#7 Aaron Skipworth | Forward
Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Previous School: Fort Collins
2012 Honorable Mention All-GPAC
2011 Honorable Mention All-GPAC
2011 OWH All-Nebraska Team Honorable Mention
2010 Second Team All-GPAC
Aaron appeared in 16 games wtih 15 starts during his senior season in 2012... was fourth on the team with two goals... Aaron led the team in assists with 5... was third on team with nine total points... was second on the team with 25 shots on goal... Aaron was selected to Honorable Mention All-GPAC for the second year in a row
Aaron appeared in 17 games with 14 starts during his junior season in 2011…was second on the team with nine goals…was tied for the team lead with four assists…was second on the team with 22 total points…was third on the team with 44 total shots and 21 shots on goal…scored a team-best three game-winning goals on the year…earned honorable mention All-GPAC honors...was an honorable mention selection for the Omaha World Herald's All-Nebraska Team.
Skipworth played in 14 games with 10 starts at the forward position for the Bulldogs in his sophomore season…Led the team with nine goals and was second with four assists…His 22 total points led the team…Finished with 33 shots and 14 shots on goal for the season…Scored two game-winning goals, vs. Nebraska Wesleyan on 10-5-10 and vs. York College on 10-13-10…Scored a pair of goals and added an assist in Concordia’s 8-0 win over York on 10-13-10…Had a goal and an assist in Concordia’s 4-3 win over Midland University on 9-29-10…Had a season-high six shots at Dakota Wesleyan on 9-25-10…Earned Second Team All-GPAC honors.
Prepped at For Collins high school for four years ... Played for coach Jason Oderizzi as a three year starter ... Team captain for one year and three time varsity letter winner ... First Team All-Conference honors ... Was part of a State Champion team.
Born March 5 in El Paso, Texas ... Son of Tom and Terri Skipworth ... Has two younger siblings, Matthew and Emily.