Jr. Coyotes product, Phoenix native Hein decides on NCAA D-III Cortland for next hockey destination
The NA3HL’s Texas Roadrunners have announced that goaltender Hunter Hein has committed to NCAA Division III SUNY Cortland and will continue his education and hockey career this fall for the Red Dragons.
Hein, a 20-year-old from Phoenix who was also tendered this season by the NAHL’s Oklahoma Warriors, is a two-time NA3HL Top Prospects goaltender and league all–star.
“We are excited to add Hunter to the SUNY Cortland hockey program,” said Red Dragons head coach Joe Cadarelli. “While Hunter’s size, skill and ability puts him in a position to complete for playing time, I am as impressed with his character and know he will provide a positive impact to the team’s culture.”
He carries a 4.4 GPA to go along with his 1.94 GAA and .937 save percentage and led the Roadrunners to their first regular-season division championship in 2023.
Hein played his youth hockey for the Jr. Coyotes before joining the Roadrunners for the 2020-21 season He also saw one game with the NAHL’s Odessa Jackalopes in the during the 2022-23 season.
(July 4, 2023)