Michigan hockey adds experience to the 2017-18 roster with three players

New Michigan head coach Mel Pearson added some experience to his 2017-18 roster this season with Alex Roos and Luke Morgan along with incoming freshman Jack Becker.

Pearson enters his first season as the head coach at Michigan with another strong recruiting class for the program and added three more players to that stellar incoming class. One of the notable additions to this year’s incoming class is Alex Roos. Transferring to Michigan from Colorado College as a graduate transfer, Roos played in 105 games at Colorado and notched 28 points (15 goals, 13 assists).

Another addition is Luke Morgan, who is transferring to Michigan from Lake Superior State. Morgan had 22 points (7 goals, 15 assists) in 36 games for the Lakers.

Jack Becker will be the third forward to join the Wolverines along with Roos and Morgan. Becker will be entering his first season at Michigan and joining seven more highly touted freshman. He played the past season with the Sioux Falls Stampede. The 6-foot-3 forward had 28 points (16 goals, 12 assists) in 49 games.

Roos, Morgan and Becker will all compete to be a starter at Michigan but each player possesses skills that will fit into the style of hockey that Pearson has built at Michigan Tech and brought to the Wolverines.

Michigan opens the season on Friday September 30 at Yost against Western Ontario.