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Parshall Commits to Kings College

05/02/2024, 1:15pm EDT
By D. Dunn

Wesley Chapel, FL -  The Tampa Bay Juniors are proud to announce that Grant Parshall has committed to play college hockey next season for NCAA D3 Kings College.

Grant from Wheeling, WV was a Captain this year for TBJ and led the team in assist with 33 and led the team in points with 44 tying teammate Livio Azevedo.

“Grant did an unbelievable job as Captain this season, “said Head Coach Garrett Strot.  “He not only pulled the Premier team together but also the Elite team.  I have never had a season where both teams were so close.  Kings is getting a quality person and a quality player!”

Grant had this to say about the program.  “The development at TBJ is second to none. Not only did I improve in the physical side of the game, but the way I think about the game has also changed. We put a lot of time into the mental side of hockey, and I feel that has made the most difference in my hockey ability. I’m a faster hockey player now than I was before the season. This is rare because normally I slow down before the end of the year, but our sprint work and training made us faster hockey players. The team was very close as well. I have never been with a tighter group of hockey players, and I feel it showed on the ice. It’s a year I’ll never forget, filled with memories of lifelong friends.”

Kings also has former TBJ player Aaron Frenkel.  “King's College was everything I was looking for when picking a school to spend my next 4 years.”  Commented Parshall.  “The community at King's is tight-knit and has a strong emphasis on athletics. I feel this will lend itself to a focus on academics and athletics that will prepare me for life beyond college. As for Tom Seravalli and the coaching staff at King's, I couldn’t ask for a better group of people to further develop me and get me ready for hockey after college. The coaches and players have a common goal of winning a national championship, which is a strong goal of mine as well. They made me feel at home all the way through the recruiting process, and I couldn’t be more excited to get to campus in the fall.”

The Tampa Bay Juniors wish Grant the best of luck as he continues his hockey career!

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