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 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)
Congratulations to 19AA player, Camille Sponaugle, on committing to Liberty University for the 2021-22 school year.
Sponaugle will be continuing her hockey career for the ACHA D-II program and majoring in biomedical sciences. On her decision, she said "I chose Liberty because it feels like home to me. The caring and supportive environment that Liberty provides will allow me to thrive both personally and academically."
19AA Coach Kaminsky shared his excitement on the decision and stated, "Camille has so much to offer both on and off the ice. On the ice she has deceptive speed, a quick release shot, and is crafty with the puck. She has a tremendous work ethic, is loved by her teammates, and has been a pleasure to coach the past two seasons."