Minnesota's Total is up from 123 Following the 2011 Spring Seasons
Second-seeded Minnesota will face North Dakota in the NCAA quarterfinal on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.
Gophers host Seawolves in first round of WCHA playoffs
Minnesota drops 4-1 decision, still clinches top seed WCHA playoffs
Gophers host Beavers for two games this weekend
2011-12 Senior Season: Has skated in 23 games and has four goals has taken took only three minor penalties all season made his season debut against Sacred Heart (10/7) scored his first goal of the season, which was also the game-winner, against Colorado College (1/21) recorded a goal at Denver (2/11) scored against Wisconsin (3/2) had one goal against Boston University (3/24) in the NCAA West Regional semifinals.
2010-11 Junior Season: Recorded seven points (3g-4a) in 30 games two of his three goals were game-winning tallies tied for second on the team with two game-winning goals team was 3-0-0 when he scored a goal and was 4-2-0 when he recorded a point scored the game-winning goal against Massachusetts (10/9) had an assist against St. Cloud State (10/22) his lone multiple-point game was at Colorado College (10/30) where he was +2 and had two assists recorded his first point in four games with an assist at Minnesota State (12/3) scored his second goal of the season and was +2 against No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth (12/10) scored the game-winning goal at No. 2 North Dakota (1/14) missed the Feb. 11-12 Denver series with an illness named to the WCHA All-Academic team.
2009-10 Sophomore Season: Participated in 38 of the team's 39 games spread his 15 points over 13 different games and 12 separate weekends as the team was 9-4 when he scored a point recorded at least one point in nine consecutive weekends, starting with an assist in a loss at Wisconsin (11/6) led the team's regular centers by winning 56.3 percent of faceoffs had the game-winning goal and an assist in a 5-2 victory over Harvard (1/8) collected a goal and an assist in a win over Bemidji State (11/14) notched a power play goal in loss to Minnesota Duluth (11/20) netted a goal at Minnesota State (12/5) put a season-high five shots on goal in three different games named team's outstanding student-athlete award winner selected to WCHA All-Academic team split time between center and wing earned his second letter.
2008-09 Freshman Season: Appeared in 36 of team's 37 games, including the last 32 games of the season notched the team's first goal on the power play in the WCHA first round sweep of St. Cloud State (3/13) scored the game-winning goal with 7:11 left in the third period to break a 3-3 tie in an eventual 5-3 win over Minnesota Duluth (2/28) all three of his assists came against Wisconsin, helping both goals in a 2-2 tie (10/24) and assisting a goal in a 5-4 loss (2/7) scored goals in wins over Colorado College (12/13) and Brown (1/2) primarily played center, but also spent time at wing earned his first letter.
International: Helped Team USA claim a bronze medal in the 2008 World Junior A challenge in British Columbia collected a silver medal with Team USA at the under-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament in the Czech Republic.
High School: Helped the Omaha Lancers to the Clark Cup USHL championship in 2007-08 with 10 goals and 14 assists in 56 games had a goal and two assists in the team's 14 playoff games played prep hockey at Virginia High School and amassed 164 points in 52 games over his final two seasons head coaches were Keith Hendrickson and Gary Cornell helped Virginia to a section title and state tournament appearance in 2005 team won two conference championships earned All-State, All-Conference and All-Area accolades prep teammate of NHL defenseman Matt Niskanen graduated in the top 10 percent of his class and was a National Honor Society member drafted 50th overall in the second round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Dallas Stars.
Personal: Majoring in management accepted into Carlson School of Management lists hobbies as tennis, hunting, fishing and wakeboarding most memorable sports thrill was winning the section tournament and advancing to the state tournament during his freshman year of high school son of Tony and Kathy Sacchetti born August 21, 1989.