The New Jersey Titans are proud to announce that goaltender Harrison Feeney has been called up to the Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the United States “Tier I” Hockey League (USHL).
Feeney, ’98, has a 6-2-0 record on the season for the Titans along with a 2.39 goals against average and a 92.9 saves percentage in eight games.
“It means a lot to be called up and I’m grateful for the opportunity. It came about the other day after the game and Coach Craig [Doremus] told me they needed me in Cedar Rapids as soon as possible, so I left first thing,” Feeney said.
The Roughriders selected the Lafayette Hill, PA native this past spring in the USHL Draft in the sixth round (98th overall). The Titans picked him last year in the 10th round of the NAHL Draft.
Feeney played in six games for the Titans last season and had a 2.14 goals against average and 92.5 saves percentage.
“We are proud of Harrison. He has had a tremendous start to the season with us and with Cedar Rapids having a goalie go down with an illness the opportunity arose for him. Coach Carlson does a great job with his club and we have remained in communication since last May when our staff came aboard in New Jersey,” said head coach and general manager, Craig Dormeus. “We are confident he will have a good showing there and represent our organization well. We wish him the best during his stay and look forward to him coming back to New Jersey and helping us continue to push towards the playoffs.”
The Titans would like to congratulate Harrison and his family on this wonderful accomplishment.