Owen Wheatley heads to Univeristy of Alberta-Augustana

The longest serving Wolverine, Owen Wheatley, has committed to play hockey next year at the University of Alberta-Augustana to play for the Vikings.

The defencemen from Abbotsford, British Columbia recently just finished up his third season with the Wolverines, where he finished up with 64 points in 125 games for the team.

This past season, he had to deal with some injuries that kept him out for a couple months, but he still put up his best points per game mark of his junior career, putting up 21 points in 34 games. That was good for second in defencemen scoring on the team.

Wheatley will be joining the Vikings team that has brought in a couple Wolverines players over the past few years (Leyton Smith and Gerrik Ripley).

The school is based out of Camrose, Alberta and the hockey team plays in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.

The Wolverines would like to congratulate Owen on joining the Vikings, and thank him for everything he has done for the organization and community over his time with the team.