Through April 30, 2010
Freshman (2009-10)... Did not see game action.
Junior Team... Skated with the U.S. National Team Development Program Under-17 in the spring of 2009, but did not see game action ... Earned a varsity letter with the Lincoln-Milan High School Railsplitters in the winter of 2009, posting a .908 save percentage and a 2.42 GAA in eight games (4-4) ... Skated with the Motor City Machine (Midget Minor) in the fall of 2009 ... Tended net for Victory Honda in 2006 before moving into the Little Caesars system from 2007-2008, posting a combined 28-22-6 record with a 2.80 GAA and .884 save percentage ... Won the Midget Minor state championship and later national championship in 2008 ... Qualified for the national championships with the Little Caesars Bantam Minor team in 2006.
Personal... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, undecided on major ... Older brother is team captain Chris Summers ... Graduated from Milan High School in 2009 with honors.
Summers' Career Highlights
Shot and Save Superlatives
Shots/Game (High): To Come
Shots/Game (Low): To Come
Saves/Game (High): To Come
Saves/Period (High): To Come
Saves/Game (Low): To Come
Consecutive: To Come
First Game/Start/Win: To Come
Shutouts - To Come
Consecutive Scoreless Minutes: To Come
Penalty Shots Faced: To Come
Shootouts: To Come
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