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Adams named to 1st team - Mar 2, 2019

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Campbellsville men's basketball senior Stephaun Adams (185-G-96) was named to the All-Mid South Conference First Team, conference officials announced Friday night at the post-season awards banquet. Adams finished second at 19.6 ppg in the conference and started every single conference contest, averaging over 35 minutes per game. Adams, the Tigers' leading scorer also led the conference in steals (71) and steals per game (2.45) while finishing second in the conference in assists (142) and assists per game (4.90) after leading the conference for most of the year.
Adams will look to lead the Tigers to a Mid-South Conference Tournament Championship this weekend in Pikeville, as they hope to solidify a good enough resume to make the NAIA National Tournament.

Kyle Clarke (196-G-95) went out with a bang on his senior night as well, recording eight points while tying his career-high with seven rebounds as the Kennesaw State men's basketball team outlasted Stetson 83-82 for a dramatic victory to clinch the final spot in the ASUN Tournament. The Owls retook the lead, 71-70, with nine minutes to go after a 7-0 run. The two teams proceeded to trade the lead with Stetson holding a slim 82-81 advantage with just under four minutes to play.
After a nearly three-minute scoreless drought for both teams senior Kosta Jankovic earned a trip to the free throw line, draining both shots to give KSU an 83-82 lead with a minute to go. KSU fended off two three-point attempts from the Hatters in the final minute to record the win and book its ticket to the ASUN Tournament.


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