Jersey Hitmen Premier: Darius Radziszewski Makes NCAA Commitment
Wayne NJ – The New Jersey Hitmen are proud to announce defenseman and team captain Darius Radziszewski has committed to Morrisville Mustangs for the fall of 2018.
Darius came to the Hitmen two years ago and developed his game in to one of the premier defenders in the league. Darius’s energy in the dressing room and his leadership on and off the ice was a reason for the Hitmen’s success this past season.
Darius on his experience with the Hitmen, “The Jersey Hitmen organization has benn a great place to call home for the past two seasons. Coach Dan Henningson and Brandon Stroud have given me every tool necessary for me to develop and form my own identity as a player. I owe very much to the staff at the Hitmen, who not only gave me the opportunity to better myself as a player and a person, but also helped me to rediscover my love and appreciation for thegame.”
Head Coach Dan Henningson “I am very happy for Darius and his family. Darius put a lot of work into his game since joining the Hitmen. Darius is a coach’s dream because of his coachability, work ethic and his commitment to winning. Morrisville is getting an outstanding individual that will be an asset to their program and the Morrisville community”
Morrisville is led by head coach Kevin Krogol and competes against Brockport, Buffalo St., Cortland, Fredonia, Geneseo, Oswego, Plattsburgh and Potsdam in the SUNYAC conference.
JERSEY HITMEN PREMIER: CHARLES STEWART MAKES NCAA COMMITMENT
Wayne, NJ – The Jersey Hitmen are proud to announce that Charles Stewart has committed to the Lawrence Vikings of Lawrence University in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association. Charles ’98 from Littletown, Colorado came to the Hitmen a few weeks into the season and has been nothing but outstanding for the Hitmen. Charles was tied on the Hitmen for most points with 15 goals and 20 assists for a total of 35 points. Along with the skill sets he possesses on the ice, Charles also brings positive energy to the rink each and every day.
Charles Stewart on his experiences with the Hitmen, “I have had a great experience in my year with the Jersey Hitmen. My coaches Dan Henningson and Brandon Stroud have made me a better player and provided me with opportunities to play at the collegiate level. The professionalism and culture within the organization creates a great atmosphere that helps players succeed.”
Head coach Dan Henningson on Charles’ commitment, “I am extremely happy for Charles and his family. Charles’ work ethic and passion for the game sets him apart from the rest. Charles is a kid that comes to the rink with a positive energy which has been infectious to our team. Lawrence is not only getting a great player but will most importantly represent the University and community with class and dignity.”
Lawrence University is located in Appleton, Wisconsin and are lead by head coach Mike Szkodzinski. The Vikings compete against Adrian, St. Norbert, Lake Forest, St. Scholastica, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Northland, Aurora, Trine and Finlandia in the NCHA.