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Morning Commits to Anna Maria College

By Neil Ravin - Director of Communications, 05/05/18, 9:00AM EDT


Wolves Defenseman Set to Join Teammate this Fall

LACONIA, NH -- Noah Morning, a defenseman for the New England Wolves, has committed to Anna Maria College for the Fall of 2018. In his first season in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL), Morning began the year with the Connecticut Oilers. In 21 games on the point, the '97 tallied a goal and an assist to his name, and then moved to the Wolves in mid-November. The native of Berlin, MD put up similar numbers in New Hampshire, all while helping his team lock up a playoff spot in the North Conference.

"When Noah came to Laconia it breathed some new life into his season, and playing for Coach Kunes made a huge impact on his total defensive game," said Wolves head coach and general manager Andrew Trimble. "I am very pleased that Noah found a great school and can be part of establishing the hockey culture at Anna Maria, as they lay the groundwork for success there. We wish Noah, Anna Maria, and Coach McCauley a ton of success!"

Prior to this past season, Morning spent the 2016-17 campaign developing with the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers in the Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP). The Amcats are set to begin their inaugural season at the Division III level this Fall. When their season kicks off, their roster will include Morning and eight other EHL players from the 2017-18 season.

Here is a full list of all the EHL players who've committed to Anna Maria College:

Jon Fowler (Boston Jr. Rangers)
Donnie Shaw (Boston Jr. Rangers)
Nicholas Kukuris (Connecticut RoughRiders)
Brendan Boncore (New England Wolves)
Noah Morning (New England Wolves)
Jake Huss (Total Athletics Seahawks)
Alex Friend (Total Athletics Seahawks)
Josh Malin (Valley Jr. Warriors)
Patrick Manning (Vermont Lumberjacks)

Learn more about the New England Wolves on the team's official website, and check out the full list of 2018 NCAA Commitments.

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