Davis lauded as Division II Bulletin All-American
JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. – Carson-Newman's Antoine Davis (Rustburg, Va.) has become the school's first men's basketball All-American in a decade. Davis has been named to the Division II Bulletin's Honorable Mention All-America team making him the Eagles' first such honoree since Kyle Gribble in 2002-2003.
As the SAC's player of the year, Davis led the South Atlantic Conference in scoring (18.7 points per game) and made field goals (184). The junior scored double figures in 19 consecutive contests, and if not for a game at Hiwassee in which he injured his foot and only played five minutes and scored three points, that string of games would be 28 and include every game this season.
He has torched two opponents for 30 points. He went for a career best 36 against Queens on Dec. 18. He hit a career high 13 field goals and a career high eight threes in that game. At Newberry on Feb. 21, Davis crested 30 again, this time scoring 31 on 10-for-18 shooting. In that game he set a career mark for made free throws with eight.
He's scored double figures in 26 games this year, 20 points in 12 and has had at least five rebounds in 22 of them. A two-time South Atlantic Conference Player of the Week award winner, Davis became the first C-N player since 2003-2004 with multiple 30-point games in a single season. He collected his third career double-double with a 17-point, 12-rebound (also a career high) effort against Mars Hill.
2013 Division II Bulletin All-Americans
Clayton Vette Winona St. Senior Center
Ali Haidar Michigan Tech Senior Forward
Eric Jean-Guillaume Franklin Pierce Senior Guard
John Allen W. Washington Senior Guard
Alex Falk West Liberty Senior Guard
Jeremy Saffold UW Parkside Senior Forward
Jaime Smith UA Huntsville Senior Guard
Kevin Kotzur St. Mary's Senior Forward
Will McNeill Washburn Senior Guard
Jonathan Morse Metro State Senior Forward
Mitchel Anderson Cal Poly Pomona Senior Guard
Luis Leao Mercyhurst Senior Forward
Marcus Ruh St. Leo Senior Guard
Re'Mon Nelson USC Aiken Senior Guard
Gerald Boston Barton Senior Guard
Garret Kerr Univ. Sciences Soph. Forward
Alex Hall Drury Senior Guard
Angelo Sharpless Elizabeth City St. Senior Forward
Craig Foster Cameron Junior Guard
Tobin Carberry LIU Post Senior Guard
Zane Campbell, UA Huntsville, Sr.
Terrence Drisdom, CP Pomona, Jr.
Byron Westmoreland, Bowie St., Sr.
Kwame Alexander, CS San B'Dino, Sr.
Michael Drake, Christian Bros., Sr.
Bryton Hobbs, NE State, Jr.
Whis Grant, E. Stroudsburg, So.
Xavier Collier, Benedict, Sr.
Corbin Thomas, Midwestern St., Sr.
Darrien Mack, Eckerd, Sr.
Marcus Goode, Benedict, Sr.
David Downs, Seattle Pacific, Jr.
Kori Forge, Arkansas-Monticello, Sr.
Antoine Davis, Carson-Newman, Jr.
Asa Toney, Maryville, Jr.
Ellis Young III, West Florida, Jr.
Tyshawn Good, Belmont-Abbey, Sr.
Roy Mabrey, St. Anselm, Soph.
Trevin Parks, J.C. Smith, Sr.
Cameron McCaffrey, Augustana, Sr.
Nick Novak, Pitt-Johnstown, Sr.
Keith DeWitt, So. Indiana, Sr.
Julius Reid, Florida Tech, Sr.
Dominykas Milka, St. Rose, Jr.
Aric Miller, Armstrong Atl., Sr.
Theo Rothstein, St. Cloud St., Sr.
Chad Moore, Shepherd, Sr.
Greg Kahlig, Findlay, Jr.
De'Andre Haskins, Chaminade, Sr.
Kenny Kornowski, Walsh, Sr.
Paul Larsen, USC Aiken, Jr.
Alex Fertig CS Monterey Bay
Wayne Dedrick Alabama-Huntsville
Craig Nicholson Fort Hays St.
Lucas Barker Kentucky Wesleyan
Craig Nicholson Fort Hays St.
Andre Gibbs Philadelphia
Quamain Rose UNC Pembroke
Christian Graves Malone University
Derrick White UC-Colo. Springs
Mike McCahey Saint Anselm