Foster, a Saugus, California native is in his first season with the Icehawks. Cody posted a record of 27 wins and 6 losses, as well as a 1.83 GAA in 38 regular season games this season to lead Tri City to the USPHL Mid-West Division overall pints title.
Tri City Head Coach George Daniel thinks Foster is a major reason for this year’s success “Cody was referred to me by a former colleague Jason Smith who coaches on the west coast, he insisted that Cody would be the best goalie in our conference, and he has been”.
Becker assistant coach Tad Doherty stated the coaching staff is “excited to have Cody join the program”.
Doherty continued “We will continue to help Cody develop as a student as well as an athlete. We are confident he will come in and compete for playing time as he gets acclimated to being a student athlete”.
Foster reflected back on his choice to play for the Icehawks, “I wanted to play junior Hockey for an organization that would best prepare me for NCAA Hockey. I knew without question Tri City could help me with that.” Foster added “Coach Daniel and the staff have been a great help in getting me ready for College, I can’t thank them enough for the opportunity to play in Bay City and chase a Championship.”
The Tri City Icehawks organization thanks Cody for all of his efforts and wishes him the best of luck at Becker College.
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