Odessa defenseman Lindsoe makes NCAA commitment
March 5, 2020
The Odessa Jackalopes of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) are pleased to announce that defenseman Conner Lindsoe has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey for Johnson and Wales University.
Lindsoe, 20, came to the Jackalopes in the NAHL after playing two seasons in the NAPHL for the Colorado Springs Tigers organization. The 5’11/200 lbs. native of Three Forks, Montana, is in his first year in the NAHL with the Jackalopes. In eleven games played so far, in his rookie season, Lindsoe has accumulated three assists.
“First, I would like to thank my family for all the support they’ve given to me not only this year but the past four as well. Second, I would like to thank all my teammates for helping me on and off the ice, becoming a better person and hockey player. Lastly, I would like to thank my coaches, Adam Phillips and Jason Smith, for the advice they have given me on what I should do the next four years of my life,” Lindsoe said. “I am truly excited to begin pursuing a Culinary Nutrition degree at such a prestigious culinary school.”
“We are thrilled for Conner. Johnson and Wales University is an outstanding fit for Conner both academically and athletically,” said Jackalopes Interim Head Coach Adam Phillips. “Conner has maintained an excellent attitude, strong work ethic, and has been a great teammate all year. We are looking forward to having him back in the lineup very soon. He is a fantastic young man who will be a great addition to the community and classroom, and he will be an excellent addition to a hockey program on the rise.”
Johnson and Wales University plays in the New England Hockey Conference, and is located in Providence, Rhode Island.