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2015 College Hockey All-Americans Announced

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Denver senior Joey LaLeggia, a second team All-American in 2014, earned a first team All-American this season.
Denver senior Joey LaLeggia, a second team All-American in 2014, earned a first team All-American this season.
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24 players are now college hockey All-Americans for the 2014-15 season.

The American Hockey Coaches Association announced Friday the full first and second All-American teams, split by East and West. Four players - Joey LaLeggia, Mike Reilly, Jon Gillies and Colton Parayko - are repeat winners while Miami's Austin Czarnik earned his third All-American honor.

Five schools - Boston University, Denver, Michigan, Minnesota State and Yale - each had two players honored.

All three Hobey Baker finalists were also named All-Americans. Boston University freshman Jack Eichel, who also won the Tim Taylor Award as national rookie of the year, and Harvard junior Jimmy Vesey were named to the East first team. North Dakota junior goaltender Zane McIntyre was named to the West second team.

In addition to the All-American honors, Penn State redshirt senior goaltender P.J. Musico earned the Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award. Wisconsin women's redshirt senior Brittany Ammerman won the Hockey Humanitarian Award for her work founding a women's soccer league in Kenya. For more on Ammerman's work, check out the BTN feature here.

McIntyre was named the winner of the Mike Richter Award as the most outstanding goalie earlier Friday.

The full list of All-Americans are below.

2015 All Americans list