Boston Junior Rangers forward, Dylan Miller, has officially secured his next four years with Lebanon Valley College to further his academic and athletic career.
“We are very happy for Dylan and his commitment to LVC,” said Rangers head coach and general manager Rich DeCaprio. “Coach Parsons is getting a great character kid and player.”
The Michigan native has been playing on the east coast since 2019. With experience in both Tier 2 and Tier 3 junior hockey, Miller is bringing his leadership and talent to LVC. The soon-to-be Flying Dutchmen looks forward to being a part of a UCHC DIII team. “I am really excited for the college atmosphere,” Dylan says. “Growing up playing AAA hockey, I never got the opportunity to play for my school or a team that truly feels like a community.”
Miller’s response to, “Why Lebanon Valley College?” is quite simple- “It is a great school with a hockey team that is getting better and better.”
Although Dylan feels relief in locking a college for the next four, he emphasizes the importance of his current mentality with the Rangers. Miller explains, “I still need to prove why LVC gave me a commitment.”
As for the rest of this season, Dylan has his mind set on bringing back another championship to Boston. According to Coach DeCaprio, “His size, skill and ability to see the ice sets him apart from a lot of the players.” With Miller’s talent, BJR is on pace to go back-to-back.
Miller and the Rangers are set for their first matchup against the Wizards this season on Saturday at 7:25 PM.