Apprentice School senior men's basketball standout Tevin Andrews was named to the first team All-State College Division team by the Virginia Sports Information Directors on Monday.
Andrews, a rigger apprentice from Pike County, Alabama, averaged 18.5 points and 10.2 rebounds this year as the Builders went 17-10. He had 12 double-doubles this year and scored 25 points or more in six games. Andrews topped the team in 3-pointers (51) and steals (43) while third in blocked shots (28). He hauled in a career-best 19 rebounds against Barber-Scotia College and was a three-time USCAA All-American.
This is the second time that Andrews was recognized by the Virginia Sports Information Directors as he was a second-team selection in his sophomore season. His first-team honor is the third straight year the Builders had a first-team selection.
VaSID names 27 all-state teams in 15 sports each year, as well as an academic all-state squad and an all-sports champion in both the university and college divisions. Membership in VaSID is open to all media relations professionals working at a University or conference in the state of Virginia.
2013 VaSID Men's Basketball All-State College Division
VaSID Player of the Year – Colton Hunt, Sr., G, Randolph
VaSID Coach of the Year – Clay Nunley, Randolph
VaSID Rookie of the Year - Andrew Franz, Fr., F, Washington and Lee
Colton Hunt, Sr., Randolph
Tevin Andrews, Sr., Apprentice School
Tra Benefield, Jr., CNU
Harrison George, Sr., Hampden-Sydney
DJ Woodmore, Jr., Va. Wesleyan
Chris Astorga, Sr., Va. Wesleyan
Nik Biberaj, So., CNU
Isaac Jacobson, Sr., Southern Virginia
Andrew Thorne, Sr., East. Mennonite
Khobi Williamson, Jr., Hampden-Sydney