Bossert Is Ninth Cobber All-American

Sophomore Tyler Bossert became the ninth Cobber player to earn AHCA All-American honors.
Sophomore Tyler Bossert became the ninth Cobber player to earn AHCA All-American honors.

MOORHEAD, Minn. (3/22/19)---Sophomore Tyler Bossert (Fargo, N.D.) became the ninth All-American in the history of the Cobber program as he was named to the American Hockey Coaches' Association (AHCA)/CCM All-American Second Team.

Bossert is the first Concordia All-American since 2014 when Caleb Suderman was placed on the All-American First Team.  


Complete List of 2018-19 AHCA All-Americans


Concordia was one of only two teams in the MIAC to have a player named to the AHCA All-American teams. Regular-season, and postseason, conference champion Augsburg had a pair of players earn the national honor.  

Bossert, who transferred to Concordia after playing a year of club hockey at North Dakota State, was also one of four Cobber players to earn MIAC All-Conference honors.  

Bossert led the Cobbers in scoring in 2019 with 11 goals and 28 assists for 39 points. His 28 assists were tied for fifth most in all of NCAA Division III and he was 11th in points per game (1.50) in the nation.

Bossert's 28 assists are tied for the sixth most in school history. His 39 points are the most in a single season by a Concordia player since All-American Marc Terris put up 46 points in 1993.

Bossert had at least one point in 21 of the 26 games he played. He had at least two points in 11 games and recorded a season-high five points against Hamline on Dec. 7 when had a goal and four assists.

The AHCA/CCM Hockey All-America Hockey Teams are sponsored by CCM Hockey and chosen by members of the AHCA. A total of 30 players were chosen with three teams from the East Region and two teams from the West Region. 

Concordia Men's Hockey All-Americans
2018-19 - Tyler Bossert (2nd Team)
2013-14 - Caleb Suderman (1st Team)
2010-11 - Erick Galt (2nd Team)
2002-03 - Treavor Peterson (2nd Team)
2000-01 - Bryan Howard (1st Team)
1999-00 - Bryan Howard (1st Team)
1999-00 - Rob Gramer (1st Team)
1992-93 - Marc Terris (2nd Team)
1990-91 - Mike Hassman (2nd Team)
1989-90 - Mike Hassman (1st Team)
1986-87 - Mark Rice (1st Team)
1985-86 - Mark Rice (2nd Team)