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Prospective Student-Athlete

Choosing the right university is a very important decision.  When making your choice you will take into account a school’s academics, location, cost, student body, and campus activities and programs.  I’d like to tell you a little about Florida Atlantic University and one program in particular – Ice Hockey.

The Florida Atlantic University Ice Hockey club has been in existence for over 10 years.  We are a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) which is the national governing body for all non-varsity ice hockey in the United States.  There are currently over 700 member teams in this association.  We have qualified to play in the National Championship Tournament twice in our short history.  

We play other colleges and universities throughout Florida and the nation averaging 20 – 25 regular season games plus regional playoffs and nationals.

To get a first hand look at all that Florida Atlantic University has to offer, I invite you and your family to visit the campus and attend a hockey practice and/or game. Contact me personally anytime to discuss this further.

Best of luck as you pursue your educational goals. We hope to see you in Boca Raton soon!


Scott Grosky
Assistant Coach & General Manager

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. Mike Sereikis
    Nov 21 2011

    Coach. I would like to introduce my son Brett Sereikis to you. Brett is a senior defenseman at Cardinal O’Hara High School, Marple, Pa. this year in the PCL AAA division, playing for coach Bob Scales, this will be his third year at Varsity level and second as V1 defenseman. He will also play 18U for the Haverford Hawks in the DVHL this season after 9 seasons with the Delco Phantoms. Brett is looking for an opportunity to play college level hockey while finding a curriculum in Accounting or waterway management / marine studies at a mid-size college in the Atlantic region. Brett also plays Varsity soccer this year and has played 2 seasons at Varsity Lacrosse for COHS. Brett is currently ranked in the top half of his class at COHS and works for the Penn Delco School District as a lifeguard.

    Brett and I would like to visit the college to determine if the campus and atmosphere was in Brett’s interest. I am writing you to ask your outlook for incoming 2012 freshman and the possibility of visiting you and the hockey team this fall, as Brett has applied to the FAU campus. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Please reply for any further information needed from us.

    Thank you very much,

    Mike and Brett Sereikis

  2. adam thoma
    Jan 10 2012

    I am applying for transfer and have played hockey since I was 8. I have played midget AA and travel, as well as 4 years of high school into which i was assistant captain and 2nd all time in points. I wondered what the club hockey at FAU is all about and how i would try out or just make the team.

    thank you,
    adam thoma

  3. Branden Vasofsky
    Jan 17 2012

    Mr. Grosky,
    I am interested in playing hockey for FAU. I have played competitive AA Travel for 10 years in Washington, DC area. I graduate high school in June 2012.

  4. Theo Slocum
    Feb 22 2012

    Hey scott,
    I am a senior goalie in the Tampa Bay area and just finished up my high school season. I recently finished submitting my application to FAU and I’m excited to learn more about your ice hockey program and hope to visit the campus soon, Thanks for the info!

  5. Zachary Brown
    Apr 5 2012

    To whomever it may concern,
    I wasn’t sure how to contact the coaches or directors of the FAU hockey program appropriately, so hopefully this comment will suffice. My name is Zac Brown and I was recently accepted into FAU for the fall semester. I will be a freshman and I am interested in trying out for the team. I have played Midget U18 for the last three season and high school varsity for 4 years. I usually play center but have been put at wing and on defense as well. I am looking forward to hearing from you to learn some more about the program. Thanks for your time.

    Zachary Brown


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