BOSTON — Minnesota State goalie Dryden McKay was named an All-American by the American Hockey Coaches Association for the third time in his career.
McKay was one of five players returning from a previous appearance on an All-American team when they were unveiled on Friday.
Harvard forward Nick Abruzzese was honored in 2020 while Massachusetts forward Bobby Trivigno, Western Michigan defenseman Ronnie Attard and Army West Point forward Colin Bilek all were included in 2021.
Minnesota State, UMass and Northeastern all had three first-team selections.
Here are the teams, broken down by region:
Goalie Devon Levi, sophomore, Northeastern
Defenseman Zach Metsa, senior, Quinnipiac
Defenseman Scott Morrow, freshman, Massachusetts
Forward Nick Abruzzese, junior, Harvard
Forward Aidan McDonough, senior, Northeastern
Forward Bobby Trivigno, senior, Massachusetts
Goalie Dryden McKay, senior, Minnesota State
Defenseman Ronnie Attard, junior, Western Michigan
Defenseman Jake Sanderson, sophomore, North Dakota
Forward Matty Beniers, sophomore, Michigan
Forward Bobby Brink, junior, Denver
Forward Nathan Smith, junior, Minnesota State
Goalie Yaniv Perets, sophomore, Quinnipiac
Defenseman Jordan Harris, senior, Northeastern
Defenseman Henry Thrun, junior, Harvard
Forward Colin Bilek, senior, Army West Point
Forward Jack McBain, senior, Boston College
Forward Ryan Tverberg, sophomore, Connecticut
Goalie Ryan Fanti, junior, Minnesota Duluth
Defenseman Luke Hughes, freshman, Michigan
Defenseman Owen Power, sophomore, Michigan
Forward Ethen Frank, senior, Western Michigan
Forward Brian Halonen, senior, Michigan Tech
Forward Ben Meyers, junior, Minnesota