NCAA DI: In his freshman season at Bemidji State, Kyle Looft (Bruins ’16-17) has earned his first points at the NCAA level with a pair of assists in a 7-1 win for the Beavers over Lake Superior State on November 8th. Looft spent the past two seasons with Cedar Rapids of the USHL before moving on to college this season in Bemidji.
Miller scores with 7:44 to go in the 2nd. Assisted by Looft and Zmolek
— Bemidji St. Men’s Hockey (@BSUBeaversMHKY) November 9, 2019
Another freshman at the collegiate level is fromer Bruins captain Lane Krenzen (Bruins ’16-19). After signing his commitment to the Univeristy of Denver, the Twig, MN, native made his collegiate debut earlier this month. The defenseman has now played in two games for Denver, one of the country’s highest ranked programs, most recently coming in 4th in the latest USCHO poll.
USHL: Dylan Davies (Bruins ’18-19) continues his junior career in the USHL with the Omaha Lancers. The RPI-commit has played in 10 games this season with an even plus/miuns. Bigger than his play on the ice perhaps, is his work in the virtual classroom. Davies was selected as the Apex Learing Virtual School Graduate and Player of the Month for November. He will be featured in an upcoming issue of USA Junior Hockey Magazine for his successes both on and off the ice.
Congrats @dylandavies09 featured in this month’s issue of @usajuniorhockey!
Dylan graduated from our full-time online high school while playing with @theaustinbruins. After this season with the @OmahaLancers he will advance to play DI hockey at @rpi. #NAHL #USPHL #NCAA pic.twitter.com/DW5NTdT6TI
— Apex Learning Virtual School (@Apex_LearningVS) November 20, 2019