Anderson Named AHCA West Second Team All-American Posted on March 27th, 2020 by

GLOUCESTER, Mass. – The American Hockey Coaches Association Friday released its annual All-American awards and junior forward Caleb Anderson (Jr., Sioux Falls, S.D.) was named West Second Team. Anderson is the lone MIAC player to gain the distinction, and becomes the 38th player in Gustavus men’s hockey history to earn All-American honors and the first since Corey Leivermann in 2014.

The Sioux Falls native posted a MIAC-best 34 points in and 16 goals during his junior campaign, while adding 18 assists. He was dominant during conference play, amassing 14 goals and 10 assists in just 15 games including five power play goals and two game winners. His 34 points make it the third time in the past 10 years a Gustie has eclipsed 30 points, with Lievermann being the last in 2014. Anderson had 12 games with at least two points including three multi-goal games. The junior also tallied his first collegiate hat trick on Jan. 31 in a win over Hamline.

AHCA Release


One Comment

  1. Chris Nelson says:

    Fantastic year young man! Fun to see a local South Dakota boy getting some recognition amongst some of the best players in the country! Go Gusties!