2012-2013 GMU Hoops Season Awards, vote now!

With the college hoops season officially over it’s time for the GMU Hoops 2012-2013 season awards. You may remember voting in this last season. See below to vote and I’ve saved the best poll question for last:

2013 Team MVP

2013 Offensive Player of the Year

2013 Defensive Player of the Year

2013 Rookie/Newcomer of the Year

2013 Most Improved Player

2013 Guard of the Year

2013 Forward of the Year

2013 Hustle Award (energy, attitude, and hard worker)

2013 Individual Performance of the Year

2013 Game of the Year

2013 John Powell photo of the year (photos are listed below)

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[Photos by John Powell]

  • upside2013

    Ryan, Will you be grading the palyers and coaches performance as you have in the past?

  • gmuhoops

    Yes I will be soon

  • AnonGMUFan

    I guess most people are voting for Sherrod as MVP because they think it stands for Mostly Variable Performances…

  • Matt_LC

    So the better choice is…?

  • StopWearingPurple

    I’d like to vote “all of the above” for hustle. Win or lose those guys were always busting their butts.

  • Christopher Hirsch

    Paul Hewitt – F

  • http://twitter.com/mkaufman1 mkaufman1

    Overall Hewitt probably gets a B/B- from me, his saving grace was the run in March, otherwise It would be about a “C” considering the weak league, blown losses, etc

  • Andy Minor

    So I guess you missed the homecoming game…

  • Andy Minor

    He definitely looked way better in March than he did in February; almost looked like during the CBI the team FINALLY started to buy into his system.

  • StopWearingPurple

    I was there. There was some debate on whether it was flat play or poor schemes and vanilla offense and maybe being outcoached. They also got blown out the next game on the road and I did not see that. I stand by my general observation that they played hard on a regular basis. If there was game or two that prevents a literal interpretation of “always”, I have no quibble with that.

  • StopWearingPurple

    The CBI success had a serious positive impact on how this past season was perceived. It also raises expectatons for next year, especially being year three of his style/system and having a very senior team. If the team is perceived as taking a step back then things could get ugly.