Wolves Forward Jake Drucker, has officially committed to attend New York University for the Fall of 2018. Drucker, the 1998 birth year player from Long Island, spent the 2017-18 season with both the Wolves EHL & EHLP teams.
New York University is a private nonprofit research university based in New York City. Founded in 1831, NYU's main campus is centered in Manhattan, located with its core in Greenwich Village, and campuses based throughout New York City. With only a 32% acceptance rate, NYU, is one of the most difficult schools in the country to attend, and it's Law School (according to US News & World Report) is ranked #6 in the US.
"I am immensely excited for this opportunity to join a National Championship program, and the chance to compete at the ESCHL Division 1 level. Above all, the rich history of the educational prestige that NYU has to offer is a dream come true, being that school is the most important aspect for me, as a student-athlete." Drucker said. " Thank you to the NE Wolves for giving me the platform to work hard and further my development, and an even bigger thank you to all of my teammates for going to battle with and against me every single day."
Drucker was awarded by the EHLP "Student- Athlete of the Year" in 2017-18.
"NYU and Coach Cosentino are getting one heck of a person to add to their campus life. The Wolves wish Jake and his family the absolute best as they embark on this next chapter!" Trimble commented.
"Grateful for my time as a Wolf- Out of my 7 junior programs, your was my favorite." Drucker said.
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