Lucas Hausman Named Bowdoin's First NABC All American Since 1994

Lucas Hausman is Bowdoin's first NABC All American since Nick Browning in 1994
Lucas Hausman is Bowdoin's first NABC All American since Nick Browning in 1994

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Bowdoin junior Lucas Hausman (Westport, Conn.) has been named Third Team Division III All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

Hausman is just the third Bowdoin men's basketball player to achieve NABC All-American status, joining Nick Browning '95 (Honorable Mention, 1994) and two-timer Gregg Fasulo '78 (Third Team in 1977 and '78). He is the only NESCAC Player to garner All-American status this season.

Bowdoin's first NESCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Year, Hausman paced the league in scoring with 20.7 points, but saw his production rise against conference foes as he averaged 24.7 points during the regular season. He ranked fourth in the conference in free-throw percentage (87.8) and tenth in field goal percentage (49.9).

The First Team All-NESCAC honoree was at his best at the end of the season, pouring in 30 or more points in four of Bowdoin's last nine games. Hausman tied the program's 61-year old single-game scoring mark when he scored 44 points against Bates on February 13, and fell two points shy of tying the NESCAC Championship single-game scoring record when he tallied 37 points versus Williams in the quarterfinal round.