Sunday, April 15, 2018
Congratulations to the following 2003, 2002 and 2001 players on being selected to the Southeastern District Player Development Tryouts held at the Extreme Ice Center in Indian Trail, NC, Friday, May 11 through Sunday, May 13, 2018.
2003 Birth Year
Defense Gold 1 Jackson Henry Lages
Defense Gold 3 Owen Grainger
Defense Gold 4 Jack Mowrey
Defense Gold 6 Will Staring
Defense Red 1 Daniel Tomashevsky
Defense Red 2 Drew Tsakounis
Defense Red 5 Troy Pratt
Defense Red 6 Evan Orloff
Forward Gold 7 Anthony Simons
Forward Gold 8 Will Lawrence
Forward Gold 9 Kyle Radimer
Forward Gold 10 Dimitry Kebreau
Forward Gold 11 Anderson Grennan
Forward Gold 12 Alexander Maner
Forward Gold 14 Liam Gilmartin
Forward Gold 15 Zachary Sedlacek
Forward Gold 16 Owen Zerega
Forward Gold 17 Kelijah McElroy
Forward Gold 18 Aidan Wiseman
Forward Red 8 Connor Eady
Forward Red 9 Maksim Watton
Forward Red 10 Graydon Schweizer
Forward Red 12 William Schaller
Forward Red 13 Maxwell Morehead
Forward Red 14 Matthew Brille
Forward Red 16 Quinn Kennedy
Forward Red 17 Ethan Ouyang
Forward Red 18 Michael Urgo
Goalie Black 59 Matthew Mccarey
Goalie Black 62 Sam Blanton
2002 Birth Year
Defense Grey 4 Matthew Danziger
Defense Grey 6 Eric Charpentier
Defense Purple 1 Roscoe Eade
Defense Purple 2 Michael Greene
Defense Purple 3 Sean Kilcullen
Defense Purple 6 Scott Cremen
Forward Grey 7 William Haigley
Forward Grey 8 Connor Dubberly
Forward Grey 9 John Sterling
Forward Grey 10 Patrick Fitzgerald
Forward Grey 11 Farrell Dinn
Forward Grey 12 Jack Rose
Forward Grey 15 Christopher Dorrer
Forward Grey 17 Brendan Love
Forward Grey 19 Domenic Gursham
Forward Purple 7 Joseph Takacs
Forward Purple 8 Avvi Tanasiyenko
Forward Purple 9 Devin Oliver
Forward Purple 11 Ethan Davidson
Forward Purple 14 Will Magrath
Forward Purple 16 Sean Jones
Forward Purple 18 Andrew Zhang
Goalie Black 64 Collin Berke
Goalie Black 67 Lincoln Crosby
2001 Birth Year
Defense Green 2 Colin Hogan
Defense Green 3 Sam Rudnick
Defense Green 4 Hunter Airey
Defense Green 5 Kenneth Trinh
Defense Maize 1 Stephen Thiessen
Defense Maize 2 Malik Lansdown
Defense Maize 4 Brandon Metheny
Defense Maize 5 Christian Halbig
Forward Green 7 Will Rosen
Forward Green 8 Victor Musoke
Forward Green 10 Michael Cosentino
Forward Green 11 Christian Tschampel
Forward Green 18 Blake Bracco
Forward Maize 7 Ethan Privman
Forward Maize 8 Harris Blackwood
Forward Maize 10 Owen Morgan
Forward Maize 11 Zachary Murray
Forward Maize 15 William Robertson
Forward Maize 18 Michael Kramer
Goalie Black 71 Andrew Takacs
Goalie Black 72 Connor Leslie
2004 Birth Year — Players will participate in the Southeastern District 14 & Under Camp held at Kent State University, July 22–27, 2018.
Defense Blue 2 Casey Jones
Defense Blue 3 Kareem Alazem
Defense Blue 4 Dylan Chun
Defense White 1 Brandon Chen
Defense White 2 Jacob Hookman-Vassa
Defense White 4 Max Marr
Forward Blue 8 Cameron O’Neill
Forward Blue 9 Dylan Thorn
Forward Blue 11 Jeremy Wilson
Forward Blue 12 Tyler Rothermund
Forward Blue 13 Jason Horner
Forward Blue 16 Jackson Choi
Forward Blue 18 Alexander Tilton
Forward White 7 Tyler Iles
Forward White 8 Makai Tarjamo
Forward White 10 Ervin Terwilliger
Forward White 11 Micah Berger
Forward White 15 Cormac McCarthy
Goalie Black 53 John Spicer
Goalie Black 56 Peter Sterling
From: Kristen Wright <KristenW@usahockey.org>
Subject: Group Photos from Olympic Women's Team Clinic
Date: March 15, 2018 at 2:15:03 PM EDT
All – Thank you so much for participating in the Meet and Greet and On-Ice Girls Clinic at Kettler IcePlex earlier this month. Our Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey team enjoyed spending time with all of the participants and takes pride in encouraging more girls to love the sport of hockey! We wanted to share the two group photos with everyone. They are available at the Dropbox link below for you to download (these photos are for personal, non-commercial use only).
Kristen Wright | Manager, Girls‘ Player Development
1775 Bob Johnson Drive | Colorado Springs, CO 80906
(719) 538-1518 or (719) 576-USAH ext. 218 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tryouts for National and Multi District Camps for Summer 2018 will be held April 20-22, 2018 at the RDV Den in Maitland, FL (North Orlando).
Registration will be available in early February.
For more information, visit the Southeastern District Girls Player Development page.
2018 BVA Blind Hockey Weekend Feb 1ST-4TH
Beginning this season (2017–2018) PVAHA will be restructuring the Affiliate player development tryout process.
Two players who grew up playing their youth hockey within the PVAHA have been selected to the US Women's and Men's Ice Hockey Teams. Congratulations to Haley Skarupa and Garrett Roe and their families!
Haley Skarupa is an American ice hockey player for Connecticut Whale and the American national team. She participated at the 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship. Wikipedia
DRW College Prep Girls’ Basketball Team to Fellowship With Georgetown Titans Hockey Team, Work in Community Garden in Food Desert and Tour Renowned City Landmarks
An enriching educational and character-building exposure outing will unite Chicago high school student-athletes from North Lawndale and elementary school-age student-athletes from Washington, D.C., as members of the girls’ varsity basketball team from DRW College Prep travel on Thursday, Oct. 5 on a life-changing, cross-cultural community service trip to meet and fellowship with youth on the Georgetown Titans hockey team.
open document for the complete article
As you recall. Chris Dernetz passed away while on vacation in Hawaii.
Chris was on the Affiliate Board of Directors and was the Affiliate Treasurer. He served as the Affiliate Background Screening Coordinator. He was also active with the Baltimore Area Special Hockey Association and the USA Warriors Hockey Program. Chris was also an Associate Registrar for the Southeastern District some years ago.
The affiliate has created a new grant to honor Chris's involvement for Disabled Hockey. 2017-18 Application below.
Organized amateur hockey in the Washington, D.C. area developed in large part through the perseverance and dedication of John Crerar. John was one of the founders of the Cap Boys youth hockey program, served as the President and co-founder of the Capital Beltway Hockey League, was the President of the Southeastern Amateur Hockey Association, and served for many years as a Director of USA Hockey. John passed away on October 14, 2006. To honor John’s contribution to our hockey community the Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association has established the John Crerar Hockey Development Grant Program.
USA Hockey has added a 15-single birth year at the Tier 1 level to compete for a National Championship. The Southeastern District, to stay compliant, has added the 15-single birth year affiliate playoff division. This new playoff division has taken the place of the previously offered Tier 2 Pee Wee slots.
USA Hockey/PVAHA Roster Requirements.
Coaches and Managers require Safe Sport and a Background Screen prior to Roster Approval.
Coaches must have the correct Age Appropriate Module prior to Approval of the roster. They have until 12/31 to complete a clinic if required.
All Tier I, Tier II, Travel and Invitational Tournament rosters:
Date of birth and citizenship must be verified prior to approval.
A Manager must be identified on the roster. In the absence of a designated Manager, a Coach may be designated as a Coach/Manager
Non US Citizens require a Transfer before they can be added to any roster
Questions may be directed to Bob Otte or Beth Lenz
ALL coaches must complete Safe Sport training and must have submitted a screening application BEFORE a roster can be approved.
It’s possible that no one has helped create more opportunities for American men and women to play competitive college hockey than Marshall Stevenson, Jr., a founding father of the American Collegiate Hockey Association. Formerly a coach at Towson (Md.) University, Stevenson joined the ACHA board of directors in 1994. He ascended to his current role as ACHA president in 2004, overseeing an expansion from 15 teams nationwide to more than 430. Today’s ACHA includes three men’s divisions and two women’s divisions, giving thousands of student-athletes a competitive hockey opportunity to complement their studies. In recognition for his tireless efforts and leadership, Stevenson was named recipient of the ACHA’s Don Spencer Award for outstanding service in 2009. A 1966 graduate of the University of Vermont, Stevenson also serves as the ACHA’s representative on the American Hockey Coaches Association board of governors. Stevenson, who played forward, was a major part of re-launching varsity hockey at Vermont in 1963-64 after a 12-season absence.
It is with great sadness that I must report that Chris Dernetz has passed away. Chris died while on vacation in Hawaii.
Chris was on the Affiliate Board of Directors and was the Affiliate Treasurer. He served as the Affiliate Background Screening Coordinator. He was also active with the Baltimore Area Special Hockey Association and the USA Warriors Hockey Program.
Chris will be missed by his many friends in USA Hockey.
Kevin Upton has been associated with USA Hockey for more than 35 years as a coach, administrator, on-ice official and supervisor throughout Virginia and the greater Washington, D.C. area. As an administrator in the 1970s, Upton established the Hampton Roads Youth Hockey Association, was a co-founder of the Mid-Atlantic Youth Hockey League and organized the first local officials association in Virginia. He then moved to Washington, D.C., where he concentrated on officiating and was eventually elected president of the Southeastern Hockey Officials Association in 1989. Several of his programs and policies are still in effect today. Upton worked as an on-ice official for numerous USA Hockey district and regional championships and has been a supervisor of officials for six national championships. He is noted for implementing a culture of integrity and accountability among officials that resonates from his career in the military, from which he retired a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army.
The Chet Steward Award recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the USA Hockey Officiating Education Program during many years of service to the hockey community as an official or volunteer.
Kevin Upton receiving the USA Hockey Chet Stewart Award from Southeastern District Referee in Chief Jim Dewhirst and Dave LaBuda