Arizona State adds Quinnipiac transfer Taverner, who will be eligible in ’18-19

March 19, 2016:  Quinnipiac Bobcats forward Andrew Taverner (39) skates with the puck during 2016 ECAC Tournament Championship game between Harvard University and Quinnipiac University at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid, NY. (John Crouch/J. Alexander Imaging)
Andrew Taverner played three years at Quinnipiac and will skate his senior season at Arizona State (photo: John Crouch/J. Alexander Imaging).

Arizona State announced Thursday the addition of transfer forward Andrew Taverner from Quinnipiac.

Taverner joins the Sun Devils after spending the last three seasons with Quinnipiac, which included a NCAA tournament championship game appearance.

During his three years, he totaled 15 goals and 17 assists in 93 games for the Bobcats, including three goals and eight points in 21 games during the 2016-17 season.

Taverner will be eligible to play for ASU starting with the 2018-19 season.


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    I have serious concerns that the ASU program is going to fold or revert back to non D-1 status.

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