Postseason Awards for ACHA Men's Division 1 National Champion Adrian College

2018 ACHA MD1 All-Tournament Team l 2018 GLCHL Awards

ADRIAN, Mich.--American Collegiate Hockey Association Division 1 men's national champion Adrian College dominated the ACHA All-Tournament Team as well as the Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League postseason awards for the 2017-18 season.

Senior goaltender Austyn Roudebush (Toledo, Ohio/Leamington Flyers, GOJHL) was named the most valuable player of both the ACHA Tournament and GLCHL playoffs while also earning first-team all-conference accolades. Roudebush produced eye-popping numbers that included a 22-0 mark with a 0.91 goals-against average and .959 save percentage through the GLCHL Tournament, plus he was 4-0 with a 1.00 GAA--including two shutouts--in the national event.

For the regular season, Gary Astalos was named the 2018 GLCHL Coach of the Year for the second straight season while senior forward Brad Kobryn picked up a second league MVP award to mirror his 2014-15 freshman campaign. Astalos piloted the Bulldogs to a program-record 34 victories (against only one loss) and sweeps of the conference regular-season and tournament championships. Kobryn racked up a GLCHL-leading 38 goals and ranked second in total points with 60.

Adrian occupied all but one of the spots on the All-GLCHL First Team: 
Goalie--Roudebush, 2016 Second Team l 2015 All-Rookie Team
Defense--Marcel Kottek, Sophomore, Prague, Czech Republic (Kingsville Kings, GMJHL); Led AC blueliners with 31 assists l scored 34 points through GLCHL playoffs l helped defense allow only 37 goals before Nationals
Defense--J.P. Grineau, Sophomore, Leamington, Ontario (Leamington Flyers, GOJHL); 6 goals and 23 assists for 29 points through the conference playoffs l helped defense allow only 37 goals before Nationals l 2017 First Team
Forward--Kobryn; 2017 First Team l 2016 First Team l 2015 First Team and 2015 All-Rookie Team
Forward--Joe Costello, Sophomore, Rochester, Mich. (University of Wisconsin-Stout, NCAA/WIAC); 26 goals and 33 assists for 59 points through the conference playoffs 

Other Bulldog honorees include All-GLCHL Second Team:
Forward--Marcus Rose, Sophomore, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto Patriots, OJHL); xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx l 2017 First Team

GLCHL All-Rookie Team:
Defense--Jordan Oshowy, Freshman, Woodbridge, Ontario (Cambridge Winterhawks, GOJHL); Had 9+25=34 scoring totals in 28 regular-season games l helped defense allow only 37 goals before Nationals
Forward--Mike Finger, Freshman, Chicoutimi, Quebec (Brantford 99ers, GOJHL)

GLCHL All-Defensive Team:
Forward--Kyle Perkowski
Defense--Dan Stone

acha all-tournament: 


Goalie   #56         Austyn Roudebush         Adrian College


Forward               #89         Marcus Rose      Adrian College (3G-2A = 5 PTS)

Forward               #27         Joe Costello        Adrian College (3G-2A = 5 PTS)


Defenseman      #17         Archie McKinnon             Adrian College

Forward               #16         Marcus Rose      Adrian College

Forward               #26         Joe Costello        Adrian College


Defenseman      #15         Josh Hosking      Adrian College

Forward               #27         Brad Kobryn       Adrian College