Friday, November 10, 2017

Three Quinnipiac commits sign National Letter of Intent

Three future Quinnipiac Bobcats have signed their national letter of intent to play hockey for the Bobcats in the near future. 1998 forward William Fällström of the Fargo Force (USHL), 1999 forward Wyatt Bongiovanni of the Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) and 2000 defenseman Peter Diliberatore of the Salisbury School (CT) all put the pen to the paper and signed with Quinnipiac in the last two days during the early NCAA signing period.

Two of the players in Fällström and Bongiovaani are coming to Quinnipiac for the fall of 2018 while Diliberatore a native of Nova Scotia and a potential 2018 NHL draft prospect is expected to play a season of junior hockey before heading to Hamden. Fällström is most recent player to commit to Quinnipiac having done so this past Tuesday before officially signing the next day with the Bobcats. Both Fällström and Bongiovaani are expected to boost the Quinnipiac offense for next season when they arrive on campus. These three players join three other Bobcats commits who have signed their national letter of intent in Zach Metsa, Corey Clifton and Michael Lombardi. Congrats to the three newest signees and welcome to BobcatNation.

William Fallstrom signs his NLI (photo by the Fargo Force)
Wyatt Bongiovanni signs his NLI (photo by the Muskegon Lumberjacks) 
Peter Diliberatore signs his NLI (photo by the Salisbury School)
Jonathan Singer is a 2004 Quinnipiac alum. You can follow him on Twitter @QHockeyBlog.

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