The AGHF would like to congratulate Logan Schumaker-Gromek, captain of the NJ Bandits (19U Diamond), on her commitment to further both her hockey career and education with the Stevenson University Mustangs. The Mustangs are a member of the NCAA Div. III and play in the UCHC conference.
Logan’s journey in the world of hockey has been nothing short of impressive. Currently leading the 19U Bandits in the AGHF’s competitive Diamond Division, Logan’s skills on the ice have not only earned her the captaincy but also caught the attention of collegiate scouts. Her commitment to Stevenson University is a testament to her dedication and prowess in the sport.
Before donning the Bandits jersey, Logan spent an impressive eight seasons with the NJ Colonials, honing her skills and establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with in the New Jersey hockey scene. Her time with the Colonials undoubtedly contributed to her growth as a player and leader, setting the stage for her impactful role with the Bandits.
Logan’s commitment to playing at the collegiate level not only highlights her individual achievements but also serves as an inspiration for aspiring young female hockey players. Her journey from the NJ Colonials to the 19U Bandits and now to Stevenson University is a testament to the opportunities available for dedicated and talented athletes in the world of women’s hockey.
As Logan prepares to embark on this exciting new chapter in her hockey career, the hockey community eagerly anticipates watching her continue to excel both on and off the ice at the collegiate level. Stevenson University is gaining not just a skilled defenseman but a leader who has proven herself in the competitive arena of girls’ hockey. Logan Schumaker-Gromek’s commitment is a moment of pride for the NJ Bandits, the AGHF, and the broader hockey community.
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