RB Hockey Network RB Hockey Camps Goalie Development Walpole Express Hockey Mite Development Leprechauns Hockey Shamrock Tournaments Militia Cup CCM College Camp Rodman Arena RB Foundation

News » Junior

Facebook    Twitter    Instagram
EHL: Express Come Up Short Vs Avalanche, Bounce Back Vs Seahawks
EWHC: Express Split With Wizards, Cyclones
EWHC: Captain McNeeley Commits to Holy Cross
EHLP: Premier Team Chugs On, Take Three in a Row
EHL: Express Take Four in Five days
EWHC: Express Split with First Place OHA Tardiff
U18FS: Express Take Down Breaker
EHL: Special Teams lead to Split on Road
EWHC: Express Participate in First Annual Buffalo Inferno Tournament
EHL: Express Sweep to Top of Division
EHLP: Premier Take Down Wolves
U18FS: Express Go Up Against Best in the East
EWHC: Barletta, Connor Big Help Up Front
EWHC: Express Participate in First EWHC Showcase
EHLP: Meredith leads Express over Warriors
EHL: Peters, Campbell and Lounsbury To Represent the Express in EHL All-Star Game
EHL: Ryan Campbell Named EHL Defenseman of the Week
EHL: Express Sweep Showcase Weekend
EHLP: Premier See The Positives Despite 3 Game Skid

Posted: March 10th, 2017

NEWJHL: Goaltender Gretchen Howard Commits to Salve Regina

Gretchen HowardWalpole, MA  - Goaltender Gretchen Howard of Winthrop, MA, has committed to Salve Regina University in Newport, RI for the 2017-2018 season. The NCAA Division III Seahawks play in the New England Hockey Conference.

"Gretchen was phenomenal during the 2016-2017 season. She is a natural competitor; she is going to excel with the Seahawks. Not only is she a great goaltender, she’s a great kid too. She is the type of kid who brings so much positive energy on and off the ice," said owner Rob Barletta.

Gretchen has enrolled into the Nursing Program at Salve. "I am so excited to be attending Salve Regina in the fall where I get to pursue the major I have always wanted to do and get to play the sport that I love at the same time. I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this possible”, said Howard.

The Express organization wishes Gretchen the best in her next great adventure. “We are very happy for you Gretchen!”