Men's Basketball


LeVeau, Good selected All-Conference Carolinas

LeVeau, Good selected All-Conference Carolinas

All-Conference Carolinas

BRISTOL, Tenn. – Prior to the Conference Carolinas Tournament semifinals, the league held a banquet to announce their all-conference performers and a pair of Tornado seniors were honored. Hunter LeVeau garnered first team accolades while C.J. Good was selected to the second team.

LeVeau earns all-conference honors for the fourth time in his career, including the second straight year he has garnered first team honors. In his first two seasons at King, the Johnson City, Tenn., native earned second team all-conference and was the Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year. In his career, LeVeau is one of three players in school history with at least 1,500 points and 600 rebounds. His 1,593 career points rank seventh on the all-time list and his 600 rebounds rank third all-time. Among NCAA active players, LeVeau ranks seventh in all divisions with 341 career triples and fourth in NCAA Division II. The 341 trifectas also rank LeVeau fourth in school history.

This season LeVeau ranks third in Conference Carolinas with 95 three-point baskets and is 10th with an average of 15.2 points per game. His scoring average is the best of his career, and in his career he averages 13.4 points per game. LeVeau has accounted for 34 steals this season, ranking him 13th in Conference Carolinas.

Good has been nearly as impressive in his career wearing the scarlet and navy, ranking third in school history with 372 three-point baskets and a 44.0 three-point field goal percentage. This marks his second all-conference selection as he earned first team honors a season ago along with second team NABC All-Southeast Region accolades. On Tuesday night, Good surpassed 1,500 career points and ranks ninth on the King all-time list with 1,505 career points. Among NCAA active players, Good ranks fifth in all divisions with 372 three-point baskets and second in NCAA Division II.

This season, Good leads Conference Carolinas with a three-point field goal percentage of 46.2, and he is fourth in the league with 90 trifectas on the year. He ranks 13th in the league with an average of 13.7 points per game and fourth with an assist to turnover ratio of 2.7.

The fourth seeded Tornado are in action on Saturday afternoon when they take on top seed Pfeiffer University in the Conference Carolinas Tournament semifinals at 4:00 p.m. The contest will follow the first semifinal between Barton College and Limestone College.

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