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Seven Green Knights Lauded by NCHA

From Asst. AD/Athletics Communications, February 28, 2019 | Men's Hockey
by Dan Lukes, dan.lukes@snc.edu, (920) 403-4077

DE PERE - St. Norbert College had five men's hockey players selected to the 2019 All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association team and two chosen to the NCHA All-Freshman team as announced by the conference office.

Senior forwards Riley Christensen and Roman Uchyn, junior forward Dominick Sacco, sophomore defenseman Luke Davison and senior goaltender T.J. Black were All-NCHA selection. Freshman forward Peyton Frantti and freshman defenseman Brendon Gysbers were named to the All-Freshman team.

Gysbers was named NCHA Co-Freshman of the Year with Trine University forward Garrett Hallford. St. Norbert coach Tim Coghlin was named NCHA Coach of the Year for the eighth time.

Black, a Wheaton, Ill., native, was named to the All-NCHA team for the third consecutive season. Black is 20-4-2 this season with a 1.63 goals against average and .928 save percentage. He has fashioned six shutouts.

Christensen, a De Pere native, leads the Green Knights in scoring with 12 goals and 19 assists for 31 points. He has five power-play goals and three game-winning goals.

Davison, a De Pere native, has two goals and 20 assists for 22 points. An All-Freshman team choice a year ago, Davison has one game-winning goal this season.

Sacco, a Brooklyn, N.Y., native, has 11 goals and 16 assists for 27 points. He has one power-play goal, two shorthanded goals and two power-play goals on the year.

Uchyn, a Chicago, Ill., native, has totaled 13 goals and 15 assists for 28 points. Uchyn has found twine six times on the power play this season.

Frantti, a Spring Grove, Ill., native, has a team-high 14 goals with 11 assists for 25 points. He has a team-high seven power-play goals with three game-winning goals.

Gysbers, a Fond du Lac native, leads the blueliners with four goals and a team-high 22 assists for 26 points.

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