D&E player wins honor

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Kevin Bracy-Davis has been announced as the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year for Men’s Basketball, leading the way as the Senators picked up four honors, as announced by the conference office.

Bracy-Davis has led the way for the Senators this year, scoring in double figures in every game on his way to averaging 22.3 points and 8.6 rebounds per contest. The senior averaged nearly four points more per contest than anyone else in the conference, scoring 579 total points in the regular season.

The Cincinnati, Ohio native, who also leads the list for First Team All-Conference, led the league in scoring, was third in rebounding, fifth in blocks and 10th in steals. Bracy-Davis ranks 23rd in the NCAA in points per game.

Bracy-Davis also surpassed the 1,500-point/600-rebound career mark in the final game of the regular season, scoring 43 points and collecting eight rebounds. He currently sits at 1,582 career points and 604 career rebounds, one of just 17 active players in Division II to reach the mark.

Joining Bracy-Davis on the All-Conference list is Rickenjee Bellevue. The sophomore was named Second Team All-Conference. Bellevue averaged a double-double for the season, finishing with 11.7 rebounds and 10.3 points per game.

The junior led the conference in rebounding and topped the league with 1.7 blocks per game. The Croix-Des-Bouquets, Haiti native finished with nine double-doubles on the year and set a school and G-MAC record with 22 rebounds against Cedarville.

Freshman Donte Doleman was also honored in the postseason All-Conference team list by being named to the All-Freshman team. The guard played in all 26 games and eventually worked his way into the starting lineup, finishing with 18 starts. The Ranson native scored 167 points and also grabbed 50 rebounds. Doleman also picked up 48 assists and had 24 steals. His assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.8 ranks in the top five in the conference.