Charlestown's Aaron Titcomb To Play D1 Hockey

The recent graduate reportedly committed last week to Merrimack College.

Another Charlestown resident will be playing Division 1 college hockey. Aaron Titcomb has reportedly committed to playing for Merrimack College, a sports blogger posted last week.

According to the Mack Report:

Salisbury defenseman Aaron Titcomb gave a verbal commitment Merrimack College on Friday while making his official visit to North Andover. A 6-foot-4 defenseman, Titcomb played at Brewster Academy last season and captained the team, scoring 15 points (6-9–15) in 20 games.

Titcomb, who was born in Charlestown, played high school hockey at Austin Prep in Reading before joining the Boston Bandits AAA Hockey Club, according to the Mack Report.

Andrew B January 15, 2013 at 11:08 PM
Does anyone know if this kid grew up off of Bunker Hill Street next to the Bball courts? I used to see him playing street hockey there when he was a little kid. I can't believe how fast he grew up!
Noreen Manning January 20, 2013 at 03:18 PM
Aaron is the definition of a good kid. Way to go, Aaron and family!
Working Man January 20, 2013 at 04:30 PM
Yes Andrew That is Him .... Aaron is one of the Good Kids doing great things he will have great success... he comes from good family's ... Proud to call him a Friend !!!!!
Al Titcomb January 22, 2013 at 11:35 PM
We are so proud of you for working so hard to acheive your goal. It dosen't stop here. Now put the puck in the net. Love PA
Working Man March 03, 2013 at 10:58 PM
Congratulations to Aaron Titcomb and his Salisbury Knight teammates on their Championship WIN!!!! Salisbury wins The New England prep school title with a 4-1 win over Kent


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