Sheridan goaltender Wong-Ramos makes NCAA commitment
The Sheridan Hawks of the NA3HL are pleased to announce that goaltender Cristian Wong-Ramos has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey for Trine University.
Wong-Ramos, 20, joined the Hawks after starting the 2020-21 season with the New Mexico Wolves in the NAHL. The 6’0/185 lbs. native of Alameda, CA, played in four NAHL regular season games for New Mexico the first half of the season.
He then joined the Texas RoadRunners for six games during the second half of the season before being traded to Sheridan after six games with the RoadRunners.
For the remainder of the 2020-21 regular season, Wong-Ramos went 10-0-0 with one shutout win, and had an impressive .938 save percentage for the Hawks. During the post season in the Fraser Cup Playoffs, Wong-Ramos played 8 games going 5-1-0-1 and had a .934 save percentage.
After playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 18U team for two seasons, Wong-Ramos made his junior hockey debut during the 2019-20 season in the NAHL with the Janesville Jets, appearing in four games.
Wong-Ramos is the eighth Sheridan Hawks player from 2020-21 season roster to commit to play college hockey, joining teammates Zach Brydges, Justin Schwartzmiller and Nick Wieben (Concordia University, NCAA Division III), Jonathon Teasdale (Buffalo State-SUNY, NCAA Division III), Peyton Kesselhon (Waldorf University, ACHA Division I) and Jacob Cummings and Blake Billings (Grand Canyon University, ACHA Division I).