By: E Koehler, nusteelhockey.com
The New Ulm Steel is proud to announce that forward Luc Kreuser has committed to play hockey at Concordia University Wisconsin.
“I’m just thankful for the opportunity and very excited to get started,” Kreuser said.
Kreuser, a native of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, played with the Steel for three seasons, where he played in a total of 150 games and tallied 54 goals and 100 assists. He has been a key player in the Steel’s successful past three seasons, serving this past year as alternate captain.
“I’d like to thank my family and teammates and, of course, the Steel organization for everything they’ve done for me,” Kreuser said.
The 6’0”/165 lb forward ended each season at, or near, the top in scoring, assists and total points for the Steel and was also selected and participated in the 2016 and 2017 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament.
Prior to his time with the Steel, Kreuser, 20, played four seasons at Wisconsin Rapids High School and nine combined games with the former Minnesota Junior Hockey League’s Central Wisconsin Saints and Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings.