A school-record 14 Falcons were honored for their excellence off the ice
Senior goalie earns college hockey's finest citizen award
Hartner and Starrett each win two of the major awards
Senior goalie is one of five finalists for prestigious award
Senior hockey player was presented the award by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers
Practiced with the team all season, but did not see any game action.
Before Air Force
Played for the Tampa Bay Juniors of the EJHL in 2011-12 ... Played in seven games for the Billings Bulls of the NAHL in 2010-11 ... Had a record of 4-1-1 with a 2.43 GAA and a .926 saves percentage ... Lettered four years in hockey as a goaltender at Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs ... 2010 Pine Creek graduate ... Member of the National and Spanish Honor Societies ... On the Principal's Honor Roll ... AP Scholar with distinction.
Member of Cadet Squadron 29 ... Major is aeronautical engineering ... Parents are Gary and Lynne Dylewski ... Father is a retired Air Force Major General ... Has one brother ... This past summer, completed Expeditionary and Survival Evasion Training ... Also, completed the space and jump programs, earning his wings with five successful jumps ... As part of the space program, he launched a camera to approximately 100,000 feet ... Is the group chief clerk, the head sophomore in the Third Group of approximately 1,000 sophomores ... On the superintendent's list for excellence in academics, military and athletics ... Wears the No. 33 because of former Avalanche goalie, and current Avalanche coach, Patrick Roy ... Long-term goal is to go to pilot training and fly fighter jets ... Started playing ice hockey at the age of five ... Favorite NHL team is the Colorado Avalanche ... Favorite player is Av goalie Semyon Varlamov.