BRISTOL, Tenn. – Hunter LeVeau of the King University men's basketball team had a great career wearing the scarlet and navy and he can add another award to his mantle. LeVeau was selected All-Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) honorable mention.
The four-time All-Conference Carolinas performer earns ECAC recognition for the first time. In his career, LeVeau is one of three players in school history with at least 1,500 points and 600 rebounds. His 1,623 career points rank fifth on the all-time list and his 612 rebounds rank second all-time. Among NCAA active players, LeVeau ranks seventh in all divisions with 349 career triples and fourth in NCAA Division II. The 349 trifectas also rank LeVeau fourth in school history.
This season LeVeau ranked third in Conference Carolinas with 103 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 accounted for 35 steals this season, ranking him 12th in Conference Carolinas.