DULUTH, Minn. – The NCHA has announced that 196 total student-athletes have been named all-academic including 37 of whom have earned their spot for the third time.
To earn a spot on the NCHA all-academic team a student-athlete must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.30, and hold at least a sophomore standing. As a result of needing to be a sophomore, a typical student-athlete can be named an all-academic team member three times during their career.
The Sabre men’s hockey had 14 student-athletes qualify for the all-academic team with seniors Clay Cross, Chris Deprez, Lawson MacDonald, and Brock Weston earning their third selection. The women had two student-athletes make the team highlighted by junior Mary Clark who was named to the team for the second time in her career.
The full release from the NCHA can be found at https://www.nchahockey.org/sports/mice/2019-20/articles/1920_NCHA_AA.
|Men’s All-NCHA Academic|
|Blaine Caton||Sophomore||First Time|
|Yuri Chernichko||Sophomore||First Time|
|Clay Cross||Senior||Third Time|
|Chris Deprez||Senior||Third Time|
|Tayor Derynck||Sophomore||First Time|
|Lawson MacDonald||Senior||Third Time|
|Anthony Orubor||Junior||First Time|
|Troy Ring||Sophomore||First Time|
|Davis Ross||Senior||First Time|
|Nolan Ross||Senior||First Time|
|Salvatore Scalise||Sophomore||First Time|
|Hunter Vorva||Senior||First Time|
|Nathan Walker||Sophomore||First Time|
|Brock Weston||Senior||Third Time|
|Women’s All-NCHA Academic|
|Mary Clark||Junior||Second Time|
|Leah Roames||Sophomore||First Time|