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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - As their teams hit the semi-finals of their championship tournament, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association announced their All-Conference Teams.
The Alaska Nanooks were represented by siblings.
We'll start with the All-WCHA third team where Steven Jandric earned a spot.
Jandric, a sophomore left-winger, led the Nanooks in scoring this year, finishing with 24 points off of 9 goals and 15 assists.
This is his second consecutive season with over 20 points scored, and he scored five more goals this season than he did in his rookie campaign.
This is also his second time being named All-WCHA, he was named to the all-Rookie team a year ago.
He's the first Nanook to win back to back conference honors since Tyler Morley in 2015 and 2016.
Chris Jandric was named to the All-Rookie squad after finishing his freshman campaign with 15 points, earning 3 goals and 12 assists.
The WCHA also announced their All-Academic team which was where the Nanooks got the majority of their recognition.
Sixteen different Nanook Hockey players were named to the All-Academic team.

The reigning Skimeister for the state of Alaska, West Valley and Fairbanks Cross Country Skier Kendall Kramer, has been making quite the impact in the Junior National Championships in Anchorage.
The opening day of the event saw Kramer take the top spot in the individual freestyle.
She won the five kilometer race in 13 minutes and 9 seconds, outpacing the next finisher by 27 seconds.
Kramer then competed in the Girl's Under-18 Sprint races.
First, she earned a spot in the finals by taking the third best time in the qualifying races.
She finished the qualifier in 3 minutes and 54 seconds.
She then took the top spot in the finals with a 3 minute and 50 second time to win the 5K sprint.
The next scheduled events in the Junior Nationals will be tomorrow with the Mass Start Classic event where Kramer will have a chance to win her third race of the week.
The Junior Nationals will come to a close on Saturday with the Freestyle Relay.