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Date Posted: Friday, March 07, 01:56:48pm
Author: Tim Camp
Subject: Re: MAAC Awards
In reply to: oldtimer#1 's message, "MAAC Awards" on Thursday, March 06, 08:59:31pm

MAAC has to be the only league in America where someone can lead the nation in scoring and not get at least a share of POY.

Charron Fisher joins Keekee (twice) as a national scoring leader who didn't make POY that year.

Worst was when Keekee led the conference in scoring but didn't make 1st team all-MAAC in his freshman year.

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[> [> Re: MAAC Awards -- Pete Scerbo '85, Friday, March 07, 02:07:30pm [1]

Tim, wasn't KeeKee second to Flores in scoring that year? I think it was 24.7ppg for Flores to 24.2ppg for KeeKee. I'll check my media guide when I get home.

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[> [> [> Re: MAAC Awards -- Tim Camp, Saturday, March 08, 12:58:09pm [1]

You might be correct Pete. I was writing off the top of my head and it was five years ago, so I could be wrong. I remember the scoring race between Keekee and Flores was very close. It may even have been so close that they reversed places when Flores played more postseason games.

I remember that the sportswriters that cover the MAAC (mainly the ones in Albany) thought it was a travesty.

One of the Albany guys did an off-the-record survey of the coaches and several of them said their sole reason for leaving Clark off was that he was a freshman.

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