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Shattuck-St. Mary’s too much for Little Caesars in 19-U Tier I final April 10, 2011 By Carl Chimenti Special to USAHockey.com It was a dominating performance from start to finish for Shattuck-St. Mary’s
April 3, 2011 By Lindsay Fetzner Special to USAHockey.com After a two-year hiatus, Shattuck-St. Mary’s is back on top in the boys 18-U Tier I division. The Minnesota-based prep school, home to the USA Hockey national champions in 2007 and ’08, pulled out a 3-1 victory over the Mid Fairfield Blues on Sunday at the 2011 USA Hockey National Championships in Simsbury, Conn.
Ruegsegger wins NCAA Elite 88 Award Sophomore goaltender honored as top student-athlete at NCAA Women’s Frozen Four Sophomore Becca Ruegsegger poses with her NCAA Elite 88 Award. March 17, 2011 • NCAA Elite 88 Program ERIE, Pa.
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Ruegsegger wins NCAA Elite 88 Award
3/21/11…With the students back from break and the weather getting warmer, an important time of the year is upon us here at Shattuck-St. Mary’s, the spring soccer season. Both the boys and girls soccer programs have exciting events and games that highlight the upcoming spring season. The U16 and U18 boys team will continue to compete in the Developmental Academy, where they are both in respectable positions, and looking forward to making runs to the top of their groups. Recently, both teams defeated the Minnesota Thunder Academy by a score of 3-1. Their next matches will be on April 2nd against Sporting Kansas City at home. The U17 boys will be travelling to Dallas, Texas in April to compete in the Dallas Cup. Their MRL season begins with two games on April 2nd and 3rd against Madison 56ers and SC Waukesha at home. May brings the State Cup, where the U17 boys team will look to get out of their group and advance to the finals. On the girls side, the U18 team will be looking to make it 3 for 3 U18 MRL spring championships, as they will facing strong competition. The U18 girls were drawn in a tough bracket for State Cup, with the top three teams in Minnesota in the same bracket. Along with SSM, the bracket includes Eden Prairie, Minnesota Thunder Academy, and Wayzata. The State Cup games begin on April 28th at Isante Soccer Complex. The U17 girls are coming off of a strong weekend at the Jefferson Cup where they went undefeated scoring eight goals and only having two scored against. Their State Cup highlights games against Dakota Rev, Minnesota Thunder East, and Wayzata. Their league schedule will start in May and should be out within a few weeks. Visit http://soccer.s-sm.org for full schedules on all five SSM soccer teams.
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Spring Seasons Start Up
SSM to build new ‘studio’ ice rink By: Brendan Burnett-Kurie Posted: Saturday, March 12, 2011 9:56 pm Email Print The new “studio” hockey facility to be built at Shattuck-St. Mary’s will be located where the old tennis courts are in the left of this photo, on the south side of the old ice arena.
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Gaining a little Xposure By: Tyler Mason Posted: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 10:39 pm Email Print Players practice in the Shattuck-St.
Gaining a little Xposure
Faribault, MN (February 3, 2011) –- 9 members of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Soccer Center of Excellence made their college decision final by signing a National Letter of Intent on the first day of the signing period for soccer. In addition, three other student-athletes also made their choice of college public by signing an institutional letter of commitment or by making a verbal commitment. “It is an exciting day for these players, their families, our soccer program and our school,” said Scott Curwin, Director of Athletics at SSM. “These twelve student-athletes represent countless hours of practice, travel, and sacrifice to achieve this moment. On behalf of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s School faculty and staff, I would like to congratulate you on this accomplishment and wish you success in the future.” Players signing a National Letter of Intent are: (Information provided: Student-athlete Name / Hometown / Position / College Choice) Girls Sarah Anderson / Marshalltown, IA / Defender / St. Cloud State (MN) Natalie Fettinger / Hemlock, MI / Goalkeeper / University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (WI) Alex Pantze / Faribault, MN / Midfielder / University of South Dakota (SD) Camille Varin-Tremblay / St. Hubert, Quebec (CAN) / Midfielder / University of Maine at Orono (ME) Boys David Abidor / Northbrook, IL / Defender-Midfielder / University of Dayton (OH) Hollie Gray / West Des Moines, IA / Defender / Presbyterian College (SC) Dennis Sanchez / Albuquerque, NM / Goalkeeper / Furman University (SC) Kevin Schafer / Albuquerque, NM / Defender / University of Evansville (IN) Tom Skelly / Wooster, OH / Midfielder-Defender / Georgetown University (DC) Players verbally committing or signing an Institutional Letter of Commitment are: Girls Hayley Engel / Mendota Heights, MN / Midfielder / University of Rochester (NY) Boys Brett Habermehl / Moberly, MO / Midfielder-Forward / American University (DC) Max Morice / Stillwater, MN / Midfielder / Yale University (CT)
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SSM Seniors Commit on Signing Day
Boys U18 Defender, David Abidor, recently committed to playing college soccer at the University of Dayton David Abidor was recently featured in an article on TopDrawerSoccer, for his college commitment to the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio. David was included on a list of high school seniors who compete in the Development Academy that have decided on the next step in their academic and soccer careers. Next year as a Dayton Flyer, Abidor will play in the competitive Atlantic-10 conference. In 2011, he will compete for a starting position on a young, talented roster. Visit topdrawersoccer to see full article on David. http://topdrawersoccer.com/players-to-watch/players-to-watch-archives/nid-19480/Academy-standouts-release-commitments
David Abidor Commits to Dayton