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NBCSports.com 2012-2013 All-Conference Teams

Mar 11, 2013, 12:16 PM EDT

BIG TEN

Player of the Year: Trey Burke (Michigan)
Coach of the Year: Tom Crean (Indiana)
All-Conference Team:

  • Trey Burke (Michigan)
  • Victor Oladipo (Indiana)
  • Tim Hardaway Jr. (Michigan)
  • Deshaun Thomas (Ohio State)
  • Cody Zeller (Indiana)

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BIG 12

Player of the Year: Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)
Coach of the Year: Bruce Weber (Kansas State)
All-Conference Team:

  • Pierre Jackson (Baylor)
  • Ben McLemore (Kansas)
  • Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)
  • Romero Osby (Oklahoma)
  • Jeff Withey (Kansas)

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BIG EAST

Player of the Year: Otto Porter (Georgetown)
Coach of the Year: Buzz Williams (Marquette)
All-Conference Team:

  • Russ Smith (Louisville)
  • Shabazz Napier (Connecticut)
  • Otto Porter (Georgetown)
  • Jack Cooley (Notre Dame)
  • Gorgui Dieng (Louisville)

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ACC

Player of the Year: Shane Larkin (Miami)
Coach of the Year: Jim Larranaga (Miami)
All-Conference Team:

  • Shane Larkin (Miami)
  • Erick Green (Virginia Tech)
  • Joe Harris (Virginia)
  • Richard Howell (NC State)
  • Mason Plumlee (Duke)

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Mountain West

Player of the Year: Colton Iverson (Colorado State)
Coach of the Year: Steve Alford (New Mexico)
All-Conference Team:

  • Kendall Williams (New Mexico)
  • Michael Lyons (Air Force)
  • Jamaal Franklin (San Diego State)
  • Anthony Bennett (UNLV)
  • Colton Iverson (Colorado State)

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ATLANTIC 10

Player of the Year: Khalif Wyatt (Temple)
Coach of the Year: Jim Crews (St. Louis)
All-Conference Team:

  • Khalif Wyatt (Temple)
  • Ramon Galloway (La Salle)
  • Rotnei Clarke (Butler)
  • Dwayne Evans (St. Louis)
  • Juvonte Reddic (VCU)

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PAC-12

Player of the Year: Allen Crabbe (California)
Coach of the Year: Ben Howland (UCLA)
All-Conference Team:

  • Jahii Carson (Arizona State)
  • Allen Crabbe (California)
  • Shabazz Muhammad (UCLA)
  • Solomon Hill (Arizona)
  • Andre Roberson (Colorado)

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SEC

Player of the Year: Jordan McRae (Tennessee)
Coach of the Year: Andy Kennedy (Ole Miss)
All-Conference Team:

  • Phil Pressey (Missouri)
  • Marshall Henderson (Ole Miss)
  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Georgia)
  • Jordan McRae (Tennessee)
  • Nerlens Noel (Kentucky)

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MISSOURI VALLEY

Player of the Year: Doug McDermott (Creighton)
Coach of the Year: Gregg Marshall (Wichita State)
All-Conference Team:

  • Jake Odum (Indiana State)
  • Colt Ryan (Evansville)
  • Doug McDermott (Creighton)
  • Cleanthony Early (Wichita State)
  • Jackie Carmichael (Illinois State)

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CONFERENCE USA

Player of the Year: Keith Clanton (UCF)
Coach of the Year: Donnie Tyndall (Southern Miss)
All-Conference Team:

  • Geron Johnson (Memphis)
  • Joe Jackson (Memphis)
  • Joseph Young (Houston)
  • Dwayne Davis (Southern Miss)
  • Keith Clanton (UCF)

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WCC

Player of the Year: Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga)
Coach of the Year: Mark Few (Gonzaga)
All-Conference Team:

  • Matthew Dellavedova (St. Mary’s)
  • Anthony Ireland (Loyola Marymount)
  • Tyler Haws (BYU)
  • Brandon Davies (BYU)
  • Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga)

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WAC

Player of the Year: Kyle Barone (Idaho)
Coach of the Year: Michael White (Louisiana Tech)
All-Conference Team:

  • Raheem Appleby (Louisiana Tech)
  • Daniel Mullings (New Mexico State)
  • Joel Wright (Texas State)
  • Chris Udofia (Denver)
  • Kyle Barone (Idaho)

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OHIO VALLEY

Player of the Year: Isaiah Canaan (Murray State)
Coach of the Year: Rick Byrd (Belmont)
All-Conference Team:

  • Ian Clark (Belmont)
  • Patrick Miller (Tennessee State)
  • Isaiah Canaan (Murray State)
  • Jud Dillard (Tennessee Tech)
  • Ed Daniel (Murray State)

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MAC

Player of the Year: D.J. Cooper, Ohio
Coach of the Year: Keith Dambrot, Akron
All-Conference Team:

  • D.J. Cooper (Ohio)
  • Rian Pearson (Toledo)
  • Kyle Randall (Central Michigan)
  • Javon McCrea (Buffalo)
  • Chris Evans (Kent State)

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SUN BELT

Player of the Year: Augustine Rubit (South Alabama)
Coach of the Year: Kermit Davis (Middle Tennessee State)
All-Conference Team:

  • Greg Gantt (Florida Atlantic)
  • Marcos Knight (Middle Tennessee State)
  • Elfrid Payton (Louisiana-Lafayette)
  • Tymell Murphy (Florida International)
  • Augustine Rubit (South Alabama)

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ATLANTIC SUN

Player of the Year: Torrey Craig (USC Upstate)
Coach of the Year: Bob Hoffman (Mercer)
All-Conference Team:

  • Parker Smith (North Florida)
  • Eshaunte Jones (Northern Kentucky)
  • Sherwood Brown (FGCU)
  • Adam Pegg (Stetson)
  • Torrey Craig (USC Upstate)

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HORIZON

Player of the Year: Ray McCallum (Detroit)
Coach of the Year: Billy Donlon (Wright State)
All-Conference Team:

  • Ray McCallum (Detroit)
  • Kendrick Perry (Youngstown State)
  • Keifer Sykes (Green Bay)
  • Ryan Broekhoff (Valparaiso)
  • Nick Minnerath (Detroit)

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MAAC

Player of the Year: Lamont Jones (Iona)
Coach of the Year: Joe Mihalich (Niagara)
All-Conference Team:

  • Lamont Jones (Iona)
  • Billy Baron (Canisius)
  • Juan’ya Green (Niagara)
  • Erik Etherly (Loyola)
  • Rhamel Brown (Manhattan)

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CAA

Player of the Year: Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)
Coach of the Year: Bill Coen (Northeastern)
All-Conference Team:

  • R.J. Hunter (Georgia State)
  • Joel Smith (Northeastern)
  • Damion Lee (Drexel)
  • Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)
  • Keith Rendleman (UNCW)

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PATRIOT

Player of the Year: Mike Muscala (Bucknell)
Coach of the Year: Fran O’Hanlon (Lafayette)
All-Conference Team:

  • Tony Johnson (Lafayette)
  • Cameron Ayers (Bucknell)
  • Ella Ellis (Army)
  • Holden Greiner (Lehigh)
  • Mike Muscala (Bucknell)

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SUMMIT

Player of the Year: Nate Wolters (South Dakota State)
Coach of the Year: Jim Molinari (Western Illinois)
All-Conference Team:

  • Travis Bader (Oakland)
  • Nate Wolters (South Dakota State)
  • Frank Gaines (Fort Wayne)
  • Marshall Bjorklund (North Dakota State)
  • Terell Parks (Western Illinois)

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BIG SKY

Player of the Year: Kareem Jamar (Montana)
Coach of the Year: Randy Rahe (Weber State)
All-Conference Team:

  • Scott Bamforth (Weber State)
  • Kareem Jamar (Montana)
  • Gabe Rogers (Northern Arizona)
  • Davion Berry (Weber State)
  • Mathias Ward (Montana)

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BIG WEST

Player of the Year: Alan Williams (UC-Santa Barbara)
Coach of the Year: Bob Thomason (Pacific)
All-Conference Team:

  • Corey Hawkins (UC-Davis)
  • Kwame Vaughn (Cal State Fullerton)
  • DJ Seeley (Cal State Fullerton)
  • Alan Williams (UC-Santa Barbara)
  • James Ennis (Long Beach State)

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SOUTHERN

Player of the Year: Jake Cohen (Davidson)
Coach of the Year: Bob McKillop (Davidson)
All-Conference Team:

  • Andrew Lawrence (Charleston)
  • Trevis Simpson (UNC-Greensboro)
  • De’Mon Brooks (Davidson)
  • Jake Cohen (Davidson)
  • Nathan Healy (Appalachian State)

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IVY

Player of the Year: Ian Hummer (Princeton)
Coach of the Year: Tommy Amaker (Harvard)
All-Conference Team:

  • Siyani Chambers (Harvard)
  • Wesley Saunders (Harvard)
  • Shonn Miller (Cornell)
  • Miles Cartwright (Penn)
  • Ian Hummer (Princeton)

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AMERICA EAST

Player of the Year: Tommy Brenton (Stony Brook)
Coach of the Year: Steve Pikiell (Stony Brook)
All-Conference Team:

  • DJ Irving (Boston U.)
  • Brian Voelkel (Vermont)
  • Mark Nwakamma (Hartford)
  • Justin Edwards (Maine)
  • Tommy Brenton (Stony Brook)

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NEC

Player of the Year: Jamal Olasewere (LIU-Brooklyn)
Coach of the Year: Tim O’Shea (Bryant)
All-Conference Team:

  • Kyle Vinales (Central Connecticut State)
  • Shane Gibson (Sacred Heart)
  • Ike Azotam (Quinnipiac)
  • Jamal Olasewere (LIU-Brooklyn)
  • Alex Francis (Bryant)

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MEAC

Player of the Year: Pendarvis Williams (Norfolk State)
Coach of the Year: LeVelle Moton (North Carolina Central)
All-Conference Team:

  • Jamie Adams (Florida A&M)
  • Adrien Coleman (Bethune-Cookman)
  • Michael Murray (Coppin State)
  • Austin Witter (North Carolina A&T)
  • Pendarvis Williams (Norfolk State)

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SOUTHLAND

Player of the Year: Taylor Smith (Stephen F. Austin)
Coach of the Year: Danny Kaspar (Stephen F. Austin)
All-Conference Team:

  • Kevin Hardy (McNeese State)
  • LaQuentin Miles (Central Arkansas)
  • DeQuan Hicks (Northwestern State)
  • Fred Hunter (Nicholls State)
  • Damen Bell-Holter (Oral Roberts)

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SWAC

Player of the Year: Omar Strong (Texas Southern)
Coach of the Year: Mike Davis (Texas Southern)
All-Conference Team:

  • Omar Strong (Texas Southern)
  • Derick Beltran (Southern)
  • Davon Usher (Mississippi Valley State)
  • Fred Sturdivant (Texas Southern)
  • Malcolm Miller (Southern)

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