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Author:  x [ Mon Mar 06, 2017 2:38 pm ]
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http://www.sunbeltsports.org/news/2017/3/5/GENERAL_0305170603.aspx

Tilbury made 1st team. First 1st-teamer for TXST since 2003.

Pearson edged out by D'Marcus Simonds from GSU for Freshman of the year.

Author:  x [ Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:22 pm ]
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First Team All-Sun Belt
Tookie Brown (Georgia Southern, Sophomore, G, Sport Management)
Ike Smith (Georgia Southern, Sophomore, G, Sport Management)
Kevin Hervey (UTA, Junior, F, Interdisciplinary Studies)
Kavin Gilder-Tilbury (Texas State, Senior, F, General Studies)
Jordon Varnado (Troy, Sophomore, F)

Second Team All-Sun Belt
Devin Carter (Arkansas State, RS Senior, G, Interdisciplinary Studies)
Jeremy Hollowell (Georgia State, Senior, F, Interdisciplinary Studies)
Bryce Washington (Louisiana, Junior, F, Accounting)
Jay Wright (Louisiana, Senior, G, General Studies)
Erick Neal (UTA, Junior, G, Broadcast Communications)

Third Team All-Sun Belt
Ronshad Shabazz (Appalachian State, Sophomore, G, Undecided)
Jaylen Shaw (Coastal Carolina, Junior, G)
D’Marcus Simonds (Georgia State, Freshman, G, Undecided)
Frank Bartley IV (Louisiana, Junior, G, Sociology)
Wesley Person (Troy, Junior, G, Global Business)

Player of the Year
Kevin Hervey (UTA, Junior, F, Interdisciplinary Studies)

Defensive Player of the Year
Jay Wright (Louisiana, Senior, G, General Studies)

Freshman of the Year
D’Marcus Simonds (Georgia State, Freshman, G, Undecided)

Newcomer of the Year
Frank Bartley IV (Louisiana, Junior, G, Sociology)

Joe Gottfried Coach of the Year
Scott Cross, UTA

Author:  Saul Goodman [ Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:42 pm ]
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is general studies code for liberal arts?

Author:  Larry Teis [ Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:14 pm ]
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Saul Goodman wrote:
is general studies code for liberal arts?


In his case, probably yes. But if all general studies "programs" are the same as Texas State's, then it could be any combination of minors that are available. Had a lab partner in my microprocessors class who had applied math, computer science and electrical engineering tech as his selected minors.

Author:  stlwildcats [ Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:42 pm ]
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Only four seniors and unfortunately we have one of them. A lot of good players in the conference. Sun Beltnis turning into a quality basketball conference. Lots of good returnees and pretty sure ULL has three transfers from power conferences able to play next year. Will be tough next year.

Congrats KGT. Well deserved.

Author:  CatMom [ Mon Mar 06, 2017 9:19 pm ]
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Larry Teis wrote:
Saul Goodman wrote:
is general studies code for liberal arts?


In his case, probably yes. But if all general studies "programs" are the same as Texas State's, then it could be any combination of minors that are available. Had a lab partner in my microprocessors class who had applied math, computer science and electrical engineering tech as his selected minors.

My daughter's major was sociology but had minors in history, psychology and women and gender studies.

BTW - for anyone that knows/knew my daughter, she applied for her PhD at Pitt (cause she lives in Pittsburgh now). Has her interview on March 23.

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