With only two weeks to go in the New England Prep School Ice Hockey Association (NEPSIHA) 2018-19 regular season, prospects have only a few opportunities left this year to impress college recruiters.
Several prep school players have committed to playing college hockey since the start of the season, including a big commitment last week. St. Mark’s ’02 defenseman Ian Moore chose Princeton after bringing his game to a whole new level over the past year.
Prep rookie ('00) Robert Cronin’s speed and skating ability has allowed him to be a play-making center for Gunnery. On Sunday, the Plymouth, Mass., native chose University of New Hampshire over several other Hockey East and ECAC Hockey programs.
Earlier in the season, Salisbury ’02 center Michael Cameron committed to play college hockey at the University of Massachusetts over some big name schools in Big Ten, NCHC and Hockey East.