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August 29, 2019
AHCA "All American Scholars" Announced For D II-III Hockey
Total of 936 Division II-III Hockey Players Recognized by the AHCA for 2018-19 Excellence
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The American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) is once again recognizing varsity ice hockey players who attained a 3.6 GPA each semester and participated in 40% of their school's games in the 2018-19 season as "Krampade All American Scholars." The names of 936 Division II-III men and women are being released today, a month after 497 of their Division I counterparts were announced. A small number of waivers to the 40% participation requirement was granted due to injury or for back-up goaltenders.

"The list of honorees represents the best of the NCAA, student-athletes who excel on and off the ice," said AHCA Executive Director Joe Bertagna. "The sport demands a great deal from these athletes so it is a great statement they make, individually and collectively, with their ability to attain this level of academic achievement."

The following "All American Scholars" from the Division III ranks should be singled out as they also attained AHCA/CCM All American status on the ice:

Men's First Team CCM All American
Oscar Arfelt, Senior Defenseman, Manhattanville

Women's First Team CCM All American
Katie Granato, Senior Forward, Elmira
Kenzie Tarpy, Senior Goaltender, St. Thomas

Men's Second Team CCM All American
Tyler Bossert, Sophomore Forward, Concordia College
Braden Hellems, Senior Defenseman,Adrian
Eddie Matsushima, Senior Forward, UW-Stevens Point
Tim Sestak, Junior Goaltender, Wesleyan

Women's Second Team CCM All American
Meghhan Halloran, Sophomore Forward, Williams
Callie Hoff, Sophomore Forward, UW-River Falls
Jenna Marotta, Senior Defenseman, Middlebury
Gina Scibetta, Junior Forward, William Smith
Leah Schwartzman, Senior Forward, Hamline
Lexi Thomeczek, Junior Goaltender, St. Scholastica

Men's Third Team CCM All American
Tom Aubrun, Junior Goaltender, Norwich

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Please click on the following links for the list of honorees from NCAA Men's and Women's Division II-III ice hockey (listed by 2018-19 conference affilation.)

2018-19 DII-III Krampade All American Scholars (PDF Format)
2018-19 DII-III Krampade All American Scholars (Excel Format)