A school-record 15 Falcons honored for their work in the classroom
Junior Dylan Abood earned three of the top eight awards
Senior defensman one of 10 finalist for Senior CLASS Award
A school-record 14 Falcons were honored for their excellence off the ice
Hartner and Starrett each win two of the major awards
Second-team all-Atlantic Hockey selection ... Played in 36 games and was the team’s top scoring defenseman with seven goals and eight assists ... Ranked third in the conference with a +14 in league games only by a defenseman ... His six goals in league play were tied for third in the league among blueliners ... Scored the game-winner in overtime to beat No. 5 Denver in the season-opener ... Career best two goals and three points, including the game-winning goal, in the win over AIC on Jan. 8 ... Two assists in the RIT series as the Falcons took three points late in the season ... Scored a goal in the 4-1 win over first-place Robert Morris in the second to last regular-season series of the season ... Named academic all-conference.
Played in 31 games and had three goals and seven assists for 10 points ... Missed the final 10 games due to injury ... Nine points (3-6-9) in 23 conference games ... Career-best two assists in the season-opener against Mercyhurst ... Tied his career best with two assists in the 4-3 win over RIT.
Played in all 39 games and had 10 points on two goals and eight assists ... Earned the team’s John Matchefts Award as the freshman of the year ... Was a +2 and blocked 38 shots on the season ... First career goal came against Niagara, Oct. 27 ... Also scored against UConn, Feb. 1.
Before Air Force
Played in 111 career regular-season games for the Tri-City Storm of the USHL … Played in 56 games on defense with 10 points, all assists, in 2011-12 … Named the Storm’s Most Improved Player in 2011-12 ... Named the Storm’s Defenseman of the Year in 2011-12 and 2012-13 ... In 2012-13, scored 13 points on four goals and nine assists in 55 games … Two of his four goals were game-winners ... Lettered three years in hockey at Hershey High School ... Named the league defensive defenseman of the year in 2010-11 ... Central Penn Panthers MVP in 2010-11.
Member of Cadet Squadron 30 ... Parents are John and Shari Hrabovsky ... Has two younger siblings, a brother and sister who are twins ... Major is systems engineering ... Long-term goal is to own his own business someday ... This past summer, was the deputy commander and an evasion cadre during Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training ... On the dean’s list four times... Long-term goal is to own his own business ... Hidden talent is that he can solve the Rubik’s Cube ... Greatest team moment in sports was going to the AHC Final Four last season ... One word to describe him is driven ... Credits his parents as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Wears the No. 3 because his full name is John Joseph Hrabovsky III ... Started playing hockey at the age of three ... Favorite NHL team is the Washington Capitals ... Favorite player is Ryan McDonagh.