Sixth Annual AHCA 'All-American Scholars' Announced for D I Hockey
523 D I Men and Women Recognized by the AHCA for 2021-22 Excellence
The American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) is once again recognizing varsity ice hockey players who compiled exceptional results in the classroom during the 2021-22 season with the announcement of the sixth annual “Krampade All-American Scholars.” To qualify, a student-athlete must have attained a 3.75 GPA for each semester, and had to appear in 40% of the team's games. Exceptions were granted to injured players and back-up goaltenders.
The names of 523 Division I men (283) and women (240) are being released today, their Division II-III counterparts having been previously announced. Of particular note are the following athletes who not only earned this academic status, but were also voted as CCM/AHCA All-Americans for their on-ice play. They are:
1st Team: Dryden McKay, SR G, Minnesota State; Zach Metsa, SR D, Quinnipiac University.
1st Team: Sophie Jaques, SR D, Ohio State; Theresa Schafzahl, SR F, Vermont.
2nd Team: Alina Mueller, SR F, Northeastern; Maureen Murphy, GR F, Northeastern; Emma Seitz, JR D, Yale.
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Schools not listed either did not submit names or were not paid members of the AHCA for the 2021-22 season. Should additional names come forward or corrections needed, a follow-up release will be issued.