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Coach Carter had the chance to go to Sweden to coach a couple clinics and to see a former great in Ben Sippola. Here is a photo of the two SSM greats at Friends Arena in Stockholm. Home of AIK football club.
Coach Carter visits Sweden
SSM is ranked 3rd in the country in the Development Academy evaluations. This was based off of style, training, expenses, respect and administration. We are the only team in the top 10 outside of the MLS academies. This is a special thanks to current and past players who have worn our Sabre jersey.
SSM rankes 3rd in country in Development Academy evaluations
Charles Wang ’13 and Charlie Zhang ’13 have been working on a video documenting the creation of the weCreate Center. Here is a glimpse of what’s to come!
weCreate(d) Rough Edit
It’s only been about five weeks since we opened, and already the weCreate Center is abuzz with activity ranging from workshops with members of Pert Near Sandstone to students designing Halloween masks to Open Mic nights filled with the dulcet tones of brave young artists to conversations about TED Talks to…well, you get the idea. There are lots of opportunities to explore, projects awaiting collaborators, and chances to gain creative confidence. For those of you who are statistically inclined: So far the studios have sponsored four challenges, fielded nearly seventy submissions, and crowned three winners. Over 300 students have completed at least one Empathetic Design Challenge adapted from the Design Thinking process taught at the d.school at Stanford. There are 14 seniors and post-graduates who “own” the responsibility for designing studio spaces, programming, and protocol. There are 26 computers, all equipped with Adobe software, iMovie, Creo, SketchUp, and other programs for performing a variety of different functions. For those of you who are more visually inclined, here is a screenshot of an email sent from a student: And, here is Lauren Stepka’s (’13) interpretation on the wall in our Writing Studio: A Work in Progress Finished Project Create on! Mr. Cav
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From Vision to Reality
Shattuck boys soccer program is excited to announce the dates for the 2012 SSM Winter Prospect Weekend and will take place December 28-31st. This camp is for any soccer player born January 1st, 1997 to December 31st, 2000. This camps instruction focuses on technical and tactical skills applied in small group and match situations. Player
December Prospect Camp Announced (Dec 28-Dec 31)
On a rainy Sunday morning, the U18YS boys sealed their place in the Minnesota State Cup Final. This group of players will be defending their U17 State Cup Championship against the same St. Croix team that they beat in the 2011 finals. The Sunday morning State Cup Semi-Final game started out slow against a well organized MTA squad. Both teams were feeling each other out and trying to get used to the conditions. Shattuck’s Neal Usry had a quality change ten minutes into the game, but saw his effort just go wide of the post. MTA controlled the last ten minutes of the first half, but were unable to score and the teams went into halftime tied at 0-0. After talking over a few tactical changes at halftime, SSM came out in the second half dominated from the beginning. After a handful of unsuccessful corner kicks, and chances on goal, Emil Gonsalvez broke the deadlock in the ’75 minute. Gonsalvez shot out of the midfield crowd to get his head on a lofted ball from Lenny Kusina. Gonsalvez was able to flick his header past the on rushing MTA goal-keeper. After defending hard for the next six to seven minutes, Neal Usry was able to put the game out of reach with his goal in the ’82 minute to put Shattuck up 2-0. Jose Ojeda finished off the scoring for Shattuck in the ’89 minute with his right footed bending shot. The U18YS team will play in the State Cup final for the second year in a row in Isanti, MN. They will be facing a St. Croix team that also went undefeated in group play and scored the same amount of goals as SSM did in their group games. The State Cup final is scheduled for June 2nd at 9am.
After a strong weekend in the Development Academy, the U16DA team placed two players on the Team of the Week. Defender, Robby Sagel, and goal-keeper, Joseph Melong were honored for their outstanding play in their teams two home wins this past weekend. Both players played massive roles in earning the SSM U16DA team two shutouts on the weekend. Sagel and Melong had to come up big on different occasions as neither game saw an overabundance of goals, both ended 1-0 in favor of Shattuck. With the two wins the U16DA team improved to 9-2-1 on the season, and 5-0 in their division, where they sit in first place halfway through their Development Academy season. Click on the link to see the full Team of the Week… http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/club-soccer-articles/development-academy-rewind:-april-21-22_aid24196
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Sagel and Melong On Team of the Week
It was a successful weekend back for both the boys and girls soccer programs at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. Two of the boy’s teams traveled to Milwaukee and Chicago to play in two Development Academy games, while the U18YS team had two friendly home games. The girls competed in the Jefferson Cup in Richmond, VA over the weekend.
Girls Review: Jefferson Cup In their opening game of the 2012 Jefferson Cup, the U18 girls took down Jersey United in convincing fashion, winning 5-1. After a three week spring break and four weeks since their last game, Coach Linenberger was very pleased with his teams performance. “We did well keeping possession and created numerous goal scoring chances. We could have easily scored 10-12 goals” said Linenberger. In their second game of the tournament, SSM came out against the Arundel Vipers and won another convincing game 4-0. According to Linenberger, “The second game of a three game weekend is always the most difficult and we were slow to start. We kept the ball and scored on the chances we created. We did well to get a shutout.” Playing a third game in three days, for the time since January, the Shattuck girls came out against Oakwood a bit tired and heavy legged. Oakwood, a strong team who won both of their first two games, put the pressure on Shattuck in the first half. “We had a good talk at half-time and really responded to play a very good second half. Though we lost 0-2, we played well, kept care of the ball, showed good fight, spirit and intensity” said Linenberger. Game #1 : 1-0 Powell (22. Graybill, M.); 2-0 Fredette (30. Moss); 3-0 Ulrich (49. Sparrman)3-1 (60.); 4-1 Powell (69. Lundberg); 5-1 Powell (79. Goulet) Game #2: 1-0 Powell (20. Ulrich); 2-0 Powell (37. Graybill, S.); 3-0 Patterson (62.); 4-0 Powell (80. Moss) Game #3: 0-1 (42.); 0-2 (50)
Boys Review Saturday: The U18DA and the U16DA teams traveled to Milwaukee on Saturday to take on FC Milwaukee in their first Development Academy games of 2012. In the U18 game, Shattuck went down 0-1 early on, but soon responded with a goal from sophomore standout Ricky Lopez . Shattuck put the game out of reach at the end of the first half, with two goals coming in three minutes for Patrick Barnes and John Lujano . The game finished 3-1. In the U16 game, the trend continued with Shattuck going down 0-1 to FC Milwaukee, but storming back to finish the game 6-2. Three players doubled their goal tallies in this game. Heath Honold , Steve Eneme , and Neal Usry all netted a pair of goals. In the U18YS game, Shattuck took on Valley United from Minneapolis in a friendly game at home. The game started off with much of the possession going to the home team, although Valley United put loads of pressure on Shattuck two outside-backs. The teams went into halftime tied at 0-0. Substitute, Karl Frisk scored a back-post header ten minutes into the second half. That was the game winner, as Shattuck won 1-0. Sunday: The U18DA traveled to Chicago to take on the Chicago Sockers in their second DA game of the weekend. Not much to tell from this game as it was even across the board, with Shattuck edging the Sockers in scoring opportunities, but never converting. The game finished 0-0 with Dary Dewalt getting the shutout for Shattuck. The U16DA team was not as lucky to come out of Chicago with a point, as they lost to the Sockers 0-1. In a well played game, Shattuck gave up a goal about halfway through the second half. Shattuck had their fair share of scoring opportunities, but failed to convert. The best two chances came from Jose Ojeda in the 30th minute, who saw his shot sail over from close range, and in stoppage time of the second half Corey Cadeau just missed a diving header at the back post. Back in Minnesota it was a different story for the U18YS team who took on a weaker opponent in CC United, in their second friendly of the weekend. The scoring was opened up halfway through the first have and didn’t stop until the final whistle at 7-0. Next up for the the U18YS squad is a friendly this weekend against Minneapolis United, and then it is on to the 2012 Dallas Cup.
Weekend Review: March 17th-18th