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Beacons beckon Sitterley to UMass-Boston
Monday, April 23, 2012 - Submitted by BCHL Media

Chilliwack Chiefs forward Kit Sitterley has accepted on offer to play for the University of Massachusetts-Boston Beacons in the coming season.

A native of Mooresville, North Carolina, Sitterley has played the last two seasons for the Chiefs under coach Harvey Smyl in Langley and Chilliwack. The 5-foot-11, 175-pounder tallied 23 goals and 26 assists in his BCHL career.

The Beacons play in the NCAA Division III Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. This past season, the team went 13-10-3 before bowing out in the ECAC East quarter-finals.

Former BCHLers Faiz Khan and Corey Chakeen currently play for the Beacons.

 
 
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