2019-20 All-Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Teams Warith Alatishe Nicholls F So. Houston, Texas Sha’Markus Kennedy McNeese F Sr. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Dexter McClanahan Nicholls G R-Sr. Ellenwood, Ga. A Navarro College transfer, Kensmil was a valuable addition to the ‘Jacks, averaging 11.6 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest while converting 58.3 percent of his attempts from the field. He tallied 13 double-digit outings and a pair of double-doubles. Kennedy made the best of his final year in a McNeese uniform, averaging a double-double with the second-highest scoring rate (18.6) and a league-best 10.8 rebounds per game. The Southland leader in field-goal percentage (.687) racked up 16 double-doubles, which is tied for third in the conference’s single-season history. Dru Kuxhausen McNeese G Jr. Scottsbluff, Neb. Stephen F. Austin also accounted for the league’s Newcomer of the Year in junior forward Gavin Kensmil, and ‘Jacks head man Kyle Keller garnered Coach of the Year honors. McNeese’s Sha’Markus Kennedy is the Defensive Player of the Year, and UIW’s Keaston Willis is the Freshman of the Year. Gavin Kensmil Stephen F. Austin F Jr. Paramaribo, Suriname A four-time Southland Player of the Week, Kennedy was the only Southland player to pull down 20 rebounds in a game, achieving the feat twice against league opponents. He posted 14 20-point performances and recorded the conference’s only triple-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocks against UMKC. Ian DuBose2 Houston Baptist G Jr. Durham, N.C. Third Team Institution Pos. Class Hometown All-conference teams and individual awards are nominated and voted upon by the conference’s head coaches and sports information directors. Voting for oneself or one’s own players/coaches is not permitted.Player of the Year: Kevon Harris, Stephen F. AustinDefensive Player of the Year: Sha’Markus Kennedy, McNeeseFreshman of the Year: Keaston Willis, UIWNewcomer of the Year: Gavin Kensmil, Stephen F. AustinCoach of the Year: Kyle Keller, Stephen F. Austin First Team Institution Pos. Class Hometown Zach Nutall Sam Houston State G So. Bryan, Texas Chad Bowie Sam Houston State G Sr. Houston, Texas Joe Pleasant Abilene Christian F So. Overland Park, Kan. Rylan Bergersen Central Arkansas G Jr. Boise, Idaho Kai Mitchell2 Sam Houston State F/C Sr. Haverstraw, N.Y. Harris headlines the all-conference first team, joined by Kennedy and Abilene Christian senior guard Payten Ricks. Sam Houston State placed two on the top squad in sophomore guard Zach Nutall and senior forward/center Kai Mitchell, last year’s Newcomer of the Year. John Comeaux Stephen F. Austin G Sr. Beaumont, Texas Sha’Markus Kennedy McNeese F Sr. Tuscaloosa, Ala. FRISCO, Texas – Stephen F. Austin senior guard Kevon Harris is the 2020 Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, the league announced Monday along with its all-conference teams. Southland Player of the Year awards are presented by Ready Nutrition. Bryson Robinson New Orleans G Sr. Mesquite, Texas Second Team Institution Pos. Class Hometown Harris is in the top five in program history in scoring (1,833) and is the school’s Division I leading scorer. Harris helped the ‘Jacks (28-3, 19-1 SLC) to their most regular-season wins since the 2013-14 season, including an upset of No. 1 Duke in which he dropped a game-high 26 points to snap the Blue Devils’ 150-game non-conference home winning streak. 2 indicates two-time all-conference selection3 indicates three-time all-conference selection Abilene Christian, McNeese and Nicholls joined SFA and SHSU as teams with multiple selections. Central Arkansas, Houston Baptist, Lamar, New Orleans and Northwestern State each had one honoree. Payten Ricks Abilene Christian G Sr. Wichita, Kan. Appearing in all 31 games in his first year at UIW, Willis averaged 14.8 points per game and ranked fifth in three-pointers made per contest (2.7) against Southland opponents. Nailing at least one from beyond the arc in all but two league games, he hit six three-pointers on three occasions against conference foes. Kevon Harris3 Stephen F. Austin G Sr. Ellenwood, Ga. The fearless leader of the conference-champion ‘Jacks, Harris averaged a team-high 17.7 points per game on 48.5 percent shooting along with 6.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists per contest. The league leader in three-point percentage in conference games (.451), he finished in double-digits in 17 of the team’s 20 league games. All-Defensive Team Institution Pos. Class Hometown T.J. Atwood Lamar G/F Sr. Beaumont, Texas In his fourth year at the helm of the ‘Jacks, Keller helped return the program to glory after a down year in 2018-19, leading the squad to an outright conference championship in 2019-20. Under Keller’s direction, SFA led all Division I schools in steals (10.5) and turnovers forced (21.61) per game and ranked in the top-10 in the nation in field goal percentage (49.1), free-throws made (546), rebound margin (7.6), scoring margin (13.6) and scoring offense (80.6). Chudier Bile Northwestern State F R-Jr. Denver, Colo. Hayden Koval Central Arkansas C Jr. Prosper, Texas Payten Ricks Abilene Christian G Sr. Wichita, Kan.
Fianna Fáil TD for Donegal Charlie McConalogue says British Prime Minister Teresa May’s decision not to include the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in the Government’s special Brexit Committee is a deeply worrying development.Deputy McConalogue commented, “Brexit poses one of the biggest political and economic threats to this country, and the Border region will be disproportionately impacted. The fact that Teresa May has failed to appoint Secretary of State James Brokenshire to the 12 person Brexit Cabinet Committee is very worrying and raises questions about the Conservative government’s grasp of the seriousness of the impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland.“We’ve already seen the collapse of Sterling and people are beginning to travel North again. Unless this is addressed, it will have a devastating effect on Border businesses. The mushroom industry has already seen a number of job losses. Farmers and people in the agri and food sector are highly reliant on UK exports, with almost half of all goods leaving the country being UK bound. “The impact of Brexit cannot be underestimated, and this latest development in the UK raises serious concerns. So many important issues remain up in the air – no decision on border controls has been taken and the increasing uncertainty is creating a genuine atmosphere of fear in Border counties.“The idea that the British Minister with responsibility for Northern Ireland would not hold a permanent seat on the Cabinet Committee examining these issues is baffling. Fianna Fáil’s Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Darragh O’Brien will be raising these concerns with the British Ambassador and seeking clarity on these issues”.Exclusion of Secretary of State from Brexit Committee ‘deeply worrying’ – McConalogue was last modified: October 19th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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