NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX – The Texas Brahmas are excited to announce that forward Michael Redmon has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey at Augsburg University.
Redmon joined the Brahmas during the 2017-18 season after spending time with the Nashville Jr. Predators in the NA3HL and Winkler Flyers in MJHL.
During the season and a half the Ann Arbor, Michigan native wore the purple and black, Redmon made an immediate impact as a scorer. In 71 career games for the Texas Brahmas, the soon-to-be Auggie racked up 96 points on 42 goals and 54 assists.
It came as no surprise that Redmon saved his best season for last with 53 points on 32 goals and 21 assists in 37 games this season on the way to a Fraser Cup championship.
“With the support of the Brahmas organization as a whole, the billet families, kids, coaching staff and fans, they made the feeling of achieving the end goal that much greater,” Redmon said. I could not be more thankful for my experience in Texas and being part of Brahmas organization.”
The only way to follow up a championship for a coach is when he can see one of his players, who worked hard both on and off the ice, make a college commitment. The same goes for Texas Brahmas head coach, Ryan Anderson.
“Augsburg couldn’t be getting a better all-around person to be joining their club,” Anderson said. “We are very proud of Redmon’s accomplishments and look forward to seeing him be successful during his collegiate career.”
The forward now prepares to chase new goals at Augsburg University, which was an easy commitment to make. It wasn’t just the hockey culture Redmon loved. He fell in love with the school, where he plans to study international business, the first time he stepped on campus.