Ruegsegger earned a 3.95 GPA in management and helped the Pioneers to a 27-10-4 record.
University of Denver senior hockey standout Tyler Ruegsegger was named to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine academic All-America men’s first team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Ruegsegger earned a 3.95 GPA in management and helped the Pioneers to a 27-10-4 record, their 12th WCHA regular-season championship and their 21st NCAA tournament appearance this season. Ruegsegger tallied a career-high 41 points on 16 goals and 25 assists, earned all-WCHA second-team accolades and was named as a WCHA Scholar-Athlete for the third straight year. With 28 career power play goals, Ruegsegger ranks third on Denver’s all-time list. One of the top-50 scorers in school history, he tallied 123 points on 56 goals and 67 assists in 147 career games. Named to the prestigious Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honorary as a junior, he led Denver to 97 wins, one WHCA championship and three NCAA tournament appearances in his career.
Ruegsegger was named to the academic All-America second team last season and to the third team as a sophomore in 2007–08.