The Waterloo Black Hawks announced that forward Brandon Salerno has committed to play Division I college hockey at the University of Alabama-Huntsville following his USHL career.
Salerno has chipped in five points (3g, 2a) in 31 games for the first-place Black Hawks this season. He started the season by scoring the game-winning goal in the 3-2 victory over the Chicago Steel in the season opener for Waterloo on September 21st. It is the second season in the USHL for the 18-year-old native of Toronto, Ontario after he put up 21 points (6g, 15a) in 59 games for Waterloo last year. He was also part of the Black Hawks team that captured a silver medal at the 2012 Junior Club World Cup in Omsk, Russia.
Dubuque Fighting Saints forward Max McHugh is also committed to the University of Alabama-Huntsville. The school is a new member of the WCHA and has five USHL alumni on the roster this season; Frank Misuraca (Lincoln Stars), Brandon Carlson (Dubuque/Lincoln/Fargo/Des Moines), Alex Carpenter (Tri-City/Chicago), Cody Marooney (Sioux City Musketeers), and C.J. Groh (Waterloo Black Hawks). In addition, head coach Mike Corbett both played in the USHL for the Madison Capitols (1990-92) and served on the coaching staff for the Sioux Falls Stampede in 2001-02.
USHL stats – Brandon Salerno
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 12th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2013-14. A record 32 players were chosen in the 2013 NHL Draft and more than 300 players on team rosters last season have committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent. For more information, visit us on the web at www.USHL.com or visit the League’s social media platforms, including Facebook (www.facebook.com/ushlhockey), twitter (www.twitter.com/ushl), and YouTube (www.youtube.com/ushlinteractive). Fans can also watch USHL action all season long, live or on-demand via FASTHockey (ushl.fasthockey.com).
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