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Shockers' Garrett Stutz, Joe Ragland named All-MVC

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, at 2:18 p.m.
  • Updated Sunday, March 11, 2012, at 1:06 p.m.

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All-MVC

First team

F Doug McDermott, Soph., Creighton

C Garrett Stutz, Sr., Wichita State

F Kyle Weems, Sr., Missouri State

G Colt Ryan, Jr., Evansville

G Joe Ragland, Sr., Wichita State

Second team

F Jackie Carmichael, Jr., Illinois State

G Jake Odum, Soph., Indiana State

G Rayvonte Rice, Soph., Drake

F Ben Simons, Jr., Drake

G Antoine Young, Sr., Creighton

Honorable mention

G Toure Murry, Sr., Wichita State

G Taylor Brown, Sr., Bradley

F Denver Holmes, Sr., Evansville

G Anthony James, Jr., Northern Iowa

F Mamadou Seck, Sr., Southern Illinois

All-Newcomer

G Anthony Downing, Jr., Missouri State

F Grant Gibbs, Jr., Creighton

F Carl Hall, Jr., Wichita State

F Seth Tuttle, Fr., Northern Iowa

G Tyler Brown, Jr., Illinois State

All-Freshman

F Seth Tuttle, Northern Iowa

C Dantiel Daniels, Southern Illinois

G Nic Moore, Illinois State

G Deon Mitchell, Northern Iowa

F Ryan Sawvell, Evansville

All-Defensive

F Jackie Carmichael, Jr., Illinois State

G Toure Murry, Sr., Wichita State

C Gregory Echenique, Jr., Creighton

F Ben Smith, Sr., Wichita State

G Troy Taylor, Jr., Evansvillle

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Wichita State’s Garrett Stutz and Joe Ragland earned All-Missouri Valley Conference honors on Tuesday, giving the Shockers two first-team picks for the first time since 1983.

The honors didn’t stop there for the MVC champions. Toure Murry claimed a spot on the All-Defensive team and honorable mention all-conference. Junior Carl Hall was named the Newcomer of the Year. Ben Smith joins Murry on the All-Defensive team.

WSU earned Defensive Team of the Year honors for a second straight season.

Creighton’s Doug McDermott was named Larry Bird Player of the Year. He joins Stutz, Ragland, Evansville’s Colt Ryan and Missouri State’s Kyle Weems on the second team. Northern Iowa forward Seth Tuttle recieved Freshman of the Year honors. Creighton center Gregory Echenique was named Defensive Player of the Year. Evansville’s Ned Cox was named Sixth-Man of the Year.

McDermott, the first sophomore to be named Player of the Year, received 96 votes. Stutz received eight first-place votes and 57 total to finish second. Ragland received two first-place votes and 21, placing behind Ryan’s 46. Forty people (coach, sports information director, two media members) rank three Player of the Year candidates and are not allowed to vote for schools they are associated with.

Coach of the Year is announced Thursday morning at a luncheon in St. Louis.

WSU (26-4) opens MVC Tournament play on at 12:05 p.m. Friday in St. Louis.

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