AUSTIN, MN – Bruins Forward, Alex Trombley has announced his commitment to continue his education and to play NCAA Division III hockey at Aurora University, the Bruins announced on Friday.
“I am happy to continue my athletic career and begin my academic career at Aurora University,” Trombley said. “Thank you to my family for supporting and helping me reach this point.”
Trombley, a native of Howell, Michigan, appeared in 100 Career NAHL games and played 73 of those while wearing a Bruins sweater. For his NAHL career, Trombley had a stat line of 18G-26A-44p and was an impact player on the ice. Trombley also appeared in 12 games while playing in the USHL.
“We really enjoyed coaching Alex the last two seasons,” stated Head Coach Steve Howard. “He has grown into a solid 200-foot player that we relied on heavily down the stretch. I know he is going to do great things at Aurora and Coach Bloomingburg is getting a great hockey player and an even better person!”
Aurora University is a private university located in Aurora, Illinois. Aurora competes at the NCAA Division III level and is a member of the NCHA (Northern Collegiate Hockey Association) and plays out of the Fox Valley Ice Arena.