List of Men's Basketball Academic All-America Team Members of the Year

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Men's Basketball Academic All-America Team Members of the Year
Awarded for the yearly outstanding men's college basketball Academic All-America team member
Country United States & Canada
Presented by Capital One & the College Sports Information Directors of America
Currently held by Canyon Barry, Florida
Adam Klie, UC San Diego
DeShawn Lowman, Neumann
Chandler Folkerts, Concordia (NE)
Official website http://cosida.com/Academic%20All-America/aaaselections.aspx

List of Men's Basketball Academic All-America Team Members of the Year is a list of the annual selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America and its Academic All-America sponsor of the individual athlete selected as the most outstanding of the annual Men's Basketball Academic All-America selections. Between 1996 and 2011, one winner each was chosen from both the College and University Divisions for all twelve Academic All-America teams including football. The Academic All-America program recognizes combined athletic and academic excellence of the nation's top student-athletes. The University Division team included eligible participants from National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I member schools, while the College Division team included scholar-athletes from all of the following: NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Canadian universities and colleges and two-year schools.

Beginning in 2012, COSIDA revamped its award structure. The University Division was renamed "Division I". NCAA Divisions II and III now have their own separate All-Americans, while the College Division now consists only of non-NCAA institutions.

Currently, each team selects Academic All-District honorees in eight geographic districts across the United States and Canada.[1] First team All-District honorees make the All-America team ballots. Currently, all twelve Academic All-American teams (men's and women's basketball, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's track & field, men's baseball, women's softball, men's American football, women's volleyball and men's and women's at-large teams) have four Academic All-Americans of the Year, one from each division. In each of the four divisions (College, Division I, Division II, and Division III), one of the twelve sport-by-sport Academic All-Americans of the Year is selected as the Academic All-America Team Member of the Year for that division.[2] The most recent men's basketball player to receive the all-sports honor is John Coleman of Clarkson University in New York, who won the Division III award for 2015.[3]

University Division/Division I[edit]

Note: All winners are American unless indicated otherwise. Names in bold were winners of the all-sports Academic All-America Award.

Year Name School
1987–88 Smith, MichaelMichael Smith Brigham Young University
1988–89 Kessler, AlecAlec Kessler University of Georgia
1989–90 Kessler, AlecAlec Kessler University of Georgia
1990–91 Iuzzolino, MikeMike Iuzzolino[4] Saint Francis University
1991–92 Bennett, TonyTony Bennett[5] University of Wisconsin–Green Bay
1992–93 Elder, BruceBruce Elder[6] Vanderbilt University
1993–94 Brown, JeffJeff Brown[7] Gonzaga University
1994–95 United Kingdom Amaechi, JohnJohn Amaechi[8] Pennsylvania State University
1995–96 Fuller, ToddTodd Fuller North Carolina State University
1996–97 Vaughn, JacqueJacque Vaughn[9] University of Kansas
1997–98 Garrity, PatPat Garrity[10] University of Notre Dame
1998–99 Sundblad, MattMatt Sundblad[11] Lamar University
1999–2000 Lux, T. J.T. J. Lux[12] Northern Illinois University
2000–01 Battier, ShaneShane Battier[13] Duke University
2001–02 Bonner, MattMatt Bonner[14] University of Florida
2002–03 Bonner, MattMatt Bonner[14] University of Florida
2003–04 Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor[15] University of Connecticut
2004–05 Hill, ChrisChris Hill [16] Michigan State University
2005–06 Germany Herber, JohannesJohannes Herber[17] West Virginia University
2006–07 Haluska, AdamAdam Haluska[18] University of Iowa
2007–08 Emmenecker, AdamAdam Emmenecker[19] Drake University
2008–09 Winkelman, BrettBrett Winkelman[20] North Dakota State University
2009–10 Aldrich, ColeCole Aldrich[21] University of Kansas
2010–11 Howard, MattMatt Howard[22] Butler University
2011–12 Zeller, TylerTyler Zeller[23] University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2012–13 Craft, AaronAaron Craft[24] Ohio State University
2013–14 Craft, AaronAaron Craft[25][26] Ohio State University
2014–15 Townsend, MattMatt Townsend[27] Yale University
2015–16 Uthoff, JarrodJarrod Uthoff[28] University of Iowa
2016–17 Barry, CanyonCanyon Barry[29] University of Florida

Division II[edit]

Year Name School
2011–12 Trull, NickNick Trull[30] Anderson University (South Carolina)
2012–13 Ruh, MarcusMarcus Ruh[31] Saint Leo University
2013–14 Foster, BryceBryce Foster[32] Missouri University of Science and Technology
2014–15 Casey, TreyTrey Casey[33] Christian Brothers University
2015–16 Cooper, KyleKyle Cooper[34] Hillsdale College
2016–17 Klie, AdamAdam Klie[35] University of California, San Diego

Division III[edit]

Year Name School
2011–12 Wurtz, ArisAris Wurtz[36] Ripon College
2012–13 Hunt, ColtonColton Hunt[37] Randolph College
2013–14 Bonney, RichieRichie Bonney[38] Hobart College
2014–15 Coleman, JohnJohn Coleman[39] Clarkson University
2015–16 Holmquist, JaredJared Holmquist[40] Trine University
2016–17 Lowman, DeShawnDeShawn Lowman[41] Neumann University

College Division[edit]

Year Name School
1995–96
1996–97
1997–98
1998–99
1999–2000 Korey Coon Illinois Wesleyan University
2000–01
2001–02
2002–03 J.T. Luginski[14] Michigan Technological University
2003–04 Nick Branting[15] University of Nebraska at Kearney
2004–05 J.D. Byers[16] Lebanon Valley College
2005–06 Keelan Amelianovich[17] Illinois Wesleyan University
2006–07
2007–08 Troy Ruths[19] Washington University in St. Louis
2008–09 Jimmy Bartolotta[20] Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2009–10 Daniel McKeehan[21] Thomas More College
2010–11 Austin Meier[22] Milwaukee School of Engineering
2011–12 Casey Koons[42] Taylor University
2012–13 Brad Karp[43] Saint Xavier University
2013–14 Brad Karp[44] Saint Xavier University
2014–15 Schauss, MattMatt Schauss[45] Bethel College (Indiana)
2015–16 Cole, BrandonBrandon Cole[46] Bryan College
2016–17 Folkerts, ChandlerChandler Folkerts[47] Concordia University Nebraska

Notes[edit]

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  37. ^ "Colton Hunt of Randolph College and Carissa Verkaik of Calvin College top Capital One Academic All-America® Division III Basketball Teams" (Press release). College Sports Information Directors of America. February 19, 2013. Retrieved February 21, 2013. 
  38. ^ "Capital One Academic All-America® D3 Basketball Teams Announced: Senior Richie Bonney (Hobart) and Stephanie Kuzmanic (Carthage) headline the 2013-14 Division III basketball teams." (Press release). College Sports Information Directors of America. February 18, 2014. Retrieved February 21, 2014. 
  39. ^ "Clarkson's John Coleman and Whitman's Heather Johns Headline Capital One Academic All-America® Division III Basketball Teams". College Sports Information Directors of America. February 24, 2015. Retrieved February 27, 2015. 
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  44. ^ "Capital One Academic All-America® College Division Basketball Teams Announced: Brad Karp (Saint Xavier), Samantha Kleinsasser (Northwestern- Iowa) claim Capital One Academic All-America® of the Year basketball honors for the college division. Karp has now earned top CD men's basketball honors for the second consecutive year." (Press release). College Sports Information Directors of America. February 17, 2014. Retrieved February 21, 2014. 
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  47. ^ "Chandler Folkerts of Concordia (Neb.) and Cassidy Deno of Purdue Northwest Leads CoSIDA Academic All-America® College Division Basketball Teams" (Press release). College Sports Information Directors of America. February 27, 2017. Retrieved March 2, 2017. 

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