AMARILLO, TX – A second member of the Amarillo Bulls is headed to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
The Bulls announced today (Monday) that forward Trey Bagwell has committed to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (DIII-WIAC), joining current forward Charlie Singerhouse. He is the 14th Amarillo Bulls player on the 2018-19 roster to make his NCAA plans.
Bagwell, a native of Phoenix Arizona, was originally acquired from the Aberdeen Wings in January of the 2017-18 season. In 85 career games, Bagwell had 23 goals and 27 assists for 60 points. Six of those goals were tallied on the power play.
“It’s been a dream of mine to play collegiate hockey since I was a kid,” said Bagwell. “I’m excited to attend Wisconsin-River Falls to further my academic and athletic careers.”
Amarillo Bulls Head Coach Rocky Russo was said the team is excited for Trey and his family.
“Congratulations to Trey on his commitment to River Falls.” Russo said. “He will be a great addition to the program and to the University. He is a good teammate that will bring a lot to the locker room for the team. We wish Trey the best of luck.”
Trey Bagwell (Wisconsin-River Falls) joins Jake Willets (Ferris State), Louis Helsen (RPI), Logan Jenuwine (Arizona State), Gabriel Seger (Union College), Brett Abdelnour (Army-West Point), Jason Grande (Bentley), Justin Evenson (Army-West Point), Nick Anderson (Colgate), Alex Peterson (Holy Cross), Brenden Datema (Michigan Tech), Jason Brancheau (Ferris State) and John Pesek (St. Thomas) as Bulls’ players on the 2018-19 roster to make their NCAA College Commitments.
The Amarillo Bulls offer a variety of season ticket packages available for the 10th anniversary season at the Budweiser Bull Pen in the Amarillo Civic Center. There are full, half, seven game and 10 game flex packs available that offer great benefits and perks to the fans. For further information on seat locations, payment plans, and pricing for the variety packages please visit www.amarillobulls.com or call 242-1122, visit 301 South Polk in the Amarillo Building.