University of Nebraska Omaha All-Americans
2001 - Second Team • 2002 - Second Team
Greg Zanon earned four letters while at UNO from 1999 to 2003. The native of Burnaby, British Columbia scored 30 goals and 77 assists for 107 points in 154 career games for the Mavericks. As a freshman in 1999-2000, he finished third in team scoring with 29 points including a team-best 26 assists. As a sophomore, he finished third in team scoring again with 28 points and paced the team with eight powerplay goals. During his first All-American season as a junior, he had 25 points while tying for the team lead with four game-winning goals. During his senior campaign, he had 25 points and ranked second on the team with 19 assists. He finished his career as the top-scoring defenseman in UNO history and currently ranks second.
2002 - Second Team
Jeff Hoggan was another four-year letter winner for the Mavs, playing in Omaha from 1998 to 2002. In 152 career games, the native of Hope, British Columbia had 61 goals and 52 assists for 113 points. He currently ranks seventh in team history in career points. As a junior, he was second in team scoring with 12 goals and 29 points. In his final year, he set a school record by scoring 24 goals and adding 21 assists for a team-best 45 points. That season, he led all Mavericks with eight powerplay goals and an astounding four short-handed markers. His season goal total still ranks in a tie for second best among all players for UNO.
2006 - First Team • 2007 - Second Team
Scott Parse owns nearly every offensive record at UNO, the culmination of an outstanding four-year career. He is the Mavericks’ career points leader, tallying 197 between 2003 and 2007. In that time, he scored a school record 79 goals and notched a school-best 118 assists. As a junior, he set the school mark for points in a season when he scored 20 goals and 41 assists for 61 assists. That year, he became the first Maverick player nominated for the Hobey Baker Award. In his final year, he set the school record for career goals, finished the year with 52 points and was once again nominated for the Hobey Baker Award. He is one of six players to own the school record for points in a game (5) and one of ten to own the mark for assists in a game (4). The native of Portage, Mich. was not only talented but durable. He is one of three Mavericks to hold the school record with 159 games played.
2013 - Second Team
Ryan Walters tied for second in the nation in scoring during the 2012-13 season, also tying UNO’s mark for second most prolific scoring season in the process. He posted a career best 22 goals and 30 assists for 52 points and had 16 goals and 40 points in 28 WCHA games to finish as the league’s scoring champion and a member of the All-WCHA First Team, the first Maverick to do so. The native of Rosemount, Minn. was a Top 10 Finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and won the Hockey Commissioners Association award as national player of the month in November. His 22 goals rank fourth-best in school history and his plus/minus rating of +26 that season was a new school record. Among other honors that season, Walters also was a WCHA Scholar Athlete and a member of the All-WCHA Academic Team.
2014 - First Team
Josh Archibald was the National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s Player of the Year and Forward of the Year. He also was the leading vote getter for the NCHC All-Conference First Team and was a Top 10 Finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Archibald led the Mavericks in scoring in 2013-14 with 29 goals and 14 assists for 43 points. He set a new school record and career best for goals in a season and was third nationally in goals. He was the NCHC’s scoring champion with 21 goals and 11 assists for 32 points in 24 conference games. Archibald set a school record with two hat tricks during his junior season and is the only player in school history with three career hat tricks. The native of Brainerd, Minn. was a three-time Bauer NCHC Offensive Player of the Week and was named the Hockey Commissioner’s Association Player of the Month for February.