Sheridan forward Schwartzmiller makes NCAA commitment
The Sheridan Hawks of the NA3HL are pleased to announce that forward Justin Schwartzmiller has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey for Concordia University in Wisconsin.
Schwartzmiller, 20, just completed his third and final season of playing junior hockey in the NA3HL. This past season, the 5’9/185 lbs. native of Fond du Lac, WI, was 4th in team scoring for the NA3HL’s regular season champion Hawks with 58 points (34 goals, 24 assists) in 38 games played.
He also chipped in eight points in eight Fraser Cup Playoff games as the Hawks made it to the Fraser Cup Semi-Finals.
“I’m excited and honored to announce my commitment to further my education and play Division 3 hockey at Concordia University of Wisconsin. Thank you to family, friends, teammates and coaches who have helped me along this road,” said Schwartzmiller on Twitter.
Schwartzmiller’s best career season came in 2019-20, when he posted 71 points in just 31 games played for the Hawks.
During his rookie season in 2018-19, he played in 47 games for the Wisconsin Whalers and recorded 57 points. He also was selected to and played in the 2019 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament that season for the Central Division team, scoring six points in three games.
Overall in his three-year NA3HL career, Schwartzmiller appeared in 116 career regular season games and had 186 career points.