Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association Award

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Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association Award

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 17, 2015 5:37 am

Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association Awards

Player of the Year: Graham Stafford, Bates
Rookie of the Year: Quinn Richardson-Newton, St. Joseph's
Coach of the Year: Jon Furbush, Bates

All-State First Team
Graham Safford, Bates, senior
Steve Simonds, St. Joseph's, senior
Lucas Hausman, Bowdoin, junior
Chris Hudnut, Colby, junior
Levi Barnes, Thomas, junior

All-State Second Team
Trevon Butler, Husson, junior
John Swords, Bowdoin, senior
Mike Boornazian, Bates, junior
Raheem Anderson, Husson, sophomore
Luke Westman, Colby, junior

All-Rookie Team
Quinn Richardson-Newton, St. Joseph's
Drew Coveney, U. New England
Kevin Collins, Maine-Presque Isle
Tyler Thayer, Maine Maritime
Pat Dickert, Colby
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Re: Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association A

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:20 am

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Graham Stafford, a 6-1 point guard from Hampden, Maine, averaged 15.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 6.3 assists in his final year at Bates. The senior was a 30.0% (36-120) shooter from long range and made 95 free throws this season. Stafford recorded 41 steals on the defensive end and swatted seven shots. Stafford scored double figures in 22 of the 24 games played this season including a season-high 30 points on March 6 against St. Vincent in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In the March 6th win, Stafford hit
6-of-12 from the field and 16-of-19 from the charity stripe.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
A native of Saco, Maine, Quinn Richardson-Newton averaged 9.4 points and 4.1
rebounds in his first year of collegiate basketball. The rookie shot 55.2% (91-165) from the floor in 2014-15 in 27 games. Richardson-Newton ranked third on the Monks in points per game, total points, field goal percentage, field goals made, and steals per game. The freshman was second on SJC with 72 free throws made and his 4.1 rebounds also ranked second. QRN led the team in offensive rebounding by pulling down 1.6 offensive boards per game

COACH OF THE YEAR: A graduate of Bates, Jon Furbush led his alma mater to its best mark in school history and earned an at-large birth in the NCAA Division III Tournament. With a 21-7 record, Bates opened the season with seven straight wins with and finsihed the season with an impressive 12-1 record at home. Furbush guided Bates to its most total wins, best win-percentage, most conference wins, most wins at home in Furbush’s tenure.
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