Friday, March 20, 2009

Motor City's Misiak commits to Mercyhurst

The Motor City Machine has announced that first-year forward Ryan Misiak has committed to Mercyhurst College for the 2011-12 season.

Misiak, a 17-year-old from Shelby Township, is the tenth player who competed in January's NAHL Top Prospects Tournament (pictured above) to commit to a Division I program following the event.

“We couldn’t be happier for Ryan,” said Machine head coach Sean Clark. “He’s worked hard for this opportunity and we have no doubt he’ll be a great fit for the Mercyhurst program.”

Misiak, who ranks second in team scoring with 12 goals among 32 points after 52 games, is the fourth player from this year’s Machine team to commit to an NCAA program, joining Jon Bobb (Army), Trevor John (Tufts University) and Joe Rogers (University of Notre Dame).

Photo by Robert Meyer/NAHL

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