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06 March 2007

Reynolds is Big East Rookie of the Year

posted by Pete @ LetsGoNova.com
3/06/2007 06:47:00 PM

As was widely expected, Villanova freshman Scottie Reynolds won the Big East Conference Rookie of the Year award tonight in New York.

Reynolds was selected by the league's head coaches for the honor. The Rookie of the Year award was part of a series of annual Big East Conference awards also announced tonight.

Georgetown's Jeff Green won the Player of the Year award, and Mike Brey of Notre Dame was Coach of the Year.

Reynolds averaged 18.4 points per game in conference play, second in the league. His 40 points in Villanova's win at Connecticut were the most points scored by any player in a Big East game this season. Reynolds also averaged 4.1 assists per game in conference play.

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At 7:45 PM, March 06, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Scottie---a fantastic young athlete and a first class person. Congrats also to Eugene Harvey of Seton Hall for a great freshman season. Eugene was the favorite for this award before Scottie began playing so exceptionally well. Having known Scottie for a few years, I expect he will put this award out of his mind and focus strictly on the Depaul game tomororw night. Good luck NOVA!!!!!


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