MEAC Honors: Collins wins Coach of The Year, Gray sweeps individual awards

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North Carolina Central may have swept through the MEAC, but they’ve apparently still got some convincing to do. Despite going a perfect 16-0 in league play, NCCU placed just one player on the All-MEAC first team and Levelle Moton did not win the conference’s coaching honor.

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Bobby Collins was named MEAC Coach of The Year after leading the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore to an 18-13 record after taking over a team that went 6-24 in 2014.  Delaware State’s Kendall Gray won both Player of The Year and Defensive Player of The Year honors.

Here are the All-MEAC teams, per David Hall of the Virginian-Pilot.

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Second Team

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Third Team

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