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    Pack Holds Postseason Awards Banquet
     
     

    April 18, 2013

    RALEIGH, N.C. - The NC State men's basketball team gathered on Thursday night at the McKimmon Center, as the Wolfpack held its annual team awards banquet.

    Here is the list of basketball awards and recipients:

    Chris Corchiani Most Steals Award
    Lorenzo Brown
    led the ACC in steals for the second straight season, as he averaged 2.0 per game. He finished his career with 172 steals, ranking seventh all-time at NC State.

    Thurl Bailey Most Blocks Award
    C.J. Leslie led the Pack in blocks for the third straight season, as he ranked ninth in the ACC with 1.2 per game. He finished his career with 136 blocks, ranking fifth all-time at NC State.

    Ronnie Shavlick/Tommy Burleson Most Rebounds Award
    Richard Howell led the ACC and ranked fifth nationally in rebounding, pulling down 10.9 per game. He was one of only two ACC players to average double digits. He finished his career with 1,055 rebounds, ranking fifth all-time at NC State.

    Rodney Monroe Best Three-Point Shooter Award
    Scott Wood
    led the ACC in both three-point field goal percentage (44.1%) and made three-pointers per game (3.0). He set a new school record with his 334 three-pointers made during his career, ranking fifth in ACC history.

    Terry Gannon Best Free-Throw Percentage Award
    Scott Wood
    led the Pack from the free throw line, hitting 91.4 percent (85-93) of his attempts. For his career, he set a new school record hitting 88.6 percent (233-263) of his career attempts, also the third-best mark in ACC history.

    Kevin Thompson Field-Goal Percentage Award
    T.J. Warren
    led the ACC and ranked 11th nationally in field goal percentage, hitting 62.2 percent (186-299) of his shots. His mark is the second-best in a season for a Wolfpack player, as only Kevin Thompson's mark of 62.4 percent in 1992 was better.

    Chris Corchiani Most Assists Award
    Lorenzo Brown led the ACC and ranked sixth nationally in assists, dishing out 7.2 per game. With his 589 career assists, he is only the third player in school history to have more than 500 in a career.

    Sixth Man Award When
    Lorenzo Brown went down with an ankle injury at Virginia in late January, Tyler Lewis stepped in and finished the season strong. In the final 13 games of the season, he averaged 5.8 points and 17.2 minutes.

    Nate McMillian Best Defender Award
    For the second straight season, Lorenzo Brown led the ACC in steals, as he racked up 65.

    Norm Sloan Most Improved Award
    T.J. Warren
    was reinserted into the starting lineup for the final 10 games of the season, scoring in double figures in eight. In those 10 games, he averaged 13.9 points and hit 63-of-99 (.636) from field.

    Everett Case Scholar Athlete Award
    Chase Cannon

    Jon Sparks/Julius Hodge Award
    Scott Wood

    Jim Valvano Coaches Award
    Jordan Vandenberg

    David Thompson MVP Award
    Richard Howell and Scott Wood

    2012-13 ACC Honors
    Lorenzo Brown - 2013 All-ACC Second-Team (media and coaches)
    Richard Howell - 2013 All-ACC First-Team (media), 2013 All-ACC Second-Team (coaches)
    C.J. Leslie - 2013 All-ACC Third-Team (media and coaches)
    T.J. Warren - 2013 ACC All-Freshmen Team (media and coaches)
    Scott Wood - 2013 ACC All-Tournament Second-Team


     

     

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