The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is proud to announce that Connor Stratton, hailing from Richboro, PA, has committed to playing college hockey with West Chester’s American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) team. Stratton, currently playing for the Philadelphia Revolution, will bring his formidable skills to the Golden Rams of West Chester for the 2024-25 season.

Stratton’s journey to this commitment has been marked by dedication and standout performance. During the current season, he has exemplified his prowess on the ice, appearing in 76 games for the Philadelphia Revolution. In that time, he has showcased his versatility, tallying an impressive 20 goals and 42 assists, accumulating a total of 62 points.

The Golden Rams, who compete in the Eastern Collegiate Hockey Association (ECHA) within the ACHA Division 1, are set to gain a valuable addition to their roster in Stratton. His combination of scoring ability, playmaking skills, and work ethic will undoubtedly bolster the team as they strive for success in the upcoming season.

For Stratton, this commitment represents the culmination of years of hard work and dedication to his craft. It’s a testament to his talent and potential that he has earned the opportunity to compete at the collegiate level, further honing his skills and making strides towards his athletic goals.

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