Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Mack earns third team A-10 honors

Charlotte 49ers senior forward Lamont Mack was named third-team all-Atlantic 10 in a vote by the league’s coaches. Mack, the 49ers' leading scorer, averaged 17.6 points in A-10 games and scored in double figures in all 16 league contests. Overall, Mack averages 15.1 points and 5.6 rebounds on the season.

Mack scored 20 or more points seven times, all in A-10 play, and had four double-doubles. His fourth double-double consisted of a career-high 32 points and a career-high 14 rebounds, last Tuesday in a loss to Richmond.

Mack joins Leemire Goldwire (2008, 3rd team), De’Angelo Alexander (2006, 1st team; 2007, 3rd team) and Curtis Withers (2006, 1st team) on the list of 49ers that have earned all-Atlantic 10 honors since the 49ers joined the league four years ago.


Anonymous said...

Dijuan Harris is the best PG in the league. Look at his numbers and see how they compare on a national level, much less the A10 level.

Anonymous said...

Dear Niner Nation,
D Harris has officially been shafted.

A10 Conference

Anonymous said...

I cant believe Mack isnt listed on nbadraft.net! I think the Bobcats would be a good place for him.

Jon said...

He is the SECOND best player on our team... how does DIJUAN not make the list? I know he doesn't score a ton, but anyone ranked top 5 in the NATION in any significant stat should be all conference.

Anonymous said...

this really is terrible