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Titans U19 TI Girls win President’s Day Tournament

Titans U19 TI Girls win President’s Day Tournament

By Titans Marketing 02/16/2021, 10:30am EST

The Titans U19 Tier I girls team won the President’s Day Weekend tournament organized by PTL and Black Bear at Proskate and IceLand. The team went 4-0 on the weekend with seven different goal scorers and goaltender Jillian Wexler had two shutouts. 

The New Jersey Titans Youth Hockey Program is pleased to announce that girls U19 goaltender Devon Cole has committed to play NCAA Division III Ice Hockey for the St. Olaf College Oles, who play in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC). Her commitment is to begin in the fall of 2021.

"I’m so excited to be playing NCAA hockey next year at St. Olaf” stated Cole. “This season has been a huge part of my recruiting process and I have loved being a part of the Titans family. Big thanks to my amazing coaches and teammates, and I hope we can all get back on the ice together soon” concluded Cole.

"I am extremely excited for Devon to be attending St. Olaf College next fall” said U19 coach Amanda Drobot. “Devon is a tremendous competitor, and I am looking forward to her success both on and off the ice next year” conclude Drobot.

St. Olaf is in Northfield, MN. The Oles are coached by Tracy Johnson.

The New Jersey Titans Youth Hockey Program is pleased to announce that girls U19 forward Cheyenne Wilk has committed to play NCAA Division III Ice Hockey for the Lebanon Valley College Dutchmen, who play in the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC). Her commitment is to begin in the fall of 2021.

Wilk resides from Burlington Twp., New Jersey.

"The New Jersey Titans organization presented great opportunities for myself when I joined the U16 Tier 1 team in 2019” stated Wilk. “It’s work ethic and commitment to players pushed me to who I’ve become today as a women’s ice hockey player.  I have decided to attend Lebanon Valley College because it felt like a second home to me. LVC benefits myself in not only my hockey career, but my academic career as well. I am ecstatic to move onto the next chapter of my life starting at LVC” concluded Wilk.

"I am extremely proud of Cheyenne and her commitment to LVC” said U19 coach Amanda Drobot. “Cheyenne is a hard worker who has dedicated her time and effort to becoming the best player she can be. I am extremely excited to see her move on to LVC next season. Her whole Titan's family will be watching" concluded Drobot.

Lebanon Valley College is in Annville, PA. The Dutchmen are coached by Matt Yingst.