Jordan Randall Announces Commitment to University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
The Aberdeen Wings are proud to announce that forward Jordan Randall has announced his commitment to play Division III hockey for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
The 21-year-old Maple Grove, MN native spent two seasons with the Wings, scoring 25 goals with 37 assists (62 points) in 113 games played.
During the 2016-2017 season, while playing for the Omaha Lancers16U team, Randall lead the NAPHL in goals and was named to the NAPHL 16U Second All-Star Team.
Randall announced his commitment Friday.
"I am extremely excited to announce my commitment to the UW- Eau Claire! Thank you to all my friends, family and coaches who helped who helped me along the way! #RollGolds"
"Jordan has been a great wing for two seasons," Wings head coach and general manager Scott Langer said. "He is a player that likes to compete every night. Jordan's ability to play a heavy game will allow him to be successful at the next level" Wings Head Coach/GM Scott Langer
UW Eau Claire is located in Eau Claire Wisconsin. They play NCAA DIII Hockey out of the WIAC. Randall follows former Wings players Max Salpeter & Brendan Riordan playing for the Blue & Gold.
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