14 Tom Serratore  
Tom Serratore


Colorado Springs, Colo.

High School:
Pine Creek

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 192



Youngstown - USHL

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2013-14 • Senior Season:Skated in 34 games for the Gophers with seven points, three goals and four assists • collected his first point of the season with the primary assist on Brady Skjei's goal during a 6-1 win over Boston College (10/27) • scored his first goal of the season in the third period of a 3-0 victory over Minnesota State (11/16) • posted a multi-point game with a goal and an assist in a 6-1 win over Minnesota Duluth (11/22) • registered the game-winning goal on Senior Night at Mariucci Arena as Minnesota beat Penn State, 2-1 (3/1).

2012-13 • Junior Season:Skated in all 40 games this season for the Gophers • set new career marks in points (8) and goals (7) while also adding an assist in 2012-13 • collected his first goal of the season against Michigan State (10/13) • fired home the game-winning goal in the third period against the Badgers (11/17) • netted the first goal of the game at Vermont in a 3-1 victory over the Catamounts (11/24) • scored a goal for the third-straight weekend against Nebraska Omaha, it proved to be the game winner (12/1) • recorded the game-winning goal in his hometown of Colorado Springs, Colorado during a Gophers' 4-2 victory over the Tigers of Colorado College (12/7) • continued his hot streak with one of four Gopher goals against Colorado College (12/8) • picked up his only assist of the season on Nate Schmidt's goal against Minnesota State (1/25) • tallied his first goal of the second half of the season to give the Gophers a third-period lead against Minnesota Duluth (2/23) • had the rare distinction of playing against both his father, Frank (head coach of Air Force), and his uncle, Tom (head coach of Bemidji State), in the same season • All-WCHA Academic Team selection.

2011-12 • Sophomore Season: Skated in 37 games and had three goals • made his season debut against Sacred Heart (10/7) and scored one goal • scored on a third-period breakaway against North Dakota (11/4) • picked up a third-period goal at St. Cloud State (11/18).

2010-11 • Freshman Season: Played in 28 games and had four points (2g-2a) • team was 3-0-0 when he had a point • took only six minor penalties all season • had a streak of 15 games from Nov. 28-Feb. 19 where he was an even or plus player (was +8 during the streak) • made Minnesota debut against Massachusetts (10/8) • recorded his first-career point (an assist), scored his first collegiate goal and was +3 in his hometown of Colorado Springs as Minnesota won 9-4 at Colorado College (10/30) • took a team-high five shots (along with Mike Hoeffel) at Michigan Tech (11/20) • had one assist against No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth (12/10) • scored his first career game-winning goal against Alaska Anchorage (1/28).

International: Represented the United States on 2005 Under-17 team that captured the gold medal at the Five Nations Tournament in Huttwil, Switzerland • member of2006 Under-18 team that took home the silver medal from the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Breclav, Slovakia.

High School: Played for the Youngstown Phantoms during the team's inaugural USHL season in 2009-10 • tied for the team lead in goals with 17 and was fourth on the team in points with 32 • selected to the 2010 USHL All-Star Game and recorded a goal for Team CCM/East • played two seasons with the Sioux City Musketeers, also of the USHL, totaling 13 points in 69 games • played for Colorado Thunderbirds Midget AAA team from 2003-06.

Personal: Undecided on a major • hobbies include hiking, fishing, and listening to music • lists winning gold medal at 2005 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament and silver medal at 2006 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Slovakia as most memorable sports thrills • cousin, Robb Stauber, played for Minnesota from 1986-89 and became first goaltender to win the Hobey Baker Award • father, Frank, is the current head coach at Air Force Academy and played goaltender for Bemidji State and Western Michigan in college • uncle, Tom, is the current head coach at Bemidji State and played for the Beavers, as well as at Mankato State during his college years • son of Frank and Carol Serratore • born July 16, 1989.