Elmira Sugar Kings announce that 3rd year RW- Brady Campbell has
committed to 4 year Division 1 scholarship in Hockey East with the
University of Maine Black Bears.
Brady was recruited by Maine's Associate Head Coach Dan Kerluke when a
recruiting trip brought Maine's lead Recruiting Coordinator to Stratford
on Dec 7th to see all the buzz around the right hand shot sniper that
had created so much chatter in NCAA Division 1 circles.
Brady wasted no time impressing the coach with all aspects of his game
and posted 2 goals and an assist in a 3-2 shootout win. Brady has done
everything he has needed to do, to be recognized by one of the NCAA's
elite hockey programs. The Black Bears graduate more players to pro
hockey that any other NCAA program in all of North America. Maine's
notable Alumni include Paul Kariya and Detroit Red Wings, Jimmy Howard.
Brady recently returned from his official visit in Maine with Head
Coach, Tim Whitehead as well as with the schools academic guidance
Brady will sign his National Letter of Intent in Orono, Maine in April
at the NCAA National Signing. Brady will wear #59 in his freshmen year
with the Maine Black Bears and looks forward to getting healthy and
returning to the Sugar Kings lineup to help the club push toward the
playoffs and a Sutherland Cup Championship.
Brady is currently recovering from a broken cheek bone and is expected
to return to the Kings lineup in Mid February in time for the GOJHL
(Nathan can be reached at email@example.com)
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