Second year forward Jeremiah Lebsack of the Oregon Tradesmen has announced his commitment to Waldorf University in Forest City, Iowa. Lebsack will begin his college career in the fall of 2021.
Graduating from Duluth Marshall High School in 2019, Lebsack began his Junior career with a short stint in the SIJHL before joining the Willmar WarHawks for 20 games. The 5’11 blueliner then joined coach Don Babineau with the Coulee Region Chill for the final 15 games of the 2019-20 NA3HL season.
Lesback followed Babineau in the offseason signing with the Oregon Tradesmen.
“Jeremiah is a good example of hard work and determination,” commented Babineau. “Lebsack has always had the goal of playing college hockey. He has put in the work, made the campus visit and signed with one of the top ACHA Division I teams in the upper midwest.”
🖊️ Welcome to another player who has followed @BabsCoach to Oregon for 2020 – Jeremiah Lebsack! A 2019 grad of @DuluthMarshall Lebsack notched eight points in 35 #NA3HL games last season. https://t.co/KzFJaJKta5 #TradesmenHockey pic.twitter.com/LKT6XrJpp1
— Oregon Tradesmen (@OregonTradesmen) April 23, 2020