Leading Scorer Mosey Commits to Dartmouth

HANOVER, NH – Bismarck Bobcats scoring leader Charlie Mosey is the first Bobcat to commit to an NCAA Division I school during the 2010-11 season, accepting an offer to play collegiate hockey at Dartmouth College.

“It’s a huge relief to have my college plans set both for hockey and academically,” said Mosey, who will be one of the Cats’ representatives at December’s NAHL Top Prospects tournament in Walpole, Mass. “Now I have the luxury of being able to focus on this season and helping our team repeat as national champions.

“It’s great for my family, as well,” added the Burnsville, Minn., native. “Everyone back home is really excited to know I’ll be moving onto the next level.”

Mosey will begin playing for the Big Green in the 2011-12 season—where he will be joining Bobcats goaltender Ryan Faragher in Hanover. Faragher committed to Dartmouth during the 2010 NAHL Playoffs.

An academic powerhouse, Dartmouth College is ranked ninth in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2011 National Universities Rankings.

After Faragher, Mosey is the second current Bobcat overall to commit to a D-I program.

Mosey is currently nursing a lower body injury sustained at the tail end of the Bobcats’ 5-1 win at Alexandria on October 29. He hopes to return soon to the lineup.

“Right now I’d consider it day-to-day,” noted Mosey. “I got back onto the ice for practice this week for the first time since [the injury] happened and we’re going to see how it feels on Friday.”

The Bobcats open a two-game home series against the Owatonna Express Friday night at 7:15 PM, with Saturday’s series finale to follow at the same time.

Both games will be broadcast locally on the radio home of Bobcat Hockey, Super Talk 1270, KLXX-AM, and worldwide at http://nahl.fasthockey.com/. Pre-game coverage will begin both Friday and Saturday at 6:45 PM CT.

Season tickets are now on sale for the 2010-11 season! Call the Bobcat Hockey office at (701) 222-3300 or email gobobcathockey@aol.com for more information on reserving your seats for the entire season as the Bobcats look to defend the Robertson Cup!