Jake Witkowski commits to BU

It’s never too late to add another recruit to the 2017-18 Boston University men’s hockey roster, which already has players such as Shane Bowers and Ty Amonte. This afternoon Jake Witkowski tweeted his commitment to Boston University and is eligible to play this coming season as per Elite Prospects.

The forward played four seasons at Malden Catholic High before playing one year at Avon Old Farms School where he tallied 40 points (13g, 27a) in 27 games. Rising sophomore Patrick Harper, one of the leading goal-scorers during the 2016-17 season, was also a product of Avon Old Farms.

Witkowski most recently played one season for the Alberni Valley Bulldogs in the BCHL. The 20-year-old played 58 games and amassed 40 points, however, found the back of the net 23 times.

The Melrose, Mass. native looks to be a nice addition to the Terriers and will add more depth to the strong offense in the upcoming season.

 

3 thoughts on “Jake Witkowski commits to BU

  1. We needed another player with his background. Thanx for the quick update, Nikki. You have hit the ground running.

  2. Does anyone remember what happened to Max Letunov two years ago? Looks like the same thing is happening to Tolvanen at BC.

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