BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – April 12, 2019 –Northern Michigan senior Troy Loggins was one of 25 players honored as CCM/AHCA All-Americans when the teams were announced Friday evening at the Frozen Four in Buffalo, N.Y. Loggins was a second-team selection. The award is the first of his career
Loggins was voted the WCHA's Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and tabbed a First Team All-WCHA selection by the league's coaches following the conclusion of the 2018-19 regular season. He also won the league's scoring championship, finishing with a WCHA-best 32 points on 20 goals and 12 assists in league play this season.
The Huntington Beach, Calif., native tallied 40 points on 23 goals and 17 assists during his senior campaign. His goal total is tied for second nationally while his 10 power play goals and three shorthanded goals are tied for the NCAA lead in their respective categories. Loggins also leads the country with 155 shots on goal.
The senior was a two-time First Team All-WCHA selection during his career and was voted the WCHA Forward of the Week twice this season.
Loggins capped the regular season with his first career hat trick at Michigan Tech on March 1 and two goals the following day on NMU's Senior Day to give him five points for the second-straight weekend. The week prior in a sweep of Lake Superior State, he notched two goals and three assists to help the Wildcats retain the Cappo Cup.
The three goals at Tech were a season-high and he posted three two-goal outings during the season. For his career, Loggins appeared in 136 contests and finished with 56 goals and 50 assists and 106 points.