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America East Player of the Week

November 27th, 2007
America East

BURLINGTON, Vt. - Vermont men's basketball junior Mike Trimboli (Norwalk, Conn.) has been named the America East Men's Basketball Player of the Week. The conference made the announcement today.

Trimboli averaged 22.0 points and shot 67 percent from the field to lead the Catamounts to their first two victories of the season last week. Trimboli, a preseason America East All-Conference selection, scored a game-high 22 points, including the 1,000th of his career as UVM downed New Jersey Tech 91 -71 on Tuesday. He connected on 9-of-10 shots and also dished out six assists.

Big 12 Weekly Award Winners

November 26th, 2007
Baylor

IRVING, Texas - Junior A.J. Abrams (Texas) and freshman LaceDarius Dunn (Baylor) have been chosen as the latest Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week for the 2007-08 season, in voting by a panel of media covering the conference. Abrams wins player honors for the second time in his career, while Dunn’s rookie award marks the second consecutive week a Baylor player has won a Big 12 weekly award.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

A.J. Abrams, Texas, G, Jr., 5-11, 155, Round Rock, Texas/McNeil

CHN Player of the Week: Jon Brockman

November 18th, 2007

While last week’s Player of the Week decision was a no-brainer – Kansas State’s Michael Beasley had 62 points and 38 rebounds in the first two games of his career – it wasn’t the same this time. There were some noteworthy single-game performances, like Beasley going off for 28 and 22, Cincinnati’s Deonta Vaughn hit nine three-pointers and had 36 points and Tennessee-Martin’s Lester Hudson had a quadruple-double. However, the one player who had several consistently good games was Washington’s Jon Brockman.

Player of the Week: Michael Beasley

November 11th, 2007
Kansas St

The first Collegehoops.net Player of the Week for the 2007-08 season is a no-brainer. Kansas State's Michael Beasley got off to one of the best starts in college basketball history by averaging 31 points and 19 rebounds per game in two Wildcat wins. Beasley's opponents, Sacramento State and Pittsburgh State (a D2 team), won't wow you with talent.. but did I mention he averaged 31 and 19 per game?

Collegehoops.net Preseason Players of the Year

November 7th, 2007
DavidsonOfficial Collegehoops.net awards are voted on by CHN staff & writers. Commentary is provided by Jason Brubaker.

 

National Player of the Year: Tyler Hansbrough, F, UNC

 

CHN Top 10 Frontcourts & Backcourts

October 3rd, 2007
Kansas

For full commentary on the Top 10 Backcourts & Frontcourts, visit CHN's March Madness Blog by Jeff Borzello.

 

All-Metro Team and Final Awards

April 6th, 2007
FDU

First Team All-Metro Area
G Jared Jordan (Senior-Marist)
G Loren Stokes (Senior-Hofstra)
G Antoine Agudio (Junior-Hofstra)
F Bryant Dunston (Junior-Fordham)
F Andre Harris (Senior-Fairleigh Dickinson)

Second Team All-Metro Area
G Carlos Rivera (Senior-Hofstra)
G Will Whittington (Senior-Marist)
F Robert Hines (Junior-St. Francis-NY)
F Anthony Mason, Jr. (Sophomore-St. John’s)
F Todd Sowell (Junior-St. Peter’s)

Third Team All-Metro Area
G Eugene Harvey (Freshman-Seton Hall)

2007 Collegehoops.net All-Final Four Team

April 4th, 2007

Best Performance: Corey Brewer, Florida

Pick your tired, beaten-to-death cliché: Defense wins championships. There’s no “I” in team. The only stat that matters is the score. He rises to the occasion. All apply to Corey Brewer, who deservingly took home the Most Outstanding Player award and a piece of college basketball history Monday night.

2007 Collegehoops.net Coach & Program Awards

April 3rd, 2007
Pac-12
Nat'l Coach of the Year: Tony Bennett

 

In his first season as Washington State head coach, the Cougars improved from 11 wins to 26 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1994.


High-Major Coach of the Year: Todd Lickliter