Dana Rasmussen and Katie Robinson are considered two of the top 170 players in the country in the 1996-1997 birth years and part of the 25 girls representing MINNESOTA at the U18 USA National Development Camp. They will join players from Atlantic, Central, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mid-Am, New England, New York, Northern Plains, Pacific, Rocky Mountain, Southeastern, and at large districts..
The top players (as determined by USA Hockey) from the High Performance16/17 Camps are selected to participate in the National Select U18 Camp operated by USA Hockey and coached by the top college coaches from across the country. This is a 7 day residence camp held at different locations across the US each year and the teams are comprised of players from all over the United States.
Players at the U18 camp will be trying out for a spot on the USA Hockey Women's U18 Select Team, that participates in international competition during the 2013-2014 season.
Good Luck Girls, make MINNESOTA proud because the WILDCATS sure are.
After 4 phases, Bella Wagner will be participating for the Girls Advanced 15, and Magdayln Wick was seclected as an alternate.
102 selected players participate in a weeklong training camp at St. Cloud State University. Housing and meals are provided.
Six teams play a round robin schedule of games, attend dry land training sessions, and classroom sessions daily. The staff at the Summer Festival will be headed by Camp Director, John Perry of Minnesota Hockey and will include prominent college and high school coaches teamed with current and former college hockey players to serve as coaches, role models, and counselors for each team.
Player Evaluation: All festival staff members identify and evaluate each player on and off the ice. Nightly staff meetings are held to discuss player performance. The summer coaching staff members then rank the top 15 players plus alternates. Numerical values are assigned to each player to establish rank position. Final player rankings are then calculated according to their total number values, from the coaching staff. The 15 players (6 defensemen, 8 forwards, 1 goal tenders) with the highest totals for each position are selected to represent Minnesota District at the USA Hockey National Select 15 Development camp. Fifteen (15) alternate players are determined similarly
Congratulations to KATIE ROBINSON AND DANA RASMUSSEN - USA HOCKEY SELECT U18 and to the following Wildcats that made the various Minnesota Hockey Programs
Emily Gunderson Advanced 17 Final 54, Katie Robinson, Dana Rasmussen and Jacie Hoehn, Advanced 16 Final 54
Darby Dodds to CCM Minnesota National Invitational Tournament
Spring Festival Players were Sam Robinson Advanced 18, Tanner Dufault Advanced 17, Cory Schillo Advanced 15, Emily Gunderson Advanced 17, Dana Rasmussen, Katie Robinson, Jacie Hoehn, Brede Postier Advanced 16, Hollywood Hermanson, Molly Sheldon, Magdelyn Wick, Bella Wagner Advanced 15
THE FINAL ‘54”
The Final “54” players will be divided up into three teams and have a team
practice on Friday and games on Saturday within their age-group. On Sunday they will
play cross-over games with the other age-group. A team of knowledgeable coaches
and scouts will evaluate all participants, consult with team coaches and select the top
players from both the Advanced 16’s & 17’s. Selected players will represent Minnesota
Hockey at the USA Hockey National Select 16 and Select 17 Festivals in the summer.
NATIONAL SELECT U18 CAMP
The top 20-25 players (as determined by USA Hockey) from the High Performance16/17 Camps are selected to participate in the National Select 16/17 camps operated by USA Hockey and coached by the top college coaches from across the country. These are 7 day residence camps held at different locations across the US each year and the teams are comprised of players from all over the United States.
Dates and Locations to be determined by USA Hockey and will be posted on the Minnesota Hockey website as soon as they are made available.
****UPDATE****, $54,000 with a profit of $5400.
The High School Booster Club approved the purchase of Kwik Trip Cards. These cards are purchased at face value (eg) $25 card will sell for $25, and the Booster Club will make 10% off from the sale.
Our first purchase was for $5000 woth of cards, and we paid $4500, once sold the Wildcats make $500 on this purchase. This is no additional cost to you, but your making a difference everytime you get gas or food.
I have had people buy $500, $100, or just $25 at a time. Our first week we sold $2000 worth. It is easy to use, and you are going to spend money there anyways.
Call Doug Robinson 202-3013 for your cards or email@example.com