Five members of the 2019-20 Hobart College ice hockey team were named Krampade All-American Scholars by the American Hockey Coaches Association. This is the fourth year the AHCA has named All-American Scholars.
The AHCA Scholar All-American program recognizes varsity ice hockey players who had a minimum 3.75 grade point average for the fall semester and participated in at least 40 percent of their school’s games in the 2019-20 season. A total of 1,384 student-athletes received this honor across all divisions, men and women.
The following Statesmen garnered this recognition:
- Sophomore PA Martineau, undeclared
- Junior Garrett McGowan, economics and mathematics major
- Junior Alec Robitaille, biochemistry and mathematics major
- Junior Travis Schneider, psychology major
- Junior Mitchell Spring, economics major
Schneider and Spring earned the honor for the third straight year and Martineau was named to the team for the second time.
Hobart concluded the season with a 20-5-3 overall record and a 12-4-2 mark in the NEHC. The Statesmen were ranked sixth in the final USCHO.com poll of the season. Hobart earned its sixth consecutive and 10th overall invitation to the NCAA Division III Men’s Ice Hockey Championship. Before taking the ice against Adrian in the first round, the tournament was cancelled due to the pandemic.