Athletics


Coach Info
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Club Tim Alexander Cleveland Barons - -
Position
Primary Position Goaltender
Physical Attributes
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Ice Hockey Honors

2009-2010 – Youngstown Phantoms (United States Hockey League
• March 2010 - Invited to USHL Final Camp.
• February 2010 - Practiced with the USHL team.

2009-2010 – Alpena Junior A Ice-Diggers (North American Hockey League)
• December 2009 - January 2010 - I was added to Alpena’s Affiliate List and dressed the maximum number of games (6) in the NAHL without losing Midget Major Eligibility.
• Stats - 3 Games Played, with a 1-1-0 record, and a .863% Save Percentage (Pointstreak)
• Noteworthy - Set an Alpena record for the youngest goaltender to record a win in franchise history.

2009-2010 - U18 AAA Youngstown Phantoms (North American Prospects Hockey League)
• Noteworthy - Invited by the NAPHL Selection Committee to play in the U18 NAPHL Top-Prospects Tournament in Wenatchee, Washington
• Rankings - Final Team Ranking: #74 in the United States
• Award - Selected as the #1 goaltender for the U18 NAPHL All-Academic Team
• League (NAPHL) Stats - 6-3-0 record, with a 2.32 G.A.A. and a .923% Save Percentage (Pointstreak)

• Season Stats - 12-11-2 record, with a 3.08 G.A.A., a .917% Save Percentage, and a 34.2 Saves/Game average
Summer 2009
• July 2009 - Semi-Finalists in the U18 Hub City Cup in Boston, Massachusetts
• Tournament Stats - 4-0 record, with a 0.50 G.A.A. and a .964% Save Percentage
• July 2009 - Played in the U16 Junior Chowder Cup in Boston, Massachusetts
• Tournament Stats - 2-0 record with a 0.00 G.A.A. and a 100% Save Percentage
Spring 2009
• Invited to play for the East Coast Selects and the East Coast Selects New England Teams at the following prospect tournaments:
- World Championships in Germany and Switzerland
- Toronto College Cup in Toronto, Canada
- Montreal Mission Tournament in Montreal, Canada
- Hub City Tournament in Boston, Massachusetts
- Junior Chowder Cup in Boston, Massachusetts
• April 2009 - Invited to play at the Invitation Only USHL Showcase in Chicago, Illinois
• Tournament Stats - 4-1-1 record, with a 0.66 G.A.A., and a .961% Save Percentage
• April 2009 - Championship Team at the North American Prospect Showcase
• Tournament Stats - Finished with a 2.25 G.A.A. and a .924% Save Percentage

2008 – 2009 – U16 AAA Cleveland Barons (Midwest Elite Hockey League)
• March 2009 - Finalist in the United States Hockey National Qualifying Tournament: Mid-America Region
• Rankings - Final Team Ranking: #41 in the United States
• Season Stats - Finished the season leading the league with 22 Games Played and 547 Saves (Pointstreak)
Summer 2008
• July 2008 - Invited to play for the East Coast Selects New England Team at the Junior Chowder Cup in Boston, Massachusetts
Spring 2008
• May 2008 - Championship Team at the Invitation Only USHL Showcase in Chicago, Illinois
• May 2008 - Invited to play for the East Coast Selects New England Team at the Prospects Tournament in Toronto, Canada
• April 2008 - Invited to play for the East Coast Selects in the 1891 World Hockey Cup in Stockholm, Sweden on a team comprised of top players from the United States and Canada. We also traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia and Helsinki, Finland to play other top European teams

• Tournament Stats - 5-2-1 record with a 1.80 G.A.A. and a .930% Save Percentage
2007 – 2008 – 1993 AAA Detroit Compuware (Midwest Elite Hockey League)
• March 2008 - Finalist in the United States Hockey National Qualifying Tournament: Michigan Region
• November 2007 - Finalist in the Nike Bauer Tournament in Chicago, Illinois
• September 2007 - Finalist in the Compuware/Honeybaked Invitational in Detroit, Michigan
• Rankings - Final Team Ranking: #2 in the United States
• Team Stats - Finished in 2nd place with a record of 24-4-3 in the Midwest Elite Hockey League
• Season Stats - Top Goalie in the MWEHL: 13-1-1 record, with 2 shutouts, a 2.00 G.A.A., and a .903% Save Percentage (Pointstreak)
Summer 2007
• July 2007 - Selected as 1 of only 22 goalies nationally to attend the U-14 National Development Camp in Rochester, New York
• Noteworthy - A game snapshot of me from the camp was the front cover photo for the USA Hockey website
• Camp Stats - Finished in the top 5 for G.A.A., Save Percentage, and Saves after 5 games

• July 2007 – Invited to attend the East Coast Selects Invitation Only Goalie Camp, which was instructed by Detroit Red Wings Coach Jim Bedard at Clarkson University in New York
Spring 2007
• April 2007 - Played in the 1993 Stockholm International Youth Trophy Tournament in Stockholm, Sweden for the East Coast Selects. This team was comprised of top players from the United States. Played against teams from 7 countries including Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Hungary, Slovakia, Canada and the United States
• April 2007 - Won the Basta Malvakt Award (Best Goalie) for the 1993 Stockholm International Youth Trophy Tournament (out of 33 AAA goalies from 9 countries)
• Tournament Stats - 5-0 record with a 1.50 G.A.A. and a .933% Save Percentage
2006– 2007 – 1992 AAA Detroit Belle Tire (Midwest Elite Hockey League)
• April 2007 - Player Ranking: # 64 in North America by the Scouting News
• April 2007 - 3rd place at the Elite Prospects Tournament in Detroit, Michigan
• March 2007 - 3rd place in the United States Hockey National Qualifying Tournament: Michigan Region
• Noteworthy - Only 1 of 4 players born in 1993 playing at the 1992 level in the Midwest Elite Hockey League this season

• Rankings - Final Team Ranking: #17 in the United States
• League Stats - 1st in Games Played (25), 1st in Saves (526), and 4th in Save Percentage (.896%)
2005 – 2006 – 1993 AAA Detroit Little Caesars (Midwest Elite Hockey League)
• March 2006 - Finalists in the United States Hockey National Qualifying Tournament: Michigan Region
• February 2006 - Bronze Medalist at the World Pee-Wee Championships in Quebec City, Canada. Played against teams from 7 countries including the US, Canada, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Latvia, and Ukraine

• January 2006 - 3rd place at 64th Annual International Silver Sticks Tournament in Port Huron, MI
• January 2006 - Selected to the Silver Sticks All Star Team at the 64th Annual International Silver Sticks Tournament as Top Goalie of the Tournament. Went 3-0 with a 0.33 GAA and a .989% Save Percentage
• October 2005 - Championship Team at Nike/Bauer Tournament in Chicago, Illinois
• August 2005 - James Johnston Memorial Award (Top Commitment and Leadership Award ) in Peterborough, Canada
• July 2005 and 2006 - 6 Time “Top Goalie of the Day” Award Winner at the Vladislav Tretiak Elite School of Goaltending in Toronto, Canada

Academics


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High School
ST. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL
School City
LAKEWOOD
School State
OH
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Broadcast Journalism
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Undecided
Other Academic Information
Junior Year – • Clarkson University National High School Leadership Award • AP French Student of the Year Award • Religious Education Student of the Year Award • Mock Trial Excellency Award • St. Edward High School 12 Time High Honor Roll Award • Named as the goaltender for the U18 NAPHL All-Academic Team. • Nominated to represent St. Edward at “Journalism Day” with the AHL’s Lake Erie Monsters. • Nominated to The National Society of High School Scholars
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Jonathan
Last Name
Lacoste
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Height
5'9"
Weight
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