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Dylan Woolf committed to St. Lawrence University, he announced on Wednesday.
“St. Lawrence just felt like the right fit,” Woolf said. “Coach Carvel has a great coaching background and has the program going in the right direction.”
Woolf has 12 points and 241 PIMS through 86 USHL games. In his second season with the Stars, the 6’1” 204 pound defenseman has recorded 8 points in 42 games.
The Victoria, Minnesota native becomes the 20th NCAA commit on the Stars roster. He’ll join teammates Henry Bowlby and Sam Kauppila at St. Lawrence. Woolf previously played for Holy Family Catholic (USHS) prior to being selected by the Lincoln Stars in the 2014 USHL Phase II Draft in the 2nd round, 23rd overall.
USHL PLAYERS CURRENTLY COMMITTED TO ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY:
Bailey Conger (Bloomington Thunder), Jake McLaughlin (Fargo Force), Jake Slaker (Bloomington Thunder), Carson Gicewicz (Lincoln Stars), Garrett Cecere (Sioux Falls Stampede), Henry Bowlby (Lincoln Stars), William Harrison (Des Moines Buccaneers), Ryan Wischow (Fargo Force), Jake Nielsen (Chicago Steel) and Sam Kauppila (Lincoln Stars).
USHL ALUMNI ON 2015-16 ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY ROSTER:
Alex Dahl (Youngstown Phantoms), Gavin Bayreuther (Fargo Force), Kyle Hayton (Sioux City Muskteers), Christian Horn (Sioux Falls Stampede), Woody Hudson (Chicago Steel), Ryan Lough (Green Bay Gamblers), Michael Marnell (Des Moines Buccaneers), Jacob Pritchard (Indiana Ice), Matt Purmal (Green Bay Gamblers), Drew Smolcynski (Chicago Steel), Joe Sullivan (Indiana Ice), Eric Sweetman (Youngstown Phantoms), Brian Ward (Tri-City Storm), Arthur Brey (Sioux Falls Stampede) and R.J. Gicewicz (Green Bay Gamblers).
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 14th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2015-16. A record 37 players were chosen in the 2015 NHL Draft and more than 375 players on team rosters last season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.
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