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Eagles graduating forward Cameron commits to SAIT

The Surrey Eagles are pleased to announce that forward Trevor Cameron has committed to attend the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, beginning in the 2013-14 season.

SAIT is located in Calgary and the Trojans play in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference. The team is coming off a berth in the championship final where they lost to the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

“I flew over there and met the coach, Ken Babey, and he’s a really good guy and a knowledgeable hockey coach,” said Cameron. “I’m really excited to go to school and get on with my life.”

Cameron came to Surrey in a trade from the Notre Dame Hounds of the SJHL in December of 2011. In his time with the Eagles, the Mission native put up 52 points in 84 regular season games. He was also a key contributor for the Birds in their run to the RBC Cup semifinal, tallying 20 points in 27 post-season games in 2013.

Cameron becomes the 13th member of the 2012-2013 Surrey Eagles to commit to play college hockey, joining Devon Toews (Quinnipiac, 2013), Michael Santaguida (Vermont, 2013), Craig Wyszomirski (Merrimack, 2013), Adam Tambellini (North Dakota, 2013), Brady Shaw (Vermont, 2013), Dan O’Keefe (Yale, 2013), Michael Stenerson (Vermont, 2013), Troy Paterson (UW-Eau Claire DIII, 2013) Brett Mulcahy (Holy Cross, 2014), Drew Best (Vermont, 2014), Demico Hannoun (Michigan Tech, 2014) and Jordan Klimek (Northern Michigan, 2014).

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