Two CCHA Players Named to the Inside College Hockey All-American First Team

By pbadmin

CCHA also claims two spots on the All-Rookie Team

CCHA Press Release

Farmington Hills, Mich. — Miami defenseman Andy Greene and Nebraska-Omaha forward Scott Parse were each named first-team members of the Inside College Hockey All-American team. Also representing the CCHA on the All-Rookie team are Michigan’s Jack Johnson and Michigan State’s Jeff Lerg.

Andy Greene, a senior defenseman from Trenton, Mich., captained Miami to the regular-season CCHA title for the first time since 1992-93. This season, Greene became the first player in league history to earn both CCHA Offensive and Defensive Defenseman of the Year.

Scott Parse, a junior forward from Portage, Mich., earned CCHA Player of the Year honors after leading Nebraska-Omaha to its first NCAA tournament appearance. His 61 points were tops in the CCHA this season and he was the first player in the nation to reach the 50 and 60-point plateaus.

Jack Johnson, a defenseman from Ann Arbor, Mich., led both the CCHA and the nation in scoring among rookie defensemen with 32 points. He also finished seventh among all defensemen in the nation with a .84 points-per-game average.

Jeff Lerg, a goaltender from Livonia, Mich., was in net as Michigan State won the Mason Cup as CCHA Playoff Champions. Lerg finished third among all goalies in the nation with a 1.96 goals-against average.


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            FIRST TEAM

            Pos.-Player, School                         Yr.            Hometown

            G-Brian Elliott, Wisconsin                    Jr.            Newmarket, Ontario

            D-Matt Carle, Denver                         Jr.            Anchorage, Alaska

            D-Andy Greene, Miami                   Sr.            Trenton, Mich.

            F-Chris Collins, Boston College            Sr.            Fairport, N.Y.

            F-Scott Parse, Nebraska-Omaha     Jr.            Portage, Mich.

            F-Ryan Potulny, Minnesota                  Jr.            Grand Forks, N.D.


            SECOND TEAM

            Pos.-Player,             School               Yr.            Hometown

            G-Cory Schneider, Boston College         So.           Marblehead, Mass.

            D-Tom Gilbert, Wisconsin                     Sr.            Bloomington, Minn.

            D-Mike Madill, St. Lawrence                Sr.            Kirkland, Quebec

            F-Greg Moore, Maine                           Sr.            Lisbon, Maine

            F-Joe Pavelski, Wisconsin                     So.            Plover, Wis.

            F-Brett Sterling, Colorado College          Sr.            Pasadena, Calif.


            THIRD TEAM

            Pos.-Player,             School                Yr.            Hometown

            G-Bobby Goepfert, St. Cloud State         Jr.            Kings Park, N.Y.

            D-Alex Goligoski, Minnesota                 So.            Grand Rapids, Minn.

            D-Peter Harrold, Boston College           Sr.            Kirtland Hills, Ontario

            F-Tyler McGregor, Holy Cross              Sr.            Ajax, Ontario

            F-Drew Stafford, North Dakota             Jr.            Faribault, Minn.

            F-T.J. Trevelyan, St. Lawrence             Sr.            Mississauga, Ontario






            Pos.-Player, School                         Yr.            Hometown

            G-Jeff Lerg, Michigan State           Fr.            Livonia, Mich.

            D-Jack Johnson, Michigan             Fr.            Ann Arbor, Mich.

            D-Brett Motherwell, Boston College    Fr.            St. Charles, Ill.

            F-Phil Kessel, Minnesota                     Fr.            Madison, Wis.

            F-T.J. Oshie, North Dakota                 Fr.            Warroad, Minn.

            F-Brandon Yip, Boston University       Fr.            Maple Ridge, B.C.