17 Mike Santee
Mike Santee


Park Ridge, Ill.

High School:
Maine South

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 184



Last Team:
Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL

One of two seniors on the team ... endured an injury-plagued career ... left the Academy due to injury and reentered for junior season ... has played in 53 career games ... nine goals and 10 assists with two multiple-point games ... owns two career short-handed and game-winning goals ... three-time Dean's List selection.

2012-13: Did not play.

2011-12: Was not enrolled at the U.S. Military Academy.

2010-11: Appeared in 32 games ... scored five goals and handed out six assists ... scored once short-handed ... tallied pair of game-winning goals ... registered an assist in season-opening game vs. Colgate ... added an assist the next game vs. Holy Cross ... scored first goal of the season against AIC, the game-winner ... scored in both games of weekend split with Niagara ... picked up game-winner in 4-1 victory ... scored opposite Ohio State in the Catamount Cup ... posted short-handed goal against Connecticut ... registered two assists against AIC ... second career multiple-point game ... ended season with assists in final two games.

2009-10: Appeared in 21 games ... season curtailed by injuries ... scored four goals ... handed out four assists ... credited with an assist at Merrimack, his second collegiate game ... scored first collegiate goal at Colgate ... score knotted the game at 4 in eventual overtime tie ... posted his first short-handed goal at Bentley during 5-1 victory ... handed out an assist at Holy Cross ... was +2 with a goal and assist in 4-4 tie with Mercyhurst on national television ... first career multiple-point game ... had a goal and assists in regular-season-ending series with AIC ... played in both playoff games at Air Force.

BACKGROUND: Born in Oak Lawn, Ill. ... now resides in Park Ridge, Ill. ... 2007 graduate of Maine South High School ... played baseball, football, basketball and soccer growing up ... earned two letters and served as team captain of Maine South's gymnastics team ... played for coach Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke Lumberkings of the Central Junior Hockey League ... named to the CJHL All-Stars in the first "Battle of Ontario" ... won a pair of CJHL Championships ... enjoys cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks, spending time with friends and watching movies ... son of Ingrid and David Santee ... father was a two-time Olympic figure skater .... David participated in the 1976 and `80 Olympics ... one brother, Chris ... first member of family to embark on military career ... lists Tuomo Ruutu, Dave Bolland and his father as his favorite athletes ... majoring in Management.

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