Ella Miller has committed to West Virginia University and will play ACHA D2.
"I plan on studying psychology at West Virginia University. I chose WVU because of their outstanding psychology program, location, wide range of majors, big campus, friendly atmosphere, plus all the positive things people had to say about it. I plan on continuing my hockey career on WVU’s women’s club team where I hope to contribute to its growing success." Ella stated.
"Ella is a terrific defenseman that has the ability to play an aggressive game thanks to her speed. Her speed allows her to close on opponents quickly and use an active stick to breakup plays. In the offensive zone she does a great job of pinching in at the right time and also moves the puck around well." commented Nick Kaminsky
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
The JR Flyers 14 AA Elite avenged their only MAWHA loss of the season, defeating the Lady Patriots 14AA 6-0 Saturday night at Ice LIne. With the win, the team takes over the first place in the MAWHA 14AA Division.
The JR Flyers came out strong forechecking aggressively in the first period. Paige Muetterties came to play, netting the teams first goal at 10:39 of the first period, off the assist from Kylie Chandler. Paige kept the pace going later in the first, with her second of the game off an assist from Gracie Spicher. The JR Flyers didn’t allow a shot in the first period, exhibiting an aggressive fore check and strong neutral zone defense.
In the second period, Bella Acosta got the JR Flyers on the board, with Ashley Edmonds getting the assist. Later in the period, Grace Capecci kept the JR Flyers going of another assist from Edmonds.
The JR Flyers didn’t let their foot off the gas in the third period. Acosta notched her second of the game with 12:54 to go in the period. Bella recently returned from a long injury rehab, and now has 5 goals in 3 games since her return.
With 46 seconds to go, Paige Muetterties notched her third goal of the game, earning her second hat trick of the season.
Fiona Walker notched the shutout between the pipes, continuing a string of strong goaltending. The JR Flyers outshot the Lady Patriots 35-7.
That marks the last MAWHA game of the 2020 year for the JR Flyers. The team has been working hard, and is looking forward to a strong finish in 2021.