Furthering a youth hockey career into college is an exciting decision for many athletes. There are four NGHL member teams who have 19 signees headed all over the United States and we are excited to share where they are going.
The NGHL teams that have signees for the month of September are the Syracuse Valley Eagles, Ironbound Elite, Lovell Academy Lions, and Florida Alliance.
The Syracuse Valley Eagles have eight college commits who decided where they will be headed for their college careers. Addie Alvarez will be joining the RIT Tigers, Carolyn Bourgeault heads to Concordia University in Wisconsin, Harper Weisbeck committed to Manhattanville College, Drew Kopek to State University of New York (SUNY) at Cortland, Helen VanDamme to Oswego State, Jordan Caroccio is off to SUNY Canton, Julia Peters to Stonehill College and Madison Flory will be headed to Western New England University.
Ironbound Elite also has seven commits headed to schools all across New England and the East Coast. Aislin Tobin-Fretwell is off to New York to attend Queen’s University, Alex Degan to Long Island University, Cassidy Yaun is off to Connecticut to play at Trinity College, Cassie Borowski to Suffolk University, Lilli Warnock has committed to Plymouth State University, Maddie Smith is joining the Sacred Heart University Big Red and Pulse Drying-Andersen is off to Stonehill College.
Lovell Academy Alliance will have four Division I and III commitments for the month of September. Adreanna Doucette and Hayley Kelleher will both be joining the Clarkson University Golden Knights, McKenzie Brown committed to Nazareth College and Kieren Poulin will be headed to UMASS Amherst.
Florida Alliance will have two commitments: Alexis Fitzsimmons is headed to Norwich University and Frankie Miller is off to Adrian College in Michigan.
Congratulations to all of these commitments from the month of September and we wish you all the best of luck!