Breezy Point defenseman Anderholm makes NCAA commitment
March 5, 2015
The Breezy Point North Stars, proud members of the NA3HL, are pleased to announce that defenseman Jack Andeholm has committed to play NCAA Hockey at Saint Mary’s University in Minnesota. Saint Mary’s is a NCAA Division III program that plays in the MIAC conference.
Andeholm, 20, is a native of Holmen, Wisconsin and is in his second full season in the NA3HL. In 41 games this season, with both Breezy Point and the Minnesota Flying Aces, Anderholm (6’4/200) had two goals and 15 assists for a total of 17 points. 11 of those points came with the North Stars during the final 27 games of the season. He also racked up 144 penalty minutes.
Last season, Anderholm played the entire year with the Flying Aces, recording 11 points in 47 games. In his NA3HL career, Anderholm has played in 88 career games with 28 points.
"I would like to thank everyone in the Breezy Point organization for everything they've done for me leading up to my decision to play at Saint Mary's University. I would especially like to thank Coach Worlton for making me a better hockey player and helping me also to become a better man. I could not be more excited to play for Coach Bill Moore,” said Anderholm.
"We traded for Jack Anderholm mid-season and I knew we were getting a good hockey player, but I must say Jack blew my expectations at of the water with his team first attitude and a great work ethic,” said Worlton. “As the first NCAA commit coming from Breezy Point we would like to wish Jack a great four years and also thank him for being a great North Star.”