BY: JOHN MURPHY
CSC Sports Information Director
Josh Robinson was named 2022-23 RMAC Men's Basketball First Team All-Conference and Bryce Latimer and Isaiah Wyatt earned second team honors, the conference announced today.
A vote by the league head coaches determines the all-conference teams.
Robinson, a junior from Paris, Texas, averaged 13.9 points and 8.3 rebounds a game this season. Those marks ranked him 16th and fifth in the league, respectively. He is the first Eagle to be named RMAC first team since Moala Tautuaa in 2011-12.
At Colorado School of Mines during the regular season, Robinson had a season-high 31 points to go along with 10 rebounds, recording a double-double. He had eight double-doubles this year, including a stretch of four consecutive games.
His season high 15 rebounds came at the end of the four-game stretch, where he added 21 points against Western Colorado.
Robinson finished the season shooting .592 percent from the field, ranking him second in the conference and 18th in the nation.
Latimer, the Eagles sixth man, averaged 15.2 points this season. He ranked 11th in the conference in scoring average and fifth in the conference in assists, with 104.
Last week, the junior from Stone Mountain, Georgia, scored 43 points in a win against South Dakota Mines. He's the first Chadron State male basketball player to score 40 or more points in a game this century and his 43 points ties him for fifth on the Eagles' all-time single game list.
In February, Latimer scored 25 points and had 10 assists. With an assist to turnover ratio of 1.4, he ranked ninth in the league.
Latimer finished the season shooting .853 percent from the charity stripe with 110 makes on 129 attempts, making him third in the league. He also shot .472 percent from the field, ranking him 14th in the conference.
Another junior, Isaiah Wyatt of Fort Worth, Texas, averaged 15.2 points per game, ranking him 11th in the conference. He added 5.3 rebounds per game.
While shooting 47 percent from three this season, Wyatt has made 82 of his 175 attempts. Both ranks are number one in the RMAC and his percentage is fourth nationally.
While starting every game, Wyatt scored 10 or more points in each one except four. He has scored a season high 23 points twice, once in November against Ecclesia and once in January against Fort Lewis. He finished the season with four double-doubles.
Joel Scott from Black Hills State was named the RMAC Player of the Year. Brayden Maldonado of MSU-Denver and TJ Sanchez of New Mexico Highlands shared the honor of RMAC Co-Freshman of the Year.
Mac Riniker was named Defensive Player of the Year and Mike DeGeorge was Coach of the Year, both of Colorado Mesa.
Powers leads CSC on Women's All-RMAC Team
Ashayla Powers was named to the 2022-23 RMAC Women's Basketball First Team All-Conference team today, while Samiyah Worrell was named Honorable Mention all-conference.
A vote by the league head coaches determines the all-conference teams. Powers is the first Eagle to be named first-team since Maka Daysh in 2015.
Powers, a sophomore from Longmont, Colorado, led CSC this season with 16.5 points and 6.9 rebounds per game. She finished second on the team with 34 steals.
While averaging 28.4 minutes a game, she shot 55 percent from the field and 72 percent from the charity stripe.
Powers finished the season ranked in the top ten in multiple categories in the conference. Her 16.5 points ranked her fourth in the league, while she was third in field goal percentage and 10th in rebounding.
Against Nebraska-Kearney in November, she scored a season high 29 points and added 11 rebounds. Powers had four double-doubles during the season and scored over 20 points nine times.
Worrell, a senior from Fountain, Colorado, averaged 10.1 points and 3.9 rebounds this year, both good for second at CSC. She led the team with 41 steals and was tied for second with 52 assists.
Her season high in scoring came against Regis in January, when she scored 21 points. Worrell had 10 or more points 15 times this season.
Erin Fry of Regis was named the RMAC Player of the Year. Sammy Van Sickle of Colorado School of Mines was the Defensive Player of the Year and Mario Caetano of Adams State was named Coach of the Year.
Olivia Reed, the daughter of former CSC Men's Basketball Head Coach Houston Reed, was named the RMAC Freshman of the Year and First Team All-Conference.