>RedHawks Pick Up Swag

>Farmington Hills, Mich. – If postseason awards are any indication of future results, Miami should be in great shape during the remainder of the 2011 college hockey season.

Miami placed six players on the CCHA All Conference teams with a league-leading three on the first team.

Seniors Andy Miele and Carter Camper were joined by sophomore Reilly Smith as the RedHawks offensive stars dominated the first team.

Miele, the nation’s top scorer and leading candidate for the Hobey Baker Award was a unanimous selection to the first team, the first CCHA player to do so since 2008. The senior assistant captain was named to the conference’s second team last year while Camper was honored with a first team selection for the second time in his career after earning honorable mention a season ago.

For Smith, the league’s leading goal scorer, it was his first selection to the CCHA All Conference team in just his second year in the league. Smith potted 8 goals and 20 points a season ago but has tripled his goal output (24) and more than doubled his point total (44) in a breakout season.

Junior defenseman Chris Wideman was named to the second team after earning a spot on the All-Rookie team two seasons ago. For the year, Wideman had 2-18-20 in 34 games as the offensive minded defenseman has eclipsed the 20 point barrier in each of his three seasons.

Senior Pat Cannone and junior Cody Reichard were named honorable mention to round out the RedHawk contingent.

The three RedHawks on the first team is a school record.

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Posted on March 10, 2011, in Andy Miele, Carter Camper, CCHA, Cody Reichard, College Hockey - Analysis, Miami RedHawks, Pat Cannone, Reilly Smith. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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