socialsocialsocial
influencer-banner

Charlie Mosey

Hockey Player, USA

0

Fav

0

Shared

0

Reviews

fav;

About

action

Hockey Player, USA

Charlie Mosey is a famous ice hockey player who has won several games during his professional career. Apart from being an excellent athlete, he had performed well in his academic life. Mosey graduated from Dartmouth College in 2015. He had pursued a degree in Economics during his college days.

During his college, Mosey actively participated in various tournaments. He was a member of the D1 Men’s Ice Hockey team, Academic All-Ivy, and Dartmouth Junior Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year nominee. After completing his formal education, Mosey took ice hockey seriously and played professionally. He played several matches in various leagues throughout the UK and US from 2015 to 2018. He was associated with Alumni Ventures Group during that time. It is a venture capital firm that grew tremendously with the hard work and assistance of Charlie Mosey.

Mosey played with Fife Flyers in the 2017-18 season and added his name to the winner’s list of the Fife Free Press’ Mirror of Merit trophy. During the match, he scored 15 goals and 21 assists.

Let us have a look at the career timeline of Charlie Mosey

  • 2014-15 (Junior)

During Mosey’s association with the Big Green, he played 31 games during his final season. Moreover, he was the one who scored a single goal against Yale. In addition, his hard work and expertise in the game helped him win a different match played against Sacred Heart.

  • 2013-14 (Junior)

Mosey played in almost every game for the Big Green. However, he could not play in two matches during a tournament. Nevertheless, Mosey recorded a new career-high score of 13 points and was among the top five players in the team. Moreover, he set a new career-high record of six goals in a single match.

  • 2012-13 (Sophomore)

Mosey reached the team’s top third-line centre and played in more than 30 matches. Moreover, he had five helpers in 18 ECAC Hockey games.

  • 2011-12 (Freshman)

Mosey played in 17 games during freshman year in his first season in Hanover. He scored well in his freshman years and recorded five assists for seven points. However, his first point was registered with the assistance of a helper at St.Lawrence.

Let us look at Charlie Mosey’s life before becoming a professional ice hockey player.

Before Dartmouth

Charlie Mosey completed high school in Burnsville. He played in 51 games during his school career and scored 35 points. All these achievements were recorded in the year 2010.

Personal

Steve and Pat Mosey were pregnant with a baby boy and welcomed him in Burnsville, Minn. They named him Charlie Mosey. Later, that baby boy became a professional ice hockey player and performed spectacularly in the rink. Little did Steve and Pat know that their son would have such a bright future.

When Mosey is away from the rink, he likes boating, fishing, and golf. Moreover, he prefers to solve Rubik’s cubes.

We all can take a lesson from Charlie Mosey’s career. If you like what you do, you can never stay behind in your life. Therefore, stay focused while you are involved in your favorite activity.


Personal Information
Date of birthSep 10, 1991Positionforward
Age 30 Height 183 cm / 6' 0"
Place of birth Prior Lake, MN ,USA Weight 91 kg / 201 lbs
High SchoolBurnsvilleShoots Right
NationUSAStatus Retired
logo

IMPORTANT

ABOUT US

PROMOTION

FAQ

PRIVACY POLICY

TERMS OF SERVICES

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

twitter.png
facebook.png
youtube.png
instagram.png
discord.png
telegram.png
twitch.png

WHY US

Instant Bonus on Signup

Instant Bonus on Signup

Play & Win

Play & Win

Engage with Influencers

Engage with Influencers

Safe & Secure

Safe & Secure

Our Payment Partners

paypal2.png
stripe.png

© 2022 LootMogul. All Rights Reserved. HQ: 3301 Ocean Park Blvd, Unit 205, Santa Monica, CA 90405

LootMogul is NOT AFFILIATED, AUTHORIZED, LICENSED OR ENDORSED by NBA (National Basketball Association), NFL (National Football League), MLB (Major League Baseball), NHL (National Hockey League), MLS (Major League Soccer), NCAA (National College Athletic Association) or any other professional and amateur organization.