Minnesota State had two players on the first team as the WCHA announced all-league selections on Thursday.
Freshman forward Marc Michaelis and sophomore defenseman Daniel Brickley were among the six players on the first team.
Michaelis is the first freshman to make the WCHA’s first team since realignment in 2013.
Ferris State’s Gerald Mayhew, Bowling Green’s Mitch McLain, Michigan Tech’s Matt Roy and Bemidji State’s Michael Bitzer also made the first team.
The full all-conference teams:
F Gerald Mayhew, sr., Ferris State
F Mitch McLain, jr., Bowling Green
F Marc Michaelis, fr., Minnesota State
D Daniel Brickley, so., Minnesota State
D Matt Roy, jr., Michigan Tech
G Michael Bitzer, jr., Bemidji State
F C.J. Franklin, jr., Minnesota State
F Mitch Hults, so., Lake Superior State
F Phillip Marinaccio, sr., Bemidji State
F Corey Mackin, so., Ferris State
D Shane Hanna, sr., Michigan Tech
D Sean Walker, sr., Bowling Green
G Atte Tolvanen, so., Northern Michigan
F Brad McClure, jr., Minnesota State
F Dominik Shine, sr., Northern Michigan
F Gerry Fitzgerald, jr., Bemidji State
D Mark Friedman, jr., Bowling Green
D Kurt Gosselin, so., Alabama Huntsville
G Justin Kapelmaster, fr., Ferris State
F Marc Michaelis, Minnesota State
F Darien Craighead, Northern Michigan
F Max Humitz, Lake Superior State
D Ian Scheid, Minnesota State
D Alec Rauhauser, Bowling Green
D Mitch Reinke, Michigan Tech
D Zach Whitecloud, Bemidji State
G Angus Redmond, Michigan Tech