Thursday, September 13, 2007

Chris Lists: Where They're Going to College

When it comes to putting the names of top Minnesota high school boys in some sort of order, Chris Marshall is our man. (You'll remember his Chris Lists last spring, of course.)

Below, Chris reports, in Class AA State Meet finish order, where the top, senior, large-school boys from last year are attending college this year.

Hassan Mead, Minneapolis South, Minnesota
Jon Stublaski, Henry Sibley, Oklahoma State
Elliot Heath, Winona, Stanford
Kaafi Adeys, Willmar, plans to attend MSU-Mankato in the near future
Ryan Little, Eden Prairie, Oklahoma State
Abdi Awale, Willmar, MSU-Mankato
Tom Burke, Edian, William & Mary
Jackson Wiley, Eden Prairie, Florida College
Matt Yak, Northfield, St. Olaf
Nick Saucedo, Henry Sibley, MSU-Mankato
Justin Tyner, Brainerd, Air Force
Mohamed Bedel, Willmar, plans to attend MSU-Mankato in the near future
Paul Hilsen, Lakeville South, Minnesota
TC Lumbar, Edina, Georgetown
Mustafa Yusuf, Willmar, MSU-Mankato
Brandon Lewis, Armstrong, Drake
Chip Sandahl, Burnsville, North Dakota State
Matt Volz, Lakeville South, Colorado School of Mines
Ben Wilson, Alexandria, St. Olaf
Jon Lambert, Wayzata, St. Olaf
Aaron Gorman, Park Center, Minnesota-Duluth
Wade Hassell, Mounds View, UW-LaCrosse
Alex Wrobel, Mounds View, Calvin
Noah Delong, Central, Grinnell
Keagan Marble, Waseca, Augsburg
Mike Bumgarner, Rosemount, Drake
Nick Ramberg, North Branch, MSU-Mankato
John Davis, Eden Prairie, Carleton
Andy Wendroth, Zumbrota-Mazeppa, North Dakota State
Andy Hawkinson, Osseo, Minnesota-Duluth
Jimmy Backes, Lakeville South, St. John's
Luke Toso, Roseville, Minnesota-Morris
Adam Noll, Alexandria, MSU-Mankato
Mike Warweg, Rosemount, North Dakota
Jake Dornfield, Winona, North Dakota State

Ben Blankenship, Stillwater, Mississippi State


Chad said...

I'm a little late here, but I thought TC Lumbar was going to Notre Dame?

miller said...

He's on the Georgetown roster:

Side note:
Georgetown offers sailing as an intercollegiate sport. But no Minnesotans on the roster.

miller said...

Just noticed that the Hoyas roster includes two other MN kids:
Neil Grosscup (Mpls SW) and Mike Krisch (Hopkins).

miller said...

They're running, not sailing, BTW.

Chad said...

Thanks Pete. I just remember a thread on after his 24:17 Human Race and Notre Dame was mentioned.