Wallace, ’96, finished the season with a 4.21 goals against average and a 90.2 saves percentage in 26 games played for the blue and orange.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to play college hockey and I am glad to see all my work over the past few years paying off. The coaches and entire staff at PAL gave me all the tools that I needed to be successful both on and off the ice and I can't thank each of them enough for what they have done to help my hockey career,” Wallace said.
Wallace, a West Islip, NY native, is the 6th PAL Elite player to commit to a NCAA school this season.
“Ian is one of the hardest working players in our program. He has high character and a solid person on and off the ice. Our whole staff is so happy for this Ian,” head coach Dan Marshall said.
PAL would like to congratulate Ian and the rest of the Wallace family on this wonderful accomplishment.