The New Hampshire Junior Monarchs are pleased to announce that 1998 forward, Connor Amsley of Carlisle, PA has committed to Endicott College to continue his hockey, lacrosse and academic career. Connor says he chose Endicott because of the great hockey environment that has been built by everyone on campus. “A school like Endicott will help me further my education and advance my knowledge in pursuit of a finance degree” Amsley said.
Amsley has 11 points in 17 games played since joining the NCDC team in December. Coach Frew says, “Amsley is a big, strong, 200ft player who likes to play a down-hill style. His work ethic and off-ice commitment are exceptional.” Amsley says, “junior hockey has taught me a lot about life and has tested me in many ways, but I would not have had it any other way due to the friendships and learning experiences that have come along the way.” He continued, “I am thankful and lucky to have Coach Frew and Tony to help guide me in the right direction while making the games and practices a lot of fun. I am very thankful for all their help.”
The organization wishes Connor and his family the best of luck as he transitions into college. We look forward to following the now 3 Monarchs players who have chosen Endicott to continue their academic and hockey careers.