Titans’ goaltender Jack Berry will be headed to the Big Ten Conference and one of the most successful programs in college hockey.
The Holly, Mich. native announced his commitment on Twitter Sunday afternoon.
"[I'm] blessed to announce my D1 commitment to the University of Wisconsin," Berry tweeted. "Thank you to everyone who has helped make my dream a reality. #Badgers"
The Wisconsin Badgers have made 24 NCAA Tournament appearances with 12 appearances in the Frozen Four and four national championships.
So far this season, Berry has a 10-5-0 record in 16 games. In addition, he has a 2.09 goals against average and .930 save percentage including four shutouts despite battling a lower body injury that has kept him out of action since Nov. 22. He is set to return to ice in a matter of weeks.
He has also played for the organization when it called Sau St. Marie home. Last year, Berry appeared in 30 games (including 25 starts) for the Soo Eagles where he compiled a record of 14-10-0 with a goals against average of 2.87 and .908 save percentage with one shutout.
Even ESPN’s John Buccigross tweeted in reaction to Berry’s commitment.
Berry is the third Titan to make a commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey this season. Earlier this season, forward Raymond Brice committed to Michigan Tech and defenseman Darren Brady committed to Rochester Institute of Technology.