University of Delaware’s Jamelle Hagins, Jarvis Threatt Earn CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major All-America Honors
April 10, 2012
Photos Courtesy of Mark Campbell
BOSTON, Mass. -- University of Delaware junior forward Jamelle Hagins was named to the 2012 CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Defensive All-America Team while freshman guard Jarvis Threatt was selected to the CollegeInsider.com Freshman All-American Team, it was announced Tuesday.
Hagins, an All-CAA Second Team, CAA All-Defensive Team, and NABC All-District Second Team selection this season, was named to the CollegeInsider.com Defensive squad for the second consecutive year. He averaged a double-double this season for the Blue Hens, ranking second on the squad with 12.4 points to go with a team-best 11.1 rebounds per game.
Hagins (at right) led the conference and was fifth in the nation in rebounds per game, while ranking second in the league and ninth in the country with 2.97 blocks per outing. He also led the CAA with 8.4 defensive rebounds per game, while ranking second with a 54.8 field goal percentage.
Already the school’s career blocked shots leader, Hagins recorded 95 swats this year, the third highest single season total in school history. He recorded 15 double-doubles on the season, and will enter his senior year ranked eighth in Delaware history with 725 career rebounds.
Threatt, a CAA All-Rookie Team selection, ranked third on the Blue Hens with 10.7 points per game while leading the squad with an 81.8 free throw percentage. He came on during the second half of the regular season, reaching double figures in 11 of the final 15 games including each of the final eight contests. A four-time CAA Rookie of the Week award winner, Threatt scored a career-high 31 points during the CBI first round game at Butler and scored 30 during the double overtime win over Georgia State on Jan. 21.
Threatt (at left) set a UD freshman single game record by connecting on 16 free throws in the final regular season game of the year against Towson, and averaged 19.6 points over the final eight games of the season.Back To Men's Basketball Home Men's Basketball Story Archive