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    Default PSAC All-Conference

    http://www.psacsports.org/news/2018/...nce-teams.aspx




    West POY - Anthony Glover (IUP)
    East POY - Dustin Sleva (Shippensburg)



    EASTERN DIVISION

    Athlete of the Year: Dustin Sleva, Shippensburg
    Defensive Athlete of the Year: Frank Rokins, West Chester
    Freshman of the Year: Moe Williams, Kutztown
    Coach of the Year: Jeff Wilson, East Stroudsburg

    WESTERN DIVISION

    Athlete of the Year: Anthony Glover, IUP
    Defensive Athlete of the Year: Damon Miraud, Gannon
    Freshman of the Year: Drew Magestro, Pitt-Johnstown
    Coach of the Year: Pat Cleary, Edinboro


    ** All-conference teams and major award winners are determined by a vote of the league’s head coaches. **
    Last edited by IUPbigINDIANS; 03-01-2018 at 02:18 PM.

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    Liggins POY is the only real beef, right?

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    It was close. Liggins, Till and Glover were all legit candidates.

    Historically the PSAC coaches won't give it to a one-year guy.

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    You could convince me Till earned it. He had, what 21 double-doubles? Glover is by all means a worthy winner, when I said beef, I should've said debate I suppose

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    Agreed. All three were worthy.

    Anthony Coleman from Edinboro made some Twitter comments he should have been first team.

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    I watch differently, I've said all year Malik Miller is IUP's best player. Clarion's Grumley is the 1st team slight in my opinion

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    Grumley had a good year. So did Coleman.

    But, who would you bump for either? That's the tough part.

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    Women's ...

    http://psacsports.org/news/2018/2/28...tball-all.aspx

    West POY: Rosten (Edinboro)
    East POY: Brown (ESU)

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Grumley had a good year. So did Coleman.

    But, who would you bump for either? That's the tough part.
    I'm not really making a case for or against anyone, but everybody in the building knows Grumley has to go, for Clarion to have a chance, and most nights he still gets his.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VoiceOfReason View Post
    I'm not really making a case for or against anyone, but everybody in the building knows Grumley has to go, for Clarion to have a chance, and most nights he still gets his.
    He is very good, but hard to make a case for Grumley over any of the eight on the first team, particularly since his team went 0-22 in conference. Any other team that fields eight players on the court will be whistled for a technical.

    No arguments over Ciara Rosten for both player of the year and defense player of the year. She is a great player.

    And Miraud for west DPOY also a good choice. He gets more out of his 6' 4" frame than anyone that I've ever seen.

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    I'd think that John T is the only coach in the league that is upset that Miraud is leaving. That kid is tough.

    PS I sorta expect Gannon to win this weekend

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    I think they got the West right based on what I saw on the court. Someone mentions Till’s double doubles. I saw he was the first player in Rock history to score 600 pts and grab 350 rebounds in a single season.

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    As of one point in time recently, Till was only player in the country with 600 points and 350 rebounds (any level of NCAA).

    Wonder if he'll wear a Rock football helmet?

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    2018 NABC Coaches' D2 All-District Team

    Atlantic Region


    First Team

    Tommy Bolte - Concord
    Robert Davis - Johnson C. Smith
    Anthony Glover - IUP
    Haywood Highsmith - Wheeling Jesuit
    Keyshawn Liggins - Edinboro
    Dustin Sleva - Shippensburg

    Second Team

    Richard Granberry - Virginia State
    Steve Harris - East Stroudsburg
    Anthony Lee - Kutztown
    Dan Monteroso - West Liberty
    Micah Till - Slippery Rock


    Coach of the year: Lonnie Blow Jr., Virginia State

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