A school-record 14 Falcons were honored for their excellence off the ice
Hartner and Starrett each win two of the major awards
Air Force snaps four-game losing streak and improves to 12-17-3 overall this season
Falcons have won four straight and are tied for sixth in AHC
Gunner scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime
Played in 38 games and had 14 points on eight goals and six assists ... Blocked 21 shots to tie as the most by a Falcon forward ... Had eight points in 25 conference games ... First career hat trick came in a 9-3 win over AIC on Feb. 13.
Played in 31 games, 20 at left wing and 11 on defense ... Nine points on the season, seven (2-5-7) at forward and two (1-1-2) on defense ... Career best two assists against Alaska-Anchorage, Oct. 12 ... Scored Air Force’s only goal against Denver in the 3-1 loss.
Played in eight games, three on defense and five at left wing ... Two goals and two assists on the season ... First career point was an assist vs. Penn State ... Due to injuries, he played five games at left wing in early February ... In his first game at forward, against AIC, he drew three penalties, blocked a shot and had two shots on goal ... In his second game at forward, he scored the first two goals of his career to help lead Air Force to a come-from-behind, 4-2, win at Mercyhurst, Feb. 8 ... With Air Force trailing 2-0 in the second period, his first career goal put the Falcons on the board ... His second career goal came exactly 10 minutes later and tied the game at 2-2.
Before Air Force
Played three years of junior hockey for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL … Played in 38 games in 2011-12 on defense and scored 10 points (1-9-10) … Played in 44 games on defense in 2010-11 and had 12 points (6-6-12) in 44 games … Team captain in 2010-11 and 2011-12 … Helped lead the Gamblers to the USHL regular-season and playoff championships in 2009-10 and 2011-12 … In 2009-10, scored three points (1-2-3) in 24 games ... Graduated from Ashwaubenon High School in Wisconsin.
Member of Cadet Squadron 17 ... Parents are Mark and Gail Hartner ... Has two siblings ... Major is management ... This past summer, served as an instructor in Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training ... On the dean’s list three times, including both semesters as a junior ... Long-team goal is to become a special tactics officer or work in acquisitions ... Greatest moment in sport was winning the Clark Cup (national champions) as the captain of the 2011-12 Green Bay Gamblers ... Credits his junior coach, Jon Cooper (currently the head coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning of the NHL), as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Started playing hockey at age four ... Has climbed nearly half of Colorado’s 53 mountains that are at least 14,000 feet ... Favorite NHL team is the Colorado Avalanche ... Favorite player is Bruins’ Milan Lucic.