Seventeen members of the Hobart College hockey team were named to the 2019-20 New England Hockey Conference All-Academic Team. This is the second straight year and fifth time since 2005 that 17 Statesmen have appeared on a conference’s all-academic team.
To be eligible for all-academic recognition, a student must carry a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average and have completed one full year at his institution.
The following Statesmen earned a spot on the all-academic team:
- Sophomore Chase Bell, undeclared
- Sophomore Blake Coffey, economics major
- Senior Julien Denicourt, economics major
- Sophomore Joe Halstrom, economics major
- Senior Will Harrison, economics major
- Junior Andrew Longo, economics and history major
- Junior Ryan Lynch, economics major
- Sophomore PA Martineau, undeclared
- Senior Lawson MacDougall, economics and international relations major
- Junior Garrett McGowan, economics and mathematics major
- Junior Alec Robitaille, biochemistry and mathematics major
- Junior Travis Schneider psychology major
- Junior TJ Schultz, economics and history major
- Sophomore Dan Sliney, undeclared major
- Junior Mitchell Spring, economics major
- Senior Zach Sternbach, economics major
- Senior Joey Teresi, economics and French and Francophone studies major
Denicourt, MacDougall and Sternbach earned all-academic recognition for the third year in a row. Longo, Lynch Robitaille, Schneider, Schultz and Spring garnered NEHC All-Academic honors for the second straight year.
Hobart concluded the season with a 20-5-3 overall record and a 12-4-2 mark in NEHC play. It was the Statesmen’s fifth 20-win season in the last six years. Hobart was ranked sixth in the final USCHO.com poll and PairWise rankings. The Statesmen were awarded an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament. It was Hobart’s six straight tournament berth, the longest active streak in Division III.