Clarksville, Ark.-A trio of men's basketball players received American Southwest Conference Divisional honors, it was announced by ASC Media Relations Director Greg Weghorst Tuesday.
Senior forward Chris Williams was named to the All-East Division Second Team and senior guard Jeremy Clark earned All-East Division Honorable Mention. Freshman guard Colby Woolverton made the All-East Division Freshman Team.
Williams, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound Forrest City, Ark., product led the ASC in rebounding (8.6) and three-point percentage (48%), while finishing seventh in scoring (15.5) and eighth in steals (1.7). Williams started in all 25 games and led the team in all of the aforementioned categories as well as finishing second in field goal percentage (50%) and third in assists (2.2). He led the team in scoring in ten games and had highs in rebounding 14 times. He posted ten double-doubles and had 20 or more points five times. He hit four three-pointers against both UT-Tyler and Louisiana College. Against Texas Lutheran University January 10, Williams scored 27 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and recorded three steals in 31 minutes of action. He reached double figures in scoring in all but four games. He earned ASC Player of the Week honors once this season.
Clark, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound native of Houston, Texas, ranked tenth in the league in scoring (15.1). He was second on the team in scoring while hitting 37 three-pointers. He hit 76-of-107 (71%) from the free throw line. He averaged 3.6 rebounds, 1.4 steals and 2.0 assists in 24 starts. He scored in double figures 20 times and had five 20-plus scoring outbursts. He hit at least two three-pointers 12 times. He nailed five three-pointers and scored 26 points in a win against Rhema Bible College November 25.
Woolverton, a 5-foot-11, 150-pound native of Sherwood, Ark., ranked fifteenth in the ASC in three-point percentage (34%). In 25 games, he averaged 6.6 points and nailed 38-of-99 from the three-point line. Woolverton shot 78 percent from the free throw line and hit two or more three-pointers ten times. He made five three’s and scored 15 points against Howard Payne December 12 and nailed four more against LeTourneau University February 19.