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Chicago, IL – Tim Carter, Director of the Boys Soccer Center of Excellence, was named the U17/18 Central Conference Coach of the Year, The U.S. Soccer Development Academy announced Sunday. Carter won the award for the second consecutive year, as he was also named National Coach of the Year in 2013. Under Coach Carter’s direction, […]
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Tim Carter Named Central Conference Coach of the Year
Joe DeMay has been named the Director of the Girl’s Soccer Center of Excellence at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. DeMay served as the head coach of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s U17 team for the past season which culminated in a 37-10-5 record and a run all the way to the Minnesota State Cup Championship Game. In addition to […]
By Josh Berhow Faribault Daily News One year after getting passed over in his first year of eligibility, Tyler Vesel heard his name called during the 2014 NHL Draft. Vesel, who graduated from Shattuck-St. Mary’s in 2013, was drafted in the sixth round, 153rd overall, by the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday at the […]
Tyler Vesel ’13 Hears His Name Called at NHL Draft
Westfield, IN – After a great first two days at the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Playoffs, the Boys U18 team will advance to the final week with a win on Thursday. That win will need to come against last year’s champion and the team that defeated SSM in the championship game in extra time, the […]
Sam Eisenhuth (far right) surges with a final round 76 to end up with a top 3 finish. On far left is Tripp Kinney who finished in 2nd place and is grandson of SSM alumni Hank Kinney who graduated in 1952.
Shane Hoben hits the best shot of the day and sticks it to 7 feet on Hole 11 which was a tough par 3 just off the water of Lake Michigan.
Congratulations to Sophia Hill (2015) who won the FCWT Whistling Straits event with a final round 86 in tough, windy conditions. She topped her nearest competitor by 10 strokes over the two day event. This is her first victory of many to come in the FCWT. She had a 3rd place finish earlier this season in Arizona, a 2nd place finish in California, and now the victory in Wisconsin. The course played difficult for everyone with the cold, wind, and aerated greens.
Sam Eisenhuth (2014) made a charge during the final round and shot a two under par 34 on his final 9 holes to end up in sole possession of 3rd. He was able to move up six spots with the solid play on Sunday and score of 76. Shane Hoben played consistently solid all weekend in the tough conditions with rounds of 83, 81 and ended up moving up one position during the final round to end up in 4th place. Tommy Schick (2015) also moved up two spots on the leader board by finishing in 7th place. Alejandro Marquez wrapped up the weekend in 6th place in the boys 13-14 age division. On a nice side note, Shane played with Tripp Kinney from Iowa during the final round. Kinney’s grandfather Hank graduated from Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in 1952 and his Aunt Katie graduated from SSM in 1984. Kinney finished in 2nd place just ahead of Eisenhuth.
Congratulations to our golfers for crowding the top of the leader board this weekend in Wisconsin and battling the tough conditions of Lake Michigan. The Golf CoE will have 10 players leaving this Friday to compete next weekend in Zion, Illinois for a MAJGT event that will take place May 10th and 11th.
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Hill Wins at FCWT Whistling Straits
Nathan Zhao (2015) and Parker Reddig (2017) both finished their tournaments by shooting final rounds of -1 relative to par. Zhao who was playing in the Wells Fargo Junior Classic presented by Mizuno at The Country Club of the South in Johns Creek, Georgia got off to a bit of a rough start with a bogey on the opening hole followed by a double bogey on the second. He didn’t let that rattle him as he came right back and birdied both number 3 and 4 to finish the front nine in 37 (+1). Nathan played solid the rest of the way in with 3 birdies and one bogey to finish with a 34 (-2) on the back nine and final round score of 71 (-1) and move into a 19th place finish in the strong field of juniors.
Not to be outdone, Parker Reddig (2017) who was playing in the AJGA Junior All-Star at Kokopelli in Marion, IL also carded a final round of -1 but the course was playing at a par 71 so his score was 70. Reddig who started on number 10 got off to a solid start of all pars until a bogey at number 17 which had him finish his first nine holes at 37 (+1). Parker caught fire on his final nine holes and finished with two birdies on the side to shoot 33 (-2). His solid play and strong finish vaulted him up the leader board for a top 10 finish. Reddig’s score of 70 was low round of the day by 2 shots of the nearest competitor.
Five other team members were competing at the AJGA Preseason Junior at Winnetka in Winnetka, IL. The temps were blustery and wind was strong as Sophie Hill (2015) had the best finish with a final round 83 that moved her up the leader board to finish in 6th place. Rae Spears (2016) finished one shot back of Hill and ended up in 8th place. On the boys side Carter Haskins (2015) was the low overall finisher as he closed out the tournament in 21st place of the 63 golfers. Grant O’Donnell (2016) made a charge up the leader board with a final round 78 to finish one shot behind Haskins. Tommy Schick (2015) had the largest improvement of any golfer in the field on day 2 as he got things moving in the right direction with a final round 79.
Zhao and Reddig – AJGA Events
Budapest, Hungary – The United States Women’s National U-18 Team won their first game of the World Championship by defeating Russia, 6-1. Baylee Wellhausen ’14 was named player of the game tallying a goal and an assist. Other Sabres Brooke Ahbe ’14, Melissa Samoskevich ’15, and Maddie Rolfes ’14, also found the scoresheet for the […]
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Sabres play big roll in Team USA win
Colorado Springs, Co. – United States Hockey released their roster for the U18 Women’s National Team for the World Championships and five members of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Center of Excellence will suit up for the red, white, and blue. Brooke Ahbe ’14, Patti Marshall, ’16, Maddie Rolfes ’14, Melissa Samoskevich ’15, and Baylee Wellhausen ’14 […]
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Five Sabres to represent USA Hockey U-18 Team