CIS National Awards Announced: Philip Scrubb Named Player of the Year

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Courtesy: TSN

The CIS announced the All-Canadians and major award winners for the 2012-13 men’s basketball season this morning. Philip Scrubb headlines the group as Player of the Year once again.

2012-2013 CIS MEN’S BASKETBALL AWARDS & ALL-CANADIANS

Mike Moser Memorial Trophy (player of the year): Philip Scrubb, Carleton

Defensive player of the year: Greg Carter, Lakehead

Dr. Peter Mullins Trophy (rookie of the year): Deontay Smith, UPEI

Stuart W. Aberdeen Memorial Trophy (coach of the year): Dave Smart, Carleton

Ken Shields Award (basketball, academics & community service): Daniel McCarthy, Guelph

First Team

Pos.     Athlete                        University       Year    Hometown                  Faculty

 

G         Philip Scrubb               Carleton           3          Richmond, B.C.           Commerce

G         James Dorsey              Cape Breton     5          Baltimore, Md.             Community Studies

G         Stephon Lamar            Saskatchewan  3          San Diego, Calif.         Arts & Science

F          Tyson Hinz                  Carleton           4          Ottawa, Ont.                Commerce

F          Owen Klassen              Acadia             4          Kingston, Ont.             Kinesiology

 

Second Team

F          Lien Phillip                  Windsor           4          St. Marks, Grenada      Business                     

G         Doug Plumb                 UBC                5          Pitt Meadows, B.C.      Arts

G         Maxwell Allin              Laurier             4          Chatham, Ont.             Arts

G         Warren Ward               Ottawa             5          London, Ont.               Arts

C          Mike Andrews             Bishop’s          3          Oakville, Ont.              Education

All-Rookie Team

G         Deontay Smith             UPEI                1          North Preston, N.S.      Arts

G         Rohan Boney               McMaster         1          Oakville, Ont.              Social Science

G         Shaquille Keith            Cape Breton     1          Brampton, Ont.            Community Studies

G         Youssef Ouahrig          Alberta             1          Montreal, Que.             Native Studies


G         Karl Demers-Bélanger Laval               1          Quebec City, Que.       Actuarial Studies

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