New Michigan State hockey coach Adam Nightingale has been hot on the recruiting trail during his short tenure in East Lansing. Nightingale has already landed a plethora of top players at the prep level and he has no end in sight.
Trey Augustine is one of the top goaltenders in the 2005 age group, and as a 17-year old, was brought up to play with the U18 USA National Team due to his play.
Augustine was recently committed to Michigan, one of their prized recruits and goalie of the future, but Coach Nightingale has shifted that tide and has completed the flip — getting Augustine to decommit from Michigan and commit to Michigan State.
MSU hockey has landed a commitment from NTDP goaltender Trey Augustine. Called up last year to the U18s by Nightingale as a 17-year old.
Decommited from Michigan earlier today. ‘05 South Lyon native. Hockey staff get a huge flip and land their potential goalie of the future.
— Nathaniel Bott (@Nathaniel_Bott) September 7, 2022
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