Jared Suderley’s final men’s basketball season at Hartwick College is getting plenty of attention.
Senior forward Suderley earned his second All-America honor for the 2013-14 season on Saturday, when Hartwick’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder received a First Team honor from D3hoops.com.
Suderley’s second All-America award from D3hoops.com — he was a second-teamer in 2012 — came two days after he made the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ Division III All-America Third Team.
Suderley led Hartwick (18-10) in scoring (20.4 points per game) and rebounding (10.7 pg) en route to Empire 8 Conference Player of the Year accolades. He went on to earn E8 Tournament MVP honors for leading the Hawks to their second conference title and third NCAA D-III Tournament berth in the last four seasons.
Suderley also made the D3hoops.com All-East Region First Team and the NABC East Region All-District First Team this season, when he set all-time program records for points and rebounds. He finished his four seasons at Hartwick with 2,034 points and 920 rebounds.
WATER POLOHartwick 15, Concordia 8
Sami Capparelli and Anniek Hendriks scored three goals apiece to lead Hartwick to a victory over Concordia at Cal State Northridge on Sunday.
Katie Ermakova, Britt Tait, Jemma Dendy Young and Stephanie El Safty each scored twice and Devon Boyle had one goal for the Hawks (15-8), who received 10 saves from Michaela Davies.
Hartwick, which held a 7-1 lead early in the second quarter, play at top-ranked and defending national champion Southern California on Thursday. The Hawks will close their eight-game trip to California at Long Beach State on Friday.
CSN 12, Hartwick 10
Sami Capparelli scored five goals Sunday, but Hartwick’s five-game winning streak ended with a loss to seventh-ranked host Cal State Northridge.
Cayley Tonkin contributed two goals for the Hawks, who received one apiece from Devon Boyle, Katie Ermakova and Britt Tait.