Flying Aces forward Neumann makes college commitment
February 18, 2015
The Minnesota Flying Aces, proud members of the NA3HL, are pleased to announce that forward Blake Neumann (New Ulm, Minnesota) has committed to play ACHA Hockey at Midland University. Midland is a proud member of American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division 1 and is located in Fremont, Nebraska.
“Blake is as solid a hockey player as he is a human being,” said Flying Aces Head Coach Jim Jensen. “He is a leader on and off the ice, a great guy, and one of the hardest working hockey players I have had the pleasure to coach. He has earned every good thing that comes his way.”
Neumann, 20, is currently the 4th leading scorer for the Flying Aces with 30 points (11G, 19A) in 41 games played this season. Following a trade from Breezy Point where he played 16 games, Neumann scored 23 points (7G, 16A) in 25 games for the Flying Aces.
This is Neumann’s second season in the NA3HL, as he spent all of the last season with Breezy Point. In 88 career NA3HL games he has recorded 48 points. He is also currently riding a three-game point streak.
Prior to his time in the NA3HL, Neumann played high school hockey in Minnesota for New Ulm High School.