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Willett Named to Bevo Francis Award Top 50 Watch List - Feb 16, 2019


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Queens University of Charlotte senior forward Shaun Willett (193-F) was named to the Bevo Francis Award Top 50 Watch List, Small College Basketball announced on Friday. The Clarence "Bevo" Francis Award is presented annually to the player who has had the finest season in NCAA Divisions II and III, NAIA Divisions I and II, USCAA Divisions I and II and NCCAA Divisions I and II.

Through 26 games this year, Willett leads the South Atlantic Conference in scoring and rebounding, averaging 19.6 points and 12.2 rebounds per game (No. 3 NCAA). Having three times been named AstroTurf SAC Player of the Week, Willett has scored more than 20 points on 13 occasions, including a career-high 30-point performance versus Lenoir-Rhyne University on Jan. 30. Willett's 22 double-doubles leads the NCAA in all divisions.

Willett has helped guide Queens (23-3, 15-1 SAC) to four consecutive wins and a No. 10 national ranking in both the coaches' poll and the media poll. The Royals currently hold sole possession of first place in the SAC standings with a three-game lead over both Catawba College & Lincoln Memorial University (11-4) in second place.

The watch list, which started with 100 players and also featured junior guard Daniel Carr, will be trimmed to 25 players on March 15. Finalists will be announced on April 6 and the award winner will be announced on April 8.
  




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