Harman receives basketball honor
Penn State Altoona mens’ basketball player Andruw Harman was recentlty selected to the first-ever National Newcomers of the Year list for NCAA Division III, compiled by “That D3 Guy.”
On a list that consisted of first, second, and third teams, as well as an honorable mention category, Harman was picked to the third team of the National Newcomers of the Year list. The list names some of the top first-year players across the country in NCAA Division III men’s basketball, as selected by “That D3 Guy.”
The National Newcomers of the Year list can be viewed on the “That D3 Guy.”
In his first season, Harman, a sophomore swingman, was voted the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference’s Newcomer of the Year while also taking second-team All-AMCC honors. The sophomore played in all 28 games for the Lions, including making 24 starts. In the AMCC, he ranks second in steals (50), third in blocks (48), blocks per game (1.7), and defensive rebounds (180), fourth in total rebounds (226) and steals per game (1.8), fifth in rebounds per game (8.1), sixth in field goals made (148) and points (411), ninth in free throws made (92), 13th in offensive rebounds (46), 16th in assists (67), and 18th in points per game (14.7) and points per 40 minutes (20.4).
Harman recorded eight double-doubles this season for the Lions, and he also set a new Penn State Altoona men’s basketball single season record for defensive rebounds with 180.