Princeton hockey recruit Joey Fallon was tendered by the Lone Star Brahmas of the NAHL, the team announced on Thursday.
“I really liked everything that coach [Dan] Wildfong said. He won coach of the year so I knew I would be in good hands,” Fallon said in the release. “Everyone’s really is a winner and that’s what I want to be surrounded by. It’s my last year of juniors so I really want to win.”
Fallon spent last season in the CCHL with the Gloucester Rangers, where he recorded 58 points (34g, 24a), 19th in the league.
“I had a really good time [with Gloucester]. It was different than I expected,” Fallon said. It was a lot different than prep school because I played 28 games my senior year so the games counted a little more and were more intense and could barely move after half of them. But in juniors, it was a little more laid back and there was a lot of system work.”
The forward also played with fellow Princeton recruits Ryan Kuffner and Max Veronneau, who will join the Tigers this fall. Fallon is slated to arrive in the fall of 2016.
The Lone Star Brahmas play in the South Division, and won the division this year with 88 points and a 40-12-8 record.