NASHVILLE, Tenn. - - Belmont University men's basketball junior Evan Bradds (Jamestown, Ohio) has added two more postseason honors.
Bradds was named to the Lou Henson All-America Team by CollegeInsider.com and the American Sports Network All-ASN Team, awarded to the top mid-major players in college basketball.
Named 2016 OVC Player of the Year and All-District by the USBWA and NABC, Bradds led the nation in field goal percentage (.714) after pacing the country in that category a year ago.
Through 100 career games, Bradds' field goal percentage (.690; 507-of-735) ranks first in NCAA Division I men's basketball since the statistical category was first tracked in 1948.
Bradds became the first player to lead the country in field goal percentage in consecutive seasons since, coincidentally, former Bruin Adam Mark did so in 2002 and 2003.
He ranked among OVC leaders in five statistical categories, including fourth in scoring (17.6) and second in rebounding (9.2).
Bradds becomes the sixth Bruin named mid-major All-America, joining Justin Hare (2008), Alex Renfroe (2009), Ian Clark (2011, 2013), J.J. Mann (2014), and Craig Bradshaw (2015).
Thomas Walkup of Stephen F. Austin was named Lou Henson National Player of the Year.