Ice Hockey

Nicholas

Katzaroff

MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL

Anaheim, CA

CLASS: 2014

GENDER: MALE

height: 5'7" weight: 180

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Nicholas Katzaroff

CLASS

'14

Nicholas Katzaroff Stats

Athletic Stats

  • 235
    Bench max
Position(s) Right Defense, Left Defense
Sport StatsSeasonCareer
Games played64
Goals8
Assists25
Points33
Power play goals1
Power play assists7
Penalty minutes16
Team Record Home Away Neutral Overall
Wins 10
Losses 8
Ties 4
Honors


Placed 3rd at National Championships in 2008 playing for LA Hockey Club Pewee AA
Placed 2nd at National Championships in 2010 playing for LA Hockey Club Bantam AA
Won Silver sticks International Championship in 2008 playing for LA Hockey Club Pewee AA
Placed 3rd at Silver Sticks International Championship in 2010 playing for LA Hockey Club Bantam AA
The teams I've played for in the past have been ranked #1 on myhockeyrankings.com
Placed 3rd at 16AAA National Championships playing for the LA Jr. Kings 16AAA
participated in the 17U national development camp in Rochester, NY

Teams & Coach Information

Club Coach:
Jeremy Daughaday

Service

How I am involved in service in my community and why these efforts are important to me:

I am involved in my community through programs and have over 100 service hours in the past 2 years. I participate in Us in the Son, which is a summer church camp that I help, watch, and teach kids in my church community about God while having fun. I also have played in the Give Blood Play Hockey tournament, where I also volunteered at. There I spent a weekend having fun, getting people to donate blood, and playing hockey. I also like to help coach the younger hockey teams at their practices. Doing this I've helped kids enjoy hockey as much as I do and have taught them more about the game.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. One example of how I have demonstrated leadership in both areas:

When I grow older I'd love to keep being involved in Us in the Son and other youth church summer camps. I'd love to be able to keep playing in and volunteering at the Give Blood Play Hockey Tournament. I'd also love to be able to donate blood once I'm old enough. As an adult I'd love to be able to be a youth hockey coach so I am able to enjoy the game with kids in my community.

How I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete:

I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete through a workout I do everyday that involves pull-ups, push-ups, core work, and other exercises. I also try to eat fruit and vegetables every day and stay away from junk food. I weight lift a couple times a week with my hockey and lacrosse teams. I also do specific off ice training with my hockey team. I skate 7 days a week and have lacrosse 5 days a week that keeps me in ideal physical condition for games. I try to do a lot of stretching to prevent injuries; especially before games.