The Princeton Posse are excited to announce that graduating forward Terrance Josephson has committed to the Missouri State University ACHA Division 1 hockey program for the fall of 2020. Terrance moves on from the Posse having played 107 regular season and playoff games collecting 40 goals and 92 points.
The Sechelt, B.C. native has been a big part of the Posse’s offense over the last two seasons but according to Head Coach Mark McNaughton that is only part of what will make Terrance a competitive college level player.
He has always been an offensive threat and that will continue at the next level without a doubt. Missouri is getting much more than that though, they are also getting one of the most composed players I have had the pleasure of coaching. Terrance and his line mates were matched up against top opponents most nights and he grew to handle that pressure like a real professional in his time here.
When asked about his time in Princeton and what he is looking forward to with this commitment, Terrance had the following to say.
My two seasons in Princeton helped me grow my game a lot. I have more confidence with the puck but also learned how I can control the game as a 200 foot player. I am looking forward to being able to continue playing for a great coach and program while attending college. I am super excited, my expectations for next season are to just help the team however I can as a freshman and hopefully I can continue to produce offensively when the opportunity comes.
The whole Posse organization wish Terrance the best of luck in this new chapter of his hockey career.