Key and Middlebrooks Named First Team All-TCCAA, Three Others Voted to Second Team

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March 20, 2017 - Five members of Southwest Tennessee Community College's men's and women's basketball teams were voted by the conference's coaches to the All-TCCAA team including two first team selections.

Sophomore Brandon Key, the starting point guard for the Saluqis the past two seasons, was named first team All-TCCAA while sophomore guard Julian Daughtry and freshman guard Zavian Jackson were second team selections. Key, who has committed to South Dakota State University, averaged 12.2 points per game this season and led the team with 7.3 assists per game. Daughtry led the Saluqis in scoring with an average of 12.6 points per game and a 42.0 three-point percentage while Jackson averaged 11.8 points per game and led the team with a 51.9 field goal percentage.

Brandon Key

Brandon Key

Victoria Middlebrooks

Victoria Middlebrooks

For the Lady Saluqis, sophomore forward Victoria Middlebrooks was voted first team All-TCCAA while freshman guard Atitiana Vincent was a second team pick. Middlebrooks averaged 11.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.7 steals and led the team with 1.5 blocks per game. Vincent, the Lady Saluqis' leading scorer with an 11.6 average, also led the team with an 80.3 free throw percentage and 2.6 steals per game.

All-TCCAA (Men)

  • Coach of the Year – J.T. Burton, Motlow State
  • Player of the Year – Adrian Hicks, Motlow State
  • Freshman of the Year – Rashawn Fredericks, Motlow State

First Team

DaV Moore, Chattanooga State; Lukas Hart, Jackson State; Brandon Goldsmith, Walters State; Tevin Olison, Cleveland State; Charles Perry, Roane State; Rashawn Fredericks, Motlow State; Brandon Key, Southwest Tennessee; Adrian Hicks, Columbia State; Javion Hamlet, Motlow State; Ricky Dunnaway, Walters State

Second Team

William Johnson, Roane State; Isaiah Hart, Motlow State; Christian Lynn, Volunteer State; Maleek Taylor, Chattanooga State; Devlyn Williams, Chattanooga State; D'Marco Steele, Volunteer State; Julian Daughtry, Southwest Tennessee; Malik McConnell, Walters State; Isaiah Crawley, Columbia State; Zavian Jackson, Southwest Tennessee; Justin Slocum, Columbia State; Elijah Cooper, Walters State

All-TCCAA (Women)

  • Coach of the Year – Bart Walker, Motlow State
  • Player of the Year – Shaliaya Fluker, Walters State
  • Freshman of the Year – Sara Vujacic, Motlow State

First Team

Aspen Jordan, Walters State; Kienya Jones, Motlow State; Abby Hubert, Cleveland State; Jemiah Harrison, Volunteer State; Tamiah Stanford, Motlow State; Victoria Middlebrooks, Southwest Tennessee; Blessing Samuel, Dyersburg State; Lacy Cantrell, Roane State; Sara Vujacic, Motlow State; Shaliaya Fluker, Walters State

Second Team

Mia Collins, Chattanooga State; Leisa Butler, Cleveland State; Connor Depriest, Columbia State; Ariana Prather, Roane State; Kaela Patrick, Chattanooga State; Kendrea Duke, Volunteer State; Atitiana Vincent, Southwest Tennessee; Shashana Miller, Chattanooga State; Kiara Caswell, Dyersburg State; Brittany Peoples, Jackson State; Eryn Foster, Dyersburg State; Gazmune Herndon, Walters State