Three Air Force players garnered all-Atlantic Hockey Conference honors, the league announced on Thursday with Falcons junior defenseman Phil Boje (15 league points) making the first team.
Junior forward Jordan Himley (24 points) was named to the second team, while sophomore goalie Shane Starrett made the third team.
Earlier Thursday, Starrett was named to the top-10 semifinalists list for the national Mike Richter Award, which recognizes the top Division 1 goalie along with AHC first-team honoree and senior Charles Williams (19-6-5, 1.69 goals against, .944 saves percentage) of Canisius and Army senior Parker Gahagen (16-11-4, 1.90 goals, .936 saves).
Starrett went 21-5-4 with 2.08 goals and .922 saves percentage during the regular season.
F – Brady Ferguson, Junior, Robert Morris
F – Max French, Senior, Bentley
F – Justin Danforth, Senior, Sacred Heart
D – Lester Lancaster, Sophomore, Mercyhurst
D – Phil Boje, Junior, Air Force
G – Charles Williams, Senior, Canisius
F – Ryan Schmelzer, Junior, Canisius
F – Derek Barach, Sophomore, Mercyhurst
F – Jordan Himley, Junior, Air Force
D – Cameron Heath, Sophomore, Canisius
D – Brady Norrish, Junior, RIT
G – Parker Gahagen, Senior, Army
F – Danny Lopez, Junior, Holy Cross
F – Daniel Leavens, Senior, Robert Morris
F – Dylan McLaughlin, Sophomore, Canisius
D – Spencer Trapp, Sophomore, Canisius
D – Eric Israel, Sophomore, Robert Morris
G – Shane Starrett, Sophomore, Air Force