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NCAA COMMITMENTS

CANADA EAST

Andrew Calof – Harvard University (2010-11)

Colin Campbell – Lake Superior State University (2010-11)

Alex Guptill – University of Michigan (2011-12)

Kyle Just – Mercyhurst College (2011-12)

Jacob Laliberte – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2010-11)

Lucas Lessio – University of Michigan (2011-12)

Julian Melchiori – University of Massachusetts-Lowell (2010-11)

Jordan Mustard – Canisius University (2010-11)

David Pratt – Clarkson University (2010-11)

CANADA WEST

Mathew Bodie – Union College (2010-11)

Sean Bonar – Princeton University (2010-11)

Daniel Carr – Union College (2010-11)

Grayson Downing – University of New Hampshire (2010-11)

Tanner Fritz – Ohio State University (2010-11)

Connor Jones – Quinnipiac University (2010-11)

Kellen Jones – Quinnipiac University (2010-11)

Cody Kunyk – University of Alaska-Fairbanks (2010-11)

Joey Laleggia – University of New Hampshire (2010-11)

Wes McLeod – University of Alaska-Anchorage (2010-11)

Brendan O’Donnell – University of North Dakota (2010-11)

Cam Reid – University of New Hampshire (2010-11)

UNITED STATES

Mac Bennett – University of Michigan (2010-11)

Shane Berschbach – Miami University (2010-11)

Connor Brickley – University of Vermont (2011-12)

Jeff Costello – University of Notre Dame (2010-11)

Chris Crane – Ohio State University (2010-11)

Derek DeBlois – University of Michigan (2010-11)

Nic Dowd – St. Cloud State University (2010-11)

David Gerths – University of Notre Dame (2010-11)

Nick Jensen – St. Cloud State University (2010-11)

Matt Leitner – Minnesota State University-Mankato (2010-11)

Kevin Lind – University of Notre Dame (2010-11)

Nick Mattson – University of North Dakota (2010-11)

Eamonn McDermott – Colorado College (2010-11)

John Parker – University of Massachusetts (2010-11)

Mike Parks – University of North Dakota (2010-11)

Colten St. Clair – University of North Dakota (2010-11)

Nick Sorkin – University of New Hampshire (2011-12)

Will Yanakeff – Michigan State University (2010-11)


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