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This coming Saturday at 6:00pm, the Shattuck St. Mary’s U18 Developemental Academy team will be taking on former players in the 2nd Annual Alumni Game. This is an exciting weekend for the alumni to visit Shattuck on break from their respected colleges. It is also an exciting time for the current Shattuck players, who get to see their friends and hear about life in college soccer. The list of players returning for the weekend has grown from last year and the list consists of an MLS player (Ben Sippola), Division 1, 2, and 3 players. The list is as follows: Samuel Asante Ben Sippola Gideon Asante Luke Sollie Saul Rosales Edison Crespo Babalakin Omosegbon Joey Tennyson Patrick Donyen Tyrel Spitler Michael Gandier Adekunle Oluyedun Jack Thesing David Abidor Jide Oluyedun Max Cainker Hollie Gray Chris Sutton Please come out and enjoy a fun environment at the Shattuck St. Mary’s Boys Soccer Alumni Game!
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Alumni Return for Game Against U18DA
Matt Smaby- Anaheim Ducks
Joe Corvo – Boston Bruins
Drew Stafford – Buffalo Sabres
Jamie McBain – Carolina Hurricanes
Jonathan Toews – Chicago Blackhawks – Team Captain
Patrick Eaves – Detroit Red Wings
Ty Conklin – Detroit Red Wings
Taylor Chorney – Edmonton Oilers
Jack Johnson – Los Angles Kings
Zach Parise – New Jersey Devils – Team Captain
Kyle Okposo – New York Islanders – Assistant Captain
Derek Stepan – New York Rangers
Sidney Crosby – Pittsburg Penguins – Team Captain
Chris Porter – St. Louis Blues
Ryan Malone – Tampa Bay Lightning
15 Shattuck Alumni Make NHL Opening Day Rosters 2011-12
Devils put the ‘C’ on Parise’s sweater
By Dave Lozo - NHL.com Staff Writer
The move comes after Parise signed a one-year contract this offseason. Parise will become an unrestricted free agent after this season, but has said both his agent and the team will work on a long-term extension during the season.
As per the collective-bargaining agreement, Parise can’t sign a new deal until after Jan. 1.
Parise talked about potentially becoming the team’s captain with NHL.com before training camp, saying: “Of course I would like to. I think right now, with our team, we’re in a transition period where for six years, I was always the youngest guy and all of a sudden I’m one of the oldest. We’re at a point where there are a lot of veteran guys who aren’t with us anymore.
“As a player, you try to take a little bit more of a leadership role every year. Whether you have the ‘C’ or not, it’s not as if players are going to look at me different. That’s just now how it is. Players just respect other players whether they got a ‘C’ on their jersey or not.”
The Devils drafted Parise in the first round of the 2003 Entry Draft. In six seasons with New Jersey, the native of Minneapolis has scored at least 30 goals four times with a career-high of 45 in 2008-09. The left wing is coming off a season where he played just 13 games due to a knee injury suffered at the end of October.
Devils put the ‘C’ on Parise’s sweater
6/5/11…On a beautiful Sunday morning in Isanti, MN the Shattuck-St. Mary’s U17 Boys accomplished another one of their goals by beating St. Croix and becoming the 2011 Minnesota State Cup Champions. The team will now head to Regionals at the end of June.
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U17 Boys State Cup Champs
Form SSM player, and college standout, Ben Sippola was drafted 28th overall by the Columbus Crew. This past Tuesday, the Columbus Crew of the MLS drafted midfielder Ben Sippola from Butler University. Sippola is a graduate of Shattuck St. Mary’s and a former midfielder on the Centers of Excellence soccer program. After the Christmas holiday, Sippola returned to Shattuck to train with the U18 boys team in preperation for the MLS Combine. At the combine Ben impressed the Crew coaching staff enough for them to draft him with their 28th pick of the Supplemental Draft. To read more about the Crew’s draft choice visit: http://www.thecrew.com/news/2011/01/crew-nab-two-midfielders-supplemental
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Ben Sippola Drafted by Columbus Crew
Ben Sippola 2010 Horizon League Player of the Year 2010 November 11 by Brian Quarstad Ben Sippola Minnesota’s Ben Sippola has been chosen as the 2010 Horizon League Player of the Year. Sippola is from Northfield, Minnesota and played for Shattuck – St. Mary’s before attending Butler University. According to Sippola, the senior midfielder is playing a more attacking role this year for his school which has allowed him to lead the Bulldogs (15-0-2) in scoring with 7 goals. Sippola was also chosen as the Offensive Player of the Year and voted in as first team All-League which are both decided by league coaches. Sippola currently leads the league in assists (9), while ranking second in total points (23). He’s ranked ninth in the NCAA Division I in assists with 11.
Ben Sippola Horizon League Honors
Player Highest Accomplishment Carly Aimi Union College, ECAC Kacie Anderson University of Wisconsin – Riverfalls, MIAC Kristy Anderson Uiversity of Vermont, ECAC Renae Berg University of Wisconsin- Riverfalls, MIAC Ryan Duncan University of North Dakota, WCHA Tyler Eaves RPI, ECAC Jim Erickson Hamline University, MIAC Ben Grotting University of Wisconsin, WCHA Phil Hotarek Manhattanville College, ECAC-East Brad Miller University of North Dakota, WCHA Chip Mladenoff Sacred Heart, Atlantic Hockey Jennilee Moe Augsburg College, MIAC Noelle Needham Minnesota State University, Mankato, WCHA Nikki Petrich Northeastern University, Hockey East Cassie Reid Colgate University,ECAC Jon Vadnais Bemidji State University Frankie Williams University of Vermont, Hockey East
Player Highest Accomplishment Jake Anderson American International College, Atlantic Hockey Aylssa Breu Niagra University David Estoque Lake Forest College, NCHA Ryan Forgaard Union College, ECAC Adrian Galassi Lake Forest College, NCHA Jason Horstman St. Mary’s College, MIAC Paige Keranen Wayne State, CHA Suzie Kuehnast St. Catherines, MIAC H.T. Lenz University of Vermont Peter Lompado MSU, Mankato, WCHA Kayleen Miller Northeastern University, Hockey East Jen Schoullis University of Minnesota, WCHA Sasha Sherry Princeton, ECAC Laurel Simer Utica College, ECAC-West Ben Youds MSU, MAnkato, WCHA
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