All Americans Nick Allison (#73), Shane Fox (#13) and Michael Maczynski (in goal) set the defense in the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association championship game.
Three members of the Neumann University Roller Hockey Club have been named first-team, Division I All Americans by the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (NCRHA). Nick Allison, Shane Fox and Michael Maczynski were named to the 10-member 2013-14 team after leading the Knights to a 36-4 overall record and a berth in the national championship game.
Allison, a forward, scored 36 goals and notched 32 assists in 18 games in the Eastern Collegiate Roller Hockey Association, a conference of the NCRHA. Fox, a defenseman, scored 21 goals and had 27 assists in 18 games.
Maczynski, a goaltender, turned away 213 shots during the season, recording a .934 save percentage. His goals-against average was .78.
Joining the Knights on the first team were players from Florida Gulf Coast University, Hofstra University, Lindenwood University, Michigan State University, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Neumann lost to Lindenwood, 2-1, in the NCRHA national championship game. To reach the title match, the Knights beat clubs from much larger colleges: the University of Colorado, Michigan State, California Polytechnic State University, and UNLV.
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