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Renwick commits to Alaska-Anchorage

(Submitted by Alex Hoegler, BCHL Communications)

One of the Nanaimo Clippers veterans will take a well-followed path to continue his hockey career at the collegiate level.

Forward Corey Renwick has committed to the University of Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA,) for the 2016-17 season.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound forward has played four seasons in the BCHL, scoring 18 goals and 60 points in 181 games. This season, he registered nine goals and 29 points, finishing eighth in team scoring.

The Nanoose Bay, B.C. native is currently the lone BCHLer committed to the Seawolves for the coming season but Alaska-Anchorage currently features 13 BCHL alums on their roster, tied with Quinnipiac for second most among NCAA Div. I programs (Michigan Tech has 14 BCHL grads this season).

The 13 Seawolves this season are Chase Van Allen, Eric Roberts, Tanner Johnson, Austin Azurdia, Jarrett Brown, Nathan and Jonah Renouf, Anthony Conti, Matt Anholt, Chris Williams, Jeremiah Luedtke, Cam Amantea and Oliver Mantha.

Renwick is one of 10 Clippers committed to joining an NCAA team, along with Nolan Aibel, Devin Brosseau, Matt Creamer, Lucas Finner, Gavin Gould, Edwin Hookenson, Matt Hoover, Yanni Kaldis and Sheldon Rempal.

Alaska-Anchorage plays in the WCHA, along with Alabama-Huntsville, Alaska, Bemidji State, Bowling Green, Ferris State, Lake Superior State, Michigan Tech, Minnesota State and Northern Michigan.