Penticton(BCHL) and former Penn State forward Scott Conway announced via Twitter that he will transfer to Providence College next season:
I am very excited to announce my commitment to Providence college. Thanks for everyone who helped and stood by my decision. #friars— Scott Conway (@Scott_Conway9) January 4, 2016
Conway played one season at Penn State last year before being dismissed from the team for disciplinary reasons. He's been a scorer everywhere he has been though. He scored 26 points in 34 games for the Nittany Lions, ranking second in Big Ten freshman scoring behind only Michigan's Dylan Larkin. He was named to the Big Ten's All-Freshman team last season.
This year, in Penticton, he has 77 points in 36 games on a loaded Vees team.
Conway will have three seasons of eligibility remaining when he joins the Friars next season.