Richmond Generals forward Zach Boulet commits to Castleton State University. The Spartans play at the NCAA Division III level of play in the NEHC Conference.
Zach has played for the Generals' USPHL Elite and Premier teams in his two seasons with the Generals. Zach has appeared in 48 regular games scoring 24 goals and adding 20 assists for 44 points with 35 PIM. Zach also has appeared in 12 playoff games, scoring 6 goals and adding 5 assists for 11 points with 6 PIM. Boulet was also a key piece in helping the Richmond Generals USPHL Elite team win the National Championship during the 2019 season.
Boulet on playing for the Generals: "The Richmond Generals organization has helped me develop into the player and person I am today both on and off the ice. The coaching staff was instrumental in helping my development while I played in Richmond and I cannot thank them enough for all they done for me in my time as a Generals player. The Generals program has prepared me physically, mentally, and emotionally to play at the NCAA College hockey level."
Zach becomes the 255th Richmond Generals player to advance to college hockey. Zach becomes the 22nd Richmond Generals player this year to commit to a college hockey program. He joins current and former Generals players, Tyler Kennedy (Neumann University NCAA Division 3), Luke Kangas (Finlandia University NCAA Division 3), Drake Semrad (Oswego State NCAA Division 3), Carter Jordan ( Wilkes University NCAA Division 3), Brenden Yingling (Lebanon Valley College NCAA Division 3), Nick Bernstein (Chatham University NCAA Division 3), Lex Friesen (Oswego State NCAA Division 3), Pietro Baccarin (Neumann University NCAA Division 3), Owen Noll (Alvernia University NCAA Division 3), Mason Hoehn (SUNY-Potsdam NCAA Division 3), Logan Gorbitz (Neumann University NCAA Division 3), Lukas Washco (New England College NCAA Division 3), Hogan Nelson (Salve Regina University NCAA Division 3), Josh Hixson (Lawrence Tech University ACHA Division 1), Dominic Hollister (Lawrence Tech University ACHA Division 1), Shaun Houk (University of Utah ACHA Division 1), Andrew Owens (George Mason University ACHA Division 1), Jackson Good (University of Kentucky ACHA Division 2 ),Rob Simmons (Weber State University ACHA Division 2), Camden Schanberger (Lake Superior State University ACHA Division 2).
The Richmond Generals continue to lead the USPHL in college commits with 22 players so far that have committed to an NCAA or ACHA College hockey program and school for next season. #RollGens