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AHCA Division III All-Americans Named

Aronson First-Teamer For Third Straight Year

The American Hockey Coaches Association, in conjunction with Jofa, has announced the 1999-2000 College Division (Division III) All-American teams, and forward Steve Aronson of St. Thomas led the squad as a first-team All-American for the third straight year. RIT forward Pat Staerker made one of the teams for the third straight season; he was second-team two seasons ago and a first-team member last season.

David Haimson of Williams and Marc Bellemare of Division III champion Norwich repeat as first-team members.

AHCA/Jofa Division III All-American Teams

First Team – West
Bryan Howard, Concordia, Jr. Goaltender
Tommy Cianflone, St. Norbert, Jr. Defense
Rob Gramer, Concordia, Sr. Defense
Kevin Adam, Bethel, Sr. Forward
Steve Aronson, St. Thomas, Sr. Forward
Ryan Maxson, UW-Stevens Point, Jr. Forward

First Team – East
David Haimson, Williams, Sr. Goaltender
Ben Barnett, Middlebury, Sr. Defense
Mike Ludwar, Norwich, Sr. Defense
Keith Aucoin, Norwich, Jr. Forward
Marc Bellemare, Norwich, Sr. Forward
Curt Goldman, Middlebury, Sr. Forward

Second Team – West
Bobby Gould, UW-Stevens Point, So. Goaltender
Jared Gustafson, Bethel, Jr. Defense
Mike McMahon, St. Thomas, Jr. Defense
Brian Bolf, St. Thomas, Sr. Forward
Jeff Glowa, UW-Superior, Jr. Forward
Adam Sedgwick, St. Norbert, Jr. Forward

Second Team – East
Lou Mastromarino, Salem State, Sr. Goaltender
Brian Collom, Southern Maine, Sr. Defense
Bryan Murray, Plattsburgh, Jr. Defense
John Giannacopoulos, Middlebury, Sr. Forward
Jeff Paluseo, Plattsburgh, Sr. Forward
Pat Staerker, RIT, Sr. Forward


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