Owls Earn Two All-AMC Nods
ST. LOUIS -- The William Woods University men's basketball team landed a pair of players on the 2011-12 All-American Midwest Conference squads, as Logan Decker earned his third all-AMC selection and second First Team nod, with Andrew Miller earning his first all-AMC selection.
Decker led the Owls to a 14-17 overall record, averaging 14.9 pts/gm and handing out 62 assists. He became just the second 1,000-point scorer in WWU history during the season, finishing the year as the career leader for William Woods with 1,272 points. He is currently the second-most accurate 3-pt shooter in program history with a .356 pace and the third-best overall shooter all-time for the Owls.
Miller averaged 10.6 pts/gm, stepping up to a 12.1 pts/gm average against AMC opponents. He was strong off the glass as well for the Owls, pulling down 5.5 boards per game and recording three double-doubles on the season. His individual performances were capped by a 26 point, 11 rebound outing in WWU's 75-71 win over Harris-Stowe State University. He posted the second-highest single-season 3-pt shooting percentage, with his .423 mark just six-thousandths of a point shy of Dan Anderson's 2007-08 campaign that saw him hit at a .429 pace.