The Muskegon Lumberjacks are proud to announce that Chris Klack has officially committed to play division one college hockey at Clarkson University, following his junior hockey career.
Klack announced his commitment via his personal twitter account stating “Very honoured and excited to announce my commitment to play D1 hockey for Clarkson University” - @ChrisKlack88.
The native of Georgetown Ontario, is currently in his second season in the United States Hockey League, and first with the Muskegon Lumberjacks, after being acquired from the Lincoln Stars in the summer. Klack has missed the last 13 games due to injury, however in the first 33 games of the season, the future Golden Knights forward registered three goals and 13 assists for a total of 16 points.
“Hockey is the only division one program there, and has a great rink with a great atmosphere,” said Klack, “I really like the small school feel with smaller classrooms that will allow me to develop relationships with me teachers during my four years there.” The 1997 birth year plans on receiving a business degree upon graduation.
The Muskegon Lumberjacks (20-21-5) next game is tomorrow, March 4th, when they travel to Wisconsin to take on the Green Bay Gamblers (26-13-6) for a weekend series at the Resch Center. The next Lumberjacks home game will be Friday, March 11th, when the Sioux City Musketeers (19-27-1) travel to Muskegon for a weekend series.
The Muskegon Lumberjacks are proud members of the United States Hockey League, the nation’s only Tier I junior hockey league and the leading producer of NCAA players and National Hockey League draft picks in the United States. The Lumberjacks’ organization prides itself on developing not just premier hockey talent, but also exceptional young men outside the arena of sports. For more information, visitwww.muskegonlumberjacks.com.
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