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AHCA Men’s College Division All-Americans Named

Kragthorpe a Three-Time First Team Honoree

The American College Hockey Coaches Association has released its Division II/III (College Division) All-Amercians for the 2002-2003. Eight players named were on teams competing for the NCAA Division III Men’s Hockey Championship at Norwich this weekend.

Wisconsin-River Falls defenseman Adam Kragthorpe was named a first team All-Amercian for the third time. Norwich forward Kurtis McLean and St. Norbert forward and AHCA player of the year Maris Ziedins were also named to the first team last season.

East First Team

Goal:
Will Hamele, Sr., Fredonia

Defense:
Joe Carrabs, Jr., Oswego
Lou DiMasi, Jr., Norwich

Forward:
Travis Banga, Jr., New England Coll.
Kevin Cooper, Jr., Middlebury
Kurtis McLean, So., Norwich

West First Team

Goal:
Nathan Ziemski, Sr., Wisconsin-Superior

Defense:
Adam Kragthorpe, Sr., Wisconsin-River Falls
Steve Rodberg, Sr., Wisconsin-Superior

Forward:
Jaro Cesky, Sr., Augsburg
Jason Deitsch, So., St. Norbert
Maris Ziedins, Sr., St. Norbert

East Second Team

Goal:
Doug Kiselius, So., Trinity

Defense:
Peter Ollari, Sr., Plattsburgh
Nick Stauder, Sr., Salem State

Forward:
Brendon Hodge, Sr., Plattsburgh
Don Patrick, Jr., Oswego
Brian Yingling, Sr., Lebanon Valley

West Second Team

Goal:
Rick Gregory, Sr., St. John’s

Defense:
Treavor Peterson, Sr., Concordia
Ryan Tew, So., St. Norbert

Forward:
Colin Kendall, Sr., Wisconsin-Superior
Ryan Langenbrunner, Fr., St. John’s
Evan Stensrud, Sr., Wisconsin-River Falls


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