The Aberdeen Wings are proud to announce that forward Thomas Manty has committed to play Division I Hockey for Brown University.
The 5″10′ 170 lb. forward from Andover, MA is in his first season with the Wings. So far this season, he’s played in all fourteen games, putting up 8 goals and 10 assists (18 points), with a +13 (+/-).
Thomas spent last season with the Merritt Centennials of the BCHL where he played in 56 games and had 34 points, (12 goals, 22 assists).
“I want to thank my family for the endless support they have provided for me,” Thomas said. “They have always pushed me to follow my dreams and achieve my goals. Along with my family, I would like to thank my friends, teammates, coaches, billets, and everyone else who has stuck by my side along the way. Without them none of this is possible. Lastly, I would like to thank the Aberdeen Wings organization. Coaches Scott Langer and Michael Hill for believing in me, and welcoming me to one the best programs in junior hockey with a rich history in winning and developing players. With that said, I am super excited to be joining the Brown University hockey family. I am looking forward to beginning in the fall, but I am more excited to make a strong push for a Robertson Cup with my teammates in 2021.”
“Thomas is a high offensive player,” Wings head coach and general manager Scott Langer said. “He scores big goals and has an attention for detail. He has been a tremendous addition to this year’s team. Brown University is getting a quality individual, and Thomas will be a great addition to their team.”
Manty will join former Wings goaltender Gabe Vinal at Brown next fall. Located in Providence, RI, Brown University is a member of the Ivy League and plays hockey out of the ECAC.