By Florida Eels Staff
The Florida Eels are proud to announce that Easton Moore, the captain of their USPHL Premier team, has committed to attending and playing NCAA Division 3 for the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA). Moore is a talented two-way forward who has impressed both on and off the ice with his leadership skills and dedication to the game.
Moore’s impressive stats speak to his exceptional skill set as a player, and he currently sits at third place in the Eels’ all-time point-getters list, with 142 points in 128 games.
With his speed, agility, and strong work ethic, he has become one of the top scorers in the league. Last season, he led the team with 71 points in just 44 games.
Head Coach Frank Scarpaci III also notes Moore’s exceptional leadership skills.
“Easton was one of the best leaders this organization has ever seen,” said Scarpaci. “What he did here, not just on the ice, will be everlasting, and something our group next year will build off of. He’s an incredible person and invaluable to the organization.”
Moore’s commitment to attending MCLA and playing for their ice hockey team is a testament to his dedication to the sport. MCLA’s strong academic programs and competitive athletics make it an ideal fit for a student-athlete like Moore.
According to General Manager Scarpaci, “Easton is an elite player who has the potential to achieve great things both on and off the ice. His commitment to attending MCLA and playing for their ice hockey team is a testament to his hard work and dedication. Easton helped guide our group to our most winning season, with 36 wins. MCLA is getting a kid that not only knows how to win but also sets the standard of winning.”
Easton Moore’s unwavering commitment to the game and exceptional leadership skills have made him a standout player for the Florida Eels. His commitment to attending MCLA and playing for their ice hockey team is a reflection of his hard work and dedication both on and off the ice. He is sure to make a positive impact both as a student and an athlete, and we look forward to seeing all that he will accomplish in the future.
The USPHL joins the Florida Eels in congratulating Easton Moore, his family and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) for his commitment.