The Drumheller Dragons have announced 20-year-old forward Grayson Dietrich has secured a NCAA Division 1 scholarship to join American International College (AIC) in the Fall of 2022.
The Yellow Jackets are a part of the NCAA Division 1 Atlantic Conference and currently hold an overall record of 4-9-1.
Dietrich is playing his third and final junior season with the Drumheller Dragons. Over the course of his three seasons with the Dragons, the 6’1” Calgary native has played in 95 games contributing 27 goals, 33 assists and 60 points. During the 2021-22 season, Dietrich has accumulated 12 goals, 16 assists and 28 points in 32 games played.
“Grayson has been a tremendous driver of positivity in our dressing room,” says Dragons Coach Kevin Hasselberg. “His charisma, outgoing personality, and respectful approach to anyone competing to be a Dragon has welcomed players into the program and made the transition to junior a less daunting task. Gray keeps the game fun and brings energy to the dressing room, making it a safe place. He is both a servant and leader by example and we couldn’t be more excited to see him rewarded with this opportunity to play at the NCAA level.”
The Drumheller Dragons would like to thank Matthew Woodard and the staff of the Yellow Jackets for all their recruiting efforts and invested time following and expressing interest in Grayson. We also wish to extend a congratulations out to Grayson, his entire family and support team, with this accomplishment.