Recruiting: Mr. Hockey winner Logan Jenuwine commits to Western Michigan

Photo by Andrew Knapik/MiHockey

Photo by Andrew Knapik/MiHockey

 

By @StefanKubus –

“I hope to keep playing hockey.”

That’s what Logan Jenuwine said in an interview with MiHockey when asked what was next for him after being named Mr. Hockey in 2016.

Since, he has not only kept those hopes alive – Jenuwine is a forward for the USHL’s Waterloo Black Hawks – but has turned them into a collegiate opportunity. The Romeo native has committed to play for former NHL coach Andy Murray at Western Michigan.

“The main reason I picked Western Michigan is because of the great coaches,” Jenuwine told MiHockey today. “I’m extremely excited to play for Coach Murray and his staff. I can’t wait to be playing at the college level and for an amazing college and campus in my home state.”

Jenuwine, 18, has posted a pair of points in 19 games with Waterloo. Prior to joining the junior ranks, Jenuwine led Romeo to its first MHSAA state crown in 2016 after posting 46 goals and 96 points in 30 games for his high school squad.

More on Jenuwine:

Logan Jenuwine named Mr. Hockey; Allison Stapleton crowned Miss Hockey

MAG: ‘You Should Know’ Logan Jenuwine