Two weeks ago with two of its star players suspended, Central Michigan University played at…
Nelson Named Men's Basketball MVP
Tom Pantlind received the Scholar-Athlete Award and the Brent Edwards Memorial Unsung Player Award. The forward started 20 games this season as a fifth-year senior. He averaged 5.3 points and 3.6 rebounds per game. He sports a 3.32 grade point average.
Robert Sevalia was named the Inspirational Player Award winner and the Defensive Award honoree. He averaged 6.4 points and 2.6 rebounds while notching 21 steals.
Redshirt freshman Jeff Bohnhoff (Saginaw/Nouvel Catholic Central) was tabbed the most improved player after starting three games as a walk-on and averaging 2.5 points and 2.0 rebounds.
Grand Rapids senior Steve Schwanda received the Rose Rowdie Sixth Man Award for the third straight year.
2004-05 CMU Men's Basketball Team Awards
Scholar-Athlete Award: Tom Pantlind
Brent Edwards Memorial Unsung Player Award: Tom Pantlind
Inspirational Player Award: Robert Sevalia
Defensive Player Award: Robert Sevalia
Most Improved Player Award: Jeff Bohnhoff
Most Valuable Player Award: Kevin Nelson
Rose Rowdie Sixth Man Award: Steve Schwanda
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