For the third consecutive season, four Pioneers have received All-American recognition by the USILA. The team was voted on prior to the NCAA Tournament.
“For the Denver Pioneers, 2013 has been an amazing year and it thankfully continues into the NCAA Championship weekend,” said head coach Bill Tierney. “Whenever a team experiences great success, some of its individual players will rightfully be honored. Cam Flint, Eric Law and Wesley Berg have consistently led us to new heights. Being named DU’s first, First Team All-American is a special honor that Cam deserves as he has been a force for us this year and throughout his career. Eric and Wesley have been inspirational in their play and leadership all season. Jeremy’s impact is obvious despite being hurt most of the season. We are thrilled to have him back on the field again. Most importantly, each of these young men is of such high character and put their team far ahead of individual accolades, as we continue to play in the last weekend of May.”
A captain and four-year starter, Flint was named a 2013 ECAC First Team selection and currently is third on the team with 50 points (36 g, 14 a). He was named Honorable Mention in 2012 and 2011. For his career, Flint is second among active DU student-athletes with 136 career points off 102 goals and 34 assists.
A captain and three-year starter, Law leads the Pioneers with 75 points off 40 goals and 35 assists. He leads all DU active players with 146 career points of 83 goals and 66 assists. He was also named to the All-ECAC Second Team this season.
Berg leads the Pioneers in goals this season with 56 and is second on the team in points (72). In his two-year career, Berg has amassed 109 points (third most among active DU players) off 82 goals and 27 assists. He was named to the All-ECAC First Team.