2011-12 CAA MEN’S BASKETBALL AWARD WINNERS

2012 CAA Player of the Year – Ryan Pearson, George Mason

2012 CAA Coach of the Year – Bruiser Flint, Drexel

2012 CAA Rookie of the Year – Damion Lee, Drexel

2012 CAA Defensive Player of the Year – Kent Bazemore, Old Dominion

2012 Dean Ehlers Leadership Award – Jihad Ali, Georgia State and Quinn McDowell, William and Mary

First Team All-CAA

Kent Bazemore, Old Dominion

Bradford Burgess, VCU

Frantz Massenat, Drexel

Ryan Pearson, George Mason

Keith Rendleman, UNCW

Second Team All-CAA

Chris Cooper, Old Dominion

Samme Givens, Drexel

Jamelle Hagins, Delaware

Mike Moore, Hofstra

Devon Saddler, Delaware

Third Team All-CAA

Jihad Ali, Georgia State

Eric Buckner, Georgia State

Humpty Hitchens, James Madison

Jonathan Lee, Northeasternh

Juvonte Reddic, VCU

Darius Theus, VCU

CAA All-Rookie Team

Quincy Ford, Northeastern

Damion Lee, Drexel

Adam Smith, UNCW

Marcus Thornton, William & Mary

Jarvis Threatt, Delaware

CAA All-Defensive Team

Kent Bazemore, Old Dominion

Eric Buckner, Georgia State

Jamelle Hagins, Delaware

Robert Nwankwo, Towson

Briante Weber, VCU

VOTE TOTALS

ALL-CAA TEAMS

Ryan Pearson, Mason 657

Frantz Massenat, Drexel 607

Kent Bazemore, ODU 594

Bradford Burgess, VCU 488

Keith Rendleman, UNCW 486

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Jamelle Hagins, Delaware 417

Devon Saddler, Delaware 415

Samme Givens, Drexel 335

Mike Moore, Hofstra 311

Chris Cooper, ODU 231

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Jonathan Lee, Northeastern 192

Eric Buckner, Georgia State 183

Jihad Ali, Georgia State 141

Juvonte Reddic, VCU 127

Humpty Hitchens, JMU 121

Darius Theus, VCU 121

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A.J. Davis, JMU 69

Quinn McDowell, W&M 67

Robert Nwankwo, Towson 53

Damion Lee, Drexel 52

Mike Morrison, Mason 47

Devonta White, GSU 9

Nathaniel Lester, Hofstra 8

Marcus Thornton, W&M 8

Joel Smith, Northeastern 7

Josh Micheaux, GSU 6

Adam Smith, UNCW 6

Daryl McCoy, Drexel 2

Sherrod Wright, Mason 1

ALL-ROOKIE

Damion Lee, Drexel 207

Quincy Ford, Northeastern 155

Adam Smith, UNCW 125

Marcus Thornton, W&M 110

Jarvis Threatt, Delaware 72

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Kyle Anderson, Delaware 19

Treveon Graham, VCU 11

Briante Weber, VCU 11

Kris Walden, Towson 4

Dimitri Batten, ODU 2

Khalid Lewis, Delaware 2

Erik Copes, George Mason 1

Cedrick Williams, UNCW 1

ALL-DEFENSE

Kent Bazemore, ODU 184

Eric Buckner, Georgia State 172

Jamelle Hagins, Delaware 135

Briante Weber, VCU 64

Robert Nwankwo, Towson 45

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James Fields, Georgia State 23

Keith Rendleman, UNCW 17

Chris Cooper, ODU 13

Daryl McCoy, Drexel 9

Mike Morrison, Mason 8

Derrick Thomas, Drexel 8

Samme Givens, Drexel 7

Quincy Ford, Northeastern 6

Devonta White, GSU 6

Darius Theus, VCU 5

Kendrix Brown, W&M 4

Treveon Graham, VCU 4

Frantz Massenat, Drexel 4

Devon Moore, JMU 3

Bradford Burgess, VCU 1

Josh Micheaux, GSU 1

Juvonte Reddic, VCU 1

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Ryan Pearson, Mason 28

Frantz Massenat, Drexel 14

Kent Bazemore, ODU 5

Keith Rendleman, UNCW 1

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Damion Lee, Drexel 36

Quincy Ford, Northeastern 8

Marcus Thornton, W&M 2

Adam Smith, UNCW 1

Jarvis Threatt, Delaware 1

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Kent Bazemore, ODU 19

Eric Buckner, Georgia State 15

Jamelle Hagins, Delaware 13

Briante Weber, VCU 1

COACH OF THE YEAR

Bruiser Flint, Drexel 19

Ron Hunter, Georgia State 15

Shaka Smart, VCU 7

Monte’ Ross, Delaware 6

Blaine Taylor, ODU 1

3 Responses to “The Official Awards…”

  1. Rosenpenis Says:

    Rendleman for POY, huh? Interesting.

  2. Shawn Says:

    Paul Hewitt didn’t even get ONE vote for Coach of the Year, after taking over a Mason squad who lost a legendary coach, Cam Long, and Luke Hancock? Wow. Oh, well…I’d rather see him holding up the net on Monday night around 9:15 pm.

    Congrats to Ryan Pearson for winning the POY – our first since George Evans’ streak of three in a row ended in 2001. FEAR THE (trimmed) BEARD!!

    Wright deserved more love than one single vote, but he’ll prove the doubters wrong in 2012-13 when he gets his chance to shine in a lead role at Mason. Expect him to average 15-20 ppg next season.

    GO MASON.

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