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Stars Forward Commits to Quinnipiac University

Friday December 21, 2012

Lincoln Stars forward Tommy Schutt. (photo by Brandon Anderson)

Lincoln Stars forward Tommy Schutt has committed to play college hockey at Quinnipiac University following his USHL career.

Schutt has produced nine points (4g, 5a) in 22 games this season for the Stars.  Two of his goals have been game-winners which came in consecutive games – October 20th vs. Fargo and October 26th vs. Youngstown – and were part of a five-game point streak he put together earlier this season.  It is the second USHL season for the 19-year-old from Chanhassen, Minnesota after he collected 20 points (7g, 13a) in 47 games during the 2011-12 campaign.  He was along among team leaders with a plus-17 rating last season.

Four other current USHL players are also committed to Quinnipiac University; Peter Quenneville (Dubuque Fighting Saints), Joe Fiala (Indiana Ice), Connor Clifton (Team USA), and Sam Anas (Youngstown Phantoms).

Quinnipiac University is located in Hamden, Connecticut and is a member of the ECAC.  A total of eight USHL alumni are on the Bobcats roster this season; Ben Arnt (Omaha Lancers), Loren Barron (Indiana Ice), Alex Barron (Waterloo/Indiana), Mike Dalhuisen (Lincoln/Chicago), Eric Hartzell (Sioux Falls Stampede), Cory Hibbeler (Lincoln Stars), Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Waterloo Black Hawks), and Soren Jonzzon (Youngstown/Tri-City/Waterloo).

USHL stats – Tommy Schutt


Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 11th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2012-13.  With 20 NHL Draft picks on team rosters and over 200 players already committed to NCAA Division I schools this season, the USHL has emerged as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.  For more information, visit us on the web at www.USHL.com or visit the League’s social media platforms, including Facebook (www.facebook.com/ushlhockey), twitter (www.twitter.com/ushl), and YouTube (www.youtube.com/ushlinteractive).  Fans can also watch USHL action all season long, live or on-demand via FASTHockey (ushl.fasthockey.com).

It’s not just hockey. It’s the USHL.

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