Indiana Ice forward Scott Conway was named a USHL First-Team All-Star on Thursday.
Conway was the league's second-leading goal scorer with 33 goals. He also was fourth in total scoring with 68 points. He was also tops in the USHL with a plus-40 rating. Conway is a native of Kissimmee, Fla, and will play collegiately at Penn State.
Despite the Ice finishing with the league's second-best record, Conway was the team's lone representative. Of the 13 players selected to the first and second teams, Omaha and Waterloo had four players each.
The rest of the first team were Omaha goalie Hayden Hawkey, defensemen Brandon Montour (Waterloo) and Tucker Poolman (Omaha) and forwards Kyle Connor (Youngstown), Matt Iacopelli (Muskegon) and Jake Randolph (Omaha). The second team consisted of goalie Cal Petersen (Waterloo), defensemen Mark Friedmen (Waterloo) and Alexx Privitera (Dubuque), and forwards Jack Eichel (USA), Peter Krieger (Waterloo) and Tyler Vesel (Omaha).