Firstie goaltender Trevin Kozlowski and cow forward Colin Bilek were recognized for the performances during the month of January as they were named Atlantic Hockey monthly award winners.
Bilek was voted the league's Player of the Month as he was tremendous during the month of January, leading Atlantic Hockey in goals and points with 10 and 13, respectively, as he helped Army go 5-3-1 in nine games. Army went 4-2-1 in league play and climbed into a tie for fourth heading into the final month of the season. Bilek had points in eight of nine games and goals in seven of those eight games. His game-winning goal came in a hat trick effort at AIC, handing the Yellow Jackets their first loss in conference.
Kozlowski earned Goaltender of the Month accolades as well. He really came on during the month of January, leading Army to a winning month and up into 4th place in the AHA standings. He went 5-1-1 in seven starts and made eight appearances, ranking third in the league in save percentage and goals against average. He allowed two or fewer goals six times, with four of the six resulting in wins. The other two came in a loss against AIC and a shootout win over Sacred Heart.
The Black Knights are back in action tonight at 7:05 p.m. against Sacred Heart on the road.