Amarillo forward Siffringer makes NCAA commitment
The Amarillo Bulls of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) are proud to announce that forward Nick Siffinger has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey for Trinity College.
“I’m very excited to be attending Trinity College. Trinity is a school that has both a great hockey program and great academics,” said Siffinger.
The NAHL veteran joined the Bulls in the middle of the 2020-21 season and has provided depth and leadership for head coach Rocky Russo.
“Trinity is a tremendous academic institution with a track record of success on the ice,” Russo said. “Coach Greason and his staff do an excellent job developing their players, and I am very confident that Nick will be an outstanding addition to their program.”
Trinity College is located in Hartford, CT and are members of the New England Small College Athletic College League.
A three-year NAHL veteran, Siffinger, 21, made his NAHL debut in the 2018-19 season with the Lone Star Brahmas. In his third season, the forward joined the Odessa Jackalopes but was acquired by the bulls halfway through the season.
Overall in 147 career NAHL games in three seasons, the 5’11/175 lbs. native of Franklin Lakes, NJ, has recorded 46 points.
“I want to thank my parents and family as well as the entire Bulls organization for everything they have done for me during my time in Amarillo,” Siffinger said.
Siffinger provides playoff experience to the Bulls after the Brahmas playoff run in the 2018-19 season. The forward had five points in his regular-season games with the Bulls.
“I look forward to continuing our playoff run in pursuit of a Robertson Cup,” Siffinger said.