Bulls forward Iverson makes NCAA commitment
The North Iowa Bulls of the NA3HL are proud to announce that forward Wes Iverson has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Iverson, a forward from St. Louis Park, Minnesota, played with Minot of the NAHL before helping North Iowa to it's second straight USA Hockey National Championship game appearance.
In Minot, Wes had 18 points in 76 regular season games. In the 2013 playoffs for Minot, Iverson recorded 2 goals in 4 games and was +1. As a Bull, Wes was more prolific as a point getter, he notched 6 goals and 6 assists in 10 regular season games and was +10.
During the NA3HL playoffs, Iverson recorded 13 points on 5 goals and 8 assists and was +9. Wes was also productive at the 2014 USA Hockey National tournament scoring 3 goals and adding 2 assists in 4 games.
Terry Watkins, head coach of UW-Stout commented, "Wes is a player who plays with an edge and gets things done while keeping his opponents off their game. He's a bit of a disturber and we need that right now."
Coach Sanden remarked, "Wes came to us at a tough time for him. He could have went home at the deadline and been done with hockey for the year but he chose to come to North Iowa and are we ever glad he did. He made an immediate impact in our line up adding more skill to our depth."
The North Iowa Bulls wish to congratulate Wes on his NCAA commitment to UW-Stout and wish him the best of luck.