USHL commit list

The Gophers have four commitments from players who will compete this season in the USHL, but other players have committed to other college teams as well. We've got the USHL commit list rundown.

Below is a list of players who will compete in the USHL in the 2003-2004 season that have already committed to college teams. Minnesota signees in bold:

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
Derek Peltier - University of Minnesota
Brian Pouliot - University of New Hampshire

Chicago Steel
Adam D‚Alba - Brown University
Matt McIlvane - Ohio State University

Danville Wings
Bryan Marshall - University of Nebraska-Omaha
Kevin Sheehan - Providence College

Des Moines Buccaneers

Green Bay Gamblers
Luke Beaverson - University of North Dakota
Ryan Carter - Minnesota State University-Mankato
Nate Dey - St. Cloud State University
Sean Garrity - St. Cloud State University
Chris Kelley - Harvard University
Jeff Hazelwood - University of Maine
Kyle Klubertanz - University of Wisconsin
Victor Oreskovich - University of Notre Dame

Lincoln Stars
Brent Borgen - University of Minnesota
Dan Comrie - University of Denver
Ben Gordon - University of Minnesota
Phillipe Lamoureux - University of North Dakota

River City Lancers
Mike Howe - University of Minnesota
David Robertson - Brown University

Sioux City Musketeers
Matt Hartman - St. Cloud State University
Domenic Maiani - Ohio State University
Nino Musitelli - University of Miami-Ohio

Sioux Falls Stampede
Cody Lampl - Colorado College

St. Louis Heartland Eagles

Tri-City Storm
John Dingle - Ohio State University
Ryan Dingle - University of Denver
Jack Hillen - Colorado College
Luke Lucyk - University of Notre Dame
Peter Mannino - University of Denver
Jacob Obermeyer - Michigan Technological University
Steve Wagner - Minnesota State University-Mankato

Waterloo Black Hawks
Matt Fornataro - University of New Hampshire
Peter MacArthur - Boston University
Joe Pavelski - University of Wisconsin
Mike Radja - University of New Hampshire
Kevin Regan - University of New Hampshire



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