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Hummer and Maddox recognized by the NABC.

The National Association of Basketball Coaches has announced their 2011 Division I All-District Teams.

Princeton sophomore forward Ian Hummer was named First Team District 13 and teammate Kareem Maddox is Second Team District 13.

Both are now eligible for the State Farm Coaches’ Division I All- America team.

Matt Walter said,

March 9, 2011 @ 10:33 am

Congrats to both, but am I the only one that thinks that both are deserving of the first team, or at the very least (and not really wanting to take anything away from Hummer) the two should be reversed? Regardless, it certainly says a lot about the respect coaches have for Hummer.

Jon Solomon said,

March 9, 2011 @ 10:39 am

Not sure when these ballots were submitted or who voted. You could look at Princeton's stats and see Hummer leading the Tigers in scoring up until last night and base your pick off that info.

Moldoveanu and Muscala are no slouches. That's good company.

Look for All-Ivy later this afternoon. I'd expect to see both Maddox and Hummer represented somewhere therein.


Robert Solomon said,

March 9, 2011 @ 11:31 am


What other schools are in District 13? I imagine it is quite an accomplishment, and shows how the Ivy League has improved, that 70% of the players named to the first and second team are from the Ivies.

Jon Solomon said,

March 9, 2011 @ 11:38 am

Mr. Solomon,

The NABC's District 13 as of 2009-10 was...

IVY (8) Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale
PATRIOT (8) American Army Bucknell Colgate Holy Cross Lafayette Lehigh Navy INDEPENDENTS (6) Chicago St. Longwood NJIT Savannah St. Tex.-Pan American Utah Valley St.

Here's a district by district breakdown:


Stuart Schulman said,

March 9, 2011 @ 12:40 pm

I see your tweet on the Slope predictions. Wroblewski is very wishful thinking on their part--or maybe brain freeze owing to the northern clime. Subtract him and add Hummer and there's your first team.

I would not want to bet huge sums of money on Mangano vs Wright vs Maddox and will be fascinated to see how that vote comes out. If last impressions are the strongest, Kareem's got a fighting chance.

Jon Solomon said,

March 9, 2011 @ 12:45 pm


I actually wonder if Mangano's likely claim to Defensive Player of the Year helps Maddox's cause for POY.

Either way, was glad to hear votes weren't due until this morning.

While Mangano's numbers are super, his team did finish four games out.

Only coaches vote for Ivy awards and you can't vote for your own players.


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