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Southern Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year

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Country  United States
Currently held by  Devin Sibley, Furman
First awarded  1952

Awarded for  the most outstanding basketball player in the Southern Conference

The Southern Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year is a basketball award given to the Southern Conference's (SoCon) most outstanding player. The award was first given following the 1951–52 season. Fred Hetzel of Davidson is the only player to have won the award three times (1963–65). Fifteen other players have won the award twice, most recently done by De'Mon Brooks of Davidson (2012, 2014).

As of 2017, Davidson has the most all-time winners with 13, but it left the SoCon after the 2013–14 season to join the Atlantic 10 Conference. Among current members, Furman leads with 12 winners. There have also been eight ties in the award's history, but only one (1970–71 season) which occurred prior to the 1989–90 season. That season was the first for two separate Player of the Year awards—one by the Southern Conference men's basketball coaches, and the other by conference media members. When both the coaches and media select the same player, he is the consensus conference player of the year.

The only current members that have never had a winner are Samford and Mercer. Both are among the SoCon's newer members, having respectively joined in 2008 and 2014.

References

Southern Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year Wikipedia


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