Jr Flyers Girls since 2017
51 NCAA Commits
|Last Name||School||Start Year|
|Jillian||Wexler||Norwich (NCAA D-III)||2022-23|
|Sarah||Davies||Lindenwood (NCAA D-I)||2022-23|
|Mattie||Robitzer||Northeastern (NCAA D-I)||2023-24|
|Lara||Beecher||Vermont (NCAA D-I)||2022-23|
|Katherine||Khramtsov||Princeton (NCAA D-I)||2022-23|
|Laney||Potter||Wisconsin (NCAA D-I)||2023-24|
|Gia||Mancy||Penn State University (NCAA D-I)||2023-24|
|Makayla||Javier||Mercyhurst (NCAA D-I)||2022-23|
|Leah||Stecker||Penn State University (NCAA D-I)||2022-23|
|Grace||Dwyer||Cornell University (NCAA D-I)||2022-23|
|Mandy||Kaminsky||Kings College (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Alyssa||Wruble||Maine (NCAA D-I)||2021-22|
|Kaylee||Voss||Neumann University (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Maddie||Jukus||SUNY Morrisville (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Syd||Bradley||Alvernia University (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Emily||Bozzi||Suffolk University (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Rachel||Martin||SUNY Plattsburgh (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Kylie||Aquaro||RIT (NCAA D-I)||2021-22|
|Payton||Hansen||Endicott College (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Julia||Franklin||Suffolk University (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
Cornell University (NCAA D-I)
|Riley||Grimley||UConn (NCAA D-I)||2021-22|
|Ava||Rinker||UConn (NCAA D-I)||2021-22|
|Hannah||O'Rourke||Arcadia University (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Sophia||Boyle||Chatham University (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Emily||Brightbill||Stevenson University (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Katelyn||Reid||Stevenson University (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Eva||Hamel||William Smith College (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Jordan||Hower||Middlebury College (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Sally||Solotaroff-Webber||Bowdoin College (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Jane||McCarter||Bowdoin College (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Jackie||Miller||Bowdoin College (NCAA D-III)||2021-22|
|Raelena||Hughes||Kings College (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Sierra||Moore||St. Olaf College (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Ainsley||Shin||St. Olaf College (NCAA D-III)||2020-21|
|Emma||Simpson||Lebanon Valley College (NCAA D-III)||2019-20|
|Georgia||Wunder||Neumann U. (NCAA D-III)||2019-20|
|Lauren||Czymek||Alvernia U. (NCAA D-III)||2019-20|
|Gianna||Manzi||Wilkes College (NCAA D-III)||2019-20|
|Katelyn||Brightbill||Franklin Pierce College (NCAA D-I)||2019-20|
|Annika||Neufeld-Kreider||SUNY Oswego (NCAA D-III)||2018-19|
|Delaney||Carle||Nazareth College (NCAA D-III)||2018-19|
|Miki||Rubin||Nazareth College (NCAA D-III)||2018-19|
|Taylor||Cullen||Neumann U. (NCAA D-III)||2018-19|
|Jacy||Kuhlman||Endicott College (NCAA D-III)||2018-19|
St. Norbert's College (NCAA D-III)
|Alexa||Weiderhold||SUNY Canton (NCAA D-III)||2017-18|
|Kate||Winstanley||Norwich U. (NCAA D-III)||2017-18|
|Abby||Shows||Stevenson U. (NCAA D-III)||2017-18|
|Nina||Pugliese||Lebanon Valley College (NCAA D-III)||2017-18|
Congratulations to Grace Dwyer (Cornell commit) and Laney Potter (Wisconsin commit) on being selected for the 2022 U.S. U18 Women's National Team.
They will compete in the IIHF World Championships January 8-15 in Linköping & Mjölby, Sweden.
The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers are pleased to announce the commitment of 19U goaltender, Jillian Wexler, to Norwich University for the 2022-23 season. Wexler is in her post-grad year and is in her first season with the Jr. Flyers.
Norwich is located in Northfield, VT and competes in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC). Nicknamed the Cadets, Norwich has won NCAA D-III National Championships in 2011 and 2018.
Of her commitment, Wexler said, “I chose Norwich because of the strong academics and athletics. I’m very excited to play for Coach Leclerc and Coach Willard because they have built a competitive team that also has a good family feel.”
West Chester, PA – The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers Girls are excited to announce the commitment of 19U Defenseman, Sarah Davies, to Lindenwood University (NCAA D-I) for the 2022-23 season. Lindenwood is located outside of St. Louis, MO. and the Lions compete in College Hockey America (CHA), along with Penn State, RIT, Syracuse, and Mercyhurst.
The Ontario-born defenseman has played previously for Mississauga and Brampton (PWHL). Davies competes physically in her own end and has an active stick while defending. Her skating ability allows her to set good gaps and angle effectively off the rush. Offensively, she moves the puck well and has a heavy shot from the point.
Of her commitment, Davies said, “I picked Lindenwood University because I really admire the coaches and their determination to win. They have an amazing program that I look forward to being a part of. The coaches made the recruiting process very easy for me as they were always in my corner and they saw the best in me. I can’t wait to be a Lion in 2022!”
Congratulations to 19UAAA Defenseman, Makayla Javier, on her commitment to Mercyhurst University for the 2022-23 season.
The Mercyhurst Lakers play in the College Hockey America (CHA) Conference, alongside Penn State, Syracuse, Lindenwood, and RIT. Mercyhurst is located in Erie, Pennsylvania and has only two Division I teams on campus: Women's Ice Hockey & Men's Ice Hockey.
Javier is in her 4th season with the Jr. Flyers and was voted as an Alternate Captain by her teammates last season. She is an imposing presence in all 3 zones and can make an impact in any situation.
Congrats, MJ! Mercyhurst Class of 2026.
Come show your support for our 11 Seniors on the 19U Tier I team this coming Sunday 2/28... Game will be against Syracuse Valley on the AAA Arena at Ice Line. 12:45PM Senior Ceremony and 1:00PM Puck Drop.
Class of 2021
Alexa Davis (4th season) - Cornell University
Alyssa Wruble (2nd season) - University of Maine
Ava Rinker (6th season) - University of Connecticut
Emily Bozzi (5th season) - Suffolk University
Jessica Miller (5th season) - Franklin & Marshall
Julia Franklin (4th season) - Suffolk University
Kylie Aquaro (4th season) - Rochester Institute of Technology
Payton Hansen (3rd season) - Endicott College
Rachel Martin (5th season) - SUNY Plattsburgh
Riley Grimley (3rd season) - University of Connecticut
Sydney Bradley (6th season) - Alvernia University
Congratulations to 19AA goaltender, Mandy Kaminsky, on her commitment to Kings College (NCAA D-III) for the 2021-22 season.
On her commitment, Mandy said, "I chose Kings College for the strong academic opportunities in Psychology and Criminal Justice that the school has to offer, along with the welcoming and supportive environment. I am excited to continue my academic and athletic development at Kings!"
Kings College is located in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and the Monarchs compete in the United Collegiate Hockey Conference (UCHC).
The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers are excited to announce the commitment of 19U Tier-I goaltender, Mattie Robitzer, to Northeastern University (NCAA D-I). Northeastern is located in Boston, MA. and they play in the prestigious Hockey East Conference. Robitzer will attend Northeastern beginning in the fall of 2023.
Robitzer is in her 3rd season with the Jr Flyers Girls, including a 16U Tier-II bronze medal finish at 2019 Nationals in Amherst, NY., where she played all 5 games. She possesses a high compete level, along with great athleticism and quickness in the crease. Robitzer is able to remain calm in net, while aggressively challenging shooters and cutting off angles.
Jr Flyers Girls goaltending coach, Michel Larocque, said “Whether it’s a practice or a game, Mattie competes and battles for every puck. She elevates everyone around her with her work ethic and passion for the sport. Her ability to read plays, combined with her exceptional skating skills, puts her in a good position for every save.”
On her decision, Robitzer stated, “I chose Northeastern because of the strong academics and competitive hockey program. I am excited to compete in Hockey East and look forward to playing on a team with such a great dynamic.”
Congratulations to Mattie! Northeastern Huskies Class of ’27!!
The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers Girls are extremely proud to announce that 21 of our current players are committed to play NCAA Hockey: 10 D-I and 11 D-III. 19 of those players play on the 19UT1 and 2 play on the 19AA.
NCAA Division I Hockey Commits:
Kylie Aquaro (RIT), Alexa Davis (Cornell), Gracie Dwyer (Cornell), Ava Rinker (UConn), Riley Grimley (UConn), Makayla Javier (RMU), Mattie Robitzer (Northeastern), Leah Rubinshteyn (Dartmouth), Leah Stecker (Penn State), Alyssa Wruble (Maine)
NCAA Division III Hockey Commits:
Emily Bozzi (Suffolk), Julia Franklin (Suffolk), Syd Bradley (Alvernia), Payton Hansen (Endicott), Jordan Hower (Middlebury), Rachel Martin (Plattsburgh), Jackie Miller (Bowdoin), Jane McCarter (Bowdoin), Sally Solotaroff-Webber (Bowdoin), Hannah O'Rourke (Arcadia), Maddie Jukus (Morrisville)
West Chester, PA – The Philadelphia Jr Flyers Girls are excited to announce the commitment of Leah Rubinshteyn to Dartmouth College (NCAA D-I) for the 2022-23 season. Leah is the 3rd Ivy-League commit; 9th NCAA D-I commit; and 18th NCAA commit on the current 19U T1 team. Located in Hanover, NH, the Dartmouth Big Green play in the ECAC Hockey Conference and will be led by first-year Head Coach, Morgan Illikainen.
Rubinshteyn is in her 2nd season with the Jr Flyers program and is a native of Summit, NJ. She is a high-compete player that battles for the puck every time she touches the ice – whether in a game, or in a practice. Rubinshteyn has a great work ethic and is extremely aggressive; she makes hard, crisp passes and has a heavy, accurate shot. She is a powerful skater with quick feet and hands.
19U Coach Chris Baer said, “Leah has a D-I work ethic and skill set… we are excited to see how much she will continue to improve over this next year and a half. She earns everything she gets, and we know she is very deserving of this opportunity and will make an immediate impact for the Big Green”.
On her commitment, Rubinshteyn said, “I chose Dartmouth because I loved the overall atmosphere of the school and it felt like the perfect fit for me from an academic and athletic perspective. I couldn’t have done it without the help of my family, friends, and coaches.”
Congrats to Leah! Dartmouth Big Green ’26.
West Chester, PA – The Philadelphia Jr Flyers Girls are thrilled to announce the commitment of 2021 forward, Alyssa Wruble, to the University of Maine (NCAA D-I). The Black Bears are a member of the Hockey East Conference, along with: Boston College, Boston University, UConn, Holy Cross, Merrimack, UNH, Northeastern, Providence, and Vermont.
Wruble is currently a winger for the 19U T1 team and is in her 2nd season with the Jr Flyers. She attended the 2019 USA Hockey 16/17 National Development Camp in St. Cloud, MN. Wruble is an elite speedster that competes hard in all 3 zones and is always a threat on the ice. Her skating ability and aggression keeps defenders on their heels as she pushes the pace up ice. Wruble is a high-motor player that plays with grit, making her excellent on the forecheck, backcheck, and penalty kill.
On her commitment, Wruble said “I chose The University of Maine because as soon as I stepped onto campus, it felt like a second home. I felt that it was the right fit for me all around - academically and athletically. I couldn’t have done it without the help of my friends, family, and coaches”.
Congrats and good luck to Alyssa! University of Maine – Class of 2025.