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Pugh Commits to Lebanon Valley College

By Neil Ravin - Director of PR & Social Media, 03/29/17, 8:00AM EDT


Wolfpack Forward Joining Pair of Teammates this Fall

CROMWELL, CT -- Skyler Pugh, a forward for the Hartford Jr. Wolfpack, has committed to Lebanon Valley College (LVC) for the Fall of 2017. In his 1st season with the Wolfpack, the '97 forward tallied 25 points in 46 total games.

"Skyler had a slow start to the season, and boy did he ever turn it on," said Wolfpack head coach Chris Cerrella. "He is an exciting player to watch and I think as he continues to grow he is going to make some great things happen over his four-year college career. I am very happy for him and wish him and his family the best of luck."

Pugh is commit #16 for the Wolfpack this season, and the third player from the team to choose LVC. The native of Pennsylvania is excited to be joined by both Felix Takacsi-Nagy and Bobby Wurster this Fall.

"I would like to thank Coach Cerrella and the Wolfpack Organization for giving me the opportunity to fulfill my dream of playing college hockey," said Pugh. "I would also like to thank my family for being there to support me all these years. I am excited about attending Lebanon Valley College in the Fall. The campus is really nice and is in a beautiful little town. Best of all, Lebanon Valley College is perfect for the career I want to pursue. I am looking forward to beginning a new chapter in both my academic and hockey careers. Go Dutchmen!"

Read the full commitment story on the official website of the Hartford Jr. Wolfpack, and check out the full list of 2017 NCAA Commitments.