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List of ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year

ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year
Award details
Sport Ice hockey
Given for The top Scholar-Athlete in ECAC Hockey
History
First award 2007
Most recent Andy Iles

The ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the ECAC Hockey regular season to the top scholar-athlete in the conference as voted by the coaches of each ECAC team.[1] Each team nominates a candidate based upon their academic and athletic achievements who then become eligible for the conference award.[2]

The Student-Athlete of the Year was first awarded in 2007 and every year thereafter.

Contents

  • Award winners 1
    • Winners by school 1.1
    • Winners by position 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
    • General 3.1
    • Specific 3.2
  • External links 4

Award winners

Year Winner Position School
2006–07 Olivier Bouchard Left Wing Union
2007–08 Landis Stankievech Center Princeton
2008–09 Matt Cook Center Union
2009–10 Colin Greening Left Wing Cornell
2010–11 Stéphane Boileau Forward Union
2011–12 Keir Ross Defenceman Cornell
2012–13 Matt Zarbo Center Clarkson
2013–14 Andy Iles Goaltender Cornell

See also

References

General

Specific

  1. ^
  2. ^

External links

  • ECAC Hockey Awards (Incomplete)
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