2019-20 Men's Basketball Award Winners

Week 4 (Dec. 2, 2019)
DeQuan Abrom – Belmont Abbey

Abrom finished Belmont Abbey’s win over Limestone on Nov. 27 with 25 points, five rebounds, four assists, three steals and one block. 

The preseason All-American from Washington, D.C. finished the win over Limestone shooting 9-of-15 (60 percent) from the field overall. The senior guard connected on 50 percent (4-of-8) of his three-point attempts. The reigning Conference Carolinas Player of the Year was also a perfect 3-of-3 at the charity stripe.  


Week 3 (Nov. 25, 2019)
Jordan Floyd – King

Floyd averaged 32 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game in King's two games last week. Floyd was an incredibly impressive 20-of-21 (95.2 percent) from the free throw line on the week. 

Floyd had 29 points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal in regionally-ranked King's win over Lee on Nov. 18. He followed that up with 35 points, four rebounds, three assists and four steals in King's narrow loss to Clayton State on Nov. 23. The 35 points were just one shy of his career-best of 36. 


Week 2 (Nov. 18, 2019)
Sean Halloran – Belmont Abbey

A sophomore guard out of Orlando, Fla., Halloran helped lead Belmont Abbey to a 2-0 week by averaging 21.5 points, 7.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. He shot a scorching 60.9 percent (14-of-23) from the field overall and a blistering 77.8 percent (7-of-9) from beyond the arc. 

In Belmont Abbey’s 85-73 road win at Johnson C. Smith on Nov. 13, Halloran finished his efforts with 16 points and seven assists. In Belmont Abbey’s home win over Young Harris on Saturday, Nov. 16, Halloran finished with a career-best 27 points. He scored 20 of his 27 in the second half.


Week 1 (Nov. 11, 2019)
Jordan Floyd - King

A senior guard out of Stone Mountain, Ga., Floyd kicked off the year in impressive fashion by averaging 34 points per game in two King victories. Floyd shot 56.3 percent (27-of-48) from the field in the two Tornado wins.

In King’s 84-74 season-opening win over UVA-Wise, Floyd shot 60.9 percent (14-of-23) from the floor en route to his 34 points. He also had four assists and four rebounds.

In leading King to its first win over Carson-Newman since 2011 on Nov. 9, Floyd ended his day with 34 points, five steals, four assists and four rebounds.