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Eagles grad Holm is Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Month
Monday, April 16, 2012 - Submitted by BCHL Media/Atlantic Hockey

Air Force Falcons freshman and Surrey Eagles alum Scott Holm has been named the Atlantic Hockey Association's (AHA) rookie of the month for March/April.

The Falcons top freshman scorer with three goals and four points in six games to close the year, Holm helped Air Force won its fifth league championship in six years. The Plymouth, Minn. native scored a goal in all three games vs. UConn as the Falcons won the AHA Quarterfinal series and advanced to the AHA Final Four.

 For the season, Holm scored six goals and four assists while suiting up for 32 games. With the Eagles last season, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound forward scored eight goals and 21 assists in 46 games before adding four goals and nine assists in 13 playoff games.


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