BRUNSWICK, Maine - Three Bowdoin men's basketball players have earned All-State honors in awards announced by the Maine Men's Basketball Coaches & Writers Association.
Sophomore Keegan Pieri (Camden, Maine) was recognized as a First Team All-State selection while classmate Bryan Hurley (Watertown, Mass.) and junior Andrew Madlinger (Basking Ridge, N.J.) and earned Second Team honors.
Pieri had an excellent all-around campaign for the Polar Bears, averaging 13.3 points to rank second on the team and a team-leading 6.0 rebounds per contest. He also connected on 49.8% of his shots from the field for the season.
Hurley sparked the Bowdoin offense this winter, ranking second in all of Division III with 8.3 assists per game. He also ranked ninth in Division III with a 2.8 assist-to-turnover ratio. He also averaged 9.4 points per game this season.
Andrew Madlinger also collected All-State recognition after netting a team-best 14.3 points per game this year. He connected on a team-high 64 three-pointers this season at a 41.6% clip.
Bowdoin finished its season with a record of 14-10 and finishing in fifth place in the conference standings.