Green Bay Gamblers defenseman Scott Czarnowczan has committed to play collegiate hockey at Ferris State University following his USHL career.
Playing in his first USHL season, the native of Macomb, Michigan has collected eight points (8a) in 21 games for the Gamblers. He ranks third on the club with a plus-nine rating. Czarnowczan, 18, recorded an assist in his USHL debut on October 3rd, and then collected an assist in his second League game on October 9th.
The Ferris State University Bulldogs are a member of the CCHA and currently have nine former USHL players on the roster this season; Scott Wietecha (Cedar Rapids RoughRiders), Chad Billins (Waterloo Black Hawks), Aaron Schmit (Chicago Steel), Cody Chupp (Waterloo Black Hawks), Matt Case (Green Bay Gamblers), Eric Alexander (Lincoln Stars), Zach Redmond (Sioux Falls Stampede), Mike Embach (Indiana Ice), and Brett Wysopal (Tri-City Storm).
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