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Senior Troy Huff was one of 30 Mid-Major players in Division I named to the Lou Henson All-America Team.
Huff named finalist for Lou Henson Award
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Updated: Tuesday 03/28/2014 14:26:37 (ET)
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BOSTON - Senior Troy Huff earned a spot on the Lou Henson All-America Team for the second consecutive season and is one of 30 finalists for the Lou Henson Award, given annually to the top Mid-Major player in Division I basketball.

Huff was one of only four repeat performers on the team, joining Oakland's Travis Bader, BYU's Tyler Haws and Indiana State's Jake Odum with that distinction. The Milwaukee native averaged 19.2 ppg for the second consecutive season and became just the third player in UND history to reach the 2,000-point plateau.

Fellow All-Big Sky first team performer Kareem Jamar was the only other player from the conference named to the 30-man squad. 

The Lou Henson Award, which is named after the veteran coach who retired in 2005 after 41 spectacular seasons at the collegiate level, will be awarded on April 4 in Dallas, Texas at the CollegeInsider.com Awards Banquet at this year's Final Four. Henson is the all-time winningnest coach at both Ilinois and New Mexico State.

2014 LOU HENSON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
Ike Azotam (6-7, Sr., Quinnipiac)
Travis Bader (6-5, Sr., Oakland)
George Beamon (6-4, Sr., Manhattan)
Taylor Braun (6-7, Sr., North Dakota State)
Alec Brown (7-1, Sr., Green Bay)
David Brown (6-3, Sr., Western Michigan)
Julius Brown (5-10, Jr., Toledo)
Glenn Cosey (6-0, Sr., Eastern Kentucky)
Torrey Craig (6-6, Sr., USC Upstate)
Langston Hall (6-4, Sr., Mercer)
Tyler Haws (6-5, Jr., BYU)
Troy Huff (6-5, Sr., North Dakota)
R.J. Hunter (6-5, So., Georgia State)
Jeremy Ingram (6-3, Sr., North Carolina Central)
Kareem Jamar (6-5, Sr., Montana)
J.J. Mann (6-6, Sr., Belmont)
Z. Mason (6-6, Sr., Chattanooga)
Javon McCrea (6-7, Sr., Buffalo)
Aaric Murray (6-0, Sr., Texas Southern)
Jake Odum (6-4, Sr., Indiana State)
Jacob Parker (6-6, Jr., Stephen F. Austin)
Elfrid Payton (6-3, Jr., Louisiana Lafayette)
Devon Saddler (6-2, Sr., Delaware)
Wesley Saunders (6-5, Jr., Harvard)
Justin Sears (6-8, So., Yale)
Kiefer Sykes (5-11, Jr., Green Bay)
Jameel Warney (6-8, So., Stony Brook)
Jalan West (5-10, So., Northwestern State)
Alan Williams (6-8, Jr., UC Santa Barbara)
Pendarvis Williams (6-6, Sr., Norfolk State)

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