Former Bay State Breaker and New Hampshire University Senior defenseman Harry Quast earned the Snively Citizenship and Service Award as well as the SCO Nate Hardy Ironman Award.
Former Jersey Hitmen Collin MacDonald won The Charles E. Holt Coaches Award, as voted on by the coaching staff to the player who makes large contributions to the team both on and off the ice for the University of New Hampshire.
Former New Hampshire Jr Monarchs and St Lawrence University Senior Tommy Thompson was the winner of the 2016 Bernie McKinnon Coaches Award.
Former NH JR Monarchs Tom Parisi was named the winner of the Ron Wilson Award as the team’s Best Defensive Player for the second year in a row for the Providence Friars.
Former Jersey Hitmen Jack Riley earned the 2015-16 Hustle Award for Mercyhurst.
Former Jersey Hitmen Jack Barre led Dartmouth in goals, assists and points during the regular season, earning First Team All-Ivy League honors.
Former New Jersey Hitmen Ben Israel won the Dave Peterson Award for the most improved player with Colorado College
Canisius College Freshman and Jersey Hitmen Alumni Cameron Heath collected Top Defenseman honors, earning 16 points with seven goals and nine assists, while leading the Griffins with a plus/minus rating of +13.
Mike Laffin averaged 1.5ppg through 97 games on the Jersey Hitmen roster - earns Rookie of the Year honors w/Holy Cross University.
Former New Jersey Hitmen Forward Danny Lopez earns Most Improved Player honors for Holy Cross University.
Former Bay State Breakers Matt Vidal earned the Dr. James M. Stewart Coaches' Award, the 2016 Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award and signed with the Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL after 4 seasons with Holy Cross.
Former Long Island Royals Forward JT Hall wins ACHA Division 1 Player of the Year for 2015-16 for his performance on the Stony Brook roster.
Former New Jersey Rockets Goaltender Matthew Schnoes led all ACHA Division 1 goaltenders with a 1.78gaa.
In his Sophomore season at Grand Valley State, Spencer Craig earned a 1.34gaa to lead all ACHA D2 goalies. The former Michigan State Mountain Cats (NA3HL) goaltender went 8-1 between the pipes this season including 2 shutouts.
In his Sophomore season with the University of Tampa, Matt Antonacci averaged over 3 points per game. At 5'8 195lbs Antonacci led not only all D3 skaters, but all players in ACHA in points, falling 4 points shy of a 100 point season. Antonacci played 4 seasons with the Springfield Jr Pics.