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Boys U14-U18 Info

2021-2022 Team Wisconsin Boys

TW Boys is planning and approved for 2021-2022 to continue running our 14U, 15U, 16U & 18U Before & After programs.  Tryouts are scheduled for May 21st-May 23rd and for those selected from that camp we will have our final camp on June 4th-6th. All tryouts and camps are held in Fond du Lac, WI at the Fond du Lac Blue Line Family Ice Center.

Please do not email about billeting, if you're not a Wisconsin resident or attending a Wisconsin school you are not eligible for TW. 

Questions please email 

All Team Wisconsin tryouts will be held at Fond du Lac Blue Line Ice Arena


Coaches & Dates below...

Location: Fond du Lac Blue Line Family Ice Center


Coming in April....

Team Wisconsin Boys U14-U18 Questions




Midget 18U
2003 & 2004 Birth Years

Open Tryouts: May 21st-23rd


Final Tryouts: June 4th-6th

Michael Schwengler, Matt Walsh, & Erik Larabell

Midget 16U
2005 & 2006 Birth Years

Open Tryouts: May 21st-23rd


Final Tryouts: June 4th-6th

Brady Byce, Craig Johnson & Marcus Johnson 
Midget 15O
2006 Birth Years Only
Register for U16 team tryouts and you will be placed accordingly. 2006 birth years will be eligible for the 16U and 15O team. Chase Drake and TBD
U14- 2007 Birth Year

Open Tryouts: May 21st-23rd


Final Tryouts: June 4th-6th

Paul Caufield & Dan Francis

U12 (2008) & U13 (2009)

June 11th-13th

U12- Steve Libert

U13- Ryan Blick

See below for an important update for 2005-2006 birth year players in middle school.
All Goalies (14U,15O,16U,18U)

If you want a chance to play TW just sign up for the open camp, same process as the skaters.   This is fluid based on how many players and goalies register at each age group.  Some goalies will come in on the May 20th/21st and compete for a chance to tryout during the remaining tryout May 21st-23rdth.  Some goalies will be placed directly into the May 21st-23rd tryouts, again based on numbers that are fluid up until a few days before tryout.   We will email all goalies with their report time on May 12th.

Q: What is the schedule?

A: One week prior to tryouts we close registration, build our master schedule and email all families registered with a report time and planned end time for the day. 

Q: Why do we have to wait until the week prior to know the TW schedule?

A: We typically have very large numbers attending our tryouts and many families wait until the last minute to register.  If we send you a schedule and see a major change up or down in numbers at each age group, it means change which really aggravates families so closing registration the week prior allows us to build one schedule.

Q: What should families plan for until the schedule is sent?

A: We recommend that families plan for Friday evening 4-10PM, all day Sat(8AM-9PM) and then on Sun 8AM-3PM however our goal is to have each player only attend one day so a hotel stay is not needed.

Q: What should families really expect in the May 21st-23rd?

A: The goal is for TW to schedule a weekend that minimizes hotel cost for parents while still allowing the TW staff to properly evaluate players.  Goal of our scheduling is to have each age group only on one day for the open camp.  This is primarily scrimmages.  This is just an example of past years but we typically try to do 15/16’s on Saturday only, 14/18’s on Sunday only.  Goalies may have a tryout the night prior or the morning before based on numbers.  If we have 60 skaters, then we build 4 teams at that age group and we need 8 goalies.  Any more we really won’t give the goalies a fair evaluation, so we cut down to a manageable number. 

Q: What should families expect in the final camp if invited June 4th-6th?

A: This is a true 3-day training camp.  We have speakers and classroom with Junior and College coaches.  On ice positional instruction and training.  TW alumni counselors currently playing College hockey enabling players to talk with someone about their recent journey from TW to College.  Yes we are picking teams but we are training and evaluating a players ability to learn and translate that to the scrimmages.  Parents will be responsible for players at night and when not part of on ice or classroom with TW. 

Q: Why do you run all this in Fond du Lac….For those of us from the NW, this is a long weekend. 

A: We run a professional weekend tryout with a very large staff of TW coaches, counselors and guest speakers.  If we segregate this into different parts of the state, we take away from the overall experience and increase cost.  We ask for a little from those in the NW part of the state and hope you understand that many of the TW teams play a majority of their weekends in MN making your fall travel very light.

All players plan on attending BOTH tryout camps. Players will be selected from the first camp to compete in the final tryout camp. You will be notified via e-mail if you are selected for a final camp.

2006 birth years not selected for the U16 team after attending the final camp may be selected for the Midget 15O Team. See below for more information.

All tryout camps are day camps only. Parents will be responsible for travel, food, lodging and supervision of their players.

Note: All Team Wisconsin players at ALL age levels except 14U must be Wisconsin Residents playing High School Hockey in the fall.  Any player 14U eligible (2007 or 2008) must play High School(if attending High School) or if in Jr High you may play for your local WAHA Tier 2 Bantam/U14 Team.  You will need to notify your local Tier 2 team of minor overlaps in Oct and first week of Nov if you play TW and for your local Tier 2 Bantam/U14 Tier 2 Team.  If State tournaments overlap you must commit 100% to your Tier 2 organization and attend TW events that do not conflict.

All Team Wisconsin tryouts will be held at Fond du Lac Blue Line Ice Arena

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