Category: News

Sheeran – Street Hockey to the South

Written By: James Jackson. Photo Credit: Dan Hickling via Flickr FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Nolan Sheeran has been skating since he was just four-years-old. The rookie forward for the Marksmen honed his craft with a hockey-bred family, starting, quite literally, on the streets of East Amherst, New York. “My dad played hockey, and I have older siblings […]

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Campagna Returns ‘Home’ For Third Season

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Every other position has been announced this off-season for the Marksmen organization heading into training camp, except for that of the Defense. That changes today as first-year Head Coach Jesse Kallechy officially announces the re-signing of last year’s assistant captain Brad Campagna. At 6’2 and 205 pounds, the right-hander from Monroe, New York […]

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Casale Brings Leadership, Experience to First Season

by James Jackson FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Michael Casale comes to the Fayetteville Marksmen after graduating from Salem State University (NCAA DIII). The 24-year-old Canadian center began playing hockey around the age of three. Growing up, Casale found his biggest influences to be a pair of right wing stars. “When I was younger it was guys like […]

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Former Riverking Taylor Pryce Joins Marksmen

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Head Coach Jesse Kallechy has wasted no time in revealing his ultimate plan for the Marksmen roster; high-level, young talent to develop into a core-group. He continues this mission by bringing aboard second-year SPHLer Taylor Pryce. A 25-year-old forward from Newmarket, Ontario, Pryce stands at 6’0″ and 170 pounds. He played for the […]

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Kelley Talks Career, Expectations For First Pro Season

By: James Jackson, Media Relations Intern FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Dillon Kelley is one of two new goalies the Marksmen acquired this off-season. The 23-year-old rookie goaltender started playing hockey when he was just four years old. It wasn’t until much later in his hockey career, with his family’s endless support, Dillon made the move to […]

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Second-Year Marksmen Jamie Hill Returns to Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – After weeks of announcing exciting new rookies to the team, the Fayetteville Marksmen professional hockey team is so excited to welcome back forward Jamie Hill to the 2018-19 roster. A native of Glassboro, New Jersey, Hill isn’t the biggest player on the ice, but where he lacks in size, he makes up for […]

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Marksmen, Live Source Announce Auction Partnership

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Always looking to improve the memorability and in-game experience for fans, the Fayetteville Marksmen are proud to announce a partnership with Live Source, a mobile-auction application. With Live Source, Marksmen fans will be able to instantly bid on unique memorabilia such as game-used pucks, sticks, game-worn jerseys, autographed items, in-game opportunities, and so […]

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Marksmen Announce 2018-19 Goalie Signings

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – First-year Marksmen Head Coach Jesse Kallechy is a former-SPHL goaltender, so the anticipation for the organization to announce their goaltending core for the season was high. The former goalie didn’t disappoint, as he enlisted a strong pair of rookies to back his defense. Dillon Kelley (NCAA D3 Adrian [MI] College) and Jason Pucciarelli […]

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Marksmen Announce Fourth Player Signing of ‘18-19 Season

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – With two veterans and a rookie player announced to start our roster, we are excited to even that demographic up by welcoming aboard four-year NCAA Division 1 alum, Nolan Sheeran. Sheeran, a 24-year-old forward from East Amherst, New York, gets his first shot in professional hockey with the Fayetteville Marksmen. The Ontario […]

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