Adam Fox Earns First-Team All-America Honors; Third Three-Time All-American in Program History

Adam Fox Earns First-Team All-America Honors; Third Three-Time All-American in Program History

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Junior defenseman Adam Fox was named a CCM/AHCA Hockey Division I First Team All-American, the American Hockey Coaches Association announced tonight (April 12). Fox is a three-time All-American – the third player in program history to achieve that feat, joining Joe Cavanagh '71 and Mark Fusco '83.

In total, Harvard men's ice hockey has earned 43 first and second team All-America selections in program history, with 28 players earning one of college hockey's highest honors.

A native of Jericho, N.Y., Fox (nine goals, 39 assists) had a historic season for Harvard as one of the top blue liners in the nation. A Hobey Baker Award Hat Trick finalist, the 2019 Walter Brown Award winner, ECAC Hockey Player of the Year, ECAC Hockey First Team and Ivy League Player of the Year selection, Fox is currently the top scoring player and defenseman (per game) in the country with 1.45 points per game. An Academic All-Ivy honoree, Fox broke the school record for points by a Harvard defenseman in one season, set by Mark Fusco '83, who had 46 points (13-33-46) in 1982-83.

This season, Fox became the fourth defenseman in Harvard history to reach 100 career points, joining Fusco (135 points), Mark Benning '87 (111 points), and Randy Taylor '87 (102 points). He is the first junior defenseman in college hockey to reach 100 points since Justin Schultz (Wisconsin) in 2011-12.