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NCAA | April 7, 2017

Vecchione, Aston-Reese headline 2016-17 All-American teams

  Zach Aston-Reese scored 31 goals and recorded 63 points for Northeastern this season.

The 2016-17 NCAA hockey All-American teams were announced Friday night, a day before the Frozen Four title game between Denver and Minnesota Duluth is to be played. Six student-athletes were selected to each of the first- and second-team East and West squads, with the exception of a third defenseman on the second-team All-East.

2016-17 CCM/AHCA All-Americans:

First Team East

G: Charles Williams, Canisius

D: Adam Fox, Harvard

D: Charlie McAvoy, Boston University

F: Zach Aston-Reese, Northeastern

F: Spencer Foo, Union

F: Mike Vecchione, Union

First Team West

G: Michael Bitzer, Bemidji State

D: Will Butcher, Denver

D: Tucker Poolman, North Dakota

F: Henrik Borgstrom, Denver

F: Alex Iafallo, Minnesota Duluth

F: Tyler Sheehy, Minnesota

Second Team East

G: Kyle Hayton, St. Lawrence

D: Gavin Bayreuther, St. Lawrence

D: Jake Walman, Providence

D: Dylan Zink, UMass Lowell

F: Anders Bjork, Notre Dame

F: Tyler Kelleher, New Hampshire

F: Alexander Kerfoot, Harvard

Second Team West

G: Tanner Jaillet, Denver

D: Daniel Brickley, Minnesota State

D: Luc Snuggerud, Omaha

F: Mason Jobst, Ohio State

F: Luke Kunin, Wisconsin

F: Austin Ortega, Omaha

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