Husson University seniors Raheem Anderson and Chandler Guerrette have both been named ECAC Division III New England Player of the Year.

There are 70 Division III schools in New England that are part of the ECAC.

Anderson helped lead the Eagles to another 20 win season and an appearance in the NCAA playoffs.

Anderson had already won North Atlantic Conference Player of the Year honors. He averaged 26.7 PPG (720 total points).

Eagles sophomore Justin Martin is a Honorable Mention selection.

2016-17 ECAC Division III New England Men’s Basketball All-Star Team

Player of the Year
Raheem Anderson – Husson University, Sr.

Rookie of the Year
Jake Ross – Springfield College, Fr.

Coach of the Year
Titus Manderson – Fitchburg State University

First Team
Jaleel Bell – Fitchburg State University, Sr.
Jake Ross – Springfield College, Fr.
Raheem Anderson – Husson University, Sr.
Chad Copeland – Castleton University, Sr.
Jourdain Bell – Colby-Sawyer College, So.

Honorable Mention
Jordan Cooper – Brandeis University, Jr.
Justin Martin – Husson University, So.

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Guerrette had already won NAC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors. She helped lead Husson to a 20+ win season and a first ever NCAA playoff win.

Kissy Walker also wins ECAC Coach of the Year. It is the 6th time she has won the award.

Sophomore Kenzie Worcester is an ECAC Honorable Mention choice, along with Maine Martime's Alayne Felix.

2016-17 ECAC Division III New England Women’s Basketball All-Star Team

Player of the Year
Chandler Guerrette – Husson University, Sr.

Rookie of the Year
Kyra Rose – Fitchburg State University, Fr.

Coach of the Year
Kissy Walker – Husson University

First Team
Chandler Guerrette – Husson University, Sr.
Maria Jackson – Brandeis University, Sr.
Ava Adamopoulos– Springfield College, Sr.
Alycia Rackliffe – Framingham State University, Sr.
Emily Irwin – Curry College, So.

Honorable Mention
Alayne Felix – Maine Maritime Academy, So.
Raegan Mulherin – Framingham State, Jr.
Kenzie Worcester – Husson University, So.