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Jordan Deats Selects Roberts

Jordon DeatsSenior attackman Jordan Deats has announced that he will continue his education and play for Roberts Wesleyan after his fourth and final year at Bath-Haverling. The leader in goals, assists and points last year with the Rams, he registered 100 points (53g-47a) and will start this season with a career record of 79g-82a.  His junior year performance earned him first team All-League (GRALL) honors and a spot on the All Section second team.

Redhawks Head Coach Rocky Delfino always fins local players which in 2020 include Eli Chalmers (C-C), Stephen Connolly (Schroeder), Tyler Carpenter (Hilton), Riley Schmeer, Jonathan Deats (Bath) and Pat Hynes (Irondequoit).


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