Ironbound Elite’s mission is to move girls into college hockey. Our success is based on moving girls on to the schools of their choice. Whether it’s NCAA D1, D3 or ACHA D1 our goal is to help each player reach their individual athletic goals.
Ironbound Elite is proud to announce that Millie Sirum has committed to play NCAA hockey for the College of the Holy Cross . Holy Cross sponsors 27 varsity sports each of which competes at the NCAA Divison 1 level. Holy Cross is located in Worcester, MA and the Crusaders are members of the Women’s Hockey East Association.
Ironbound Hockey Director Sam Cheema stated, “Millie exemplifies what it means to be a hockey player. She is a leader on and off the ice with her relentless desire to better her team. We are proud of her accomplishments and looking forward to watching her development at the NCAA D1 level”.
Way to go Millie!!
Ironbound Elite is proud to announce that Annabel Ziskin has committed to play NCAA hockey for William Smith Hobart College. William Smith Hobart is located in Geneva, New York, and will be joining the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) in the 2021-2022 season. The NEHC is one of the premier women’s ice hockey conferences in Division III.
Hockey Director Sam Cheema stated, “We are all so excited for Annabel and her decision to join the Herons next season. Annabel is a defenseman from Long Island with good size and isn’t afraid to jump in the rush.” From the moment Annabel stepped on campus at William Smith Hobart she knew it would be the place she could further her academics and hockey pursuits. Her positive interactions with Coach Totten & Coach Gallagher, in addition to the warm welcome from the players, made Annabel’s decision final.”
Ironbound Elite is pleased to announce that Samantha Deiches has committed to play NCAA hockey for Anna Maria College. Anna Maria College is a four-year, private, co-ed, Catholic institution accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The College is located in the heart of New England on a 190-acre campus in Paxton, Mass., minutes from the vibrant college town of Worcester, Mass. Anna Maria’s program began it’s Division III program in the 2018-2019 season as an independent. Sam chose Anna Maria because the school was small and friendly making her feel right at home. “Coach Cox has years of experience, and he is building a new girls hockey program that I will get to be a part of and be a contributing player right from the start.”
We are excited for Samantha to pursue her passion in digital photography at Anna Maria and we wish Sam all the best for the 2020-2021 season as an Amcat!