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Dayton Flyers offense beats the defense, 58-28 win in annual Spring Game

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF DAYTON SPORTS INFORMATION

 

 

DAYTON – An efficient, albeit brief performances by quarterback Jack Cook and a big day by running back Tyler Vincent led the offense to a 58-28 win over the defense in the University of Dayton’s spring football game.

The game was scored with either the offense or defense earning points based on outcomes.

Cook played only two series, completed all five passes he threw for 113 yards and two touchdowns, looking as good as he has during the entire spring.  Vincent carried seven times for 111 yards and two touchdowns.  The last score was a 55-yard TD on what was essentially the last play of the game.  Ryan Skibinski (3 catches, 75 yards receiving, 1 TD) and Adam Trautman (2 catches, 38 yards, 1 TD) were the top receivers.

Jack Cook was a perfect 5 for 5 passing

Safety Matt Clifford scored the first points for the defense with a second-quarter interception.

“The game went about the way we thought it would with the talent and experience we have on offense, and what they have been showing all spring.  Jack Cook led us to two scores with big plays from the people you would expect – Adam Trautman and Ryan Skibinski,” head coach Rick Chamberlin said.  ”But I saw some flashes of good things out of our defense.  We know they are young, but we are working to get them ready for that first game.”

As is the tradition at UD’s Spring Game, the next season’s team captains were announced at the pre-game coin flip.  Senior Flyer Andrew Lutgens and redshirt senior tight end Adam Trautman were named 2019 team captains.  Team captains are voted on by the team after the last spring practice, and results are kept secret until Sunday’s coin flip.

Lutgens redshirted his first year on campus, but immediately moved into the starting lineup in 2017.  He has started all 22 games of his college career at “Flyer”, UD’s hybrid defensive back/linebacker position.  Last season he was named First Team All-Pioneer Football League.  He was third on the team in total tackles (68) and solo tackles (37), and he led Dayton in tackles behind the line (10).  He is from Brentwood, Tenn.

Tyler Vincent rushed through the defense for 111 yards and 2 touchdowns

A three-year starter, Trautman is a two-time Second Team All-PFL selection.  He enters his final year as a Flyer 24 catches away from Bill Franks’ career receptions record of 133 and seven TD’s away from Pat Hugar’s 24 receiving touchdowns.  Last season, Trautman had team bests with 41 receptions for 604 yards and nine touchdowns.   The Williamsburg, Mich. native is a four-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

UD opens the season on Saturday, Sept. 7 at Indiana State.  The Flyers’ home opener will be against Duquesne at Welcome Stadium on September 21.

NHL suspends Lightning’s Kucherov one game for boarding

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Nikita Kucherov in action 2014 photo By Resolute - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

NEW YORK (April 13, 2019) – Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov has been suspended for one game for boarding Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Markus Nutivaara during Game 2 of the teams’ First Round series in Tampa on Friday, April 12, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.

 

The incident occurred at 15:34 of the third period. Kucherov was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct for boarding.

 

For a full explanation of the decision, complete with video, please click on the following link: https://www.nhl.com/video/t-277440360/c-67702403.

 

Blue Jackets up 2-0, set to host Tampa Bay in Game 3 of NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs 1st Round

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS GAME NOTES

 

THE LAST GAME: Apr. 12, 2019 – CBJ (5) at TBL (1) CBJ Goal Scorers: Atkinson, PP – Werenski, PP – Duchene, Nash, Panarin TBL Goal Scorers: Sergachev Goalies: CBJ – Bobrovsky (23/24, 60:00) TBL – Vasilevskiy (22/27, 59:59) CBJ PP: 2/4; PK: 2/2 | Shots: CBJ: 27 / TBL: 24 3 Stars: 1. Duchene, CBJ; 2. Werenski, CBJ; 3. Nash, CBJ Noteworthy: CBJ have a 2-0 series lead for 2nd-straight playoffs… CBJ scored twice in 1st and 3rd periods… CBJ’s 2 PPGs are tied for the most in a single postseason contest…Duchene scored his 1st career playoff goal and added 3 assists, setting franchise records in assists and points in a playoff game… Atkinson scored his 6th career playoff goal, tied for the most in club history… Werenski notched CBJ’s 1st playoff Gordie Howe hat trick (goal, assist, fight).

OhioHEALTH INJURY REPORT (Reg. Season/Postseason) Murray (upper body); placed on Injured Reserve on 2/22; week-to-week (26 games) McQuaid (upper body) day-to-day (7 games) TOTAL MAN GAMES LOST: 92

RECENT TRANSACTIONS Apr. 11 Assigned Clendening to Cleveland (AHL) Apr. 12 Recalled Clendening from Cleveland (AHL) Apr. 13 Signed Gavrikov to two-year entry level contract

UPCOMING PLAYOFF GAMES Apr. 16 vs. TBL (Game 4) | Apr. 19 at TBL (Game 5)* | Apr. 21 at TBL (Game 6)* * If necessary

AGAINST THE LIGHTNING ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON 2018-19 Series: 0-3-0 (0-2-0 at TBL) 2017-18 Series: 0-2-1 (0-0-1 at TBL) All-Time Series: 10-17-1-3 (4-9-0-3 at TBL) All-Time GF/GA: 62/89 All-Time SF/SA: 907/883 All-Time PP: 15-of-113 All-Time PK: 87-of-110

AGAINST THE LIGHTNING ALL-TIME POSTSEASON 2018-19 Series: 2-0 (0-0 vs. TBL) All-Time Series: 2-0 (0-0 vs. TBL) All-Time GF/GA: 9/4

CBJ/TBL CONNECTIONS CBJ: Tortorella led club to 2004 Stanley Cup and made playoffs in 4-of-7 campaigns from 2000-08 (239-222-74)… Shaw served as assistant coach (1999-00)… // TBL: Richards went 127-112-21 from 2012-15 as head coach… Stralman had 7-45-52 in 124 games (2009-11). NOTED (Player/Coach Highlights vs. TBL) Tortorella coached his 1,100th career NHL game on 10/18/17 vs. TBL… Korpisalo made NHL debut on 12/14/15 vs. TBL… Savard scored his 1st career playoff goal on 4/10/19 at TBL.

NOTED (Team Highlights vs. TBL) CBJ snapped a 6-game losing streak to TBL with Wednesday’s win… Winning team has scored 3+ goals in 17 of past 19 contests of series (regular season/postseason)… Neither team has recorded a hat trick… Most goals scored vs. TBL: 5 (2x, MR: 11/29/16)… Most goals allowed vs. TBL: 7 (11/8/14).

BLUE JACKETS NOTES CBJ’S 2-0 START The Blue Jackets took a 2-0 series lead for the second-straight playoffs with the 5-1 victory over the Lightning on Friday. It was the first time the Jackets won a postseason contest by more than one goal. Columbus has outscored Tampa 9-4 in the first two games of the series as nine different Jackets have found the back of the net. The Blue Jackets became the fourth team in NHL history to take a 2-0 series lead in the opening round against the Presidents’ Trophy winner (since 1985-86).

Year Team PT Team Series Result 2002 VAN DET* 4-2 DET W 2009 ANA SJS 4-2 ANA W 2012 LAK* VAN 4-1 LAK W 2019 CBJ TBL * Won Stanley Cup

SPECIAL TEAMS CLUTCH The Jackets scored twice on the power play in Friday’s game (2-for-4), tying the franchise record for most power-play goals in a single playoff contest (6x, MR: 4/15/18 at WSH (5-4 OTW)). The club has scored on three of its six opportunities in the first two games of the series. The Jackets also stayed perfect on the penalty kill, killing off all five of the Jackets’ power-play chances (2-for-2 on Friday). In Wednesday’s game, the Jackets scored a power play goal and shorthanded tally in the win, marking the fourth time in franchise history that the Jackets scored one goal of each in a single playoff game. The three previous times were recorded in the 2014 Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series vs. the Penguins (MR: Apr. 28, 2014).

ECQF BATTLE The Blue Jackets are facing the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Quarterfinals in the franchise’s thirdconsecutive playoff appearance and fifth all-time. It’s the first time Columbus is facing the Lightning in the postseason, who are making their second-straight playoff appearance and fifth in the last six seasons. The series shifts to Nationwide Arena for Games Three (tonight) and Four (Tuesday).

TOP JACKETS The Blue Jackets have been one of the best teams in the league over the past three seasons, ranking fourth in the league in wins since 2016-17 with 142 victories. They have or are facing three of the other teams in the top five in the playoffs, facing Tampa Bay (1st, 158), Washington (2nd, 153) and Pittsburgh (5th-T, 141). Boston ranks third with 143 victories. Columbus is one of just seven teams to earn a playoff berth in each of the past three seasons.

CBJ THIS SEASON Columbus won seven of its final eight games to finish the regular season at 47-31-4 (98 pts.), where its 47 wins and 98 points were the second-most in franchise history (50-24-8, 108 pts. in 2016-17). The Jackets finished the season on a high note, winning their last five road games, the longest road win streak of the season. The Jackets have recorded three-straight 45-win campaigns for the first time in franchise history. Their franchise-best 25 road wins were second-most in the NHL, behind only first-round opponent Tampa (30), and their 52 road points ranked second-T (TOR).

ON THE KILL… The Blue Jackets finished the season tied for the best penalty kill percentage in the NHL (85.0%, TBL and ARI) and allowed the fewest power-play goals to be scored (30). The Jackets killed off 86-of-94 opponent power plays (91.5 pct.) in the final 44 games of the campaign (since Dec. 31).

SUCCESS IN NET Sergei Bobrovsky went 37-24-1 with a 2.58 GAA, .913 SV% and nine shutouts in 62 games, leading the NHL in shutouts, ranking second in wins, fourth-T in games played and seventh in minutes (3,557). The two-time Vezina Trophy winner was 18-8-0 with a 2.01 GAA, .930 SV% and seven shutouts since Feb. 1.

CAREER YEARS Columbus’ trio of Artemi Panarin, Matt Duchene and Cam Atkinson tallied career years in 2018-19. Panarin set single season franchise records in assists and points for the second-straight campaign with 28-59-87. Duchene set a new single-season career high in goals (30, 2015-16) and tied his career high in points (70, 2013-14) with 31-39-70. Atkinson, meanwhile, set single-season career bests with 41-28-69 and tied Rick Nash’s single-season club record in goals (2003-04). Josh Anderson (27-20-47) set career highs in all three categories and Oliver Bjorkstrand set a career high in goals (23).

MONSTER REPORT The AHL’s Cleveland Monsters currently sit fifth in the North Division with a 36-29-8-2 record (82 pts) after falling to the Charlotte Checkers 2-1 to Charlotte on Friday. Zac Dalpe (32-22-54), Mark Letestu (20-29-49) and Tommy Cross (7-27-34) lead the Monsters in scoring. The club, is tied with Belleville but trails in ROW for the final playoff spot in the division, has one game remaining in the regular season.

 

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING GAME NOTES

 

LAST GAME Lightning 1 vs. Columbus 5 Tampa Bay fell into an 0-2 hole in its best-of-seven First Round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets after losing 5-1 in Game 2 Friday at AMALIE Arena…The Lightning dropped to 10-5 all-time in Game 2s following a Game 1 loss and 15-9 all-time in Game 2s…Columbus netted the game’s first three goals, including scoring twice on the power play…Mikhail Sergachev netted the lone goal for the Lightning five minutes into the third period to cut Tampa Bay’s deficit to 3-1…Riley Nash scored at 9:06 of the third to re-establish Columbus’ three-goal lead, and Artemi Panarin added an insurance marker at 12:15 of the third…Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 22-of-27 shots in the loss…The Lightning have lost four-consecutive playoff games dating back to last season’s Eastern Conference Final. PP: TBL – 0-2 CBJ – 2-4 SOG: TBL – 24 CBJ – 27 Attendance: 19,092

TONIGHT’S MATCHUP The Lightning are searching for their first victory in the best-of-seven First Round series against Columbus tonight at Nationwide Arena…Tampa Bay is 3-1 in Game 3s when down 0-2 in a series…The Lightning are 1-3 in playoff series all-time when falling into an 0- 2 hole, their only series victory coming in the 2003 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals when they reeled off four-straight wins against the Washington Capitals after losing the opening two games at home…Mikhail Sergachev has recorded a point in every game of his career vs. CBJ (3-9–12 in 8 career games) and scored his first career NHL goals against the Blue Jackets, netting two on Oct. 19, 2017 at Columbus…J.T. Miller has tallied a point in three of his four games vs. CBJ this season (1-4–5)…Andrei Vasilevskiy has more career shutouts (3) vs. Columbus than he does against any other NHL team (Vasilevskiy is still looking for his first career playoff shutout).

TONIGHT’S STORYLINES Tampa Bay is 14-9 all-time in Games 3s…The Lightning are 8-5 all-time in Game 3s on the road, having won two-straight and three of their last four road Game 3s…The Bolts are 6-5 in Game 3s under head coach Jon Cooper…Tampa Bay owns an all-time playoff record of 73-62, including a 37-28 record in road playoff games…The Bolts have won five of their last six and 10 of their last 14 road playoff games…The Lightning are 36-29 in the postseason under head coach Jon Cooper…The Bolts enter Game 3 with 1,248 combined games of playoff experience on the roster; Dan Girardi has the most playoff experience (141 games) overall on the Lightning while Victor Hedman has played in the most playoff games (84) with Tampa Bay…The Lightning won the first Presidents’ Trophy in franchise history in 2018-19, requiring the second-fewest games all-time in the NHL to clinch the trophy (73 games), and finished as the top team in the Eastern Conference (and Atlantic Division) for the second-consecutive season…Tampa Bay’s 62 regular season wins were tied with the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings for the most in NHL history…The Lightning’s 128 regular season points were the fourth most all-time in the League…The Bolts finished the regular season with the NHL’s top power play at 28.2% (10th best all-time in League history) and best penalty kill at 85.02% to become just the second team in the League since 1977 (when the NHL began tracking the stat) to rank first in both special teams categories, joining 2015-16 Anaheim.

INJURIES 2018-19 Regular Season Man Games Lost: 119 2018-19 Playoff Man Games Lost: 2 Current injuries Anton Stralman (Lower Body; Day-to-Day) 3 Games (2 playoff games)

TRANSACTIONS April 11 – Re-assigned D Cameron Gaunce to AHL Syracuse April 8 – Re-assigned G Eddie Pasquale to AHL Syracuse

SERG-ING AHEAD Tampa Bay defenseman Mikhail Sergachev scored the Bolts’ lone goal in Game 2 vs. CBJ for his second-consecutive game with a point to start the First Round series (1-1–2)…Sergachev netted his third career playoff goal in 19 career playoff games…Sergachev ranks tied for second all-time among TBL defensemen for playoff goals.

TBL ALL-TIME DEFENSEMEN PLAYOFF GOAL LEADERS 1. Victor Hedman – 7 (84 GP) T-2. Mikhail Sergachev – 3 (19 GP) T-2. Jason Garrison – 3 (40 GP)

T-2. Dan Boyle – 3 (45 GP) T-2. Pavel Kubina – 3 (46 GP) T-2. Anton Stralman – 3 (49 GP) Sergachev can match his career high for consecutive games earning a postseason point by getting on the scoresheet in Game 3 at CBJ (3-straight games with a point from Game 5 in 1st Rd. series vs. NJD through Game 2 of Second Rd. series vs. BOS in 2018, tallying 2-1–3).

THE BIG CAT Tampa Bay goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 22-of-27 shots in a loss in Game 2 at CBJ…Vasilevskiy has lost his last four playoff starts dating back to the 2018 playoffs, the longest postseason losing skid of his career…Vasilevskiy is 5-6 in the playoffs in games following a loss (in decisions)…Vasilevskiy is 13-1-1 with four shutouts in games following a losing start in 2018-19 (reg. season and playoffs)…Vasilevskiy went 39-10-4 in 2018-19 to finish with the most wins among NHL goalies for the second-consecutive season (T1st w/ WPG’s Hellebuyck in 2017-18 w/ 44 wins)…Vasilevskiy’s 39 wins in 2018-19 were the third most in a single season in TBL history…Over the last two seasons, no NHL goalie has as many wins as Vasilevskiy in regular season and playoff games combined.

NHL WINS LEADERS SINCE 2017-18 (REG. SEASON & PLAYOFFS) 1. Andrei Vasilevskiy (TBL) – 94 2. Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) – 87 3. Braden Holtby (WSH) – 84 POINTING THE WAY Lightning center Brayden Point established career highs for goals (41), assists (51) and points (92) in 2018-19…Point led the NHL for power-play goals (20) in the regular season and scored the second-most power-play goals in TBL history for a single season (most: Steven Stamkos – 24 PPGs in 2009-10)…Point finished second in the NHL regular season for shooting percentage (21.5%), trailing only Edmonton’s Leon Draisaitl (21.6%)…Over the last two regular seasons combined, Point leads the NHL for shooting percentage (17.9%) for players with 400 or more shots.

STAMMER TIME Bolts captain Steven Stamkos set a career high for scoring in a season after netting a goal in the regular season finale April 6 at BOS for his 98th point, passing the 97 points he put up in 2011-12…Stamkos scored 45 goals during the regular season (tied for the third most in his career) to finish fourth in the NHL for goals…Stamkos’ 45 goals were tied for the fourth most in a single season by a Lightning player…Stamkos set the franchise record for most career goals, passing Vincent Lecavalier (383 goals) on March 18 vs. ARI…Stamkos currently has 393 career goals and 415 goals including playoffs…Since entering the league in 2008-09, Stamkos ranks second in the NHL for goals in the regular season and playoffs combined.

NHL GOAL LEADERS SINCE 2008-09 (REG. SEASON & PLAYOFFS) 1. Alex Ovechkin (WSH) – 553 2. Steven Stamkos (TBL) – 414 3. Sidney Crosby (PIT) – 404 4. Patrick Kane (CHI) – 385 5. Evgeni Malkin (PIT) – 364

HED OF THE CLASS Tampa Bay defenseman Victor Hedman paces the Lightning and ranks 22nd in the NHL for average time on ice (23:14) during the playoffs…Hedman led the Bolts for average time on ice during the regular season (22:46) for the sixth-consecutive season…The 2018 Norris Trophy winner paced all TBL defensemen for goals (12), assists (42) and scoring (54 pts.) in the regular season…Since the start of the 2015 playoffs, Hedman ranks second among NHL defensemen for postseason scoring.

NHL DEFENSEMEN PLAYOFF SCORING LEADERS SINCE 2015 1. John Carlson (WSH) – 45 pts. 2. Victor Hedman (TBL) – 39 pts. 3. Brent Burns (SJS) – 36 pts.

MILESTONES Tyler Johnson (7 playoff GWGs) needs one playoff game-winning goal to tie Martin St. Louis for most in TBL history Anton Stralman needs one game to reach 50 career playoff games Steven Stamkos (29 career playoff assists) needs one playoff assist to pass Brad Richards for fourth-most playoff assists in TBL history Steven Stamkos (51 career playoff points) needs one playoff point to tie Vincent Lecavalier for third-most playoff points in TBL history Andrei Vasilevskiy (823 career playoff saves) needs eight saves to tie Nikolai Khabibulin for second-most playoff saves in TBL history Victor Hedman (3 career playoff PPGs) needs one power-play goal to pass Pavel Kubina for the most playoff power-play goals by a defenseman in TBL history NOTEWORTHY Lightning defensemen combined for 207 points during the regular season, setting a franchise record (Bolts blueliners accounted for five of Tampa Bay’s 10 playoffs points through Game 2)…Tampa Bay is 18-2-1 this season (reg. season & playoffs) in games following a loss…The Lightning have yet to lose three-straight games this season.

 

Crew SC shutdown by Montreal Impact, 1-0

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Logan Agin; COURTESY OF COLUMBUS CREW SC COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

Columbus Crew SC (4-2-1, 13 pts.) were unable to capitalize on a handful of solid chances as the away side fell 1-0 to the Montreal Impact (3-2-2, 11 pts.) in their home-opener on Saturday, April 13 at Stade Saputo.

In the first half, the Black & Gold created multiple goal-scoring opportunities in the first half, with midfielders Federico Higuain and Robinho each posting solid chances in the 22nd and 26th minute, respectively, but were both blocked by Montreal goalkeeper Evan Bush. In the 39th minute, forward Gyasi Zardes tried to redirect the ball into the net but as it rolled just outside of the goal frame.

Crew SC opened up the second half of play with a curving shot by Robinho that was tipped out of bounds by Bush in the 52nd minute. In the 55th minute, Montreal’s Maxi Urruti dropped the ball back to Harry Novillo, who drove the ball past goalkeeper Zack Steffen, the first goal Steffen has conceded in 499 consecutive minutes of play. In the 68th minute, Higuain’s corner kick was deflected off of the bottom of the crossbar and was eventually cleared.

With this loss, the Black & Gold’s record in Montreal since 2014 drops to 1-4-0. Up next, Columbus returns to MAPFRE Stadium to host the Portland Timbers on Saturday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. ET.

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Goal Scoring Rundown:

MTL – Harry Novillo (Maxi Urruti), 55th minute: Novillo drives a ball to the bottom left corner off of a dropped pass from Urruti. CLB 0, MTL 1 | FINAL

Summary

2 Corners 7
1 Missed Chances 3
43 Duels Won 30
3 Tackles Won 7
5 Saves 6
27 Clearances 4
2 Offsides 3
5 Fouls 12
0 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0

Montreal stats on left; Columbus on the right

 

Bearcats top scorer Cumberland named unanimous 1st team All-AAC

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Andre Foushee; COURTESY UC SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

Jarron cumberland going up for shot (courtesy UC Sports Communications)

CINCINNATI – University of Cincinnati men’s basketball junior guard Jarron Cumberland (Wilmington, Ohio/Wilmington High School) has been named a unanimous First Team All-American Athletic Conference selection by the league’s coaches.

 

Cumberland was one of three players in the league to earn unanimous first-team honors along with Cory Davis Jr. of Houston and Jeremiah Martin of Memphis. The other first-team All-AAC honorees were Temple’s Shizz Alston Jr. and UCF’s B.J. Taylor.

 

It marks the second consecutive season and third time in the league’s six years that a Bearcats student-athlete was tabbed a unanimous first-team all-league selection. UC All-Americans Gary Clark (2018) and Sean Kilpatrick (2014) also earned the distinction.

 

Cumberland averaged 18.4 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists during the regular season, helping lead the Bearcats to a 25-6 overall record and second-place finish at 14-4 in the league. He scored 20 or more points 15 times during the season and served as Cincinnati’s top scorer in 20 games, including 14 in league play.

 

Cumberland ranked among AAC leaders in seven categories this season: points (third at 18.4), three-point field goal percentage (fifth at .404), three-pointers made (tied for sixth at 2.3), free throw percentage (eighth at .780), assists (11th at 3.5), assist-to-turnover ratio (13th at 1.3) and minutes played (15th at 32.1).

 

Cumberland was recognized by the league nine times for weekly honors in 2018-19, earning player of the week accolades four times (Nov. 26, Dec. 24, Jan. 21 and Jan. 28) and a spot on the weekly honor roll five times (Jan. 14, Feb. 4, Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 4).

 

As a freshman, Cumberland was named to The American’s All-Rookie Team and was the AAC’s Co-Sixth Man of the Year in 2016-17.

 

// FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Shizz Alston, Jr., Temple

Jarron Cumberland, Cincinnati *

Corey Davis, Jr., Houston *

Jeremiah Martin, Memphis *

B.J. Taylor, UCF

 

// SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Armoni Brooks, Houston

Aubrey Dawkins, UCF

Markis McDuffie, Wichita State

Jahmal McMurray, SMU

Quinton Rose, Temple

 

// THIRD TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Jalen Adams, UConn

David Collins, USF

Tacko Fall, UCF

DaQuan Jeffries, Tulsa

Laquincy Rideau, USF

 

// ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

Dexter Dennis, Wichita State

Jayden Gardner, ECU *

Tyler Harris, Memphis

Nate Hinton, Houston *

Alexis Yetna, USF *

 

*unanimous selection

 

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