UNH Adds Goalie Jamie Regan For 2012-13 Season
All-Star goalie from the Eastern Junior Hockey League, Jamie Regan, has committed to play for the University of New Hampshire in the fall of 2012. UNH will lose senior goalies Matt Di Girolamo and Tyler Scott at the end of this season. Regan will join established goalies Casey DeSmith and Jeff Wyer. DeSmith, a freshman from Rochester, NH, has been UNH's #1 goalie since his start against Maine in the 2012 Frozen Fenway. Sophomore Jeff Wyer played in three games earlier this season and helped UNH earn its first point in a tie with St. Cloud State University. Wyer underwent knee surgery in December and recently began skating again.
Jamie Regan, who turned 20 on January 15th, is in his second season with the Philadelphia Revolution of the EJHL. On a team with the second fewest points in the league, Regan has posted a save percentage of .904 and a goals against average of 3.92. Regan played for the Southern Division team in the EJHL All-Star game last month. In the shootout, Regan stopped all three shots he faced and the South won.
The 6'2", 170 lbs. goalie is from Bainbridge, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. Regan's hometown is just down the road from Chagrin Falls, the hometown of fellow 2012 Recruit Harry Quast. As a junior at the University School, a private boys school in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Regan lead his team to the 2009 State Championship. As a senior, Regan was named the Player of the Year by the News-Herald of Northern Ohio.