Six members of the 2018-19-William Smith College ice hockey team were named Krampade All-American Scholars by the American Hockey Coaches Association. This is the third year the AHCA has named All-American Scholars.
The AHCA Scholar All-American program recognizes varsity ice hockey players who had a minimum 3.6 grade point average in each semester and participated in at least 40 percent of their school’s games in the 2018-19 season. A total of 1,373 student-athletes received this honor across all divisions men and women.
The following Herons garnered the recognition this year:
Abbey Luth, undeclared
Laura Rollins, psychology and education
Egan Sachs-Hecht, biology
Gina Scibetta, media and society
Alison Weiss, biology
Olivia Williams, undeclared
Scibetta, Weiss and Williams earn Scholar All-American honors for the second straight year. Scibetta earned additional praise in the AHCA’s release because she was named a second team All-American as well.
William Smith finished the season with an 18-8-2 overall record and a 12-4-2 mark in the UCHC. The Herons won their first two playoff games in program history, advancing to the conference championship game. William Smith’s 18 overall wins and 12 conference wins are the most in the program’s five-year history.