Binghamton forward Landrigan makes NCAA commitment
April 24, 2017
The Binghamton Junior Senators of the NA3HL are pleased to announce that forward Conor Landrigan has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey at Utica College.
Landrigan, 21, is coming off his final season of junior hockey, which was his best season statistically. The native of New Tripoli, Pennsylvania, recorded 122 points in just 45 regular season games this past season and led the Junior Sens to the Silver Cup Championship Tournament.
Landrigan (6’0/185) was also selected to and played in the 2017 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament where he had three points in three games.
During the playoffs, he had 19 points in just 8 games played.
Landrigan was selected as the Northeast Division Most Valuable Player and Forward of the Year for his efforts. He was also named to the All-NA3HL 2nd Team.
Last season, Landrigan had 45 points in 23 games for the same organization when they were the Wilkes-Barre Miners in the NA3EHL.
He is the third Binghamton player from this past season to make a NCAA commitment