College golf has some of the greatest college to professional stories in all of sports. All you need to do is say the name Jack Eichel and that is where you will find one of college hockey’s greatest exports.

Do you have what it takes to play hockey at the highest level? Playing in front of hundreds (sometimes thousands) of passionate supporters, living with a community of students, all while completing a university degree? Playing in the U.S. collegiate system is where you need to be!

Being a college hockey athlete means playing at the standards of a professional – everyday you’re either training or in the gym (often days both), traveling cross-state for games, attending pre-season camps, all while keeping on top of your academic game.

You’ll have access to the best facilities, coaches, athletic trainers, physios, doctors, equipment and team mates. Playing collegiate hockey gives you that edge on everyone else that trying to play at the highest level. Hockey players in the college system have the opportunity to get the professional coaching and practice that costs the average player thousands upon thousands of Dollars.

You’ll also have access to a network of international students and excellent academic facilities, professors, tutors and international advisors there to provide you with the utmost support, helping you succeed.

Hockey scholarships are not always for the athlete that wants to go pro or play at a higher level. If gaining a degree to carry on your life long career passion is what you want, why not do this through the sport that you love while gaining an experience second to none.