Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Swystun and Korol Commit to Norwich University

Humboldt, SK. – Graduated Humboldt Bronco defenseman Connor Swystun and forward Michael Korol have committed to Norwich University (NCAA Div. III).

Swystun played for the Broncos over the course of 4 seasons and played 207 games in the green and gold. Over his career, he accumulated 18 goals, 56 assists and 147 penalty minutes.

Korol will not be returning for his final year of junior hockey and will start school next fall in Northfield, Vermont. Korol played 160 games with the Broncos, tallying 28 goals, 46 assists and 83 penalty minutes.

The Norwich Cadets recently captured the NCAA Division III Title. “We are very excited to have Michael and Connor coming to Norwich this fall. We are graduating three centers and two defensemen and looking for the boys to fill some big holes,” said Head Coach Mike McShane.

“Norwich is getting two premium student athletes, whose presence is going to be missed in our dressing room and our community. The Humboldt Broncos want to thank Connor and Michael, along with their families, for their contributions to our organization,” said Head Coach of the Broncos, Darcy Haugan, “We are extremely proud of their accomplishments on and off the ice and wish them nothing but the best of luck in their future endeavors.”