Kaeden Meuer commits to Post University

by Website Admin

The Utah Outliers are proud to announce that Wisconsin native and Assistant Captain, Kaeden Meuer is heading to the NCAA after making his decision to commit to Post University in Waterbury Connecticut. The gritty forward played for the Outliers for two seasons and brought a tenacious style of play to the team each time he stepped on the ice. Meuer tallied 11 goals and 27 assists for 38 points on the season. 

In regards to his commitment to the Post University Eagles , Meuer said, "I chose Post because of the relationships I made during my campus visit and it just felt like a great fit. The gym and rink are spectacular and it reminded me a lot of the Outliers facilities and I want to continue playing in an intense environment. In meeting some of the players, I got a good sense of how serious and committed they are and I look forward to being a part of that culture." 

When asked about his time in Utah, Meuer stated that his experience is one that he will never forget. The coaches were great and always pushing me to go further in my development as a player and a person. The training was very intense both mentally and physically but it helped develop me in so many ways. The Outliers facilities are excellent and better than a lot of colleges I have seen. Lastly, the teammates I played with were unbelievable guys full of heart and dedication. I am so honored to have played for the Outliers and it is a place I will always call home!"

Assistant Coach Austin Balko had this to say about Meuer, “He was a workhorse each and every day. His dedication in the training center and on the ice was second to none. He came to our program and really seized each day as an opportunity to improve his game and his leadership. He has come a long way in the past two seasons and I am excited to watch him continue to develop at the college level." 

Head Coach Paul Taylor added, “Kaeden was a heart-and-soul type of player for our team. His enthusiasm was contagious on and off the ice and he always gave his best effort. He worked really hard over the past two seasons to improve his offensive skills while still staying true to his physical and energetic style of play. The other aspect of Kaeden's character was how great of an ambassador he was for our program. He spent a lot of hours doing community events and helping inspire young kids. We are going to miss Kaeden next season but I am very excited for him and look forward to following his career at the NCAA level -  It is well deserved!"

The Post University Eagles play NCAA Div. II  in the Central Atlantic Conference. 

We wish Kaeden the best of luck next season with his new team!