Aaron Randazzo, who practiced with the Ogden Mustangs during the 2015-16 season as a 15 year old, is playing for the Dubuque Saints in the USHL this season, with an NCAA DI commitment to St. Cloud State.

Randazzo practiced with the team as his brother Alex played for the Mustangs and his family lived locally. Following that season as a practice player, he played a season of high school hockey in Minnesota and then played for the prestigious Notre Dame Hounds program last season, helping lead them to a national championship in the Telus Cup.

“Practicing with the Mustangs that season with my brother was a great experience for me,” Aaron said. “My hockey ability really grew that year. Coach Laime taught discipline and work ethic and he, as well as the Mustangs, have really helped turn me into the person and hockey player I am today. I am so thankful for the opportunity coach Laime and the Mustangs gave me.”