Dylan Jackson became the third Fighting Saint to record yearly honors for the 2019-20 season, as he was named to the All-USHL Second Team on Thursday afternoon. Dylan joins his brother Ty and Braden Doyle as Saints to receive recognition on the All-USHL team’s.
“It is special and exciting being recognized for this team,” said Jackson. “I wouldn’t have been able to do it without my great teammates, coaches and the entire Dubuque organization.”
Dylan, in his second season with Dubuque, put together monster numbers during the season. He recorded 55 points -tied for second on the team- which was also good for top-10 in the USHL. Jackson improved on his 44-point campaign last season and did so in 14 fewer games. His 24 goals were second best on the Dubuque Fighting Saints and at 99 career points his finished one of the best two-year stretches in Saints history.
“Dylan's tenacity, playmaking ability, and nose for the net has made him an invaluable part of our team for two seasons,” said Saints GM Kalle Larsson. “Dylan was a key player for us each and every night, and we are excited that he's recognized with this honor.”
Dylan, like his brother Ty, received a spot on the USHL All-Academic team last season, making this his second league award in his career.
“We are proud of what Dylan accomplished in his two seasons with us,” said head coach Oliver David. “He has been instrumental in helping us be competitive in our great league.”