April 5, 2011
    Delaney selected to VaSID All-State team
    Allen earns honorable mention

    BLACKSBURG, Va. – Senior guard Malcolm Delaney was one of six student-athletes to be named to the First-Team 2011 VaSID University Divison All-State Men’s Basketball Team, as selected by the state’s sports information directors. The Baltimore, Md., native is one of three repeat selections to the squad, having been named to the first team his junior season and the second team his sophomore campaign. Jeff Allen also earned his first career VaSID honors as an honorable mention.

    Out of the six first-team selections, Delaney averaged the most points-per-game at 18.7, totalling 637 for the 2010-11 season. As a starter in all 34 games this season, Delaney led the team in most statistical categories, including scoring (637), assists (137), steals (56) and three-point percentage (.850, 181-213). He was named first-team All-ACC, second-team All-ACC Tournament, first-team NABC All-District 2 and USBWA All-District III. Delaney leaves Tech with all-time career records in free throws made (721), attempted (853), percentage (.845), minutes played (4,688) and three-point attempts (727).

    Allen, a Washington, D.C., native, joined Delaney as a starter for all 34 games this season, crashing the boards for a team-leading 330 rebounds (90 off., 238 def.), averaging 9.7 per game. He also led the team with 16 double-doubles on the season and was second behind Delaney in points with 454, good for a 13.4 average. Allen became the first player in conference history with 1,500 career points, 1,000 rebounds, 200 steals and 150 blocked shots. He leaves Tech fourth all-time in rebounds (1,111) and steals (233), and is fifth all-time in blocked shots (150).

    2011 VaSID University Division All-State Men’s Basketball

    Kevin Anderson Richmond 6-0 Senior Guard
    Denzel Bowles James Madison 6-10 Senior Forward
    Malcolm Delaney Virginia Tech 6-3 Senior Guard
    Justin Harper Richmond 6-10 Senior Forward
    Frank Hassell Old Dominion 6-9 Senior Forward
    Jamie Skeen VCU 6-9 Senior Forward

    Antwan Carter Longwood 6-6 Junior Center
    Cam Long George Mason 6-4 Senior Guard
    Kyle O’Quinn Norfolk State 6-10 Junior Center
    Darrion Pellum Hampton 6-6 Junior Guard
    Jesse Sanders Liberty 6-3 Junior Guard

    Honorable Mention
    Jeff Allen Virginia Tech 6-7 Senior Forward
    Kent Bazemore Old Dominion 6-5 Senior Guard
    Bradford Burgess VCU 6-6 Junior Guard
    Austin Kenon VMI 5-11 Senior Guard
    Quinn McDowell William & Mary 6-6 Junior Forward
    Joey Rodriguez VCU 5-10 Senior Guard

    Player of the Year: Justin Harper, Richmond
    Coach of the Year: Shaka Smart, VCU
    Rookie of the Year: D.J. Covington, VMI

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