Anthony Wyse Signs NLI With UNH
|Defenseman Anthony Wyse|
Anthony Wyse has signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of New Hampshire. A graduate of Newton North High School is his hometown of Newton, Massachusetts, Anthony is playing his first season with the Lincoln Stars in the United States Hockey League.
Wyse, a 6'4", 225 lbs left-shot defenseman, recently completed the USHL regular season with the Stars. In 54 games, he scored 2 goals and 17 assists, including 10 power play assists. He tied for 7th in most power play assists among all USHL defensemen. Here's a video of one of his goals:
Wyse and the Lincoln Stars finished the regular season in second place in the Western Conference of the USHL. Anthony missed several games in March due to the passing of his Dad. He returned to the Stars lineup on March 25th in time for their final push toward the playoffs. Over the final 6 games, Wyse dished out 3 assists and posted a +/- rating of 0. In the next to the last game, Wyse registered an assist as the Stars clinched home-ice advantage in the opening round of the USHL Playoffs. They will face the Waterloo Black Hawks in a best-of-five series beginning on Friday night.
Wyse verbally committed to UNH on February 24th. He had originally committed to play for Dartmouth College. He will be 20 years old when he enrolls next Fall.
Anthony Wyse is the sixth UNH recruit to sign a National Letter of Intent. Liam Blackburn, Justin Fregona, Patrick Grasso, Brendan van Riemsdyk, and Mike Robinson have also signed their NLI with UNH.