Michigan should have passed its first real test of the season with flying colors, twice beating a highly ranked Boston University side that hadn’t lost in three weeks. That’s not what happened, though.
As an assistant captain for the Michigan hockey team, Justin Selman has a lot of responsibilities both on and off the ice.
But the biggest quality the senior forward brings is his dedication and work ethic, which in turn has set an example for the rest of the team and earned him recognition this past summer, when he was named a 2014-15 Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The award is given to collegiate athletes who have dedicated themselves to strength training and conditioning, as chosen by strength coaches.