Michigan’s Schueneman Confirms NCAA Division I Commitment


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Michigan’s Schueneman confirms NCAA Division I commitment January 11, 2013 6:57 AM

The Michigan Warriors, members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are proud to announce that Defenseman Corey Schueneman has verbally committed to continue his hockey career playing for Head Coach Andy Murray at Western Michigan University.

The Brighton, Michigan native is in his first season playing for the Michigan Warriors of the North American Hockey League, and coach Moe Mantha.

Head Coach Moe Mantha says “There is no doubt about Corey’s offensive contribution, but we are very proud of his development as an all-around defenseman, which will help his growth as he continues his career at Western Michigan University”. Mantha continued by saying he “is excited to see the continued development of his players, and that the Warriors Organization is extremely pleased for Corey. This is an excellent opportunity for him to continue his hockey career and education”.

Schueneman an offensive defenseman leads the Warriors in Defenseman scoring, with 5 goals, 9 assists for 14 points, and a +3 rating.

He joins former Warriors players Robert Tadazak (Army), Mike Szuma (University of Michigan), Justin Hoomaian (MSU), Joey Ferris (Connecticut), Ryan Trenz (NMU), and A.J. White (UMass-Lowell) as NCAA Division 1 Commitments.

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