North Iowa forward Gravelle makes NCAA commitment
March 29, 2016
The North Iowa Bulls, proud members of the NA3HL, are happy to announce that forward Brett Gravelle has made an NCAA commitment. Gravelle will be playing his NCAA Division III hockey at the University of St. Thomas (MIAC).
After a season full of opportunities, Gravelle has finally decided that St. Thomas is where he wanted to be. "Brett was easily the most recruited player in our time here in North Iowa. At times, he had multiple schools talking to him per day. I am sure the relief of making his decision will allow him to focus on playing more relaxed and enjoy the game at the best time of the year,” said Bulls head coach Todd Sanden.
Gravelle, who hails from Forest Lake, MN led the NA3HL in points with 99 and set an all-time NA3HL record for goals during the regular season with 57.
Gravelle (6’0/180) also was selected to and played in the 2016 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament for the Central Division team, where he had three points in three game.
In his career in North Iowa Gravelle registered 90 goals and 95 assists for 185 total points.
"Brett is one of the most dynamic goal scorers we have had for the Bulls. He can beat you from anywhere,” continued Sanden.
The North Iowa Bulls wish Brett continued success in his hockey development and academic experience at the University of St. Thomas. He is the 6th Bulls player this season who has made an NCAA commitment.