A school-record 15 Falcons honored for their work in the classroom
A school-record 14 Falcons were honored for their excellence off the ice
Played in 40 games ... Fifth on the team with 25 points and third with 18 assists … Was a +5 with a power-play goal and a game-winner … Won 53 percent of his faceoffs on the season … 336 faceoff wins were the third most on the team … 16 of his 18 points came in conference games.
Played in 35 games ... 10th on the team and third among the freshmen with 12 points (4-8-12) ... In the season-opening series vs. fifth-ranked Denver, had three assists in two games ... First career goal came against Canisius, Jan. 29, 2016 ... Scored the game-winner over Niagara, Feb. 27 ... Scored in the AHC semifinal game against RIT to give the Falcons a 1-0 lead in the second period ... 34 blocked shots were the most among the forwards ... Won 186 faceoffs, the third most on the team ... His .519 faceoff winning percentage was the best on the team among players who took more than 30 draws ... Named academic all-conference.
Before Air Force
Played in 99 games over two seasons for the Janesville Jets of the NAHL … Scored 24 points (7-17-24) in 52 games in 2013-14 … In 2014-15, was tied for fourth on the team with 49 points on 13 goals and 36 assists … In nine playoff games, had six assists … Team won the NAHL North Division regular-season championship and set the record for the most points in a season ... Junior coach was Joe Dibble ... Graduated from COVA High School.
Member of Cadet Squadron 20 ... Parents are Mike and Kim Feno ... Has three sibilings ... Major is economics ... In the summer of 2016, completed the jump (parachute) and space operations programs ... On the superintendent’s list as a freshman ... Future plans are to work in the acquisitions or financial management career field ... Started playing hockey at the age of four ... One word to describe himself is dedicated ... Hidden talent is that he is a “great cook” ... Favorite NHL team is Colorado Avalanche ... Favorite NHL player is former Av Joe Sakic.