Denver has three players on 2016-17 All-American teams

Harvard freshman Adam Fox was a first-team All-American (photo: Melissa Wade).

Defensemen Will Butcher of Denver, Gavin Bayreuther of St. Lawrence and Jake Walman of Providence repeated as All-Americans when the 2016-17 teams were announced on Friday.

Butcher, the Hobey Baker Award winner, was a first-team West selection after he made the second team last year.

Bayreuther and Walman were second-team picks in the East. Walman was on the first team last season; Bayreuther was on the second team.

Denver had three players honored across the two teams, while Harvard, Omaha, St. Lawrence and Union had two each.

The full 2016-17 All-American teams, as announced by the American Hockey Coaches Association:

First Team West

G Michael Bitzer, jr., Bemidji State
D Will Butcher, sr., Denver
D Tucker Poolman, jr., North Dakota
F Henrik Borgstrom, fr., Denver
F Alex Iafallo, sr., Minnesota Duluth
F Tyler Sheehy, so., Minnesota

First Team East

G Charles Williams, sr., Canisius
D Adam Fox, fr., Harvard
D Charlie McAvoy, so., Boston University
F Zach Aston-Reese, sr., Northeastern
F Spencer Foo, jr., Union
F Mike Vecchione, sr., Union

Second Team West

G Tanner Jaillet, jr., Denver
D Daniel Brickley, so., Minnesota State
D Luc Snuggerud, jr., Omaha
F Mason Jobst, so., Ohio State
F Luke Kunin, so., Wisconsin
F Austin Ortega, sr., Omaha

Second Team East

G Kyle Hayton, jr., St. Lawrence
D Gavin Bayreuther, sr., St. Lawrence
D Jake Walman, jr., Providence
D Dylan Zink, sr., UMass Lowell
F Anders Bjork, jr., Notre Dame
F Tyler Kelleher, sr., New Hampshire
F Alexander Kerfoot, sr., Harvard