RoadRunners forward Geralnik makes NCAA commitment
The Texas RoadRunners of the NA3HL are pleased to announce that forward Eitan Geralnik has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey at Stevenson University.
Geralnik’s commitment was a direct result of the exposure that he received at the recent NAHL and NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament that was held earlier in the week. Geralnik had four points in two games for the South Division team, which went undefeated at the event.
The 20-year-old from Houston, TX, is in his second season playing the NA3HL with the RoadRunners.
Standing at 6’1/190 lbs., Geralnik is a huge net-front presence that is tough to handle for most opponents. In 34 games this season he has amassed 20 goals and 29 assists for 49 points and supports an impressive + 25 +/- rating. Over the past two seasons Geralnik has averaged over a point a game.
“Eitan is a great kid and a good player that is looking to study pre-law at Stevenson. Both myself and assistant coach Eric Brule reached out to Cole Bell, assistant coach at Stevenson to give him our take on Geralnik and see if they would be interested. Coach Bell spent quite a bit of time watching him over the past several weeks and after game one on Monday at the Top Prospects Tournament extended the commitment to Eitan. We are very happy for him and are excited that he will be attending a school that will fit the needs of his academics as well as to be able to continue his hockey at a high level of play. Both Coach Brule and I as well as the entire RoadRunners family would like to congratulate Eitan and wish him all the best in school as well as following his dreams of playing NCAA Hockey,” said RoadRunners head coach Mike Beavis.