#10 Jace Foskey
D | 6'1" | 182 lbs. | June 1, 2000 | Harvard
Hometown: Southlake, Texas
USHL Draft: 2016, Phase I, 1st round, 12th overall by the Tri-City Storm.
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- A 2016 Storm first-round pick in Phase I. The Texan missed just ten games in first USHL season as a 16-year-old.
With the Storm:
- 2016-17 season: Ripped three goals and 11 points in 50 games ... Recorded first league point, an assist in 14th career game vs. WAT (12/2) ... Scored first goal in 20th game vs. LIN (12/31) ... Best offensive stretch came 2/17-3/3 (five games), recording two goals and five points ... Career-best three-game point streak (2g, 2a) from 2/17-2/24, including only multi-point game of season (1g, 1a) vs. SF (2/24) ... Recorded an assist on 4/8 at DM on the Storm's final goal of the season.
- Was the Storm's second-youngest player (June 1, 2000), trailing Wyllum Deveaux (Aug. 30, 2000).
Before the Storm:
- Foskey won a gold medal with USA Hockey's U17 Five Nations team summer 2016.
- 2015-16: One of 20 Americans named to USA Hockey's U17 Five Nations roster in July 2016. Skated in 32 games for the Dallas Stars Elite U16, notching two goals and nine assists.
- Youth team: Dallas Stars HC
- Lived with Mom in Kearney during 2016-17 for his first season playing away from home.
- Played with Ryan O'Reilly in 2015-16 with Dallas Stars U16. The Madison Capitols selected O'Reilly fourth overall in Phase I of the 2016 USHL Draft.
- Foskey, from Southlake Texas, participated in the 2016 Five Nations tournament in Frisco, Texas, located approximately 30 miles northeast of Southlake.
- Southlake is located 20 miles north of AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. Many famous current or former Cowboys have resided in Southlake, including Tony Romo, Demarcus Ware and Jason Witten. Other notable current or former residents include four-time Super Bowl champion Terry Bradshaw and former Monday Night Football commentator Pat Summerall.
- Southlake Carroll High School's football team plays in Dragon Stadium, which was constructed for $15 million in 2001.