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PCAC Most Valuable Player--D. Woods
PCAC Most Valuable Player--D. Woods
 
Sun, Mar. 13, 2011 - [Men's Basketball]
La Sierra has added more awards to it's men's basketball team.  Not only did they win the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference this season, they now own the League MVP and first and second team players.

The most valuable player for the PCAC was Daveon Woods, the 6-3 transfer from California Baptist University was 7th in scoring in conference with a 14,8 points per game, he was 19th in shooting percentage with 45.2 percent, and 6th in assist,steals, and blocks.

                 Miles Robbins

First Team All Conference was awarded to Miles Robbins, a 6-2 transfer from the University of Idaho. Robbins 19th in the conference in scoring averaging14 points per game, he was 7th in shooting percentage at 50.5 per game, and 4th in conference in assist,steals, and blocks.

                 Connor Madden

Receiving second team All Conference honors was 6-10, 240 pound  center Connor Madden. The transfer from College Of The Desert, finished second in conference in rebounding with an 8.8 rebounds per game.

La Sierra Men's finished first in conference in scoring with 1010 points scored this season, first in scoring average with 84.2 percent, and second in conference in defense.