Jordan Biro: Ready for opportunity with AIC

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Former Colorado College forward Jordan Biro is ready for his next step in getting better and developing his game. That step will come for him playing at AIC. As Biro said on why he joined, “ I was looking for a new opportunity and was excited to join the winning culture of AIC.” Biro took advice from his former teammate in Spruce Grove, Chris Vanos-Shaw abou his descision. Chris took his solid grad transfer year and earned a pro contract with the Indy Fuel following AIC’s season. Biro said “ yes I spoke with him multiple times. He said he really enjoyed his time at AIC and learned a lot from the staff.”

As for what Coach Lang saw from Biro , Jordan said, “Coach Lang said he watched me in junior and was able to watch my clips from my last 2 years. He said my game would fit in well with AIC’s and reached out when I became available.”

Biro plans to study General Business at AIC. He also said that, “I’m looking forward to joining a great group of guys, learning from the coaching staff and continue with the winning tradition.”

What is encouraging for those who follow AIC, in the transfer and freshman recruiting realms, they are winning more battles for skilled players. Biro confirmed as much when he said that “I narrowed it down to 3 schools and felt that AIC was the best fit to continue my hockey career.”

This summer, Biro is “focusing my summer on continuing to get stronger and faster.”

Biro is ready to get going right away at AIC. As he said “ I am just excited to get to school to meet my teammates and coaches to start building towards a successful season with the team.”

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