Andrew Racine is a senior captain for Coon Rapids.
Andrew Racine may not rack up a ton of points for the Coond Rapids Cardinals, but he is proof that there is more to hockey than just putting the biscuit in the basket. Hard work, leadership, and being a good teammate are some of the traits Racine brings to the ice on a daily basis.
Racine not only gets it done on the ice and in the locker room, but also in the classroom where he boasts a 3.9 GPA and is planning on big things beyond high school.
"Andrew is a great leader who is looking to pursue a Medical degree after high school," said Coon Rapids Head Coach Aaron Frach. "Andrew exemplifies the attitude and effort needed in a leader. Andrew is a 3.9 student as well as a multi sport athlete. Andrew has been part of our leadership group putting forth the effort to change the culture within our program to build a Championship culture at Coon Rapids."
Andrew Racine, F, #8, Coon Rapids
Andrew Racine, Coon Rapids HS, Forward, #8
Team/School: Coon Rapids
Parents Names: Nicole and Rod
Jersey #: 8
Years on Varsity: 2 years
Last year's stats: 2 goals 4 assists 6 points
Career achievements: Captain and most improved award
Favorite Food: Pasta
Favorite Movie: Miracle on Ice
Favorite Musicians/Groups: Iann Dior
Favorite Video Game: NHL 21
Favorite NHL team: Minnesota Wild
Favorite College Team: North Dakota
Favorite Player: Auston Matthews
Favorite Subject in School: Biomed
Who are your role models? My cousins
What is the best advice you have been given and who gave it to you? Work harder than everyone else because skill comes with hard work. - Varsity hockey coach Aaron Frach
What are your strengths as a player? Leadership and hard work
What is your favorite hockey memory? Scoring a game winning shootout goal.
Describe what it takes to be a good leader: Being a good leader takes hard work and dedication. You have to be dedicated to providing that spark for you team.
What do you like most about this year's team? The hard work everyone has put in this offseason and the change in culture.
What are your post HS plans? Attend a four year school and study to become a physician assistant.
What is it you love most about hockey? I love the memories I've made with teammates though the years.
What are words you live by (favorite slogan):Don't let anyone outwork you.
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