New Jersey forward Brice makes NCAA DI commitment
December 17, 2015
The New Jersey Titans, proud members of the NAHL, are pleased to announce that forward Raymond Brice has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at Michigan Tech University. Michigan Tech are members of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA).
Brice, 20, is in his second year playing in the NAHL and first year with the Titans. The native of Houghton, Michigan, is tied for 3rd in scoring for New Jersey this season with 21 points in 26 games played, which includes 11 goals and 10 assists.
Brice (6’0/187) broke into the league last season with the Soo Eagles, who relocated to New Jersey in the off-season. Last year, Brice had 20 points in 57 regular season games with the Eagles. He added four points in seven playoff games.
Titans General Manager and Brice’s coach with the Eagles last season, Bruno Bragagnolo had the following to say, “From the first day we started to recruit Raymond for the Soo Eagles there was no doubt in my mind that he was an NCAA Division I hockey player. We are very happy for Raymond that he has been able to achieve his lifelong dream of playing for his hometown team Michigan Tech. Michigan Tech is not only getting a great hockey player but a phenomenal young man who exemplifies what character and hard work is all about,” said Bragagnolo.
Brice is the second Titans player this season to make a NCAA Division I commitment, joining Darren Brady (RIT).