By @MichaelCaples –
As the snow falls in his home state of Michigan once again, Logan Jenuwine’s family and friends can start planning their getaways to a much warmer locale.
Jenuwine, the former Mr. Hockey winner with Romeo High School, has announced his commitment to Arizona State.
“I’m very excited for the opportunity to play college hockey at Arizona State University,” Jenuwine told MiHockey. “From their coaching staff and team to the great academics and hot weather, it was a no-brainer for me.”
The 20-year-old forward is leading the NAHL in scoring this season with his Amarillo Bulls club – Jenuwine has racked up 81 points in 46 games.
Jenuwine is in the midst of his third season of juniors after helping Romeo to its first high school state championship in 2016. He was named the 2016 recipient of the Mr. Hockey award, given to the top performer in high school hockey, shortly afterward. At the time, he told MiHockey that he would be going to Michigan State for business if hockey didn’t work out, but that he had a few skates lined up “so, we’ll see.”
Things worked out, indeed.
Jenuwine, who had previously been committed to Western Michigan, said he hopes to help other teams win titles in the near future as he continues chasing his hockey dreams.
“[Arizona State] has shown this year especially how good of a team they really are,” Jenuwine said, “and I’m blessed to be able to help them my next four years to try and win their first national championship.”