Florida Eels are proud to announce their 4th College Commitment with Nolan Greene
Committing to Framingham State University.
Eels Elite team goaltender Nolan Greene
makes NCAA commitment to play at
Framingham State University
for 2017-18 academic year.
Greene was one of the top goalies for the past 3 seasons in the USPHL. The
league coaches have voted him as a league all star three straight seasons. He
has been selected numerous times by the league as player of the week; over the
past 3 seasons Greene’s save percentages and GAA have been outstanding. He backstopped
the Eels Empire, USP3 and Elite teams to winning seasons, winning Florida
Division titles and advancing to league playoffs in each of his seasons including
league finalist last season in the championship series.
a number of strong NCAA Division III college coaches recruit him throughout the
season. However, there was no question Framingham State was his first choice. Greene
is a Quincy Massachusetts native. He and his family are looking forward to
having him play in front of his family after being away for 3 years.
looks forward to playing for Head Coach Guy Angers
and his Assistant Coach Mike Bailey. They are building
this team to emerge as a contender in the tough and highly competitive NCAA
Division III MASCAC conference. It includes solid programs such as Plymouth
State, Salem State, and UMass Dartmouth amongst others. Nolan wants to be part of
Coach Angers’ Framingham State University Owls rebuilding program. Nolan is a very confident young man. He knows
about training hard as he is accustomed to training 4 hours a day. He is a very
determined athlete with an untiring work ethic. Nolan’s dedication will propel him to work
equally hard all summer to make himself ready for the upcoming year.
following is Premier Head Coach, Frankie Scarpaci’s scouting report: “Greene is a hybrid goaltender.
He is large and mobile, Has tremendous anticipation skills.
His speed and ability to read the game are his two biggest assets.
His ability to read the game allows him to shutdown odd man rushes and penalty
situations. His positioning plays allow him to track pucks to his body making
it easier to control rebounds. His
compete level is very high which allows him to steal games for his team. He has
great vision to see and track the puck. He communicates very well with his
defenseman. Great leadership on and off
the ice. Greene’s consistently been one of the top netminders in the USPHL over
the last several years.”
General Manager Frank Scarpaci says, "
Nolan is a top notch player and an even better person. He is a top character
young man. He comes from a phenomenally supportive
and loving family. They have made enormous sacrifices to help him realize his
know he will do well at FSU. Nolan is very focused and mentally driven to
succeed at anything he chooses. He is not only a solid goaltender but also an
extremely bright young man with a tremendous future in whatever career path he
chooses.” We are very proud of Nolan and
wish him the best at Framingham State University.
* Disclaimer: This site may contain advice, opinions and statements from various authors and information providers. Views expressed in this article reflect the personal opinion of the author, and not necessarily the views of JuniorHockey.com. JuniorHockey.com does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement or other info provided in the article, or from any other member of this site.