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Pro Hockey Girls Alumni

The following Pro Hockey Girls Graduates have committed to NCAA/USport schools...

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Lauren Carter
 

Lauren has committed to the University of New Brunswick Women's 2021 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Pro Hockey gave me the opportunity to develop my skills through their spring and summer programs. It provided exposure to universities, and enabled me to showcase my skills on an international platform. I was also able to meet many new friends from around the world.
 
A highlight was visiting the beautiful countries of Sweden and Finland in 2016, and coming home with new experiences, many new friends, and a silver medal. In 2017, I also had the opportunity to play for Pro Hockey in Italy which will provide me with lifelong memories."

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Megan Carter


Megan, a freshman with Northeastern was selected to the 2020 Hockey East All-Rookie Team.

"I started playing hockey when I was 6 years old and have played AA girls hockey in addition to playing on Team Ontario, Team Canada, and now at Northeastern University in Boston in the NCAA on a Division 1 scholarship. Pro Hockey gave me the opportunity to travel and gain exposure at a young age to help me gain these opportunities. I am looking forward to returning to the Pro Hockey program and coaching girls teams.

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Jade Maisonneuve
 

Jade has committed to Robert Morris University Women's 2021 NCAA D1 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Pro Hockey gave me the opportunity to be coached by some amazing people who thought me how to become the best player I could be. It also gave me the chance to play amongst the best players from all around the world.

My top highlights from my experiences with Pro Hockey are without a doubt the friendships I made as well as having the chance to travel around the world to play the game I love."

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Nina Jobst-Smith


Nina has committed to the University of Minnesota Duluth Women's 2020 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Pro Hockey provided me with a great platform to train over the summer while playing with and against some of the top European and North American talent.

 Besides the fun of touring some amazing European cities, the highlight of my time with Pro Hockey was being awarded as the
2019 WSI Euro Tour Most Valuable Player."


Chloe Paventi


Chloe has committed to the 2022 Queen's University Women's Varsity Hockey Program.

"Playing with Pro Hockey helped me build confidence. They put together teams of high calibre players along with an excellent coaching staff to draw out the best in everyone. Overall, the unique experiences with Pro Hockey helped me become not only a better player but also a better teammate.

Winning the Gold Medal game against Germany at the 2019 World Selects Invitational tournament in Stockholm was the highlight of my experience with Pro Hockey."

 

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Emma Giordano


Emma has committed to the University of New Brunswick Women's 2020 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Potential coaches look for players who are good teammates. We had a short amount of time to come together and work hard to compete against tough, international competition. Pro Hockey helped me to develop my winning mentality and leadership skills. 

 The highlight of both summer experiences with Pro Hockey was the opportunity to travel and see beautiful cities such as Prague, Helsinki and Stockholm. I have also made friendships that will last a lifetime."

 

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Sophie Matsoukas


Sophie has committed to the Union College, Women's 2021 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Pro Hockey gave me the opportunity to play with different players and experience different coaching styles.  Pro Hockey helped to improve my mental game while continuing to develop my skills for future higher level competition. It certainly enriched my development towards securing a scholarship. 

The Pro Hockey 2017 Euro Tour in Italy was an experience of a lifetime that I didn't think I would have been to achieve.  I met many great players from across the world."

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Georgia Sambrano

 

Georgia has committed to the Colgate University Women's 2023 NCAA D1 Varsity Hockey Program.

“Playing with Pro Hockey gave me an opportunity to play for some amazing coaches who believed in me and learning from other skilled players helped my development.  I also got to meet people from all over the world which created so many new friends and connections and helped people get to see me play.

 Celebrating the victory against Sweden in the Bronze medal game was the hi-light of my trip. We all came together working as a team to make a victorious comeback is a memory I‘ll never forget”.

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Cristina Cavaliere


Cristina has committed to the Providence College, Women's 2022 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Pro Hockey has given me the opportunity to experience international hockey providing me the opportunity to compete at a whole other level.

Hard to pick just 1... so many great memories and experiences... traveling the world, experiencing new things, meeting new people, making new friends..."

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Alissa General

 

 

Alissa has committed to the University of Western Women's 2020 Varsity Hockey Program.

“Participating in World Selects Invitational Tournament in Sweden, August 2019 was a real highlight".

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Mae Olshansky

 


Mae has committed to the SUNY Plattsburgh, Women's 2020 Varsity Hockey Program.

"Pro Hockey has given me the opportunity to play with and against the best talent in competitive, highly scouted tournaments. I also have made lifelong friends.

The greatest highlight was winning Silver in Stockholm and being named the Top Forward in the Tournament."

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