Laurent Named to All-Met Second-Team

Laurent Named to All-Met Second-Team

Written by Andrew Capitelli (SJC-LI Sports Information)

New York, NY| Graduating senior Andy Laurent of the St. Joseph's College (L.I.) men's basketball team was included on the All-Met Men's Division III Second-Team as announced on the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association website on Wednesday morning.

Laurent earns the honor after being named to the Skyline All-Conference First-Team for the second straight season on February 27. Laurent led the Golden Eagles in several statistical categories, including points (15.0/game), rebounds (6.2/game), assists (3.2/game) and steals (1.7/game).

Additionally, Laurent ranked eighth in the conference in points-, assists- and minutes-per-game and fifth in steals-per-game.

The Amityville, NY native played his final collegiate game in SJC's 69-61 defeat to SUNY Old Westbury in Skyline Conference first-round action on February 21 and graduates third all-time in program history in points (1,566), fourth in rebounds (565), sixth in assists (319) and seventh in three-pointers (140) and steals (151).

First Team

Thomas Bonacum, Ramapo, Jr, F, Fanwood, NJ
Frank Schettino, Staten Island, Sr, G, Staten Island, NY
Jamail Stanley, Old Westbury, Sr, G, Syracuse, NY
Jalen Harris, NJCU, Sr, G, Brandywine, MD
Patrick MacDonald, NY Maritime, Jr, C, Buffalo, NY
Chimaechi Ekekeugbor, Baruch, Jr, F, Matawan, NJ

Second Team

Evan Klimchak, Stevens, Sr, G, Readington, NJ
George Riefenstahl, Farmingdale, So, F, Bayport, NY
Ross Udine, NYU, Jr, G, Weston, FL
Chinwe Wosu, NJCU, Gr, F, Jersey City, NJ
Andy Laurent, St. Joseph's-LI, Sr, G, Amityville, NY

Third team

Khaleeq Baum, Staten Island, Sr, F, Brooklyn, NY
Matt Miller, U.S. Merchant Marine, Sr, G, Augusta, GA
Christopher Moseley, Ramapo, Jr, F, Fair Lawn, NJ
Brian Berrios, Purchase, Jr, G, New York, NY
Judah Cohen, Yeshiva, So, G, Englewood, NJ

Co-Player of the Year: Thomas Bonacum, Ramapo
Co-Player of the Year: Frank Schettino, Staten Island
Coach of the Year: Chuck McBreen, Ramapo