The Fayetteville (North Carolina) Marksmen today announced the signing of Brockport alumnus Tim Kielich...
With just under a month remaining until Marksmen Training Camp, we’re
starting to see exactly what kind of roster will be participating in
the camp, with a lot of veteran experience or talented newcomers.
Tim Kielich, a left-handed forward hailing from East Aurora, New York
fits into the latter category, after a three-year stint at
SUNY-Brockport (NCAA DIII). Kielich, 6’0 and 185 pounds, found the puck
plenty during his days as a Golden Eagle, averaging nearly a point-per
game with 76 points (21G+55A) in 77 games played.
Prior to his college days, Kielich like many new-Marksmen, spent his
junior hockey career in the OHJL’s Buffalo Jr. Sabres organization.
During his four-years in Western New York, Kielich had no problem
finding points, as he racked up 133 (56G+77A) in 235 games played.
During those four years, he scored under thirty points in just one
As well with the OHJL connection, Kielich shares the commonality of
having a couple ECHL games under his belt before coming to the Marksmen
Camp, as kept inside The Empire State in heading to the Adirondack
Thunder for two games after his college season.
Kielich spoke highly of the new opportunity in Fayetteville.
“For me, heading to a new team such as the Marksmen,
after talking with Coach Kallechy I feel I will be given a great
opportunity to prove myself at the pro level,” said Kielich “This is
what I’ve been looking forward to.”
Head Coach Jesse Kallechy expressed great interest in seeing what Kielich can bring to the roster.
“Tim is a player who showed a great scoring ability
during both his college and junior days. Having a close amount of goals
to assists shows that he has the vision and ability to make the shot or
pass depending on the situation,” said Kallechy “I’m excited to see his
abilities in our camp.”
With 38 days remaining until the SPHL season begins, the anticipation
is starting to reach a fever pitch, especially as the Marksmen Camp
roster starts to finalize, and the team’s exhibition against Macon has
been set for October 12.
The Fayetteville Marksmen are excited to welcome Tim Kielich to his
new home for the 2018-19 season, and look forward to him being the
bedrock of what promises to be an exciting season of hockey in the Cape
Fear. The 2018-19 Marksmen Home Opener is October 19th
against the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs, and Season Tickets are on sale NOW!