Sunday, March 16, 2014

Colin Sullivan commits to Miami-Ohio

Milford's Colin Sullivan will attend Miami-Ohio this fall, the third college to which he's given a verbal commitment in the last three years. You may remember Sullivan from his days as a star defenseman for Fairfield Prep, or later at Avon Old  Farms. Since leading Avon to the New England Prep School championship, Sullivan has become known more for changes of heart.

A brief recap: Sullivan originally committed to Yale, agreeing to enroll in the fall of 2013 after a year of Junior hockey. He opted out in February 2012 after deciding against the Junior route, instead wishing to begin his college career immediately. So he headed to Boston College that fall. After scoring one point in 32 games as a freshman, Sullivan, who'd dropped out of the top six on the Eagles' depth chart, left BC just before the season started in October and played for Green Bay of the USHL this winter.

A seventh-round pick of the Montreal Canadiens in 2011, Sullivan has seven points in 34 games for Green Bay. He should be eligible for Miami's season-opener, and is expected to have three years of eligibility remaining.


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