Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Jeoff Jarnot
Position
Primary Position Center
Secondary Positions RW, LW
Athlete
PMIN MIN GS GP
Career 46 - 27 72
Season - - - -
offense
SOG SHG SHA SH % Pts PPG PPA GWG GTG GPG G FO % APG A
Career 260 3 4 0.240 138 8 13 19 12 0.86 62 0.810 1.02 76
Season - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Physical Attributes
Shoots Bench Press (max)
L 220
Ice Hockey Honors

Made u-18 jr. Monarchs as a 15 year old
drafted into the CIHL by Collingwood Ice (turned the offer down)
Selected for New England Festival Team representing New Hampshire
2016 NHIAA Scholar Athlete Award
2016 Varsity Ice Hockey Scholar Athlete Award

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Berwick Academy
School City
South Berwick
School State
ME
Guidance Counselor
Moira Mckinnon
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
90
School Size
350
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
I
Other Academic Information
8 AP Classes - AP US History - AP Physics - BC Precalculus - AP English 12 - AP Chemistry - AP BC Calculus - AP Biology - AP Spanish
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Personal


First Name
Richard
Last Name
Rosato
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'10"
Weight
170
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

In my school, I always try to be a leader in my class, and I do this because I always want to have enough respect from my peers that I can positively affect their lives as well. I always try to be the guy who other kids look up to because then I know that if I set a good example in my life, then they might stop doing bad things in their lives such as drugs, alcohol, or even just being lazy teenagers. I have learned that the best way to lead is to lead by example, so whether it's on the ice or in the classroom, I demand the most out of myself, because there's no way I could ask my teammates to work harder than I work myself. In example, I noticed that in my Chemistry class there was a real tendency among not just my hockey teammates, but my class as a whole, to never do their homework on time, and always slack off in class because our teacher was such an innocent person that she didn't seem to notice, or maybe care, if they were on their phones in class. I sat quiet, but I knew that my plan was to get my grade as high as I could in that class so that my hockey teammates would want to do the same. Sure enough, when I got my first test back, I got a 96% on it, and I could see my teammates' attitudes beginning to change. After a few more weeks, all of a sudden some of my teammates were receiving A's in the class as well. By the end of the year, I finished the 4th quarter with a 97 in Chemistry, and none of my teammates had a grade below a B+. This is just one example of what I believe to be my leadership in the classroom. To me, personally, I think on ice leadership is way easier than off ice leadership. I try to gain the respect of my teammates by just working hard and performing well in games, which to me is the most fun part of my life. One example of my leadership on the ice is that I always made a point to be the last one off the ice, because I always knew that if everyday I skated around and stick handled for five minutes after practice, then after 100 practices, I'd have gotten 500 minutes of ice time to improve that the athletes competing against me didn't have. I did this for the first few weeks by myself, and then one day one of my teammates stayed out with me. After a few more days, another stayed out, and then another, until we almost had the whole team staying on the ice after practice. This not only made my team better, but it also made me better, because now instead of staying on for five minutes, I was staying on for 15 minutes, so now, not only was my team getting an extra 500 minutes of practice over the course of the year, but I was getting an extra 1,500 minutes of practice in the year! This is just one of the many reasons why I enjoy being a leader on my team, even if I don't wear the "C", because seeing my team getting better, and making myself better, leads me closer to my goals, and definitely makes the game a lot more fun! This next year will be my toughest year as far as leadership goes, because I'll be the youngest kid on my team, but I plan to go into it not only ready to step up as a leader if the team needs me to, but I hope to learn from my older leaders so that I can one day, wherever I end up playing, be a leader and a respected player on my team.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I focus on having an everyday commitment to my dream of playing Division 1 college hockey. I workout at my junior coach's gym for two hours a day during the week, I skate as much as I can, and I consistently do little things such as shooting pucks in the basement or working out in my bedroom to give me an edge over other athletes.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Every Thanksgiving I spend my whole day serving meals to the unfortunate at the Windmill Family Restaurant, and I spend numerous other hours throughout the year helping to prepare for things like the D.A.R.E. race (Drug Abuse Resistance Education). I also participate yearly in a week long Group Mission Trips Work Camp and repair houses for residents of areas all over the country while at the same time spending time with my friends who are in the Catholic church as well and spending the week trying to get closer to God.

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Blog Posts


Performance
January 4, 2015

Assists: 1

Shots On Goal: 2

Time On Ice: 12

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Performance
January 4, 2015

Shots On Goal: 4

Time On Ice: 12

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Performance
November 24, 2014

Shots On Goal: 7

Time On Ice: 16

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Performance
November 24, 2014

Shots: 2

Time On Ice: 7

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

U18 Beantown Showcase on 10/25/14
October 25, 2014

Shots: 3

Minutes: 9

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

U18 Beantown Showcase on 10/24/14
October 25, 2014

Shots On Goal: 5

Minutes: 12

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Game with junior B team on 10/18/14
October 25, 2014

Junior B team needed a player and I got to fill the spot, real fun game, gained a lot of confidence

Assists: 2

Power Play Assists: 1

Minutes: 17

Shots On Goal: 6

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Performance
October 3, 2014

Shots On Goal: 2

Minutes: 12

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Performance
September 9, 2014

Time On Ice: 9

Shots On Goal: 2

Goals Against: 0

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

Performance
September 9, 2014

Time On Ice: 7

Shots On Goal: 2

Goals Against: 0

(posted from beRecruited mobile)

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