The New Jersey Titans are proud to announce that former Titans forward Maxim Andreev has committed to play Division I hockey for the Cornell University Big Red.
Playing 55 games for New Jersey in the 2016-17 season, Andreev was among the leading scorers on the team, recording 12 goals and 31 assists, totaling for 43 points. He was also an integral part of the Titans’ first ever playoff series win.
Cornell plays under the ECAC and Ivy League, and is coached by Mike Schafer.
In a statement regarding Andreev’s commitment, Titans head coach Craig Doremus had nothing but praise for the 19-year-old.
“Max has been with me for over two years now and has grown so much on and off the ice. His daily drive to get better and achieve his dreams helped get him to this level. In addition to being a great hockey player, Max is a very good student and I know he will be a successful part of Cornell’s hockey team and student body. We greatly look forward to watching him continue his career, and we are glad that Max is still part of Titans’ nation.”
Andreev is the 11th Titans player from the 2016-17 season to commit to an NCAA school. The Titans organization would like to congratulate him and his family as he begins a new chapter in his hockey career.