ECAC-New England Hoop Honors for Mike Mayer & Duncan Robinson

CENTERVILLE, MA – Williams College senior center and captain Mike Mayer (Durham, NC) and freshman forward Duncan Robinson (New Castle, NH) have been honored by the Eastern College Athletic Conference New England Division III coaches.

Mayer was named to the region's First Team, while Robinson was named the Rookie of the Year.

Both Mayer and Robinson were named to the NCAA All-Tournament team this year as the Ephs (28-5) advanced to the NCAA championship game, where they were defeated in the final seconds by Wisconsin-Whitewater 75-73.

Additionally the Eph duo also collected All-American honors from D3Hoops.com with Mayer earning First Team honors and Robinson being named the National Rookie of the Year and to the Fourth Team.

Mayer leaves Williams ranked in the top 10 in both scoring and rebounding. With 1,469 points Mayer ranks seventh all-time at Williams and his 716 career rebounds puts him sixth on the list of top Eph rebounders.

Robinson led the Ephs in minutes played with 1,110 (a Williams record), points scored (548), 3-pointers made (81-179), 3-point % (45.3), free throw percentage (87.8% - 79 of 90), blocks (36) and steals (36). He also contributed 208 rebounds and 59 assists.

Robinson is the first Eph freshman to be named to the NCAA All-Tournament team and the first to score 500 points in a season. His 548 points this season came on just 348 shots and is tied with Mike Mayer for the ninth most points scored in a single season at Williams.

See the complete ECAC-New England Division III team HERE.  

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