Another graduate of the North Bay Ice Boltz hockey program is moving on to play at the university level.
This time it's 2003 birth year forward Eryn Wolfe as she recently committed to Laurier University.
"I am extremely excited to commit to Laurier," Wolfe told BayToday via text on Monday.
"It has been a dream of mine since I started playing hockey. Playing OUA hockey is an incredible opportunity."
The North Bay product is currently playing in the PWHL with the Cambridge Rivulettes where she registered three goals and six assists for nine points in 36 games in a COVID-19 shortened season last year.
She shares the accomplishment with her former coaches here in North Bay, including her father and former coach Jayde Wolfe.
"This accomplishment is not only my celebration but for everyone who has helped me along the way," she said.
"I would like to thank all my previous and present coaches, my parents for all the time they have given, my strength and conditioning coaches, my teachers, my teammates as well as my billet family.
"Special thanks to my dad for pushing me throughout and believing in me since the beginning. I appreciate it more than words could ever say."