2011–12 America East Conference men's basketball season

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Preseason Poll[edit]

Rank School(First Place Votes) Votes
1 Boston University(6) 62
2 Stony Brook(3) 56
3 Vermont 46
4 Albany 42
5 New Hampshire 39
6 Maine 32
T-7 Hartford 18
T-7 UMBC 18
9 Binghamton 11

Preseason poll at AmericaEast.com

Final Standings[edit]

Team W L Win %
Stony Brook 14 2 .875
Vermont 13 3 .812
Boston University 12 4 .750
Albany 9 7 .563
Albany 7 9 .438
Hartford 7 9 .438
Maine 6 10 .375
UMBC 3 13 .188
Binghamton 1 15 .063

Awards[edit]

Conference Preseason Team[edit]

First Team
Darryl Partin (Boston University)
Gerald McLemore (Maine)
Chris De La Rosa (UMBC)
Bryan Dougher (Stony Brook)
Brian Voelkel (Vermont)

Preseason All-Conference at AmericaEast.com

Weekly Awards[edit]

Week Player of the Week Freshmen of the Week
November 14, 2011 Brian Benson (New Hampshire) Ben Dickinson (Binghamton)
November 21, 2011 Gerardo Suero (Albany) Justin Edwards (Maine)
November 28, 2011 Darryl Partin (Boston University) Justin Edwards (Maine)
December 5, 2011 D. J. Irving (Boston University) Justin Edwards (Maine)
December 12, 2011 Gerardo Suero (Albany) Wes Cole (Hartford)
December 19, 2011 Chase Plummer (UMBC) Four McGlynn (Vermont)
December 26, 2011 Alasdair Fraser (Maine) Justin Edwards (Maine)
January 2, 2012 Gerardo Suero (Albany) Wes Cole (Hartford)
January 9, 2012 Gerardo Suero (Albany) Four McGlynn (Vermont)
January 16, 2012 Mike Black (Albany)
D. J. Irving (Boston University)
Justin Edwards (Maine)
January 23, 2012 Darryl Partin (Boston University)
Tommy Brenton (Stony Brook)
Four McGlynn (Vermont)
January 30, 2012 Brian Dougher (Stony Brook) Justin Edwards (Maine)
Four McGlynn (Vermont)
February 6, 2012 Alasdair Fraser (Maine)
Alvin Abreu (New Hampshire)
Justin Edwards (Maine)
February 13, 2012 Darryl Partin (Boston University) Nake Sikma (Hartford)
Four McGlynn (Vermont)
February 20, 2012 Ferg Myric (New Hampshire) Mark Nwakamma (Hartford)
February 27, 2012 Jacob Iati (Albany) Ben Dickinson (Binghamton)

All-Conference Teams[edit]

First Team
Gerardo Suero (Albany)
Darryl Partin (Boston University)
Tommy Brenton (Stony Brook)
Bryan Dougher (Stony Brook)
Matt Glass (Vermont)
Second Team
Mike Black (Albany)
D. J. Irving (Boston University)
Gerald McLemore (Maine)
Chase Plummer (UMBC)
Alvin Abreu (New Hampshire)
Third Team
Logan Aronhalt (Albany)
Andres Torres (Hartford)
Alasdair Fraser (Maine)
Dallis Joyner (Stony Brook)
Brian Voelkel (Vermont)

All-Defensive Team[edit]

First Team
Patrick Hazel (Boston University)
Mike Allison (Maine)
Chandler Rhoads (New Hampshire)
Tommy Brenton (Stony Brook)
Brian Voelkel (Vermont)

All-Freshmen Team[edit]

First Team
Ben Dickinson (Binghamton)
Mark Nwakamma (Hartford)
Nate Sikma (Hartford)
Justin Edwards (Maine)
Four McGlynn (Vermont)

All-Academic Team[edit]

First Team
Logan Aronhalt (Albany)
Andrew Rogers (Maine)
Brian Benson (New Hampshire)
Luke Apfeld (Vermont)
Sandro Carissimo (Vermont)

Player of the Year[edit]

Darryl Partin of Boston University was awarded Player of the Year honors in the 2011-2012 season.

Coach of the Year[edit]

Steve Pikiell of Stony Brook was awarded Coach of the Year honors in the 2011-2012 season.

Freshmen of the Year[edit]

Four McGlynn of Vermont was awarded Freshmen of the Year honors in the 2011-2012 season.

Defensive Player of the Year[edit]

Tommy Brenton of Stony Brook was awarded Defensive Player of the Year honors in the 2011-2012 season.

Scholar Athlete[edit]

Logan Aronhalt of Stony Brook was awarded Scholar Athlete honors in the 2011-2012 season.

See also[edit]

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