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BEAUTS AGREE TO TERMS WITH THREE

By Buffalo Beauts Media Relations , 06/21/18, 1:16PM EDT

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (June 21, 2018) -- The Buffalo Beauts today announced the team has agreed to terms with forward Jordan Juron, defenseman Jacquie Greco and goaltender Julia DiTondo.

Juron (5’8”, 6/5/1994) returns for her second season with the Beauts after making her NWHL debut with the club last season. The Latham, New York native appeared in two games in 2017-18, finishing with a goal and an assist. Before joining the Beauts, Juron attended Boston University (Hockey East) from 2012 to 2016, recording 40 points (15+25) in 141 career contests.

“'I am so excited to be back on the ice for the Beauts for a full season,” Juron said. “Buffalo is my new home and I can't wait to make the fans proud.”

A native of Buffalo, the 2018-19 season will be Greco’s (5’7”, 5/30/1991) third as a member of the Beauts. Greco has three points (1+2) in 29 games for Buffalo over the last two seasons and has appeared in four playoff games. In 2017-18, she was the Beauts’ recipient of the NWHL Foundation Award, given annually to the players most actively applying the core values of hockey to their community. The Syracuse University (College Hockey America) alumna recorded 21 points (12+9) in 124 career games for the Orange and served as a tri-captain for the team during her senior season.

“I’m thrilled to be back playing for my hometown, Buffalo, in year three,” Greco said. “I know our team will feed off of the momentum from last season and finish with the outcome we want in 2019. I’m excited to play in front of the best fans in the league and to continue to inspire the next generations for our sport.”

DiTondo (5’10”, 10/3/1994) appeared in one preseason game for Buffalo last season, stopping all 13 shots she faced to earn a win. The Kenmore, New York native spent three seasons playing collegiately for Mercyhurst University (College Hockey America). During her career with the Lakers, she combined to go 5-2-0 with a .937 save percentage and a 1.33 goals-against average in 13 games.