Coulee Region forward Lovick makes NCAA DI commitment
March 4, 2015
The Coulee Region Chill, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are pleased to announce that forward Adam Lovick has made an NCAA Division I commitment to Bemidji State University. Bemidji State is a member of the WCHA.
Lovick, 20, is currently competing in his 3rd and final season in the NAHL, all with the Chill. The native of Lino Lakes, Minnesota is having a career season thus far as he has racked up career highs in goals assists and points. Lovick (6’0/185) currently leads the Chill in points with 53 and goals with 23 and ranks 2nd in assists with 30. He also leads the club with a +9 rating and 167 shots on goal, which ranks 4th in all of the NAHL.
Lovick also recently just competed in his second consecutive NAHL Top Prospects Tournament last week in Ann Arbor, MI for the Midwest team. Lovick lead the Midwest team in scoring during the event with four points (2 goals, 2 assists). The Midwest team won both their games while at the event.
Lovick also competed in the 2014 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament for the Midwest team.
In 154 career NAHL regular season games, all for Coulee Region, Lovick has recorded 44 goals and 58 assists for 102 career points.
Some of Lovick’s best hockey of the season came at an opportune time, not only at the NAHL Top Prospects Tournament last week, but also at the NAHL Showcase in September. During the Showcase, Lovick totaled eight points and was named the Midwest Division Star of the Week that week for his efforts.
"Adam has worked hard for the last three seasons for this opportunity and he has now achieved his goal of playing NCAA Division I hockey. Adam has grown tremendously as a player and person over his three seasons and our staff is excited to watch where his hockey career goes,” said Coulee Region head coach AJ Degenhardt.
Lovick is the third Chill player from this year’s team, and fourth overall, to make an NCAA Division I commitment this season, joining teammates Adam Carlson (Mercyhurst) and Brogan Rafferty (Quinnipiac).