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Player of the Year: Kenny Adeleke (Hartford)

Most Valuable Player: Jamar Wilson (Albany)

Coach of the Year: Will Brown (Albany)


It's a good way to avoid commintment by selecting a POY and an MVP, even if in this case it might make logical sense.



Also, from Albany's web-site:




Norwood, Mass. -- University at Albany’s Jamar Wilson and Will Brown were honored on Wednesday, March 1 by CollegeInsider.com as the America East Conference’s Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year, respectively.


Wilson, a 6-foot-1 junior, is second in the conference in scoring at 17.6 points per game, plus averages 4.8 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.4 steals. He has scored 20 or more points on 13 occasions this season, including 30 against Maine on Feb. 11. Wilson, the first player in school history to combine for more than 1,400 career points and 300 assists, was recently named to the NABC All-District II second team.


Will Brown, who is in his fifth season as head coach, guided UAlbany to its first-ever America East regular-season title. The Great Danes, who will be the top seed in this week’s conference postseason tournament, have an 18-10 overall record, the most victories in the program’s Division I history. UAlbany has also established program Division I single-season marks for conference wins (13), home victories (9) and road wins (8). The Great Danes have made a 13-win improvement over the last two years since posting a 5-23 mark in 2003-04.

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