Powell River, BC– November 28, 2012 - The Kings are proud to announce that Noah Henry has committed to Union College’s Dutchmen hockey program for September 2014.
A native of Seattle, Washington, Noah is a recent addition to the
Kings’ blue line but has easily taken to his role in the green and
gold’s line-up.Wearing number 44 and born in ‘94, Noah has earned 4
points in 4 games with the Kings.
Kings' assistant coach Chad Van
Diemen is proud of Henry saying, "We are very excited for Noah. He
will be joining a long list of Kings’ alumni that have moved on to Union
College to play for the Dutchmen. Noah had a great visit to the campus
and he was very impressed with the whole trip. Choosing a school is a
very important decision and Noah did not take that lightly.
“It's been great getting to know Noah since he joined our team. He has a
great character and has been a fabulous addition to our back end. Noah
will be a great addition to the Union campus, both on the ice and in the
Henry says he chose to commit to Union for a
number of reasons. “Unionhas a great hockey program that is a
well-recognized program having made the Frozen Four last season. In
addition, the coaching staff is excellent and they think highly of me.
Union College is also recognized for its academic excellence and that is
really important to me as well.”
Noah hopes to pursue a degree in Engineering or Economics while attending Union College.
Schenectady, New York’s Dutchmen have a strong standing across the
United States as one of the best college hockey programs in the country.
Union currently is ranked 7thoverall by USA Today/USA Hockey
Magazine poll. The Dutchmen are part of the Division I’s ECAC and where
Kings’ alumni Kyle Bodie, Mat Bodie, and Daniel Carr have continued
their post-Junior ‘A’ careers and found great success.
Fans can find more information about Henry’s future school and home by clicking here.
Congratulations Noah on this great achievement!
(Nathan can be reached at email@example.com)
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