Raianeráhstha Diome-Deer ‘20 Recruiting Profile

  • St Pauls School
  • Kahnawake, QC
  • Men's Ice Hockey
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Raianeráhstha Diome-Deer's Men's Ice Hockey Recruiting Profile
St. Paul’s School, Concord, NH
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Prep School

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Personal Statement

Raianeráhstha = He makes things good. He makes things right.

A natural and diverse athlete, my ability and willingness to play multiple sports and positions make me a flexible asset to any school and team.

A leader I am committed to the brotherhood of my teams... My classmates and coaches are all part of my family. I am loyal, righteous and compassionate. A giving and caring friend I am also a leader who brings people together. When the group needs leadership, I am motivational and will rally my peers with my chants,  my  good words, encouragement and by being the guy who is giving 200% always.

Coachable....I respect and seeks out coaches who teach, guide and support me and my team mates to be the best we can be. I love to be pushed to my full potential.

Champion Spirit...I have grit. I will always battle hardest in any game and never quit until the buzzer sounds no matter the score, my exhaustion or pain in a game situation. After any game you can count on me to always come out of the dressing room with a smile and know I am already thinking forward to the next battle.

Work Ethic... I lead by example and am always at the top of the pack in every practice. Always working hard to improve himself. Right to the last drill, I am the first to finish.

Academically driven...My greatest gifts are; determination, work ethic and will to succeed. I may not have been born the gift of natural genius but I was born with the drive to work hard and the will to succeed.

Champion of our Earth and Animals....I love to be outdoors and cares deeply for our environment and all life on our Mother Earth. 

I have balanced elite city hockey, varsity school hockey, national box and field lacrosse & does strength training along with school extracurricular activities and family. I cares for my flock of heirloom chickens, does chores and volunteers in our community. He attends a private all boys academically accelerated school & travels an hour twice a day and keeps up with a massive amount of school work. By choice her carries a very heavy workload and does it well.

There is still so much I would like to learn. My hope is that college will be a place a place where my horizon can expand. My hope is that the wisdom gained in school can be used to do good in this world. Although it is not certain what my major will be, it is clear that my path will unfold in time and that many diverse layers of college experiences will help me lead a wonderful life of prosperity.

My dream college must be a place where I can be happy, as there is nothing more important to seek in life. It must be a place where I will be supported to physically, mentally, spiritually and intellectually grow into a powerhouse being challenged to be my best is essential. It is my dream to always give and have opportunities to grow, to always work at being a better person. 

The concept of family, team and school is very important as it speaks to the importance of forming meaningful connections and a sense of belonging. Growing up on an Indian reservation, in a family of nine, attending an all boys school and being part of sports teams, there has always been a strong sense of  team work and community in my life. Our strengths seem to have always come from our unity. College must be my home for four years. Being part of a strong and diverse school community where together we will possess great strength to do great good, sounds wonderful to me. 


Hockey is so awesome. It is a huge part of me, as is lacrosse. They are both my passion, essential to my life. Through my two complimentary sports; coaches, trainers, team mates and family have taught me so much about life. 

Grit is what has gotten me this far, hard work and the pure will to succeed has far outweighed any talent I may have started with.

My play is very intense, competitive and aggressive. There is a complete investment from me on all levels from unifying and leading my team mates, listening and learning from coaches, doing my best in practices and of course going all out in game situations.  I am always 100% invested my sports and am always reflecting on how to be better. Even sleep and food have become important to ensure my greatest possible performance.

A tenacious defenseman who glides from stay at home to offense. Coaches switch me from playing defense to center as required. My skill level on the ice is high and my job is always done well. 

When I step on the ice, everyone knows it. My team watch to see what I will do and the opponents stay aware of my positioning and keep alert with their heads up. 

My checks are clean and complete and my play is always smart and consistent, you can always count on me. Clear the zone, shoot from the blue line stay in the opponents face or be it breaking into the offensive zone to score, i'm always on. My specialty is penalty kill, nobody gets in on me and even my power play is rock solid. 

Before a game and in a scrum my cheers are the loudest to energize my team and when we are down, no one will battle harder than me until the final buzzer sounds. My teams love me for good reason, I am there for them.

We have just started this college recruiting process and already it has opened a new door to so many dreams of what could be in life, sports and in school, it is very exciting. The prospect of finding an amazing college, a new home to share my gifts and grow to my full potential sounds like a dream come true.  


High School Information

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 5 seasons
  • 2018 St. Paul’s School, Concord, NH (Varsity )
  • 2017 Selwyn House School (Varsity )
  • 2016 Quebec Junior Prospects - White Team (2000)
  • Notes: Training and participating in the 2016 Junior Chowder Cup in Foxboro, MA
  • 2016 Midget Espoir Arsenal Lac St. Louis (Midget Espoir)
  • 2015 Jeux de Quebec = State Championships (Midget AAA)
  • Notes: Selected to the provincial team representing our region they made it to the semi finals in the championship.

Coach References

  • Athletic Director
  • Michael Maurovitch
  • Position Coach
  • Marc Charland
  • Club Coach
  • Philippe Dagenais
  • Strength
  • Haskel Garmaise
  • High School Head Coach
  • Casey Cook
  • Club Director
  • Jonathan Lachance
  • Athletic Director
  • Michael Maurovitch

Additional Sports

  • Lacrosse
  • F
  • 4 Years
  • Varsity Team
  • ELITE BOX LACROSSE PLAYER 7 YEARS Iroquois National Box Lacrosse Team - Midget Major & Minor(Silver Title)/NLL Junior Knighthawks Box Lacrosse All Star Team - NLL Championship Winners/OLA Provincial & Tournament Championship/All Canada Games All Star Fiel
  • Track
  • 1 Year
  • Sophomore Team
  • Other
  • F
  • 2 Years
  • Junior Varsity Team
  • 2 Years White Water Rescue & Wilderness Training https://borealriver.com/en/courses/boreal-river-rescue-whitewater-swiftwater-training/wwr-2days/



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High School Information

High School:
St Pauls School

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. French Honors 4
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • City Wide McEntyre Essay Contest HM Recently began exploring the possibility of attending a US College. Beginning SAT preparation this year.
  • Activity
    • Bred and raised specialty breed rats 3 years. Breeds and Raises 20+ Heirloom Chickens and Quail Past 4 years. Wilderness Camping & Hiking Leader. Assistant Box Lacrosse Coach Paperweight. Selected to School Leadership Program. Social Dance Committee Organizer. Dans la Rue - Homeless Shelter Fundraiser/Volunteer. Playground Leadership Program - Volunteer. ATV trail blazer. Loves to Cook.

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