Toledo forward Duncan makes college commitment
August 20, 2015
The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the NA3HL have announced that veteran forward Brody Duncan has committed to play college hockey at Saginaw Valley State University.
The 20 year old spent three seasons with the Cherokee where he suited up in 122 games scoring 24 goals and adding 51 assists for a total of 75 points.
“Brody is a guy I’ve known his whole life and I am very excited for him and his family, this is a great chance for him to get a good education and also allows him to continue playing hockey at the collegiate level," said head coach Kenny Miller.
The Toledo Ohio, native spent most of his life playing hockey in the Toledo Cherokee youth hockey organization before joining the Junior team three seasons ago.
Saginaw Valley State University competes in the MCHC hockey league.