Howell, NJ – NJ Titan U16 National Player and NAPHL U16 player Anthony Cusanelli was the first Titan this year to receive an opportunity to move on to a higher level of hockey on his path to college hockey as he signed a tender with Port Huron of the NAHL. Cusanelli, a 6-1, 175 lb forward follows in the footsteps of former Titan Trevor Heuser who was tendered this past season by Corpus Christi of the NAHL and has played this year for Des Moines of the USHL.
Cusanelli, who is the Titans leading scorer and a returning National player has been a Titan for four years has been a leader on this year's U16 National team and NAPHL team. Cusanelli who has always had a knack for scoring goals has been a reliable presence up front and blossomed over the second half of last season into a dependable goal scorer for Coach George Haviland. Cusanelli who is a Junior at Christian Brothers Academy is looking forward to the opportunity to compete for and earn a spot with Port Huron next season.