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Connor Rodericks Becomes First Men’s Ice Hockey Player in School History to Garner All-America Laurels

Connor Rodericks Becomes First Men’s Ice Hockey Player in School History to Garner All-America Laurels

GLOUCESTER, Mass. – Sophomore goalie Connor Rodericks (Buzzards Bay, Mass.) of the Connecticut College men's ice hockey team has been named a CCM/AHCA All-American, as announced by the American Hockey Coaches Association earlier today. He is the first player in program history to earn the recognition.

Rodericks, who also became the first Camel to be named the NESCAC Men's Ice Hockey Player of the Year last month, was named to the second team. The sophomore finished the 2018 campaign with a .937 save percentage and a 2.16 goals against average to go along with three shutouts. He also racked up 620 saves, which included turning away a career-high 50 shots in a 2-2 draw at Hamilton on Feb. 10.

Connecticut College recently completed a breakthrough season by ending the winter in second place in the NESCAC standings, which was its highest finish in program history. The Camels are slated to return more than 20 letterwinners next year, including Rodericks and their top three scorers.