Great Falls forward Congdon makes NCAA commitment
The North American 3 Hockey League’s (NA3HL) Great Falls Americans are proud to announce that forward Tanner Congdon has committed to play hockey and continue his education at the NCAA Division III level this fall.
Congdon, who turned 20 in March, completed his second and final season with the Great Falls Americans Junior A hockey team. The 5’9/165 lbs. native of Anchorage, Alaska plans on attending Bryn Athyn College in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania and playing for the Lions of head coach Andrew Burke. The private Christian liberal arts school, located 20 miles northeast of Philadelphia, entering their 1st season as an NCAA Division 3 program.
Congdon played two seasons in the NA3HL with the Americans accumulating 41 goals and dishing out 41 assists in 47 regular season games for head coach Jeff Heimel’s squad during the 2016-17 season. He also saw action in five playoff appearances finishing with 10 points (6 goals and 4 assists). Great Falls finished the season with a 41-5-3-3 record with 20 wins coming on home ice at the Great Falls Ice Plex. He finished ninth in the league in total points scored this past season. The Alaska native racked up four hat tricks this season including a four-goal performance against the Billings Bulls in November.