Adam Hastings wrapped up his career at Linn-Benton by being named 1st team all Southern Region! Adam led the South Region in rebounding (9.3 rpg) and was 6th overall for the entire NWAACC. Adam will be taking his game to a four year university next year.
Tim Weber wrapped up his sophomore year at Southern Oregon University as a starter shooting 50% from the field and was third on the team in assists. The Raiders advanced to the conference championship dropping a 66-62 game where Weber knocked down all three of his attempts from long range.
Kyle Atkinson played in 24 games his freshman season at Concordia University in Portland, OR. He came into games with the primary purpose of knocking down shots from long range. Kyle will look to be a bigger contributor his sophomore year.
Jared Kelsay played a significant role in his first year at Lane Community College. Jared stepped in and contributed in a key role off the bench for the Titans who qualified for the NWAACC tournament.
Jeremiah Harris had a great season at Eastern Arizona College. Harris started all 30 games, averaging 8 points while connecting on over 50% of his shots. Jeremiah also pulled down nearly 7 rebounds a game in his first year playing college basketball.
2011 Oregon Stars, Derek Mautz, Jordan Browne-Moore, and Justin Martin all redshirted this season for Southern Oregon University. They contributed everyday in practice to a team that went to the NAIA national tournament for the first time since 2005. The Raiders finished 24-9, tying a 60 year old record for most wins in a season!
Part of the first Oregon Stars team, Tim Weber just finished his freshman season at Southern Oregon University. Tim averaged 12.4 minutes per game and shot 41% from three point range. Tim’s freshman campaign included 3 starts and appearances in all 30 games for the Raiders.
Adam Hastings had a tremendous freshman year at Linn Benton Community College. Adam was a starter, one of the teams top rebounders and scorers and was named All-Freshman team for the Southern Region. He averaged 13.5 points and 6.5 boards a game for the RoadRunners. After one more season at LBCC, Adam will be moving on to a four year University.
Brad Seehawer played a reserve role for Mt. Hood Community College which won the NWAACC Southern Region. Brad looks to be a key contributor for MHCC next season.