Keseley, Hosfield Named All-MIAC in Men’s Hockey

Posted on March 1st, 2006 by

Jon Keseley led the Gusties with a team-high 41 points (17g, 24a).

Jon Keseley led the Gusties with a team-high 41 points (17g, 24a).


Mike Hosfield scored a team-high 19 goals this season.

Mike Hosfield scored a team-high 19 goals this season.


Loren Havemeier scored a league-high nine power play goals during MIAC play.

Loren Havemeier scored a league-high nine power play goals during MIAC play.

Gustavus Adolphus men’s hockey players Mike Hosfield (Golden Valley, Minn.) and Jon Keseley (St. Louis Park, Minn.) have been named All-Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference by a vote of the league’s coaches. Both juniors, Hosfield and Keseley are being honored by the league for the first time. Senior Loren Havemeier (Sleepy Eye, Minn.) received honorable mention honors.

Keseley led all Gustavus players with 41 points on 17 goals and 24 assists, scoring at least one point in 22 of Gustavus’ 26 games this season. Keseley became the first Gustie since the 1995-96 season to post 40 points in a season. He started the season on a 13-game scoring streak before being shut out at home against Saint Mary’s in late December. Keseley also registered a Gustavus season-high five points (2g, 3a) in a wild 7-5 win over league champion St. Thomas in mid-February. Keseley closed the season ranking as the nation’s top scoring defenseman, averaging 1.58 points per game on one of the nation’s best scoring offenses (4.46 goals/game). Keseley also finished the season second in the MIAC behind Augsburg’s Aaron Johnson (13g, 35a) in scoring.

Hosfield finished second on the team with 36 points on a team-high 19 goals and 17 assists. Hosfield scored in 18 of 26 games, scoring a team-high 11 power play goals. Hosfield hit his stride during the conference season, scoring 27 of his 41 points during MIAC play, trailing only Johnson’s 31 points in league play. His 13 goals in league play trailed only Augsburg’s Critter Nagurski (14). Hosfield’s 11 power play goals during the season edged out teammate Loren Havemeier (10) for the top spot.

Havemeier posted a total of 30 points during his senior season, finishing second on the team with 18 goals, including 10 on the power play. Havemeier posted a league-high nine power play goals in MIAC play.

 

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