Ryan Dunn, the captain of the New England Wolves, has committed to SUNY Fredonia for the Fall of 2016. Dunn is the 5th commit of now 6 total EHL players set to join the Blue Devils next season.
Fredonia State has become one of the most popular schools for EHL players to commit to as 10 players on their current roster are alums of the league, as well as their assistant coach Michael Lysyj.
Dunn has played in 31 of 35 games for the Wolves this season, and has scored 9 goals and dished out 8 assists.
“I am extremely excited to achieve my goal of playing college hockey in a great program like Fredonia,” Dunn says. “I was so impressed with the school and staff during my visit and can’t wait to get there. I would like to thank my parents Carla and Steve along with my sister and brothers for all their support during the journey to this opportunity. I would also like to thank all of my former coaches and staff. I want to take time to especially thank Coach Jacobs, Coach Fontas, Coach Gallant and the whole Wolves organization for the past 2 years helping me improve as a player and person. I can’t thank everyone enough for helping me.”
Read the complete story on the official website of the New England Wolves, and check out the full list of the college commitments so far this season.