The NAHL’s leading scorer, Logan Jenuwine (Romeo, 2016) announced his commitment to NCAA Arizona State University on Tuesday, this coming two years after the forward initially announced his commitment to Western Michigan University.
I'm very blessed and excited to announce my commitment to play college hockey and further my education at Arizona State University! I'd like to thank my family, friends, coaches, teammates, and most importantly God for making this possible!#SunDevils pic.twitter.com/QjSDXh49ig— Logan Jenuwine (@loganjenuwine) February 26, 2019
Jenuwine has 43 goals and 81 points in 46 games this season for the Amarillo Bulls and is set to join the No. 12-ranked Sun Devils next season. He enjoyed an impressive high school career at Romeo, scoring 118 goals and 233 points in three seasons, winning the Division-II state title as a senior.
In just its fourth season as a Division-I team, Arizona State has quickly become the darling of NCAA hockey currently ranked No. 12 in the country, growing the sport and the program in previously unfamiliar hockey regions. Jenuwine has a unique opportunity to join a young, up-and-coming program with a chance to help build the foundation for years to come.