| United States|| 1979|
| the most outstanding basketball player in the Atlantic Sun Conference|
Dallas Moore, North Florida
Atlantic Sun Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year Wikipedia
The Atlantic Sun Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year is an annual basketball award given to the Atlantic Sun Conference's (ASUN) most outstanding player. The award was first given following the 1978–79 season, the first year of the ASUN's existence, when it was known as the Trans America Athletic Conference (TAAC). Only one player, Willie Jackson of Centenary, has won the award three times (1982–84).
As of 2017, Centenary has the most all-time winners with six, but they left the conference in 2000, when it was still known as the TAAC. There has been only one tie in the award's history, which occurred in 1997–98 between Mark Jones of Central Florida and Sedric Webber of the College of Charleston. Among the eight current ASUN members, four have had a winner: Florida Gulf Coast, Lipscomb, North Florida, and USC Upstate.