The New Jersey Titans are proud to announce the commitment of Robertson Cup Champion Reece Brednich to Middlebury College. Brednich, now in his third season as a Titan, has recorded 7 goals and 12 assists so far this season. The La Grange, Kentucky, native joined the Titans at the end of the 2021-22 season and quickly found a place in the lineup as New Jersey won their first championship.
“We are so proud of Reece and his family on his commitment to Middlebury,” said General Manager and Head Coach Craig Doremus. “Reece has made a lasting impression in New Jersey by having an immediate impact in his rookie season during the Robertson Cup Playoffs and playing a key role on the national championship team. Since then he has become a leader of his teammates, wearing an ‘A’ this season. Reece is such a mature young man who has an extremely bright future both on and off the ice. He has rounded out his game during his time here and all of us on the coaching staff look forward to watching him continue to grow while at school.”
“I’m excitled to take the next step in my hockey career while also obtaining an excellent education at Middlebury College,” said Brednich. “Between the level of education, a campus and coaching staff that made me feel comfortable, and top of the line facilities, I can’t wait to put on the Panthers jersey after my time in New Jersey has concluded. I’d like to thank Craig, Bobby, Kyle, and the rest of the entire Titans’ organization for preparing me for this new journey.”
Brednich will join former Titan Dante Palumbo in the Green Mountain State next year. Middlebury College, located in Vermont, has iced a hockey team since 1922 and plays in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. The Panthers’ eight national titles are the most of any NCAA Division III school, including three straight national titles in 2004, 2005, and 2006.