NAHL Reese Farrell Commits to West Point


The Maine Nordiques are extremely proud to announce that Reese Farrell has committed to play D1 hockey in the fall at Army – West Point!

Reese has been a major part of our team’s success this season. Reese currently has 5 goals and 4 assist including a game-winning goal and one on the power play.

The Maine Nordiques Organizational general manager Eric Soltys said of Reese and Army West Point that: “ West Point is a special place with a special person in Coach (Riley) leading the way. I have know Coach Riley for many years and it’s an honor on many different levels for Reese to be apart of the strong traditions held at West Point. He’s the right type of person to continue what is necessary to keep their long-standing tradition and commitment going in a great direction. Well deserved!”

Associate head coach Matt Pinchevsky also went onto say that:

“Reese Farrell exemplifies the qualities we look for in the members of our team. It comes as no surprise that the outstanding staff at West Point recognized what Reese has to offer their program, community and tradition. Knowing Coach Brian Riley, since I was 14 years old, and the mentorship he provides his players; Reese will be learning from a great leader. We are so proud of Reese and thrilled for the Farrell Family.”

We are all very proud of Reese and wish him all the best next fall at Army West Point! Congrats!