Seacoast College Prep commits 5 players to play Collegiate Hockey for 2016-2017!

26 APR 2016 | BY JANA EOLL

Seacoast College Prep commits 5 players to play Collegiate Hockey for 2016-2017, in their Inaugural Season!

Head Coach Kurt Mallett announced five players who will be lacing up the skates as collegiate hockey players in the Fall, “I have to tell you I could not be any happier for these deserving young men. They worked hard; they never stopped believing in themselves and their teammates; and today, they get to reap the rewards of that hard work, dedication, and persistence. When this happens to you, as a coach, it reminds you why you do what you do.” Mallett continued, “Yes, it is nice to win, and it feels good knowing that we finished 53-10-7 on our first season, but it means a lot more to me, knowing that we built something special here, and we are actually helping kids play college hockey, which we all know is making a kid’s dream come true”.

JOSH BECK – Seacoast College Prep Forward Josh Beck (5’9 175, 1996) Commits to Babson College for the 2016-2017 Season.

DESTINATION – Babson College plays at the NCAA Division 3 Level in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC).

BY THE NUMBERS – Josh appeared in 61 regular season games for the SCP this year scoring a team leading 40 goals and adding 38 assists for 78 points.

SCOUTING REPORT – Josh is a tremendously skilled forward with great quickness. He is tough to play against and has the ability to be an impact player on special teams in both Power play and Penalty Kill situations. He has excellent hockey sense to go along with a solid skill set.

Josh had a several other college offers for next season but decided on Babson College. Playing at Babson was Josh’s first choice and a dream of his for the last 3 years!

PATRICK BARTOLOMUCCI-Seacoast College Prep Forward Patrick Bartolomucci (5’11 185, 1995) Commits to New England College for the 2016-2017 Season.

DESTINATION – New England College plays at the NCAA Division 3 Level in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC).

BY THE NUMBERS – Pat appeared in 55 regular season games for the SCP this year scoring 22 goals and adding 30 assists for 52 points.

SCOUTING REPORT – Pat is a hard noised player who is great on the penalty kill. Pat is a leader both on and off the ice. Pat does so many little things every night that do not show up on a score sheet for his team to be successful.

PATRICK DEBLOIS – Seacoast College Prep Defenseman Patrick Deblois (6’2 200, 1996) Commits to New England College for the 2016-2017 Season.

DESTINATION – New England College plays at the NCAA Division 3 Level in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC).

BY THE NUMBERS – Pat appeared in 70 regular season games for the SCP this year scoring 19 goals and adding 56 assists for 75 points.

SCOUTING REPORT – Pat is a smooth skating puck moving defenseman with good vision. He has an extremely high skill set to match. His hands for a big guy are smooth as silk. Pat plays a complete game and is extremely solid in all 3 zones all over the ice in any situation. Because of his high end skill set and skating he is a threat on the PP. Pat lead the team in assists with 56 whenever he had the puck, he was an offensive threat.

JEROME WITKOWSKI – Seacoast College Prep Forward Jerome Witkowski (5’11 175, 1995) Commits to University of Southern Maine for the 2016-2017 Season.

DESTINATION – The University of Southern Maine plays at the NCAA Division 3 Level in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC).

BY THE NUMBERS – Jerome appeared in 69 regular season games for the SCP this year scoring 28 goals and adding 42 assists for 70 points.

SCOUTING REPORT – Jerome is a smooth skater with amazing speed. Jerome’s speed and quickness make him an offensive threat every time he touches the puck. His compete level and willingness to learn the game is off the charts. Having these character traits is the main reason why he is such a successful hockey player and person.

Jerome also had several other College offers!

PAUL LEGER – Seacoast College Prep Goalie Paul Leger (6’0 190, 1995) Commits to University of Southern Maine for the 2016-2017 Season.

DESTINATION – The University of Southern Maine plays at the NCAA Division 3 Level in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC).

BY THE NUMBERS – Paul appeared in 39 regular season games for the SCP. Paul finished with a 23-8-3 record, a goals against average of 2.14 and a save percentage of 0.933 with 3 shutouts.

SCOUTING REPORT – Paul has an extremely high compete level. Paul’s best attribute is his work ethic and his ability to stay mentally focused. His character and professional approach to get better every day will help Paul succeed at the collegiate level. When Paul is on his game he is extremely tough to beat. He always gives you a chance to win and makes the big saves when your team needs them. Paul grew over the season both as a goaltender and a leader for our team.