Michigan, North Dakota both have four 2015-16 All-Americans

Yale’s Alex Lyon is a first-team All-American for the second straight season (photo: Rachel Lewis).

Four players earned a second straight spot on the All-America first team when the 2015-16 honorees were unveiled on Friday.

Yale goaltender Alex Lyon, Boston University defenseman Matt Grzelcyk, Providence defenseman Jake Walman and Harvard forward Jimmy Vesey all were named to the East first team for the second year in a row.

In the West, all 12 All-Americans across two teams were newcomers to the honor.

Here are the teams:

East first team

G Alex Lyon, jr., Yale
D Matt Grzelcyk, sr., Boston University
D Jake Walman, so., Providence
F Sam Anas, jr., Quinnipiac
F Andrew Poturalski, so., New Hampshire
F Jimmy Vesey, sr., Harvard

West first team

G Charlie Lindgren, jr., St. Cloud State
D Ethan Prow, sr., St. Cloud State
D Zach Werenski, so., Michigan
F Brock Boeser, fr., North Dakota
F Kyle Connor, fr., Michigan
F Tyler Motte, jr., Michigan

East second team

G Thatcher Demko, jr., Boston College
D Gavin Bayreuther, jr., St. Lawrence
D Rob O’Gara, sr., Yale
F Ryan Fitzgerald, jr., Boston College
F Mark Jankowski, sr., Providence
F Danny O’Regan, sr., Boston University

West second team

G Cam Johnson, so., North Dakota
D Will Butcher, jr., Denver
D Troy Stecher, jr., North Dakota
F Drake Caggiula, sr, North Dakota
F JT Compher, jr., Michigan
F Alex Petan, sr, Michigan Tech

Michigan and North Dakota tied for the most All-Americans with four each.

Junior was the most-represented class, with 10. There were eight seniors, four sophomores and two freshmen.