“I am very happy for Ashton,” said Head Coach, Brett Tryder. “He had an injury the year before so I wasn’t sure what his level of contribution would be. I knew that he could play at the EHL level but he exceeded my expectations in every way. He has an incredible feel for the game and a great sense of time and space. He got some huge goals for us this season and I am sure that he will have a great career at Framingham State. They are getting a great team guy and a guy that will produce when the game is on the line.”
Collazo reflects on his time with Seacoast, “My time this season with Seacoast was very beneficial to my development and overall path to the collegiate level. While at Seacoast I was able to play a very free and flowing game style under Brett Tryder. This type of play style allowed for a lot of creativity for the players and helped build my confidence. I think for my last year of juniors, Seacoast was the most beneficial team for myself and it allowed me to be the player I most desired to be. It has been a long time dream of mine to continue my hockey career at the collegiate level and I am excited to get started with Mike Bailey and Framingham State.”
Tryder added, “Framingham is a great spot for Ashton. They are a program on the rise and the MASCAC league is a nice fit for him.