Pair of Glacier players make college plans
May 8, 2015
Glacier Nationals assistant captain Karson Frisk.
The Glacier Nationals of the NA3HL are proud to announce the commitment of two players to play college hockey.
Assistant Captain Karson Frisk, 20, who is a two-year veteran and Assistant Captain of the Nationals program and former National Bill Boberg. Both players will be attending Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. The Pride play in the ACHA as a member of the CHMA conference.
Frisk, a 6' 3" 190lbs forward from Anchorage Alaska, had an impressive rookie season with the Nationals in 2013-14 scoring 20 points in 46 games and working his way into important positions such as the penalty kill. In 2014-15 he improved his stats with 25 points in just 39 games as well as a 14-point improvement to his plus-minus being a critical player in the Nationals success last season. He was named Assistant Captain of the team by the players at the beginning of the year and was a great role model for the younger players.
Boberg, a 6' 200lbs defenseman from Littleton, Colorado played for the Nationals in the 2012-2013 AWHL season. He was a big factor in the Nationals winning the 2012-13 AWHL Community Service Award. He went on to be both the Assistant Captain and Captain of the Florida Eels junior program.
The Nationals would like to congratulate and wish best of luck to both players on their future hockey and academic endeavors. We are sure they will be a positive force for the Slippery Rock Pride.