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Congratulations Captain Gau!

Callum Gau makes NCAA D1 Commitment
Camrose, AB – The Camrose Kodiaks are very excited to announce that Callum Gau has committed to Augustana University in
Sioux Falls, SD. (NCAA Div. 1)
Callum Gau is born and raised in Camrose, AB and has been a Kodiak for five years. Callum has
also been the captain of the Camrose Kodiaks for two years now. Callum grew up cheering on
the Camrose Kodiaks and watched the Kodiaks win the AJHL championship 5 times. The entire
Kodiaks organization is proud to see Callum come up through the Camrose Minor Hockey
Association, become a Kodiak, and secure an NCAA D1 scholarship.
Kodiaks Head Coach, Clayton Jardine says, “Callum is a warrior who drags his teammates into
the battle. He has earned this scholarship through his hard work and dedication. I could not be
more proud of Callum as a hockey player and individual. He has represented the whole City of
Camrose and I am sure there are many minor hockey players within Camrose now that want to
grow up and to be just like Gau. The coaching staff in Sioux Falls is getting an outstanding
student athlete”.
Callum joins other Camrose and surrounding area players such as Ryan Rutz, Riley Ridell, Scott
Galenza, Richard Petiot, Mark Szott, Tim Green, Jason Fleck, Andre Blanchette, Dean Petiot,
David Jacobsen, Evan Oberg, Sam Jardine, Kenny Bradley, Karl Stollery, Kyler Kupka, Ryan
Huolt, Brennan Davis, Jacob Kendall, Allen York, Damon Zimmer, Cody Laskosky, Lane
Brockhoff, and Cooper Sharp as local Camrose products that have committed to a post secondary
college while being a Camrose Kodiak!
Callum also joins current teammates Cooper Sharp (Union College NCAA D1) and Ryan
Sullivan (Colgate University NCAA D1) with a commitment this season.
The Kodiaks organization would like to congratulate Callum, and his family on this once in a
lifetime opportunity!
Photo Courtesy of Lisel Mascaluk – Pro Sports Photography