NJ’s top girls icer commits to Penn State

New Jersey girls high school ice hockey continues to be on the rise and Morristown-Beard’s Leah Stecker is proof of the talent on the ice in the Garden State. Watch the JSZ highlight reel of the newest commit to Penn State


Morristown-Beard’s Leah Stecker still has two years of high school hockey ahead of her at Morristown-Beard but the rising junior knows where her college home is. Stecker has given a verbal commitment to play Division I women’s ice hockey at Penn State.

Stecker had 16 goals and 20 assists as a sophomore to lead the Crimson to the Prep state title as well as New Jersey’s first overall girls state championship. Morristown-Beard is coached by former New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup winning defenseman Bruce Driver. Stecker had a two goals in Mo-Beard’s 3-0 win over Summit at the Prudential Center to clinch the state title. Watch JSZ’s highlight reel of Stecker and see her end to end rushes that makes her the top girls icer in New Jersey: