The Smithfield, RI native is the captain this year for a team well positioned among the top in the USPHL Premier division. In 30 games Greg has a 7G-9A-16PTS line and has found himself contributing to the team in every zone and situation. Greg is in his 2nd full season with the Bruins after coming over from the Hotchkiss School.
“Greg got off to a tremendous start for us this year, really going all the way back to the spring and summer, and quickly earned the respect of all his teammates for his unbelievable work ethic and commitment to the team. He’s been great for us all year and it’s refreshing to see a player who plays each and every shift of every game with the same enthusiasm and energy level. I’m proud to have him as our captain and I’m very happy that he will continuing his college hockey career in the NESCAC”, Junior Bruins head coach Mike Anderson.
At 20-8-0 the Bruins sit just one point behind the Jersey Hitmen for 2nd place in the USPHL Premier division and remain within striking distance of first place. With his college commitment out of the way Greg and the rest of his Junior Bruins teammates can lock in on pursuing another USPHL title as we head into the final few months of the season.
Congratulations to Greg and his family on their commitment to Connecticut College.