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February 28, 2014

Hartwick's Suderley earns second E8 Player of the Year honor


Hartwick College senior men’s basketball player Jared Suderley added a second Empire 8 Conference Player of the Year award to his resume Thursday.

Suderley, first honored as the conference’s top player in 2012, becomes the third player in E8 history to earn the twice. Rochester Institute of Technology’s Brandon Redmond (2001, 2002) and Ithaca College’s Sean Burton (2008, 2009) are the other two-time recipients.

Suderley’s teammate, freshman guard Joey Lufkin, was named the Rookie of the Year. Suderley and Lufkin became the first teammates to earn and player and rookie of the year honors in the same season.

Additionally, Hartwick senior Kyle Bradley was selected as a Second Team all-conference player.

Suderley was a Second Team honoree by the E8 last year and also was named the Rookie of the Year in 2011. This season, Suderley ranked first in the conference in scoring average (20.2) and rebounds (10.8). He also shot a conference-best 87.7 percent from the free throw line. Nationally, he ranks 26th in total points, 18th in rebounds and 26th in free throw percentage.

Suderley started every game this season and scored in double figures every game. He had 14 double-doubles, which ranks 18th in Division III.

He had season highs of 36 points and 17 rebounds in Hartwick’s 96-82 victory over Houghton on Jan. 18.

On Feb. 1 against St. John Fisher, Suderley became the all-time leading rebounder in Hartwick history, passing Les Miller’s record of 827. Less than a week later, he passed Tim McGraw’s scoring mark of 1,878 points to become the all-time scorer in Hawks’ history.

“This is a great accomplishment for Jared,” Hartwick coach Todd McGuinness said in a media release sent by the school. “He has had a great season this year and his best in a Hartwick uniform. Jared has been a winner since Day 1 and has had these great accomplishments while leading Hartwick to three Empire 8 titles and two NCAA tournament appearances.”

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