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Michael Carter-Williams and C.J. Fair both earned second-team honors while Brandon Triche was named to the third-team.
It's small consolation considering what the last couple weeks have brought but a few Syracuse Orange basketball players earned All Big East honors in the final runthrough.
Fair led the Orange in scoring and rebounding this season, averaging 14.5 PPG, while also collecting 7.1 RPG. Out of anyone, he was probably the most consistent player on the roster, not that it was too tough a task I suppose.
MC-Dubz finished with s 12.5 PPG average and dished out a whopping 7.6 APG (3rd in nation) and nabbing 2.9 SPG (4th in nation).
Triche finished second on the team with 13.9 PPG in 1,032 minutes of action.
No James Southerland, though that's somewhat understandable. Had that suspension never happened, he probably had a shot at the third-team.
Jerami Grant's 4.5 PPG/3.0 RPG year wasn't good enough to get him on the All-Rookie Team.
The conference will announce Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year on Tuesday, March 12. Georgetown's Otto Porter was the only unanimous choice to the first team so expect the POTY to be him.