The New England Wolves are proud to announce the commitments of Nathan Trull and Hunter Kirouac to Anna Maria College for the Fall of 2019.
"The Wolves are extremely proud of the contributions both Nate and Hunter have made to the program in the last several seasons." commented GM Andrew Trimble. " Nate came to us from Division III NH High School hockey, where he starred for Berlin HS, and has developed into the player he is today with our program. Hunter was a huge piece in our locker room, well-liked by every one of his teammates, and consistently put the team first. We are proud of these young mens accomplishments and wish them tremendous success in the next chapter of their careers."
In total Nate and Hunter appeared in over 200 games in a Wolves uniform. Nate scored a memorable goal in the Wolves first-ever playoff victory (4-2 over the Valley JR Warriors on March 8, 2017) and Hunter will be remembered for a critical goal against the defending champion Philadelphia JR Flyers at the Walpole Showcase ( October 13, 2017).
Nate and Hunter will join Wolves Alumni Brendan Boncore and Noah Morning at Anna Maria. Boncore and Morning played with Trull and Kirouac during the 2017-18 Wolves EHL season, and were important pieces to the Amcats inaugural NCAA hockey campaign.
Anna Maria College is a private, coeducational Catholic College founded in 1946 by the Sisters of Saint Anne. The school's original campus was in Marlborough, Massachusetts. In 1952, Anna Maria College moved to its present location on a 192 acres campus in Paxton, Massachusetts. Anna Maria College has an annual enrollment of 1,500 students who study 35 undergraduate or 21 graduate and continuing education programs. Anna Maria mens hockey became an NCAA varsity sport in 2018-19 as a Division III Independent program.