond WI, Carrie Holldorf joined SSM last year. After playing one year for Providence College and three years with SCSU, she played 3 years with the Minnesota Whitecaps. She was the assistant coach for Apollo/Cathedral High School in 2005 and volunteer coach last year for the New Richmond Girls Varsity and New Richmond U14 team. She graduated from college with a marketing degree and a coaching minor. Holldorf is currently studying for her NASM personal training certificate. She also is the weight room instructor for the figure skating program, coaches girls basketball and coaches girls golf.

Mike Carpentier (mcarpentier@s-sm.org)

Boys Midget AA Assistant Coach Born and raised in Faribault, MN, Mike Carpentier began attending Shattuck-St. Mary's School as an 8th grader and was a member of the school's inaugural "Bantam" team. After graduating in 2000, he moved on to the University of Minnesota-Duluth where he graduated in 2005. This is Carpentier’s 4th year at Shattuck-St. Mary's where he also teaches freshman Ancient World History, and is the Assistant Coach for Varsity Baseball. Carpentier resides in Whipple Hall.

Sports Complex Operations Managers: Jack Schweitzer - jschweitzer@s-sm.org Steve Erickson - serickson@s-sm.org


SSM Athletic Training Staff Wendy Battist-Schoeb

Director of Athletic Training A native of southern Wisconsin, Wendie is beginning her twelfth year at Shattuck St. Mary’s. A graduate of UW-Eau Claire with a B.S. degree in Corporate Exercise Management and a minor in Athletic Training, Battist-Schoeb continued her education at University of MinnesotaMankato with Master’s degree in the area of Community Health. Previous to Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Wendie was the Head Athletic Trainer at Kaneland High School in Maple Grove, Illinois. She was also an Assistant Athletic Trainer for two years at UW-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin.

Erik Chaouch

Athletic Trainer ATC Erik Chaouch is in his fourth year at SSM. Chaouch graduated from North Dakota State University with a B.S. degree in athletic training. While at NDSU, he served as the head student trainer for both the mens football team. Erik received his national athletic training certification (ATC) in June of 2003. Following graduation from NDSU, Erik continued his education at Minnesota State University at Mankato where he pursued a master’s degree in exercise physiology. During this time, Erik worked in the physical therapy clinic at the Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic as well as serving as the head athletic trainer at St. Peter High School.

Tabitha Bailey

Athletic Trainer ATC After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training from St. Cloud State University, Bailey received an Associate of Science degree in physical therapy from Anoka-Hennepin Technical College. She worked for two years as a physical therapy assistant and athletic trainer at an orthopedic physical therapy clinic. Bailey returned to school to obtain her teaching license in social studies from the University of St. Thomas and is now pursuing a master’s in education. Before joining the Shattuck-St. Mary’s School staff, Bailey was the athletic trainer at Simley High School in Inver Grove Heights, MN, for seven years.

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls Prep

GIRLS PREP Front Row (l-r): Lauren Joarnt, Kristine Horn, Dru Burns, Jessica Cohen, Brianna Decker, Courtney Langston, Rebecca Ruegsegger Back Row (l-r): Head Coach Gordie Stafford, Logan Murray, Heidi Martin, Madi Murray, Kinzey Johnson, Amanda Kessel, Madison Marzario, Madison Kolls, Kellie Dineen, Elena Orlando, Nicole Germaine, Alyssa Gagliardi, Kathleen Rogan, Asst. Coach Shari Vogt, Goalie Coach Des Christopher

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade

Height

Hometown

1

Lauren Joarnt

Goalie

11

5'4"

White Bear Lake, MN

2

Alyssa Gagliardi

Defense

11

5’4”

Raleigh, NC

3

Madison Kolls

Defense

11

5’7”

Hudson, WI

4

Kristine Horn

Forward

12

5’8”

Utica, MI

6

Madison Marzario

Defense

11

5’10”

Prior Lake, MN

7

Dru Burns

Defense

12

5’6”

Plano, TX

8

Amanda Kessel

Forward

11

5’6”

Madison, WI

9

Nicole Germaine

Forward

11

5’6”

Clarendon Hills, IL

10

Logan Murray

Forward

11

5’4”

Medicine Hat, AB

12

Heidi Martin

Forward

11

5’5”

Ankeny, IA

14

Elena Orlando

Forward

11

5’7”

Winters, CA

15

Kellie Dineen

Forward

11

5’7”

Waukesha, WI

17

Kinzey Johnson

Forward

11

5’7”

Dubuque, IA

18

Brianna Decker

Forward

12

5’4”

Dousman, WI

19

Kathleen Rogan

Forward

11

5’6”

Faribault, MN

20

Courtney Langston

Forward

12

5’3”

Warrensburg, MO

21

Madi Murray

Defense

10

5’6”

Medicine Hat, AB

22

Jessica Cohen

Forward

12

5’7”

Anchorage, AK

30

Becca Ruegsegger

Goalie

12

5’8”

Faribault, MN

Head Coach: Gordie Stafford Assistant Coach: Shari Vogt

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Dru Burns DEFENSE

Nicole Germaine FORWARD

Madison Kolls DEFENSE

Madi Murray DEFENSE

#07

#09

#03

#21

Jessica Cohen FORWARD

Kristine Horn FORWARD

Courtney Langston FORWARD

Elena Orlando FORWARD

#22

#04

#20

#14

Brianna Decker FORWARD

Lauren Joarnt GOALIE

Heidi Martin FORWARD

Kathleen Rogan FORWARD

#18

#01

#12

#19

Kellie Dineen FORWARD

Kinzey Johnson FORWARD

Madison Marzario DEFENSE

Becca Ruegsegger GOALIE

#15

#17

#06

Alyssa Gagliardi DEFENSE

Amanda Kessel FORWARD

Logan Murray FORWARD

#02

#08

#10

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls U16

GIRLS U16 Front Row (l-r): Erin Krichiver, Ellie Williams, Dana Trivigno, Breanna Simon, Jess Brown, Aimeé Rupp, Camille Biard, Jorie Walters Back Row (l-r): Head Coach Eric Darwitz, Megan Cox, Kelly Murray, Kayla Sullivan, Lexi Bender, Makenna Keil, Kim Drake, Alexis Crossley, Lauren Eberwein, Molly Byrne, Brook Garzone, Courtney Burke, Rachel Bellio, Assistant Coach Carrie Holldorf, Goalie Coach Des Christopher

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade

Height

Hometown

1

Jorie Walters

2

Megan Cox

Goalie

9

5'4"

Grinnell, IA

F/D

10

5'7"

New Richmond, WI

4

Molly Byrne

F/D

10

5'6"

Plymouth, MN

5

Alexis Crossley

Defense

9

5'9"

Dartmouth, NS

6

Breanna Simon

Forward

10

5'2"

New Richmond, WI

7

Lauren Eberwein

Defense

10

5'6"

North Oaks, MN

8

Dana Trivigno

F/D

9

5'3"

Setauket, NY

9

Makenna Keil

Forward

10

5'7"

Lake Worth, FL

11

Camille Biard

Defense

10

5'3"

Flower Mound TX

12

Aimeé Rupp

Forward

9

5'2"

Anchorage, AK

15

Rachel Bellio

Forward

9

5'3"

Arvada, CO

16

Lexi Bender

Defense

9

5'6"

Snohomish, WA

17

Kelly Murray

Defense

8

5'7"

Medicine Hat, AB

18

Jessica Brown

Forward

10

5'3"

Wellington, OH

19

Ellie Williams

Forward

10

5'3"

Flower Mound TX

20

Courtney Burke

F/D

9

5'6"

Albany, NY

21

Kayla Sullivan

Forward

10

5'6"

Flower Mound TX

22

Brook Garzone

F/D

9

5'6"

Sand Springs, OK

23

Kim Drake

Forward

9

5'8"

Mosinee, WI

30

Erin Krichiver

Goalie

10

5'4"

Chicago, IL

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Rachel Bellio FORWARD

Molly Byrne FORWARD/DEFENSE

Brook Garzone FORWARD/DEFENSE

Breanna Simon FORWARD

#15

#04

#22

#06

Lexi Bender DEFENSE

Megan Cox FORWARD/DEFENSE

Makenna Keil FORWARD

Kayla Sullivan FORWARD

#16

#02

#09

#21

Camille Biard DEFENSE

Alexis Crossley DEFENSE

Erin Krichiver GOALIE

Dana Trivigno FORWARD/DEFENSE

#11

#05

#30

#08

Jessica Brown FORWARD

Kim Drake FORWARD

Kelly Murray DEFENSE

Jorie Walters GOALIE

#18

#23

#17

#01

Courtney Burke FORWARD/DEFENSE

Lauren Eberwein DEFENSE

Aimeé Rupp FORWARD

Ellie Williams FORWARD

#20

#07

#12

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Prep

BOYS PREP Front Row (l-r): Sebastian Nilsson, Sam Alfieri, Ben Montgomery, Kevin Tuohy, Garrett Jensen, Kurt Williams, Alexander Fallstrom, Blake Matejcek, Kyle Forte, Nathan Sinz Back Row (l-r): Coach Tom Ward, Goalie Coach Des Christopher, Andrew O'Leary, Kirill Gotovets, James Polk, Jason Clark, Joe Basaraba, Justin Lutsch, Stephen Hickey, Erik Haula, J.P. LaFontaine, Brad Robbins, Assistant Coach T.J. Jindra, Trainer Wendie Battist-Schoeb

Team Roster #

Name

Position

1

Garrett Jensen

Goalie

12

6'5"

165

Salinas, CA

3

Kirill Gotovets

Defense

11

5’10½"

175

Minsk, Belarus

4

Ben Montgomery

Defense

12

6'0"

190

Oakdale, MN

5

Justin Lutsch

Defense

11

6'1½"

200

Littleton, CO

6

Nathan Sinz

Defense

PG

5'10½"

187

Anchorage, AK

7

Kyle Forte

Defense

12

5'10"

178

Cincinnati, OH

8

James Polk

Forward

11

5'10½"

165

New York, NY

9

Stephen Hickey

Forward

12

6'2½"

189

Ancaster, ONT

10

Erik Haula

Forward

11

5'11"

170

Pori, Finland

11

Blake Matejcek

Forward

12

5'8½"

169

Faribault, MN

Height

Weight

Hometown

12

Sam Alfieri

Forward

12

5'9½"

168

Buffalo, NY

14

Jean-Paul LaFontaine

Forward

11

5'8½"

165

Oxford, MI

15

Andrew O'Leary

Forward

12

6'0"

192

Hanover, NH

16

Alexander Fallstrom Forward

12

6'2"

192

Stockholm, Sweden

17

Jason Clark

Forward

11

6'1"

171

Eden Prairie, MN

18

Joe Basaraba

Forward

11

6'2"

185

Fort Frances, ONT

19

Sebastian Nilsson

Forward

12

5'10½"

174

New York, NY

21

Brad Robbins

Forward

11

5'7½"

168

Murrieta, CA

22

Kevin Tuohy

Defense

35

Kurt Williams(ALT#30) Goalie

Head Coach: Tom Ward Assistant Coach: T.J. Jindra Trainer: Wendie Battist 20

Grade

12

5'6"

155

Sallisbury Mills, NY

12

5'8"

150

Rocky Mountain House, AB


Sam Alfieri FORWARD

Kirill Gotovets DEFENSE

Justin Lutsch DEFENSE

James Polk FORWARD

#12

#03

#05

#08

Joe Basaraba FORWARD

Erik Haula FORWARD

Blake Matejcek FORWARD

Brad Robbins FORWARD

#18

#10

#11

#21

Jason Clark FORWARD

Stephen Hickey FORWARD

Ben Montgomery DEFENSE

Nathan Sinz DEFENSE

#17

#09

#04

#06

Alexander Fallstrom FORWARD

Garrett Jensen GOALIE

Sebastian Nilsson FORWARD

Kevin Tuohy DEFENSE

#16

#01

#19

#22

Kyle Forte DEFENSE

#07

Jean-Paul LaFontaine FORWARD

Andrew O'Leary FORWARD

Kurt Williams GOALIE

#14

#15

#35 21


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Midget AAA

BOYS MIDGET AAA Front Row (l-r): Nick Kolz, Joe Roelle, Paul Barral, Colin McCarthy, Ben Murphy, Bill Bruggeman, Brandon Beneduce, Marcus Zelzer Back Row (l-r): Goalie Coach Des Christopher, Assistant Coach Brad Cohen, Paul Enders, Guan Wang, Alex Seyb, Charlie Wilson, Dom Racobaldo, Karlis Kalvitis, Geoff Ferguson, Josh Little, Ethan Caple, Peter Clements, Cody Marooney, Jesper Aasa, Coach Murray Eaves

Team Roster #

Name

Position

1

Nick Kolz

Goalie

12

5'10" 150

Nashville, TN

3

Joe Roelle

Defense

12

5'9"

160

Faribault, MN

4

Brandon Beneduce

Defense

12

5'8"

165

Phoenix, AZ

5

Dom Racobaldo

Defense

11

6'3"

210

Pennsauken, NJ

6

Paul Barral

Forward

12

5'9"

175

8

Josh Little

Forward

11

5'11" 165

Okotoks, AB

9

Paul Enders

Forward

11

6'0"

175

Potomac, MD

10

Karlis Kalvitis

Defense

11

6'3"

175

Riga, Latvia

11

Cody Marooney

Forward

11

5'10" 170

Philadelphia, PA

12

Peter Clements

Forward

11

5'10" 165

Shoreline, WA

14

Ben Murphy

Defense

12

6'0"

15

Guan Wang

Forward

11

5'11" 190

16

Bill Bruggeman

Forward

12

5'9"

17

Ethan Caple

Defense

11

5'11" 195

Rice Lake, WI

18

Charlie Wilson

Forward

12

6'0"

185

San Antonio, TX

19

Alex Seyb

Forward

11

6'0"

170

Boise, ID

21

Colin McCarthy

Forward

12

5'8"

160

Burnsville, MN

22

Geoff Ferguson

Defense

11

6'2"

180

Fredericton, NB

23

Jesper Aasa

Forward

11

5'11" 165

Umea, Sweden

30

Marcus Zelzer

Goalie

11

6'3"

Green Bay, WI

Head Coach: Murray Eaves Assistant Coach: Brad Cohen

22

Grade

Height Weight Hometown

195 155

195

Faribault, MN

Bradenton, FL Ames, IA Sleepy Eye, MN


Jesper Aasa FORWARD

Peter Clements FORWARD

Josh Little FORWARD

Joe Roelle DEFENSE

#23

#12

#08

#03

Paul Barral FORWARD

Paul Enders FORWARD

Cody Marooney FORWARD

Alex Seyb FORWARD

#06

#09

#11

#19

Brandon Beneduce DEFENSE

Geoff Ferguson DEFENSE

Colin McCarthy FORWARD

Guan Wang FORWARD

#04

#22

#21

#15

Bill Bruggeman FORWARD

Karlis Kalvitis DEFENSE

Ben Murphy DEFENSE

Charlie Wilson FORWARD

#16

#10

#14

#18

Ethan Caple DEFENSE

Nick Kolz GOALIE

Dom Racobaldo DEFENSE

Marcus Zelzer GOALIE

#17

#01

#05

#30 23


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys U16

BOYS U16 Front Row (l-r): A.T. Terenzio, Tanner Sorenson, Nick Bruneteau, Kevin Szopa, Nicholas Weberg, Anthony Greco, Jimmy Mullin, Peter Traber Back Row (l-r): Assistant Coach Cale Politoski, Canon Pieper, Nick Oswald, Cory Bastian, Kenny Gillespie, Keegan Lowe, Reid Jackson, Denis Dalidovich, Ben Greiner, Bryan Sinz, Hans Drawbert, Ben Roush, Danny Elser, Goalie Coach Des Christopher, Head Coach Christian Bragnalo

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade

Height

1

Anthony Terenzio

3

Reid Jackson

Goalie

10

5’9”

158

New Canaan, CT

Defense

10

6’1”

168

Weyburn, SK, Canada

4

Keegan Lowe

Defense

10

5’11” 157

Edmonton, AB, Canada

5

Cory Bastian

Defense

10

5’11” 157

Ann Arbor, MI

6

Bryan Sinz

Defense

10

5’10” 189

Anchorage, AK

7

Kevin Szopa

Forward

10

5’5”

Philadelphia, PA

8

Nick Oswald

Defense

10

5’10” 177

Omaha, NE

9

Danny Elser

Forward

10

5’11” 163

Hopewell Junction, NY

10

Tanner Sorenson

Forward

10

5’9”

Anchorage, AK

11

Hans Drawbert

Forward

10

5’10” 143

12

Denis Dalidovich

Forward

10

6’2”

186

Minsk, Belarus

14

Canon Pieper

Forward

9

5’9”

157

Roseville, MN

15

Nick Bruneteau

Defense

11

5’9”

182

Omaha, NE

16

Ben Roush

Forward

10

5’10” 187

Atlanta, GA

17

Anthony Greco

Forward

10

5’7”

142

Faribault, MN

18

Nicholas Weberg

Forward

10

5’5”

142

Oslo, Norway

19

Kenny Gillespie

Forward

10

5’11” 202

Raleigh, NC

20

Jimmy Mullin

Forward

11

5’10” 154

Peptford, NJ

21

Ben Greiner

Forward

10

5’11” 162

Faribault, MN

30

Peter Traber

Goalie

10

6’3”

Houston, TX

Head Coach: Christian Bragnalo Assistant Coach: Cale Politoski

24

Weight Hometown

157

162

178

Altoona, WI


Cory Bastian DEFENSE

Kenny Gillespie FORWARD

Jimmy Mullin FORWARD

Tanner Sorenson FORWARD

#05

#19

#20

#10

Nick Bruneteau DEFENSE

Anthony Greco FORWARD

Nick Oswald DEFENSE

Kevin Szopa FORWARD

#15

#17

#08

#07

Denis Dalidovich FORWARD

Ben Greiner FORWARD

Canon Pieper FORWARD

Anthony Terenzio GOALIE

#12

#21

#14

#01

Hans Drawbert FORWARD

Reid Jackson DEFENSE

Ben Roush FORWARD

Peter Traber GOALIE

#11

#03

#16

#30

Danny Elser FORWARD

Keegan Lowe DEFENSE

Bryan Sinz DEFENSE

Nicholas Weberg FORWARD

#09

#04

#06

#18 25


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Midget AA

BOYS MIDGET AA Front Row (l-r): Jake Davidson, Trevor Stewart, Zach Wolff, Caleb Neal, Aaron Forgaard, Archie Ogani, Mik Bushinski, Brody Decker Back Row (l-r): Assistant Coach Mike Carpentier, Michael Rodriguez,Victor Estoque, Clay Curwin, Tadas Tsibulskis, Brian Harrison, Tyler Bruneteau, John Domina, Paul Parisot, John Draeger, EJ Faust, Orri Haman, Kyle Lee, Criss Fricano, Coach Adam Nightingale, Goalie Coach Des Christopher

Team Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 30

Name Caleb Neal Zach Wolff Orri Haman John Draeger Brian Harrison Victor Estoque Clay Curwin Jake Davidson Kyle Lee Criss Fricano EJ Faust Paul Parisot Brody Decker Tyler Bruneteau Johnny Domina Archie Ogani Michael Rodriguez Trevor Stewart Mik Bushinski Tadas Tsibulskis Spencer Wright Aaron Forgaard

Position Goalie Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Goalie

Head Coach: Adam Nightingale Assistant Coach: Mike Carpentier 26

Grade 11 10 10 9 11 10 10 10 9 11 10 11 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12

Height 5'9" 5'10" 5'7" 5'10" 5'10" 5'9" 5'8" 5'8" 5'6" 5'5" 5'8" 6'0" 5'6" 5'11" 6'1" 5'4" 5'9" 5'5" 5'4" 5'10" 5'10" 5'9"

Weight 140 140 125 155 155 170 135 145 140 170 140 170 135 195 160 125 150 125 125 155 165 137

Hometown Columbia, MO Faribault, MN Faribault, MN Morristown, MN Faribault, MN Milpitas, CA Faribault, MN Grand Forks, ND Wausau, WI Sarasota, FL Eden Prairie, MN Arlington, TX Dousman, WI Omaha, NE Lakeville, MN Pacific Palisades, CA Faribault, MN Wenatchee, WI Woodbury, MN Sandy, UT Anchorage, AK Faribault, MN

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Archie Ogani FORWARD

#18

Paul Parisot FORWARD

#12


Tyler Bruneteau FORWARD

Johnny Domina FORWARD

Criss Fricano FORWARD

Michael Rodriguez FORWARD

#15

#17

#10

#19

Mik Bushinski FORWARD

John Draeger DEFENSE

Orri Haman DEFENSE

Trevor Stewart FORWARD

#22

#04

#03

#20

Clay Curwin DEFENSE

Victor Estoque DEFENSE

Brian Harrison DEFENSE

Tadas Tsibulskis FORWARD

#07

#06

#05

#23

Jake Davidson DEFENSE

EJ Faust FORWARD

Kyle Lee FORWARD

Zach Wolff DEFENSE

#08

#11

#09

#02

Brody Decker FORWARD

Aaron Forgaard GOALIE

Caleb Neal GOALIE

Spencer Wright FORWARD

#14

#30

#01

#24 27


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Bantam Tier I

BOYS BANTAM TIER I Front Row (l-r): Oscar Dansk, Trey Olson, Hunter Fejes, Miles Koules, Teddy Doherty, Jordan Jancze, Kyle Hayton Back Row (l-r)Assistant Coach Larry Horstman, Teddy Blueger, Zack Aman, Zack MacQueen, Noah Henry, Truman Reed, Ian McCoshen, Jake Montgomery, Peter Barral, Ryan Schwalbe, Sebastian Lemm, Zach Stepan, Bo Pieper, Quinton Vitek, Goalie Coach Des Christopher Head Coach John LaFontaine

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade

Height Weight Hometown

1

Kyle Hayton

Goalie

9

5’6”

122

Denver, CO

3

Ian McCoshen

Defense

8

5’10” 174

Hudson, WI

4

Noah Henry

Defense

9

5’8”

Seattle, WA

5

Truman Reed

Defense

8

5’11” 170

6

Teddy Doherty

Defense

9

5’8”

165

Hopkinton, MA

7

Jordan Jancze

Forward

9

5’7”

155

Woodbury, MN

8

Jake Montgomery

Forward

9

6’1”

185

Oakdale, MN

9

Sebastian Lemm

Forward

9

5’9”

146

Brentwood, TN

10

Zack MacQueen

Defense

8

5’9”

151

Houston, TX

11

Peter Barral

Forward

9

6’

182

Faribault, MN

12

Miles Koules

Forward

9

5’8”

158

Los Angeles, CA

14

Trey Olson

Defense

9

5’7”

141

Omaha, NE

15

Zach Stepan

Forward

9

5’10” 163

New Richmond, WI

17

Quinton Vitek

Forward

8

5’9”

Dallas, TX

18

Hunter Fejes

Forward

9

5’6”

138

Anchorage, AK

19

Bo Pieper

Forward

8

5’8”

146

St. Paul, MN

20

Ryan Schwalbe

Forward

9

5’11” 181

Anchorage, AK

21

Teddy Blueger

Forward

9

5’10” 146

Riga, Latvia

23

Zack Aman

Forward

9

5’10” 156

Johnstown, PA

30

Oscar Dansk

Goalie

9

6’1”

Stockholm, Sweden

Head Coach: John LaFontaine Assistant Coach: Larry Horstman

28

160

167

170

Anchorage, AK


Zack Aman FORWARD

Hunter Fejes FORWARD

Sebastian Lemm FORWARD

Bo Pieper FORWARD

#23

#18

#09

#19

Peter Barral FORWARD

Kyle Hayton GOALIE

Zack MacQueen DEFENSE

Truman Reed DEFENSE

#11

#01

#10

#05

Teddy Blueger FORWARD

Noah Henry DEFENSE

Ian McCoshen DEFENSE

Ryan Schwalbe FORWARD

#21

#04

#03

#20

Oscar Dansk GOALIE

Jordan Jancze FORWARD

Jake Montgomery FORWARD

Zach Stepan FORWARD

#30

#07

#08

#15

Teddy Doherty DEFENSE

Miles Koules FORWARD

Trey Olson DEFENSE

Quinton Vitek FORWARD

#06

#12

#14

#17 29


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Bantam A

BOYS BANTAM A Front Row (l-r): Andrew Sprang, Noah Westphal, Colin Biebel, Andrew Farny, Assistant Coach Mike Dietsch, Coach Rod Collins, Goalie Coach Des Christopher, Nick Mosher, Jack Strommen, Jake Curwin, Daniel Tirone Back Row (l-r): Kirk Reeve, Taylor Parkinson, Michael Chuinard, Matt McArdle, Ben Tegtmeyer, Alex Birk, JT Walters, Caleb Sevier, Justin Pirard, Liam Biard, Cal Perry, Spencer Carter, Team Manager Jeremy Stuart

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade Height Weight

Hometown

1

Andrew Sprang

Goalie

8

5'6''

110

Rosemount, MN

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3

Ben Tegtmeyer

Defense

9

5'9''

130

Cincinnati, OH

4

Cal Perry

Defense

8

5'7''

150

Marietta, GA

5

Kirk Reeve

Defense

9

5'5''

130

Kelowna, BC

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7

Justin Pirard

Defense

8

5'7''

150

Naperville, IL

8

Taylor Parkinson

Forward

9

5'5''

120

Laguna Niguel, CA

9

Jake Curwin

Forward

8

5'5''

130

Faribault, MN

10

JT Walters

Forward

9

5'10'' 160

Escndido, CA

11

Colin Biebel

Forward

8

5'5''

110

Roxborough, CO

12

Michael Chuinard

Forward

9

5'6''

130

Santa Rosa, CA

14

Matt McArdle

Forward

8

5'6"

130

Annapolis, MD

15

Noah Westphal

Forward

8

5'5'

120

St. Peter, MN

16

Liam Biard

Forward

7

5'7''

140

Dallas, TX

17

Nicholas Mosher

Forward

8

5'5'

110

Faribault, MN

18

Spencer Carter

Defense

8

5'6''

130

Swisher, IA

19

Caleb Sevier

Defense

9

5'10'

150

Faribault, MN

20

Alex Birk

Forward

9

5'10'' 150

Owatonna, MN

21

Andrew Farny

Forward

8

5'2''

100

Steamboat Springs, CO

22

Jack Strommen

Forward

8

5'

90

Deephaven, MN

30

Daniel Tirone

Goalie

8

5'6'

120

Trumbull, CT

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Head Coach: Rod Collins Assistant Coach: Mike Dietsch

30


Liam Biard FORWARD

Jake Curwin FORWARD

Cal Perry DEFENSE

Jack Strommen FORWARD

#16

#09

#04

#22

Colin Biebel FORWARD

Andrew Farny FORWARD

Justin Pirard DEFENSE

Ben Tegtmeyer DEFENSE

#11

#21

#07

#03

Alex Birk FORWARD

Matt McArdle FORWARD

Kirk Reeve DEFENSE

Daniel Tirone GOALIE

#20

#14

#05

#30

Spencer Carter DEFENSE

Nicholas Mosher FORWARD

Caleb Sevier DEFENSE

JT Walters FORWARD

#18

#17

#19

#10

Michael Chuinard FORWARD

Taylor Parkinson DEFENSE

Andrew Sprang GOALIE

Noah Westphal FORWARD

#12

#08

#01

#15 31


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Successes David Carle ’08 In the last hockey game David Carle ’08 will ever play, he scored a goal and his Shattuck-St. Mary’s team won the 2008 USA Hockey 18 and Under Tier I boys national championship. Two months after the championship, Mayo Clinic doctors told Carle that he has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a thickening of the heart. The condition puts him at risk of sudden death during physical activity, and it means Carle’s hockey career is over. Except that it’s not. Denver University, which had offered Carle a hockey scholarship, honored that commitment and made him a student assistant coach. “The transition is going really well,”said Carle.“I’ve gotten a lot of support from family and friends, and people here have been pretty sensitive to my new role, so that helps. The toughest part for me was that throughout my career there were a lot of people who doubted me and what I could do, and proving them wrong was a driving force for me. Losing that, and not being able to prove them wrong, has been really hard. “I’m in a pretty unique position because not many people get to be part of a top D-I coaching team and also one of the guys,”said Carle.“I’m hoping to learn more about the game while getting to know a great bunch of guys. Coaching is definitely something that may be an opportunity for me at some point but now I just need to figure out what’s my passion.” He had that figured out, before the diagnosis. Growing up with two brothers in a houseful of hockey in Alaska, Carle was projected as a third-round pick in the National Hockey League draft. After he advised the teams of his medical condition before draft day, Tampa Bay drafted him with the No. 203 overall pick. (Tampa Bay subsequently acquired David’s older brother, Matt, in a deal that sent All-Star defenseman Dan Boyle to San Jose.)

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The diagnosis blew apart Carle’s plans, but not his world. “When he first heard about [the condition], he didn’t know what the outcome would be, he didn’t know hockey was going to be done,” said his mother, Karen Carle.“Once it did happen, he thought he was prepared but he wasn’t. He was very strong and took it amazingly well. He surprised us at how strong he is in dealing with it all. That shouldn’t surprise me, because he’s always been mature for his age, but he did surprise me.” In addition to assisting the DU coaching staff, Carle will write for the university’s website. He will be writing about more than power plays and penalties. “How can I make other people more aware of this disease and the risk factors,”said Carle.“I’m looking forward to speaking about that. If I can help just one or two people, make them aware, which would maybe save their lives, or educate people about it so they know they don’t have it.” And he will be monitoring his old team. “I developed some really close relationships at SSM and I keep in contact with those people,”said Carle.“And I will definitely keep tabs on the prep team this year and see if they can get the three-peat done. I’ll be cheering them on.”


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