Condon, Keenan Named Men's Ice Hockey All-American

GENESEO, N.Y. - SUNY Geneseo senior defenseman Pat Condon and sophomore forward Conlan Keenan were named All-American by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA), announced Thursday night in Lake Placid, N.Y. at the annual banquet held on the eve of the Division III National Semifinals.
Condon closed his career with second-team recognition after also landing third-team honors as a sophomore while Keenan was tabbed a third-team honoree to become the 14th All-American in program history. 
Condon finished the season tied for seventh among SUNYAC defenseman with 14 points including eight assists that tied for ninth. Also voted a SUNYAC First-Team All-Star, he scored two goals in the Knights' 7-1 victory over Fredonia in the SUNYAC Championship game and added a goal and an assist on two occasions this season, including a 6-2 win at Brockport. 
Keenan finished the season ranked first in the SUNYAC and tied for 14th nationally with 39 points, including 18 goals that ranked 14th in the country. Held scoreless in only four of the Knights' 29 games this season, he was credited with two goals and an assist in a 5-2 victory over visiting Buffalo State (Nov. 3) as well as in a 7-1 home win over Canton (Feb. 3) while also tallying two goals in a 5-2 win over visiting Potsdam (Nov. 10). Keenan was also named First-Team All-SUNYAC after landing second-team recognition as well as Rookie of the Year recognition a season ago.
2018 Pat Condon 2nd Team Defense
2018 Conlan Keenan 3rd Team Forward
2017 Stephen Collins 1st Team Forward
2016 Pat Condon 3rd Team Defense
2016 Trevor Hills 2nd Team Forward
2016 Stephen Collins 1st Team Forward
2014 Zachary Vit 1st Team Forward
2011 Danny Scagnelli 3rd Team Defense
2007 Mitch Stephens 1st Team Forward
2005 Brett Walker 2nd Team Goalie
1999 Mark Breeden 2nd Team Goalie
1998 Mark Breeden 2nd Team Goalie
1991 Glen Mazurowski 1st Team Forward
1990 Sean Cascio 2nd Team Defense
1990 Chris Smith 1st Team Forward
1990 Lou Germain 1st Team Goalie