The Revolution are proud to announce that Sean Condra has committed to become a student/athlete at Marian University.
Condra played for one season with the Revolution’s top junior team. As a 1998 birth year player from Livonia, Michigan, he racked up 31 points in 46 games. It is not commonplace for the EHL to have one of its top players be an underager and it’s even more rare for them to commit to play NCAA Division III right out of the league. However, Condra felt that Marian University was the right fit for him to make the jump to play college hockey.
“Condra is a gifted, all-around player,” said Revolution General Manager Chris Kanaly. “He works hard at both ends of the ice and has really crafted his abilities at taking face-offs. He works at the little details of the game and that will really help especially at the college level. I have no doubt that he will make an immediate impact for Marian.”
Part of the reason Marian University felt right was its close proximity to Condra’s native state of Michigan. The institution is located in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The Marian University Sabres NCAA Division III team plays out of the NCHA Conference. Last season, the Sabres finished second in the NCHA to Adrian College.