Oregon Tech’s Hunter Tabbed First Team NAIA All-American
Freshman Bobby Hunter becomes Tech's ninth NAIA DII First-Team All-American selection.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. –Just a day after leading Oregon Tech to the NAIA Division II National Championship and a Tournament MVP award, freshman guard Bobby Hunter (Reno, Nev.) was named a First-Team NAIA Division II All-American in 2012, announced Wednesday by the national office.
Earlier this year Hunter was named first-team all-conference, while being selected the 2012 Cascade Conference Player of the Year, after leading Oregon Tech to a 15-3 conference mark.
Hunter led Oregon Tech to a 34-4 overall record, the most wins in Tech history in a single season, along with a fourth-straight regular-season and fourth-straight conference tournament title.
Hunter led the Owls in scoring this season averaging 20.2 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.2 assists. In his first season with Owls, Hunter finished just 21 points shy of the single-season scoring mark (790) with 769 points.
Hunter becomes the ninth NAIA First-Team All-American for the Hustlin’ Owls, joining Joseph Foster, Justin Parnell, Jguwon Hogges, Ryan Fiegi, Levell Hesia, Rafid Kiti, Saif Abdur-Rahman and LaMont Swinson.
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