Showing posts with label Jack Rowe. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jack Rowe. Show all posts

Saturday, March 09, 2013

UND Recruit Jack Rowe Strikes First

University of North Dakota recruit Jack Rowe (19) struck first against the Waterloo Black Hawks in USHL Friday night action on March 8, 2013.  The Cedar Rapids RoughRiders would go on to beat the Black Hawks 2-1 at Young Arena in Waterloo, Iowa.

Sunday, December 02, 2012

UND Recruit Jack Rowe - 1 December 2012

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders Forward Jack Rowe tallied an assist to Judd Peterson in the 2nd period in a rare Thursday night game against the Chicago Steel on November 29, 2012.  He followed that up with another assist to Bryson Cianfrone in the 3rd period against the Dubuque Fighting Saints on December 1, 2012.

Friday, November 23, 2012

UND Recruit Jack Rowe - 22 November 2012

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders forward Jack Rowe in the annual Thanksgiving Day battle against local rival Waterloo Black Hawks.  The RoughRiders battled hard against a talented Black Hawks team, ultimately falling 4-3.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Sioux pick up Jack Rowe...

In case you haven't seen it yet, the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux hockey team got a commitment from a big time recruit. Forward Jack Rowe will play at UND beginning in 2012 or 2013. Here is a link to some stats on Jack Rowe. Rowe recently played in the under 17's Five Nations Tournament.
Grand Forks Herald --- As one of the top 16-year-old hockey recruits in the country, Cary, Ill., resident Jack Rowe visited several college campuses.

His 12-year-old sister was having none of it, though.

“She loves UND. She wears UND clothes all around,” Rowe said. “When I visited any other schools, she would never come along.”

Much to the pleasure of his sister — and the rest of his family — Rowe has decided that he’ll play hockey for the Fighting Sioux in a couple of years. The 1994-born forward recently chose UND over Michigan State and Michigan.

Although he was born in Denver and has lived in suburban Chicago for almost all of his life, Rowe has strong ties to North Dakota.

His grandparents, Cleo and Neil, both live in Grand Forks. Neil attended UND. His father, Jack Sr., went to Grand Forks Red River.

When he notified his grandparents that he would be attending UND, they were thrilled.

“They were crying,” Rowe said. “I’m just really excited to play for the coaches and be part of the program, because it’s the best program in the country in a lot of people’s opinion.”

UND will be getting a talented forward who plays midget major hockey with Team Illinois. Rowe recently showcased his skills to the world.

He led the gold-medal U.S. team in scoring at the Five Nations tournament earlier this month. Team USA featured the best 1994-born forwards who do not play for the National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Mich.