UND’s Genoway will return to play senior season for the SiouxGRAND FORKS, N.D. – Chay Genoway has decided to return to the University of North Dakota for his senior season with a medical redshirt that has recently been granted.
By: By Brad Schlossman, Forum Communications Co., The Jamestown Sun
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Chay Genoway has decided to return to the University of North Dakota for his senior season with a medical redshirt that has recently been granted.
Genoway will officially announce his decision at a news conference scheduled for 1 p.m. today.
Genoway, a free agent, could have pursued free agent NHL offers, but for the second summer in a row, he decided to leave them on hold in order to play for the Sioux.
He will be a fifth-year senior in 2010-11.
The Morden, Man., native got off to a great start in 2009-10, scoring 10 points in the first nine games of the season, but suffered a concussion on an illegal hit in mid-November. He remained out the rest of the season, bothered by post-concussion problems.
His return means the Sioux will only graduate two seniors — forwards Chris VandeVelde and Darcy Zajac.
UND’s entire defensive corps is eligible to return next season as well as all-WCHA goalie Brad Eidsness and six of the team’s top seven scoring forwards.
Brad Schlossman is a reporter at the Grand Forks (N.D.) Herald, which is owned by Forum Communications Co.