JAMESTOWN – Alex Frye, a forward for the Jamestown Rebels, became the fifth player this season to commit to play college hockey.
Starting in the fall, Frye will play hockey for the University of Alaska Anchorage, a D-1 school.
Frye is currently leading the Rebels in goals, assists and points. Frye has scored 22 goals, and has tacked on 17 assists.
Prior to being in a Rebels uniform, Frye was drafted in the 2014 United States Hockey League (USHL) draft by the Chicago Steel with the 101st pick.
After a 55-game stint with the Steel, Frye moved on to the NAHL where he would play the 2016-2017 season with the Topeka Roadrunners.
Frye would total 51 points in his tenure as a Roadrunner before joining the Rebels last season, while the team was playing in Philadelphia. Frye would total 25 points in his first season with the Rebels, (nine goals, 16 assists.)
In 205 career junior hockey games, Frye has tallied 109 career points, scoring 55 goals, and adding 54 assists. The Rebels have 21 games left in the NAHL regular season.