Walpole, MA – The Walpole Express are proud to announce the commitment of Noe Turdjmann to Milwaukee School of Engineering. MSOE is located in Milwaukee, WI and competes in the NCHA. Noe is the 16th player to advance from the 2019-2020 Express roster.
Turdjmann spoke about why he made the decision to commit to MSOE saying, “I am very excited for the opportunity to join the Milwaukee School of Engineering. The school offers strong academic programs and competes in one of the best conferences in all of D3 hockey. To get an education as well as playing hockey at a high level would not have been achievable in Switzerland.“
Express Coach Cody Campbell felt Noe’s attitude played a big part in his accomplishments. ”Noe battled a ton of adversity this year with injuries, and coming to the team half way through the season. He remained positive and focused on his goal of playing college hockey and we are thrilled to be a part of him accomplishing that dream.”
Turdjmann went on to thank his supporters, ”I would like to thank head coach Cody Campbell and the rest of the Express organization for welcoming me to the team halfway through the season. Coach Campbell gives opportunities to succeed to all of his players and he continued to help me with the college process long after the season ended. I couldn’t be happier to have finished my junior career with the Express.”
Please join the entire Express Organization in congratulating Noe on his NCAA College Commitment.