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Northern Cyclones Premier Defenseman Cambria Commits to Franklin Pierce

By Cyclones PR, 02/06/18, 4:45PM EST


Congratulations to Premier Defenseman David Cambria on his recent Commitment to Franklin Pierce University for the fall of 2018!

The Northern Cyclones Premier team is proud to announce their 4th college commitment of the 2017-2018 season. David Cambria has committed to Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH. The 1997-born defenseman came to the Cyclones in November after a small stint in the WSHL. For the past four seasons, Dave played for the Boston Bandits in his hometown of Bridgewater, MA. He started playing for the Bandits on the U16 team and worked his way up to their Premier team last season. Last season, Dave had a stat line of 0-5-5 in 46 Premier games.

This past season, Cambria was looking for a change and wanted to try something new. Dave spent a few games in the WSHL, then decided to return to the east coast to play for the Cyclones for more college exposure. So far, this season Dave has a stat line of 2-14-16 in 24 games and has been an impact blue-liner for Coach Bill Weiand from the start. Since day one, Dave has logged big minutes for the Cyclones and has seen many opportunities on the Cyclones powerplay.

Cambria is considered a mobile two-way defenseman with the ability to make plays in the offensive zone. He also has a great work ethic on and off the ice.
Franklin Pierce is a private university in Rindge, NH and they compete in the NE-10. The hockey team is currently 2-7-1 in the NE-10 and 6-14-1 overall this season. Franklin Pierce will be looking for Dave to have an impact right away and Dave couldn’t be happier. When he was asked about his commitment and time with the Cyclones he had this to say;  

“I’m extremely excited to spend the next 4 years at Franklin Pierce. It’s a huge step in my hockey career and life itself. Hopefully I can step right into it and contribute anyway Coach Millerick needs me to.”
“My time at the Cyclones has helped me get noticed and grow as a player. This has been my favorite team to play for, from the players to the Coach Weiand. Everyone supports you and will help you get to where you want to be.”

The Northern Cyclones would like to congratulate Dave and his family on this great accomplishment and wish them the best of luck in the future.