NCAA Commitments

December Commitments: Five NCAA and Eight USports

Posted on January 2, 2023

Maisey Bojarski (★★★★) – Commits to University of Vermont ’24 The excellent skating ability of the Appleton, WI native will be on display for the University of Vermont. She is only one of two ‘24 grads committed in the month of December and the only one committed to an NCAA DI school. The forward from…

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November Commitments: ECAC Conference and U Sports Have a Big Month

Posted on December 2, 2022

This month’s commitment list is a little lighter than October’s was, but it still hits hard! The ECAC Conference came in shooting from all angles as they commit a couple of 4 stars amongst 11 total players across 8 schools. The Canadian U Sports had a big month as well with 9 recruits signing commits…

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59 College Commitments Round Out October

Posted on November 7, 2022

Neutral Zone’s records are showing a busy month of November for NCAA and USport schools as they committed 59 players in 31 days. Many of these players our scouts have evaluated within the last few years and continue to track their progress. Plenty of excellent players will be continuing their careers at the NCAA and…

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September’s College Commits – Headlined by 4.25 Star

Posted on October 3, 2022

Pictured: Olivia Maffeo, USA Hockey Tier 1 Nationals 2022 (F) ‘05 Alexia Aubin commits to Colgate for 2024 The Red Raiders pick up a 4.25 star forward for the 2024 season. The Levis, Quebec native put up some monster number last season for Stanstead College in the Canadian High School Hockey (CAHS) league with 20…

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Borgiel to wear purple in 2022 at Holy Cross

Posted on December 22, 2020

Casey Borgiel (Little Caesars, D, 2022) to Holy Cross The Michigan native has played for the Little Caesar’s since 2017 as a U14 player. On December, 19th, 2020, Borgiel announced her commitment to trade in the orange jersey and put on purple at The College of Holy Cross in 2022. Borgiel has tallied 7 reports…

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UVM picks up Lewis for 2022

Posted on December 11, 2020

Kaylee Lewis (Dallas Stars U19, F, 2022) to University of Vermont Kaylee Lewis is from Mckinney, TX and has played for the Dallas Stars Elite since she was a U14 player. The 5’7” left-shot forward is now a member of the U19 team and announced today, December 11th, 2020, her commitment to the University of…

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Quinnipiac rises to 6th in Recruiting Class Rankings with addition of Kate Helgeson

Posted on December 7, 2020

Kate Helgeson (Roseau HS, F, 2021) to Quinnipiac Quinnipiac will add forward, Kate Helgeson from Roseau, MN. Quinnipiac already had a very strong recruiting class, ranked 8th by Neutral Zone. With the addition of Helgeson, Quinnipiac jumps to the 6th best recruiting class for 2021. Helgeson has 8 reports on and was ranked 12th…

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Clough commits to stay in state at the University of St. Thomas

Posted on November 12, 2020

Madison Clough (Andover HS/Tradition White, D, 2021) to the University of St. Thomas Clough is from Andover, MN where she plays for the Andover High School team as well as Tradition White for the Elite League. Last season with her Andover squad, Clough put up 15 points in 24 games as a true offensive defenseman….

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Sarah Waszkielewicz commits to Lindenwood

Posted on November 10, 2020

Sarah Waszkielewicz (Buffalo Bisons U16, D, 2022) to Lindenwood University. Waszkielewicz is a New York native with great size and presence on the ice. She is 5’11” which gives her great reach and power as a defensemen. Waszkielewicz was later to show up on Neutral Zone’s radar, first scouted at Tier 1 Nationals in 2019…

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Ella Fesette commits to RIT

Posted on November 9, 2020

Ella Fesette (Northwood, F, 2022)  to Rochester Institute of Technology. Fesette competed at the 2018 USA Hockey U15 PDC, this was where Neutral Zone first reported on her impactful play. She is from Plattsburgh, NY and has played for Northwood since 2018. Her work ethic makes her impossible to ignore. She was the 11th ranked…

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