Alum Tim Gould Commits to University Of Maine


Congratulations to Tim Gould who has committed to the University of Maine beginning in 2018-2019.
The University of Maine is a Division I hockey program playing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Tim joins a long list of alumni committed to Division I Men’s and Women’s hockey programs including Jasper Weatherby (University of North Dakota, 2018-2019), Kohei Sato (University of New Hampshire, 2017-2018), Corson Green (University of New Hampshire, 2018-2019), Natalie Fraser (Robert Morris University, 2014-2015), Karleigh Scully (Syracuse University, 2015-2016), Nicole Dunbar (University of New Hampshire, 2016-2017), and Celine Tessier (Union College, 2016-2017). Current students Dylan Peterson and Donovan Sebrango have also verbally committed to Boston University starting in 2020-2021. Tim, a defenseman from Moncton, New Brunswick, played at CIHA for two seasons from 2013-2015. He played for the Bantam AAA team as an underage player in his first year, and even got into one Midget AAA game. The next season, he played for the Bantam AAA team in his true age group, while also getting called up to play four games in Midget AAA.  Tim then moved on to the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League where he would play two years and breaking out in his second season with 23 points in 43 games from the blueline. Tim is currently enjoying a successful rookie season with the Notre Dame Hounds of the Saskatchewan Junior A Hockey League. He has 29 points in 39 games, good for 1st on his team and 9th in the league among defenseman.  “There’s something to say about players who are dedicated and stay focused on their goals, their growth and their development. No doubt about it, Tim had talent and potential but it’s the work ethic he had during the process that provided him with opportunities,” said Andre Savage, Tim’s coach at CIHA and current Hockey Director and head coach. When reached for a comment, Tim reflected on his time at CIHA and the contribution of his development to more than just his coaches. “With the time I spent at CIHA, I was given the opportunity to succeed on and off the ice. I had what is still one of my favorite coaches to this day, also all the tools I needed to get to the next level. From the gym and being on the ice every day, to the staff and dorm parents I had, everyone was committed to helping me achieve my dreams,” said Tim. We would like to wish Tim the best of luck this season and beyond at the University of Maine!

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