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Stampeders’ Jameson Commits to University of Manitoba Bisons

Submitted by Swan Valley Stampeders

The Swan Valley Stampeders are proud to announce that Forward Keaton Jameson  has committed to play with the University of Manitoba Bisons. 

Keaton Jameson started his playing career in 2015 with the Swan Valley Stampeders where he became a strong voice in the locker room, amongst his teammates, and on the bench. Keaton Jameson, who hails from Brandon Manitoba lead by example as the 6’0” 190lbs forward scored 46 goals and added 75 assists in 169 games with the Swan Valley Stampeders. 

“The University of Manitoba will give me the opportunity to further my education and hockey career,” said Keaton Jameson. “It made sense for me to stay close to home and be able to get a great education for a reasonable price! They are a top team in a very competitive division, which is exciting to be a part of.”

“Keaton Jameson played a style of hockey that brought everyone to the edge of their seat,” said Head Coach and General Manager Taurean White. “He was a passionate player who played at a high level each and every night. Keaton will be continuing his hockey career at the U of M and we are thrilled to be apart of his hockey career. We wish him nothing but absolute success at the next level where he plans to start in the very near future.” 

Head Coach and General Manager Taurean White continues to provide a very positive atmosphere in Swan River, one  that allows the players to stay focused and committed to their long term goals of making it to the next level. 

The entire Swan Valley Stampeder Organization would like to congratulate Keaton Jameson on his recent commitment to play college hockey with the University of Manitoba Bisons.