Men's Basketball

 

Reddick Named To All-ODAC Third Team

SALEM, Va. – Bridgewater College sophomore forward Ed Reddick was named to the All-ODAC Third Team as voted on by the conference's coaches. The team was announced Thursday evening at the annual ODAC men's basketball awards banquet at the Salem Civic Center.

Reddick led the Eagles in both scoring and rebounding this season, averaging 11.7 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. Reddick posted four double-doubles on the season and scored in double figures in 17 games. He scored a career-high 21 points in a late-season loss at Eastern Mennonite.

Randolph's Colton hunt was named the ODAC Player of the Year and the ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Randolph head coach Clay Nunley was the conference's Coach of the Year and Washington and Lee's Andrew Franz was tabbed Rookie of the Year.

Kurt Axe Memorial Player of the Year: Colton Hunt, Sr., Guard, Randolph
Bob Johnson Coach of the Year: Clay Nunley, Randolph
ODAC Rookie of the Year: Andrew Franz, Fr., Forward, Washington and Lee
ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: Colton Hunt, Sr., Guard, Randolph

 

All-ODAC First Team

Chris Astorga

Sr.

Forward

Virginia Wesleyan

Harrison George

Sr.

Forward

Hampden-Sydney

Colton Hunt

Sr.

Guard

Randolph

Josh Pittman

Sr.

Guard

Guilford

Khobi Williamson

Jr.

Center

Hampden-Sydney

D.J. Woodmore

Jr.

Guard

Virginia Wesleyan

 

All-ODAC Second Team

Kwasi Amponsah

Sr.

Guard

Roanoke

J.D. Ey

Sr.

Forward

Washington and Lee

Lamar Giggetts

Sr.

Forward

Randolph-Macon

Manny Hernandez

Jr.

Guard

Lynchburg

Andre Simon

Jr.

Forward

Randolph-Macon

Andrew Thorne

Sr.

Wing

Eastern Mennonite

 

All-ODAC Third Team

Austin Chillemi

Sr.

Center

Lynchburg

Tre' Ford

Sr.

Guard

Virginia Wesleyan

Matt McCarthy

So.

Guard

Guilford

Ed Reddick

So.

Forward

Bridgewater

R.J. Sims

Jr.

Wing

Eastern Mennonite

Chris Teasley

Sr.

Guard

Virginia Wesleyan