Noah Laaouan Named Academic Player of the Month for January
The Charlottetown Islanders organization takes the utmost pride in developing it's players both on and off the ice. Our organization is committed to helping our players achieve academic excellence throughout their time as an Islander under the guidance of an extensive academic advisement team. Each month, all Quebec Major Junior Hockey League teams recognize a player for their efforts in the classroom and designate them the team's Academic Player of the Month. For January, Charlottetown's Academic Player of the Month is Noah Laaouan.
School: University of Prince Edward Island
Program: Bachelor of Business Administration
Noah continues to be a sterling example of academic excellence among his teammates as a multiple-time recipient of the Academic Player of the Month throughout his time with the Islanders. Known as a well-respected player and leader both on the ice and off, Noah completed this most recent semester at UPEI as a full time student with an overall average of 87%. The Halifax, Nova Scotia native achieved a 90% in Organizational Behavior, 91% in Accounting and and 80% in Sociology.
The Charlottetown Islanders would like to congratulate Noah on his success in the classroom!
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