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Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Athletic Centers of Excellence Hockey • Soccer • Figure Skating • Golf

2011-12


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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Today

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tudent athletes at Shattuck-St. Mary’s study hard and play hard. It is this very combination of rigorous college-prep academics and exceptional athletic 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 firstchoice college choices. Once at college, our graduates report that they are exceedingly well-prepared academically. Our Center of Excellence athletic programs are producing great results with a number of placements to exceptional colleges.

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 at s-sm.org. For more information about SSM and the application process, please visit our website at s-sm.org or contact the Admissions Office at 800-421-2724.

Founded in 1858, Shattuck-St. Mary’s is one of the oldest college preparatory schools in the Midwest. In 2011-12, our 409 students come from 37 states and 29 countries. With an average class size of 11, and a student to teacher ratio of 8.5 to 1, our primary goal is to prepare each student not just for college but for a confident life beyond our Arch. 1


College Advising and the Student Athlete

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tudent-athletes participating in our Centers of Excellence athletics at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School have the opportunity to benefit from working with coaches who have an extensive network of collegiate contacts. In addition, they work 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. Coaches assist student-athletes in identifying a range of schools appropriate for their particular skill level. And college advisors assist students in identifying a range of schools appropriate for a young person’s interests and academic preparation. Advisors assist with NCAA Clearinghouse registration, test registration, and application preparation. Our players also benefit from the past college coaching experience of many of our coaches as well as their vast network of contacts within the collegiate ranks. Working closely together, our coaches and counselors provide each player with the best college placement support possible. SSM has more than 20 years of experience in working with student-athletes who seek to continue their athletic participation at the highest level possible during their college years. These studentathletes also pursue an academic career in preparation for graduate and/or professional school. Shattuck-St. Mary’s takes great pride in providing students excellent guidance from skilled professionals who have made working with motivated young people their life’s work.

Academics and Life at Shattuck-St. Mary’s Shattuck-St. Mary’s curriculum includes Advanced Placement courses in 12 distinct subject areas. The BioScience Program provides highly focused science students an opportunity to explore their interests by accessing Minnesota’s wide range of “medical alley” institutions. The Honors Program allows students to thrive and to accelerate their studies, and provides highly motivated students the opportunity to excel in areas of specialized interest. The Center for Academic Achievement provides support, resources and instruction for students with mild learning differences. The rigorous and engaging Upper School Course curriculum prepares our students for entrance into some of the nation’s top college and universities. Almost all of our faculty members live on campus, many working as dorm parents, providing a rewarding mentor relationship, insight and supervision to our boarding students. The small community of engaged individuals leads to strong, enduring friendships, fosters an environment of acceptance, and a true sense of shared experience. Our large population of international students, hailing from 29 countries, helps our school community develop a greater understanding of the world. 2


Facilities at SSM

Outstanding facilities provide perfect training

conditions for student-athletes. Two Olympicsized ice arenas 1 & 2 and a Studio Ice Rink 3 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 4 as well as an outdoor synthetic field 5 and an irrigated natural grass Parade Field 6 . In addition to the field facilities, athletes have their own team locker rooms 7 , athletic training rooms 8 and a fully equipped strength and conditioning facility 9 . The Sabre Café 10 offers an inviting atmosphere to enjoy a cup of hot cocoa around the fireplace. The Legacy Golf Course 11 is home to the SSM Golf Center of Excellence. The Grill at the Legacy 12 is open year-round for pre- or post-game meals.

2 The “Barn” Ice Arena

1 New Hockey Arena

Studio Ice Rink 3

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Family Fieldhouse  4 Dane Indoor Synthetic Field

Outdoor Synthetic Field 5

Strength and 9  Conditioning Facility

8 Athletic Training Rooms

7 Team Locker Rooms

Sabre Cafe 10 12

12 The Grill at The Legacy

11 The Legacy Golf Course

Parade Field 6 3


SHATTUCK-ST. MARY’S SCHOOL

Player Profiles Teal Bunbury ’08 Prior Lake, Minnesota

2010 MLS 4th Round Draft Selection by Kansas City Wizards 2009 MAC Hermann Trophy Award for NCAA Division I Men’s Collegiate Player of the Year NSCAA First Team Division I All-America Team and Two-time NSCAA High School All-American “Soccer is a huge part of my life. Going to Shattuck changed my life completely! It has been one of the best decisions in my life.” COLLEGE: Akron

Baba Omosegbon ’08 Indianapolis, Indiana

2008 Midwest Regional League championship 2007 U.S. Club Soccer national finalist 2006 ( December) Topdrawersoccer.com National Team of the Month 2003-07 Indiana State Cup championships COLLEGE:

Harvard University

Ethan Harlow ’10 Essex Junction, Vermont

2004 US Soccer National U14 Camp 2004-2007 Region I ODP Team “For competitive soccer, coming to Shattuck was the best decision I’ve made. Shattuck challenged me to become the best player I could possibly be.” COLLEGE:

Boston University Joey Tennyson ’10 Wauwatosa, WI

2004 US Soccer National U14 Camp 2005 & 2007 Region II ODP Pool Team “Attending Shattuck can be extremely demanding but I have grown more here as a player and person that I could ever have imagined.” COLLEGE:

Wisconsin-Madison

WHERE OUR PLAYERS ARE GOING TO COLLEGE Ball State University Boston University Bowdoin College Bradley University Bucknell University Butler University Colorado School of Mines Creighton Eckerd University Francis Marion University Furman University Harvard University Indiana University James Madison University Johns Hopkins Lehigh University Lenoir Rhyne University Lindsey Wilson University Luther College Marquette University Missouri State University New Mexico State University North Dakota State University Northern Illinois University Old Dominion University Princeton University Queens University Saint Martin’s College Santa Clara University Simon Fraser University South Dakota State University St. Catherine University St. Cloud State St. Louis University St. Mary’s University Unites States Military Academy University of Akron University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff University of Buffalo University of California-Los Angeles University of Evansville University of Illinois University of Illinois-Chicago University of Iowa University of Maine University of Manitoba University of Montana University of Notre Dame University of Pittsburgh University of Rochester University of South Dakota University of Southern Utah University of Vermont University of Wisconsin-Green Bay University of Wisconsin-Madison University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Valparaiso University Vanderbilt University Virginia Tech Western Illinois University Winthrop

Chelsea Cline ’09 Des Moines, Iowa

2008 USL W-League All League 1st Team 2007 NSCAA All-American 2005-07 U16 U.S. National Team 2004-07 Region II Team “I have been challenged in the classroom, made friends I won’t forget, and have developed more in soccer than I imagined I could.” COLLEGE:

UCLA

Vanessa Legault-Cordisco ’10 Ste-Thérése, QC Canada

2010 U20 Canadian National Team 2009 U18 Team Quebec, Canadian Games Silver Medal 2008 U16 Team Quebec, Provincial All-Stars Silver Medal “Being a student-athlete at SSM is an exhilarating experience. In order to succeed both at school and on the field, one needs to be mature, disciplined and responsible. SSM not only teaches us how to improve as an athlete, but also as a person.” COLLEGE:

Marquette Chelsea Stewart ’08 Highland Ranch, Colorado

2009 National Team – Canada 2008 Beijing Olympics – Canada (Alternate) 2008 U20 World Cup – Canada 2006 U17 U.S. National Team 2004-07 Region IV Team “Shattuck-St. Mary’s offers many opportunities academically, athletically, and socially. I couldn’t ask for more.” COLLEGE:

UCLA

Becky Stoneman ’10 Faribault, Minnesota

2009 SSM Most Improved Player 2008 SSM Sabre Leadership Award 2003-08 Minnesota ODP State Team “The SSM program has challenged me in ways no other soccer program has and linked me with teammates from across the globe. The SSM soccer experience is truly unique and always exciting.” COLLEGE:

Bowdoin

Parent Testimonials

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Clyde Glanzer, father of Adam ’10

Ricardo Cordisco, father of Vanessa ’10

“Adam’s DREAM was to play Division I soccer, and now after attending Shattuck-St. Mary’s he has been offered a great scholarship and is about to realize his dream. The Soccer Academy program and exposure to college coaches have been unbelievable. The reputation Shattuck-St. Mary’s has truly provides tremendous exposure and gets a lot of attention from college coaches.”

“Shattuck-St. Mary’s is more than a school; It is a great community and a wonderful family. It has brought the best out of my daughter both on and off the soccer field.” www.s-sm.org


SSM Players Excel

Teal Bunbury ’08 U.S. Men’s National Team Member

Teal Bunbury ’08, was selected for the U.S. men’s national team in November 2010. He played his first match with the national team on November 17, 2010 in Cape Town, where the U.S. defeated South Africa 1-0. The game was the 2010 Nelson Mandela Challenge and the U.S. team had the opportunity to meet Nelson Mandela during their visit. Bunbury spent three years at SSM, graduating in 2008. He attended the University of Akron where he was the recipient of the 2009 Hermann Trophy. The Missouri Athletic Club presents the Hermann Trophy, a crystal soccer ball, to the top female and male players in NCAA Division I soccer, as chosen by NCAA Division I soccer coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Bunbury was the third sophomore and the first University of Akron player to win the award. Bunbury was also named Player of the Year by Soccer America, Goal.com and the Mid-American Conference. After his sophomore year, Bunbury was drafted by the Sporting Kansas City where he currently plays professionally in the MLS - Major League Soccer. In two seasons with Sporting Kansas City, Teal has scored 18 goals in 59 games. He helped to lead the 2011 team to a first place finish in the MLS Eastern Conference. His father, Alex, played for the Kansas City Wizards during a successful professional career and is a member of the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame. In reflecting on his selection to the U.S. National team and his time at SSM, Bunbury told the Faribault Daily News: “I feel like Tim Carter’s done a great thing there. He really helped me get to where I am. ... I feel like this will be a good thing and more people will look at Shattuck-St. Mary’s as a soccer school to get you to the next level.”

SSM Completes its First Season in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy In April, 2010, Shattuck-St. Mary’s was selected to join the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Program for the 2010-11 season. SSM joined 78 clubs from around the country as part of U.S. Soccer’s top competitive level. The Development Academy was launched by U. S. Soccer in 2007 in an effort to improve player development and identification for the U.S. National Team. In the 2010-11 season, the Boys U16 Development Academy team finished fifth in the eight team Frontier Division of the Central Conference, while the Boys U18 Development Academy team finished sixth. With a year of experience under their belts, the SSM teams are looking forward to competing in the 2011-12 season with the goal of both teams qualifying for the playoffs. 5


NHL Draft List Joe Corvo ’95 Peter Ratchuk ’96 Noah Clarke ’97 Ryan Malone ’99 Ryan Caldwell ’99 Cliff Loya ’99 Ben Eaves ’00 Patrick Eaves Brady Murray ’02 Chris Porter ’02 Zach Parise ’02 Brian Salcido ’03 Casey Borer ’03 Matt Smaby ’03 Drew Stafford ’03 Matt Ford ’03 A.J. Thelen ’03 Spencer Dillon ’03 Jonathan Toews ’05 Taylor Chorney ’05 Michael Gergen ’05 Sidney Crosby Jack Johnson Kyle Okposo Tyler Ruegsegger ’06 Nigel Williams Jamie McBain Ben Blood ’07 Brett Bruneteau Angelo Esposito David Carle ’08 Derek Stepan ’08 David Toews ’08 Alexander Fallstrom ’09 Kirill Gotovets ’09 Erik Haula Emerson Etem Joe Basaraba ’10 Jason Clark ’10 Jimmy Mullin ’10 Keegan Lowe Mike Reilly

LA Kings (83rd selection of the 1997 entry draft) Colorado Avalanche (25th selection of the 1996 entry draft) LA Kings (250th selection of the 1999 entry draft) Pittsburg Penguins (115th selection of the 1999 entry draft) New York Islanders (202nd selection of the 2000 entry draft) Chicago Blackhawks (207th selection of the 2000 entry draft) Pittsburg Penguins (131st selection of the 2001 entry draft) Ottawa Senators (29th selection of the 2003 entry draft) LA Kings (152nd selection of the 2003 entry draft) Chicago Blackhawks (282nd selection of the 2003 entry draft) New Jersey Devils (17th selection of the 2003 entry draft) Anaheim Ducks (141st selection of the 2005 entry draft) Carolina Hurricanes (69th selection of the 2004 entry draft) Tampa Bay Lightening (41st selection of the 2003 entry draft) Buffalo Sabres (13th selection of the 2004 entry draft) Chicago Blackhawks (256th selection of the 2004 entry draft) Minnesota Wild (12th selection of the 2004 entry draft) Florida Panthers (267th selection of the 2004 entry draft) Chicago Blackhawks (3rd selection of the 2006 entry draft) Edmonton Oilers (36th selection of the 2005 entry draft) Pittsburg Penguins (61st selection of the 2005 entry draft) Pittsburg Penguins (1st selection of the 2005 entry draft) Carolina Hurricanes (3rd selection of 2005 entry draft) New York Islanders (7th selection of 2006 entry draft) Toronto Maple Leafs (166th selection of the 2006 entry draft) Colorado Avalanche (51st selection of the 2006 entry draft) Carolina Hurricanes (63rd selection of the 2006 entry draft) Ottawa Senators (120th selection of the 2007 entry draft) Washington Capitals (108th selection of the 2007 entry draft) Pittsburg Penguins (20th selection of the 2007 entry draft) Tampa Bay Lightening (203rd selection of the 2008 entry draft) New York Rangers (51st selection of the 2008 entry draft) New York Islanders (66th selection of the 2008 entry draft) Minnesota Wild (116th selection of the 2009 entry draft) Tampa Bay Lightening (184th selection of the 2009 entry draft) Minnesota Wild (182nd selection of the 2009 entry draft) Anaheim Ducks (29th selection of the 2010 entry draft) Florida Panthers (69th selection of the 2010 entry draft) New York Islanders (82nd selection of the 2010 entry draft) Tampa Bay Lightening (118th selection of the 2010 entry draft) Carolina Hurricanes (73rd selection of the 2011 entry draft) Columbus Blue jackets (98th selection of the 2011 entry draft)

Shattuck-St. Mary’s

USA Hockey National

Championships 1999 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2001 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2003 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2005 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2005 Tier I Women’s U19 National Title 2006 Tier I Women’s U19 National Title 2007 Tier I Women’s U19 National Title 2007 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2008 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2009 Tier I Women’s U19 National Title 2010 Tier I Women’s U16 National Title 2011 Tier I Boys’ U18 National Title 2011 Tier I Women’s U19 National Title

Easton Helmets Debut at SSM

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A representative from Easton Hockey makes final adjustments on the new E700 helmet.

Nick Petrella ’12 (left) and Zach Stepan ’12 pose with their new E700 helmets.

The Boys Prep team received an early Christmas gift in November 2011 from former SSM Sabre Zach Parisé ’02. Easton’s new E700 helmets were delivered to Coach Tom Ward as a gift to the team from Parisé, who is a representative for Easton Hockey. Shattuck-St. Mary’s is the first high school in the country to outfit its players with the new, state-of-the-art helmets. Thank you, Zach!


Sweet Victory Twice in 2011

The Girls Prep team won the Tier 1 Women’s U19 USA Hockey National Championship following a 46-7-2 season.

The Boys Prep team won the Tier 1 Boys U18 USA Hockey National Championship, capping a successful 45-6-3 season.

SSM Hockey

Built in the heart of Minnesota, it was inevitable that Shattuck-St. Mary’s School would enjoy a long history of hockey on its campus. The first recorded official hockey team at Shattuck School banded together in 1925 to skate on a small pond in the area where Clapp Dormitory now stands. In 1990, the School embarked on a visionary plan to create a hockey Center of Excellence. In 1996, the School fielded its first girls hockey team, and the top boys midget team skated to its very first National Championship tournament. Three short years later, in 1999, the Boys Prep team, led by Andy Murray, former Head Coach of the St. Louis Blues, 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 six more National Championships–in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2011. Also in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2011 the Girls Prep team capped its seasons as Tier I Women’s U19 National Champions. And, the Tier I Women’s U16 team won its first national title in 2010. Today, SSM hockey program is made up of seven teams playing a seven-month schedule of 50-70 games per season. The two girls teams, one bantam team, and four midget teams practice daily on three campus ice rinks, and compete in games and tournaments around the United States and Canada. In 2011, SSM moved its bantam program to a single Tier I team. As Sports Illustrated magazine put it, “Shattuck-St. Mary’s School is to high school hockey what Harvard is to law school.”

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls Prep

Front Row (left-right): Jorie Walters, Jenna Marks, Emma Tani, Kim Drake, Dana Trivigno, Lexi Bender, Brook Garzone, Courtney Burke, Alexis Crossley, Rachel Bellio, Rebecca Russo, Mia Becker Back Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Melissa Boik, Mika Nervick, Heather Mottau, Kennedy Ottenbreit, Lily Derby, Stephanie Lemieux, Abby Martin, Julie Fish, Allie Lewis, Head Coach Gordon Stafford

Team Roster

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Gordon Stafford Grade

Hometown

Girls Prep Head Coach, Director of Girls Hockey

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Name

Position

1

Jorie Walters

Goalie

12

Grinnell, Iowa

2

Emma Tani

Forward

12

Orange, California

3

Kim Drake

Forward

12

Mosinee, Wisconsin

4

Jenna Marks

Forward

12

Cottage Grove, Wisconsin

5

Alexis Crossley

Defense

12

Cole Harbour, NS, Canada

6

Courtney Burke

Defense

12

Albany, New York

8

Dana Trivigno

Forward

12

Setauket, New York

9

Mika Nervick

Forward

11

Prior Lake, Minnesota

11 Heather Mottau

Defense

11

Milton, Massachusetts

12 Abby Martin

Defense

11

Ankeny, Iowa

15 Rachel Bellio

Forward

12

Arvada, Colorado

16 Rebecca Russo

Forward

12

Shelton, Connecticut

Melissa Boik

17 Lilly Derby

F/D

11

Belle Mead, New Jersey

Girls Prep Assistant Coach

18 Brook Garzone

F/D

12

Sand Springs, Oklahoma

19 Allie Lewis

Forward

11

Kearney, Nebraska

20 Kennedy Ottenbreit

Forward

11

Grayson, SK, Canada

21 Lexi Bender

Defense

12

Snohomish, Washington

22 Julie Fish

Forward

11

Franklin, Tennessee

30 Mia Becker

Goalie

11

Woodbridge, Virginia

Melissa Boik joined SSM in 2010. Prior to SSM, she was a student assistant coach and video coordinator at Ohio State University. A native of Michigan, Boik played for the Michigan Capitals during her youth. She attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as a four year member of the women’s hockey team. During her senior year, in which she was captain, her team made it to the ECAC finals.

Gordie Stafford joined SSM in 2000. Under his direction, the Girls U19 Prep team has won USA Hockey Nationals in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011. The Girls U16 team won Nationals in 2010. Prior to joining SSM, Stafford coached and taught English at Marquette University High School, twice taking his team to the Wisconsin State Hockey Tournament. A graduate of UW-Milwaukee, with a master’s degree in educational psychology, Stafford also teaches English.


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls U16

Front Row (left-right): Megan Dubois, Brooke Morgan, Melissa Samoskevich, Darby Lindgren, Josephine Hansen, Kourtney Menches, Baylee Wellhausen, Taylor Salewske, Rachel Koppang, Taylor Crosby Back Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Sydney O’Keefe, Katherine Hughes, Ryan Little, Sloan Sullivan, Taylor Schwalbe, Emma Turbyville, Jessica Sherman, Ariana Buxman, Morgan McKim, Brooke Boquist, Head Coach Pete Johnson

Pete Johnson Girls U16 Head Coach Pete Johnson joined SSM in 2011. Johnson graduated from the University of Wisconsin, where he played hockey for his father, the late legendary coach “Badger Bob” Johnson. His coaching career started at Bowling Green State University in 1984, where he served as a graduate assistant coach while earning his master’s degree in Athletic Administration. Johnson has coached at all levels of hockey from youth to college in his 27-year career and also spent nine years as a scout for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He also serves SSM as Assistant Athletic Director.

Sydney O’Keefe Girls U16 Assistant Coach Sydney O’Keefe joined SSM in 2011. Prior to SSM, she played four years (142 games) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management and Psychology. She is a native of Prior Lake, Minnesota and attended Prior Lake High School.

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade

Hometown

1

Taylor Crosby

Goalie

10

Cole Harbour, NS, Canada

2

Kourtney Menches

Forward

10

Greer, South Carolina

3

Ariana Buxman

Defense

11

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

4

Melissa Samoskevich

F/D

9

Sandy Hook, Connecticut

5

Jessica Sherman

Forward

10

Chesterfield, Missouri

7

Taylor Salewske

Forward

10

Tomahawk, Wisconsin

8

Katherine Hughes

Forward

8

La Canada Flintridge, California

9

Brooke Boquist

Forward

10

Thunder Bay, ON, Canada

10 Emma Turbyville

Defense

10

Chicago, Illinois

12 Taylor Schwalbe

Forward

9

Anchorage, Alaska

15 Brooke Morgan

Defense

10

DePere, Wisconsin

16 Josephine Hansen

F/D

9

Princeton Junction, New Jersey

17 Rachel Koppang

F/D

11

Dayton, Maryland

18 Ryan Little

Forward

9

Guilford, Vermont

19 Sloan Sullivan

Defense

9

Grafton, Wisconsin

20 Darby Lindgren

Forward

11

Eldo, Minnesota

21 Baylee Wellhausen

Forward

10

Williams Bay, Wisconsin

22 Morgan McKim

Forward

10

Mars, Pennsylvania

30 Megan Dubois

Goalie

9

Hudson, Wisconsin

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Prep

Front Row (left-right): Kyle Hayton, Noah Henry, Ryan Schwalbe, Teddy Blueger, Hunter Fejes, John Draeger, Zach Stepan, Zach Aman, Sebastian Lemm, Anthony Brodeur Back Row (Left-right): Assistant Coach Des Christopher, Brody Decker, Willie Raskob, Blake Barnes, Matt McArdle, Jake Montgomery, Truman Reed, Tyler Vesel, Max Becker, Carter Lukenda, Nick Petrella, Head Coach Tom Ward

Team

Roster

Tom Ward

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Name

Position

Grade

Hometown

1

Kyle Hayton

Goalie

12

Denver, Colorado

3

Matt McArdle

Defense

11

Annapolis, Maryland

4

Noah Henry

Defense

12

Medina, Washington

5

Blake Barnes

Defense

12

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

6

Truman Reed

Defense

11

Anchorage, Alaska

7

John Draeger

Defense

12

Faribault, Minnesota

8

Jake Montgomery

Forward

12

Oakdale, Minnesota

9

Boys Prep Head Coach, Director of Hockey Tom Ward joined SSM in 2001. Following high school, he was drafted by the Winnipeg Jets. He attended the University of Minnesota where he played both hockey and baseball. 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 six National Championships in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2011.

Nick Petrella

Forward

12

Hilton, New York

10 Brody Decker

Forward

12

Dousman, Wisconsin

11 Sebastian Lemm

Forward

12

Bentwood, Tennessee

12 Zach Aman

Forward

12

Johnstown, Pennsylvania

Des Christopher

14 Tyler Vesel

Forward

11

Rochester, Minnesota

15 Zach Stepan

Forward

12

Faribault, Minnesota

Boys Prep Assistant Coach, Director of Goal Tending

17 Max Becker

Forward

10

Orange, California

18 Hunter Fejes

Forward

12

Anchorage, Alaska

19 Carter Lukenda

Forward

12

Pewaukee, Wisconsin

20 Ryan Schwalbe

Forward

12

Anchorage, Alaska

21 Teddy Blueger

Forward

12

Riga, Latvia

22 Willie Raskob

Defense

11

Hastings, Minnesota

30 Anthony Brodeur

Goalie

11

Essex Fells, New York

10

Des Christopher joined SSM in 2006 as the hockey program goaltending coach. Prior to SSM, Christopher was the volunteer assistant coach with the Minnesota State University Mavericks for nine years, where he also played three years of college hockey. He is the founder and owner of The Goalie Club Goalie Schools, a company that trains and consults goaltenders of all ability levels and ages. Christopher holds a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Minnesota State University.


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Midget AAA

Front Row (left-right): Aaron Altmeyer, Noah Westphal, Carter Horwitz, Alex Birk, J.T. Walters, Arthur Raevsky, Taylor Parkinson, Justin Pirard, Sebastian Weberg, Zach Quail Back Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Mike Dietsch, Andrew Behshid, Mat Lewis, Alex Rodriguez, Rudolphs Kalvitis, Greg Betzold, Frankie Spellman, Peter Barral, Dante Hahn, Reid Brown, Zack MacQueen, Kieran Coleman-Fry, Head Coach Murray Eaves

Team

Roster

Murray Eaves

#

Name

Position

Grade

Hometown

1

Aaron Altmeyer

Goalie

12

Rural Valley, Pennsylvania

4

Peter Barral

Forward

11

Faribault, Minnesota

5

Dante Hahn

Forward

11

Victoria, BC, Canada

6

Andrew Behshid

Defense

12

Valencia, California

7

Frankie Spellman

Defense

11

Urbandale, Iowa

8

Carter Horwitz

Defense

12

Santa Ana, California

9

Boys Midget AAA Head Coach Murray Eaves joined SSM in 2000. Prior to SSM, he was a coach in the East Coast Hockey League. 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 Champion-ships and twice he received the Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award as the player who demonstrates sportsmanship and dedication. Eaves is SSM’s Strength and Conditioning coach.

Mat Lewis

Forward

11

Kearney, Nebraska

10 Zack MacQueen

Defense

11

Faribault, Minnesota

11 Reid Brown

Forward

11

Superior, Colorado

12 Noah Westphal

Forward

11

St. Peter, Minnesota

14 Arthur Raevskiy

Forward

12

Minsk, Belarus

15 Justin Pirard

Defense

11

Naperville, Illinois

Mike Dietsch

16 Rudolfs Kalvitis

Defense

11

Riga, Latvia

Boys Midget AAA Assistant Coach

17 Greg Betzold

Forward

11

Bel Air, Maryland

19 Sebastian Weberg

Forward

12

Stocksund, Sweden

20 Alex Birk

Forward

12

Owatonna, Minnesota

21 Taylor Parkinson

Forward

12

Laguna Niguel, California

22 J.T. Walters

Defense

12

Escondido, California

23 Alex Rodriguez

Forward

10

Faribault, Minnesota

30 Zach Quail

Goalie

12

Lone Tree, Colorado

Mike Dietsch has been a hockey coach at SSM since 1991. 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.

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys U16

Front Row (left-right): Blake Weyrick, Nik Rados, Cody Kuster, Andrew Farney, Bret Boeing, Dylan Weber, Broydon Stufko, Tyler Rockwell, Mark Loveday Back Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Brad Cohen, Ryan Tait, Brandon Zajicek, Ryan O’Connor, Luca Leone, Zach Funk, Charlie Pelnik, Logan Franz, Chase Phelps, Mitch Slattery, Ryan Norman, Marcel Godbout, Head Coach Christian Bragnalo

Team

Roster

Chris Bragnalo

#

Name

Position

Grade

1

Blake Weyrick

Goalie

10

Ojai, California

2

Ryan O’ Connor

Defense

10

Morristown, New Jersey

3

Andrew Farny

Defense

11

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

4

Tyler Rockwell

Defense

10

San Jose, California

5

Marcel Godbout

Forward

10

Center Line, Michigan

6

Zach Funk

Forward

10

Nanaimo, BC, Canada

8

Dylan Weber

Forward

11

Zurich, Switzerland

9

Luca Leone

Forward

10

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Defense

9

Albertville, Minnesota

10 Brandon Zajicek

Hometown

Boys U16 Head Coach Christian Bragnalo joined SSM in 2005. A native of Thunder Bay, Bragnalo played hockey at the University of New Hampshire. Following college, he played three seasons of minor league hockey. Bragnalo returned to UNH for graduate school and served as the Wildcats’ graduate assistant coach. He is a strength and conditioning coach and teaches physical education.

12 Nikola Rados

Forward

11

Victoria, BC, Canada

14 Chase Phelps

Forward

10

Faribault, Minnesota

Brad Cohen

15 Mitch Slattery

Defense

10

Roseville, Minnesota

Boys U16 Assistant Coach

17 Broydon Stufko

Forward

11

Prescott, ON, Canada

18 Cody Kuster

Forward

11

Ludington, Michigan

19 Logan Franz

Forward

10

Medicine Hat, AB, Canada

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

20 Charlie Pelnik

Defense

11

Cary, North Carolina

21 Ryan Tait

Forward

10

Santa Clarita, California

22 Brett Boeing

Forward

11

Barrington, Illinois

23 Ryan Norman

Forward

9

Maplewood, Minnesota

30 Mark Loveday

Goalie

10

Fort Frances, ON, Canada

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Midget AA

Front Row (left-right): Kevin Dineen, Matteo Milroy, William Brodeur, Will Steck, Jeremy Brodeur, Thomas Haas, Doc Gentzler, Chandler Watson, Tucker Bender Back Row (left-right): Head Coach Cale Politoski, Sean Harrison, Dong Hyun Seo, Georgy Gorodetskiy, Alex Falconer, Connor Koch, Chris Martenet, Hunter Breza, Mitch Kimball, William Mann, Devin Garg, Assistant Coach Mike Carpentier Not pictured: Goalie Alex Corley, Joachim Weberg

Cale Politoski

Team

Boys Midget AA Head Coach

#

Name

Position

Grade

2

Connor Koch

Defense

10

McFarland, Wisconsin

3

Christopher Martenet

Defense

9

Waukesha, Wisconsin

4

Hunter Breza

Defense

10

Minnetrista, Minnesota

5

Mitchell Kimball

Defense

9

Owatonna, Minnesota

6

Thomas Haas

Defense

11

Lugano, Switzerland

8

William Mann

Forward

10

Anchorage, Alaska

9

Doc Gentzler

Forward

11

Manhattan Beach, California

10 Kevin Dineen

Forward

10

Faribault, Minnesota

11 William Brodeur

Forward

9

Essex Fells, New Jersey

12 Devin Garg

Forward

10

Lake Oswego, Oregon

14 Georgy Gorodetskiy

Forward

10

Yekaterinburg, Russia

16 Alexander Falconer

Forward

10

Kohler, Wisconsin

17 Chandler Watson

Forward

10

Thunder Bay, ON, Canada

Cale Politoski joined SSM in 2006. Prior to SSM, Politoski coached high school hockey for nine seasons in Milwaukee. He 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. Politoski is also the assistant manager of the Sports Complex at SSM.

Mike Carpentier ’00 Boys Midget AA Assistant Coach Mike Carpentier ’00 joined SSM in 2005. He is a Faribault native and graduated from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Carpentier teaches history at SSM and is the Assistant Coach for Varsity Baseball.

Roster Hometown

18 Sean Harrison

Forward

10

Anchorage, Alaska

19 Matteo Milroy

Forward

10

Faribault, Minnesota

20 Joachim Weberg

Forward

9

Stocksund, Sweden

21 William Bender

Forward

10

Snohomish, Washington

22 William Steck

Forward

12

New York, New York

24 Dong Hyun Seo

Forward

11

Seoul, South Korea

30 Jeremy Brodeur

Goalie

9

Essex Fells, New Jersey

35 Alex Corley

Goalie

9

Lafayette, Colorado 13


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Bantam Tier I

Front Row (left-right): Mason Kohn, Spencer Kuhlman, Rem Pitlick, Vincent de May, Evan Robert, Kevin Resop, Niko Karamanis, Joseph Crawford, Larry Jungwirth, Jordan Klehr Back Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Ben Umhoefer, Sam Oden, Ryan Lindgren, Collin Saccoman, Jarrett Scheibel, Jordan Greenway, Andrew Picco, Mitch Dolter, Nathan Noel, Jordan Hank, Tyler Bump, Head Coach John LaFontaine

Team

Roster

John LaFontaine Hometown

Boys Bantam Tier I Head Coach

#

Name

Position

Grade

1

Evan Robert

Goalie

9

2

Sam Oden

Defense

9

Faribault, Minnesota

3

Pierce Crawford

Forward

9

Alpharetta, Georgia

4

Andrew Picco

Defense

9

Marystown, NL, Canada

7

Jordan Hank

Forward

9

Lincoln, Nebraska

8

Niko Karamanis

Forward

8

Courtenay, BC, Canada

9

Collin Saccoman

Defense

9

Stillwater, Minnesota

10 Nathan Noel

Forward

9

St. John’s, NL, Canada

11 Vincent de Mey

Forward

8

Los Angeles, California

12 Jordan Greenway

Forward

9

Potsdam, New York

14 Jarrett Scheibel

Forward

9

New Ulm, Minnesota

Ben Umhoefer ’05

15 Larry Jungwirth

Forward

9

Bloomington, Minnesota

Boys Bantam Tier I Assistant Coach

16 Rem Pitlick

Forward

9

Plymouth, Minnesota

17 Mason Kohn

Forward

9

Davie, Florida

18 Ryan Lindgren

Defense

8

Lakeville, Minnesota

Ben Umhoefer ‘05 joined SSM in 2010. A Marshfield, Wisconsin native, Umhoefer is a 2005 SSM graduate. He played collegiate hockey at St. Olaf College where his team won the school’s first MIAC Championship in 2009 since 1939. He served as a team captain as a senior and graduated with a degree in Economics. Umhoefer also is an Admissions Associate.

Faribault, Minnesota

19 Tyler Bump

Forward

9

Prior Lake, Minnesota

20 Mitchell Dolter

Forward

9

Woodbury, Minnesota

21 Spencer Kuhlman

Defense

8

Grand Forks, North Dakota

22 Jordan Klehr

Defense

9

Lino Lakes, Minnesota

30 Kevin Resop

Goalie

9

North Redington Beach, Florida

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John LaFontaine joined SSM in 2007 and is in his fourth year coaching the Bantam Tier I team. Prior to SSM, he owned and operated a hockey training program in Bozeman, MT. He has been coaching hockey for 19 years following a collegiate playing career at Miami University (Ohio). LaFontaine is also SSM’s Sports Complex Manager.


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls U18

U.S. Youth Soccer Team

Front Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Whitney Odden, Kennedy Ulrich, Civanni Moss, Nastacia Behle, Sandra Graybill, Skyllar Hughes, Amanda Goulet, Emma Fleming, Head Coach David Linenberger Back Row (left-right): Goalkeeper Coach Ryan Brooks, Ashley Boitz, Mackenzie Graybill, Taylor Griffin, Lily Jilk, Kaelyn Korte, Karina Fredette, Justy Linton, Dani Patterson, Hope Lundberg, Darien Powell, Alyssa Ciona, Dakotah Sparrman, Gabby Garbe, Molly Pignato

David Linenberger Girls U18 Head Coach, Director of Girls Soccer

Team Roster #

Name

Position

0

Nastacia Behle

Goalkeeper

12

Saint Paul, Missouri

1

Skyllar Hughes

Goalkeeper

11

Riverwoods, Illinois

4

Lily Jilk

Defender

12

Riverfalls, Wisconsin

5

Taylor Griffin

Forward

12

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

6

Kaelyn Korte

Midfielder

12

Prior Lake, Minnesota

7

Danielle Patterson

Midfielder

12

Des Moines, Iowa

8

Sandra Graybill

Defender

12

Lakeville, Minnesota

9

Amanda Goulet

Midfielder

12

Quebec City, QC, Canada

10 Darien Powell

Forward

12

Laporte City, Iowa

Whitney Odden

11 Civanni Moss

Midfielder

12

Woodbridge, Virginia

Girls U18 Assistant Coach

13 Emma Fleming

Defender

12

Grosselle, Michigan

15 Hope Lundberg

Midfielder

12

Rhinelander, Wisconsin

16 Justy Linton

Defender

12

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

17 Karina Fredette

Forward

12

Gatineau, QC, Canada

18 Alyssa Ciona

Defender

12

Okotoks, AB, Canada

David Linenberger joined SSM in 2005. A former national staff coach for US Soccer, Linenberger brings years of coaching experience at youth, collegiate and professional levels to SSM. Prior to joining SSM, Linenberger served as the Assistant Technical Director for the Virginia Youth Soccer Association. He served as Regional ODP Head Coach in Region II & IV. Linenberger holds a master’s degree in exercise physiology from San Francisco State University and is on the science faculty at SSM.

Whitney Odden joined SSM in 2009 following her graduation Dartmouth College, where she played four years of intercollegiate soccer at the Division I level. Odden graduated with an A.B. degree with a major in Government and a minor in Middle Eastern Language and Literature. She is also Assistant Director of Community Life.

Grade

Hometown

15


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls U17

U.S. Youth Soccer Team

Front Row (left-right): Assistant Coach Michele Costa, Melissa Biel, Addie Lust, Maia Lundstrom, Skyllar Hughes, Allison Neary, Gabby Garbe, Molly Pignato, Goalkeeper Coach Ryan Brooks Back Row (Left-right): Head Coach Michele Cornish, Kennedy Ulrich, Emma Fleming, Nicole Jones, Ashley Boitz, Ashley Gross, Mackenzie Graybill, Dakotah Sparrman, Katelyn Gross, Linley Brown

Team

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Roster

Michele Cornish

#

Name

Position

Grade

Hometown

0

Allison Neary

Goalkeeper

9

Colorado Springs, Colorado

1

Maia Lundstrom

Goalkeeper

10

White Bear Lake, Minnesota

2

Nicole Jones

M/D

10

Pittsford, New York

3

Gabrielle Garbe

Midfielder

11

Miller Place, New York

4

Adeline Lust

M/F

10

Northfield, Minnesota

5

Dakotah Sparrman

Midfielder

11

Apple Valley, Minnesota

6

Molly Pignato

Midfielder

11

Stacy, Minnesota

7

Ashley Gross

Midfielder

9

Hudson, Wisconsin

10 Linley Brown

Forward

9

Wakefield, Rhode Island

11 Mackenzie Graybill

Midfielder

10

Lakeville, Minnesota

12 Ashley Boitz

Forward

11

St. Cloud, Minnesota

14 Kennedy Ulrich

M/F

11

Loydminster, Alberta

17 Melissa Biel

Defender

10

Chesterton, Indiana

Girls U17 Head Coach Michele Cornish joined SSM in 2010. Prior to SSM, she was the former head women’s soccer coach at UNC-Ashville for 16 ½ years. During her tenure at UNC-Ashville, her teams competed in eight Big South Conference championship matches. Cornish was twice named Big South Coach of the Year. Her collegiate career at George Mason University included a national championship and selection to play on the U.S. National team in China.

Michele Costa Girls U17 Assistant Coach Michele Costa joined SSM in 2008. Prior to SSM, she was the women’s graduate assistant coach at Northeastern State University, an NCAA Division II school in Oklahoma. Costa played soccer for National American University in Rapid City, SD. Costa also played on the Brazilian National team and San Paulo F.C.


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys U18

U.S. Soccer Development Team

Front Row (left-right): Joe Chabries, Patrick Barnes, Valdis Upmalis, Assistant Coach Ryan Brooks, Soccer Manager Marc Sutton, Head Coach Tim Carter, Andrew Moullin, Blake Jones, Parker Victor Back Row (left-right): Christian Hernandez, Jacob Gandarilla, Eddosa Muhammed, Ricky Lopez-Espin, Wesley Schrock, Adam Prevost, Christian Foust, Dary DeWalt, Emil Gonsalvez, Ben Borns-Moore, Lenny Kusina, Petter Aasa, Lucas Beato, John Lujano

Tim Carter

Boys U18 Head Coach, Director of Boys Soccer

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Tim Carter joined SSM in 2005. He was the former Director of Youth Development and National Staff Coach for US Soccer. Carter has over twenty years of coaching experience including 12 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. A NSCAA Coach of the Year recipient, Coach Carter developed the soccer program at Illinois State into a top twenty program. Additionally, Tim has served as the Coaching Director for US Club Soccer’s id2 program.

1

Christian Foust

Goalkeeper

12

Vandalia, Ohio

2

Joseph Chabries

Defender

12

Salt Lake City, Utah

3

Valdis Upmalis

Defender

11

Riga, Latvia

4

Lucas Beato

Midfielder

13

Sao Paulo, Brazil

5

Andrew Kendall-Moullin

Defender

11

Faribault, Minnesota

7

Christian Hernandez

Midfielder

12

Miami, Florida

8

Patrick Barnes

Midfielder

12

Halifax, NS, Canada

9

Eddosa Muhammed

Forward

11

Anoka, Wisconsin

10 Jacob Gandarilla

Midfielder

12

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Ryan Brooks

12 John Lujano

Midfielder

12

McPherson, Kansas

13 Blake Jones

Defender

12

Green Bay, Wisconsin

15 Petter Aasa

Midfielder

11

Umear, Sweden

16 Wesley Schrock

Defender

11

Paducah, Kentucky

17 Benjamin Borns-Moore

Forward

12

Madison, Wisconsin

19 Ricardo Lopez-Espin

Forward

10

Miami, Florida

20 Parker Victor

Midfielder

12

Terre Haute, Indiana

21 Michael Bajza

Midfielder

11

Tampa, Florida

Boys U18 Assistant Coach, Goalkeeper Coach Ryan Brooks joined SSM in 2010. Prior to SSM, he was Director of Coaching Education for Super Soccer Stars in New York City teaching 150 professional coaches. Brooks graduated from St. John’s University in Queens, NY where he also played soccer. After graduation he was an assistant coach at Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ), Williams College (MA), and Hobart College (NY). In 2007, he was named Assistant Coach and Director of Player Development for Real Salt Lake (MLS) where he trained the goalkeepers and oversaw the U16 and U18 academy teams. Brooks received his Master’s Degree in Sports Leadership from Duquesne University.

Grade

Hometown

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys U18

U.S. Youth Soccer Team

Front Row (left-right): Head Coach Steve Cornish, Alejandro Gomez, Grecia Burns-Cadotte, Jose Ojeda, Norbey Putt-Ryan, Mark Gormley, Julio Gaviria, Will Smith, Assistant Coach Patrick Tate Back Row (left-right): Joshua Parris, Rasmus Hansen, Neal Usry, Trey Benhart, Adam Prevost, Dary DeWalt, Connor Cowley, Alejandro Gambirazio, Chris MacLeod, Lenny Kusina

Team

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Roster

Steve Cornish

#

Name

Position

Grade

Hometown

0

Dary DeWalt

Goalkeeper

12

Greendale, Wisconsin

1

Adam Prevost

Goalkeeper

11

Charlottesville, Virginia

2

Alejandro Gomez

Defender

12

Udhailiyah, Saudia Arabia

3

Leonard Kusina

Defender

12

Surrey, British Columbia

4

Norbey Putt-Ryan

Forward

12

Ottawa, ON, Canada

5

Alejandro Gambirazio

Defender

12

Lima, Peru

6

Christopher MacLeod

Defender

12

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

7

Julio Gaviria

Midfielder

12

Hyde Park, New York

8

Mark Gormley

Midfielder

12

Minneapolis, Minnesota

9

Joshua Parris

M/F

12

St. Michael, Barbados

10 Grecia Burns-Cadotte

Forward

12

Minneapolis, Minnesota

11 Jose Ojeda

Midfielder

11

Geneva, Switzerland

13 Rasmus Hansen

Midfielder

10

Lugano, Switzerland

14 Connor Cowley

Defender

12

Watertown, Minnesota

14 Emil Gonsalvez

Midfielder

12

Austin, Texas

16 Geoffrey Dee

Midfielder

10

Germantown, Tennessee

17 Will Smith

Midfielder

11

Christchurch, New Zealand

18 Trey Benhart

Defender

11

Lakeville, Minnesota

21 Neal Usry

Forward

11

Shreveport, Louisiana

Boys U18 Head Coach Steve Cornish returned to Shattuck-St. Mary’s in 2010 having been the Head Coach at NCAA Division I UNC Asheville for 17 years. During his tenure there, he guided the UNC Asheville team to some of the biggest wins in school history and was twice named Big South Coach of the Year. Cornish has been an ODP Regional Staff coach for both Region II and more recently, Region III. Cornish previously taught and coached at SSM from 1983 to 1992.

Patrick Tate Boys U18 Assistant Coach Patrick Tate joined SSM in 2010. Prior to SSM, he played professionally in the United Soccer League (USL). Prior to going pro, Tate graduated from the University of North Carolina Asheville. He was selected to the Big South all-conference team and two alltournament teams his senior year, as well as named the UNC-Asheville Male Athlete of the Year.


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys U16

U.S. Soccer Development Team

Front Row (left-right): Head Coach Bob Moullin, Robby Sagel, Isaiah McCullough, Mark Brown, Luke Stauffer, Joseph Melong, Kevin Beyer, Corey Cadeau, Heath Honold, Hollis Malkowski, Assistant Coach Tommy Nienhaus Back Row (left-right): Ricky Thai, Tom Bissett, Francisco Narbon, Rasmus Hansen, Stephen Bridges, Neal Usry, Pascal Rathle, Brendan Rennie, Steve Eneme, Karl Frisk, Jose Ojeda, Luke Haakenson, Cory Sauerwine, Cole Poppin, Akeem Ward

Bob Moullin Boys U16 Head Coach Bob Moullin joined SSM in 2009. A native of Manchester, England, Moullin has more than 30 years of coaching experience at club, high school, college and national levels. He coached men’s and women’s teams for 15 years at Flagler College, an NCAA Division II member. He also coached at Jacksonville University. Moullin has amassed over 200 collegiate wins while earning six conference titles and coaching 22 All-American and Academic All-American players.

Tommy Nienhaus Boys U16 Assistant Coach Tommy Nienhaus joined SSM in 2009. Prior to SSM, he served as the Boys Head Varsity Coach at Lawrence North High School for the 2007 and 2008 seasons where his team posted an overall record of 24-6-8 and was a state high school Sectional runner-up in 2008. Nienhaus holds a coaching license from US Soccer, a National Diploma from the NSCAA and a Master’s degree in Exercise Science.

Team Roster #

Name

Position

Grade

Hometown

0

Loren Whitaker

Goalkeeper

11

Oldsmar, Florida

1

Joseph Melong

Goalkeeper

11

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

2

Steve Eneme

Defender

11

York, Pennsylvania

3

Thomas Bissett

Midfielder

10

Ottawa, ON, Canada

4

Isaiah McCullough

Midfielder

11

Lower Sackville, NS, Canada

5

Francisco Narbon

Defender

11

Panama City, Panama

6

Pascal Rathle

Midfielder

11

Jacksonville, Florida

7

Heath Honold

Midfielder

10

Coon Rapids, Iowa

8

Corey Cadeau

Midfielder

11

Coldbrook, NS, Canada

9

Karl Frisk

Forward

11

Vegby, Sweden

10 Kevin Beyer

Midfielder

11

Boulder, Colorado

11 Robert Sagel

Defender

11

Las Vegas, Nevada

12 Lucas Stauffer

Midfielder

11

Owensboro, Kentucky

13 Mark Brown

Midfielder

10

Wakefield, Rhode Island

14 Akeem Ward

Forward

10

Vienna, Virginia

15 Cole Poppen

Defender

9

Ankeny, Iowa

16 Ricky Thai

Midfielder

10

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

17 Stephen Bridges

Defender

11

Morgantown, North Carolina

18 Luke Haakenson

Midfielder

8

Maple Grove, Minnesota

19 Cory Sauerwine

Midfielder

11

Clearwater, Florida

20 Hollis Malkowski

Defender

11

Lowell, Indiana

00 Brendan Rennie

Goalkeeper

9

Maple Grove, Minnesota 19


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Figure Skating

Front Row (left-right): Jacob Kahn, Renata Lezama, Marijose Cavazos, Claire Katchur, Sabrina Olivera, Daryn Finkelstein, Michelle Chan, Marissa Mark, Emily Moon, Ana Hanhausen, Sumika Yamada, Madalyn Moree, Richard Kahn Back Row (Left-right): Director of Figure Skating Diana Ronayne, Xavier Buhman, Bailey Ciaramella, Gabby Biard, Valeria Arthuber, Maggie Hausmann, Lindy Martinson, Sophie Liesenfeld-Hahn, Brittany Lau, Summer O’Connor, Rosie Jones, Kasie Sundhagul, Sara Sacal, Gina Gilderman, Katie Miller, Raechel McKnight, Lexi Wiesner, Director of Figure Skating Operations Tom Hickey Not pictured: Ximena Niembro and Camryn Hellwarth Team

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Roster

Name Michelle Chan Brittany Lau Summer O’Connor Gabrielle Biard Bailey Ciaramella Gina Gilderman Maggie Hausmann Camryn Hellwarth Marissa Mark Raechel McKnight Sabrina Olivera Valeria Arthuber Xavier Buhman Rosie Jones Richard Kahn Claire Katchur Ximena Niembro Sara Sacal Lexi Wiesner Sumika Yamada Marijose Cavazos Daryn Finkelstein Ana Hanhausen Jacob Kahn Sophie Liesenfeld-Hahne Lindy Martinson Emily Moon Kasie Sundhagul Renata Lezama Katie Miller Madalyn Moree

Grade 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 6 5

Hometown San Francisco, California San Francisco, California Faribault, Minnesota Flower Mound, Texas Marvin, North Carolina Duluth, Minnesota Cedarburg, Wisconsin Meadville, Pennsylvania Excelsior, Minnesota St. Charles, Missouri Mexico City, Mexico Munich, Germany Faribault, Minnesota Juneau, Alaska Chicago, Illinois Chanhassen, Minnesota Mexico City, Mexico Mexico City, Mexico Conroe, Texas Los Angelos, California Monterrey, Mexico Woodlands, Texas Mexico City, Mexico Chicago, Illinois Weston, Massachusetts Redwood City, California Ozark, Missouri Bangkok, Thailand Mexico City, Mexico Tyler, Minnesota Billingham, Washington

Diana Ronayne Director of Figure Skating Diana Ronayne joined SSM with the launch of the figure skating program in 2005. Prior to SSM, she was the Director and Resident Coach at Colorado Springs World Arena. She has U.S. National and World Championship coaching experience, and was the coach of Ryan Jahnke, a silver medalist at the Grand Prix Skate America in 2004 and Dan Hollander, 10th place finisher in the World Championships in 1997. Ronayne is master rated in figures and free skating and has a PSA VII ranking. She directs the SSM Figure Skating program and is a strong proponent for combining college-preparatory academics with athletic excellence.

Tom Hickey Director of Figure Skating Operations Tom Hickey joined SSM in 2007. Prior to SSM, he was the Director of Skating at Twin Rinks Ice Pavilion in Buffalo Grove, IL. His professional skating experience includes training USFS Regional through National, Junior World and Grand Prix level competitors. Hickey has years of experience in establishing and directing International/National skaters and training programs, learn to skate and performance skating schools, coaching education, and synchronized skating programs. He has developed programs such as Power Plus, Summer Recreation Camp, Coaches’ Education Program (CEP) and served as District Director Board Member of the Ice Skating Institute.


Shattuck-St. Mary’s Golf

From left to right: Sydney Brickey, Nathan Zhao, Jake Curwin, Phillip Baumberger, Han Been Lee, Sean Kim and Coach Mike Higdon

Mike Higdon Director of Golf Mike Higdon joined SSM in 2010. He has been a Class “A” member of the PGA since 2004. Coach Higdon started his professional golf career in South Florida while working with some of the top golf instructors in the world as well as players on the PGA, LPGA, Nationwide, Futures, and several mini-tours. Prior to joining SSM, Coach Higdon was responsible for founding and building the Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Programs at Valparaiso University. He has also served as General Manager of The Course at Aberdeen in Valparaiso, Indiana and Head Golf Professional at Bardstown Country Club in Bardstown, Kentucky.

Team Roster Name Position

Grade

Hometown

Sydney Brickey

11

Burtchville, Michigan

Nathan Zhao

9

Tamuning, Guam, HI

Jake Curwin

11

Faribault, Minnesota

Phillip Baumberger

11

Indianapolis, Indiana

Han Been Lee

8

Seoul, South Korea

Sean Kim

10

Seoul, South Korea

The Golf Center of Excellence offers a 12-month training program that includes: • Access to the Legacy Golf Course, directly east from the School’s campus. The Legacy course is an 18-hole, 6,500 yard course with a driving range and a putting/chipping practice area. • Putting and swing analysis studios using TOMI and V1 Golf video/software systems • Locker room space for player equipment and preparation • Team gathering space for meetings and video review • Indoor putting, chipping, and driving range facilities 21


Inter-Scholastic Sports and Activities @ SSM

Complementing our Centers of Excellence are numerous opportunities in interscholastic sports. We offer nearly 20 interscholastic and club sports in our three-season program, helping students learn to balance academics and athletics.

Fall Term: Girls Volleyball, Girls Tennis, Interscholastic Soccer (co-ed), Fencing (co-ed), Middle School Soccer

Winter Term: Boys (including Middle School) and Girls Basketball, Fencing (co-ed), Zumba Club, Robotics

Spring Term: Boys and Girls Lacrosse, Boys and Girls Interscholastic Golf, Boys Baseball, Boys Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee (co-ed), 5K Running Club (co-ed)

All students have access to our extensive athletic facilities including three indoor ice arenas (open skates are routinely offered), an 18-hole golf course, soccer fields, a domed indoor field house with a full size turf soccer field, six tennis courts, two gymnasiums, outdoor turf soccer field and a spacious strength and conditioning facility.

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Hockey Camps To Register, go to: www.s-sm.org/also/summer/hockey-camps

Pro Development Camp Two-week session offered for boys, ages 14-17 $2,495.00 Boarding Camp Aug. 5, 2012 through Aug. 18, 2012

Boys Hockey Camp 3 one-week sessions offered for boys ages 11-16 $979.00 Boarding Camp $809.00 Day Camp $679.00 Goalies Session 1: July 8-14, 2012 Session 2: July 15-21, 2012 Session 3: July 22-28, 2012

Girls Hockey Camp

One-week session offered for girls, ages 11-18 $850.00 Boarding Camp $640.00 Day Camp $400.00 Goalies June 24-30, 2012

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Skating Camps For more information, go to: www.s-sm.org/also/summer/figure-skating

Figure Skating Training Camp 3 one-week sessions June 10, 2012 through June 16, 2012 June 17, 2012 through June 23, 2012 June 24, 2012 through June 30, 2012

Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Soccer Camps

& Tournaments

For more information, go to: www.s-sm.org/also/summer/soccer

Camps

Tournaments

Boys Top Talent Camp

SSM-Adidas Boys College Showcase

December 28-31, 2012 Resident - $390, Commuter - $325 For players born between 1/1/97 – 12/31/99 For more information check the website or contact: Bob Moullin 507-333-1743 bob.moullin@s-sm.org

Boys Prospect Weekends

January 14-16 2012 February 11-13 2012 March 24-26 2012 April 28-30 2012 For players born in 1994, 95, 96, 97 & 98 For more information check the website or contact: Bob Moullin 507-333-1743 bob.moullin@s-sm.org

Girls REW Weekends

October 28-30 2011 January 14-16 2012 March 23-25 2012 For more information check the website or contact: Michele Cornish 507-333-1716 michele.cornish@s-sm.org 24

Boys U17 & Boys U18, By Invitation only December 16-18, 2011

SSM-Adidas Girls College Showcase

Girls U17 & Girls U18, By Invitation only January 27-29, 2012

4v4 Tournament

February 25, 2012 For players U9-U19, 6 players per team For more information check the website or contact: Tommy Nienhaus 507-333-1750 tommy.nienhaus@s-sm.org

Boys Top Talent Challenge

March 10-11, 2012 For players BU13-BU15, Entry Fee $650 For more information check the website or contact: Tommy Nienhaus 507-333-1750 tommy.nienhaus@s-sm.org


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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.

1000 Shumway Avenue ♦ P.O. Box 218 Faribault, Minnesota 55021 ♦ 507-333-1500 ♦ www.s-sm.org

2011-12 Athletic COE Program  

2011-2012 Athletic Centers of Excellence Program

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