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Georgetown College men's basketball received multiple honors at the postseason Mid-South Conference banquet.
Redshirt-sophomore Russ Middleton earned MSC All-Academic, earning a 3.25 grade point average or higher with a sophomore or higher standing.
Pearson led the team with 15.2 points per game and had 264 total rebounds. He averaged 8.5 boards a game, tying for team-high with DeMercy. However, the center played in eight more games than the power forward who grabbed a total of 195 rebounds. He also shot a league-best 63.2 percent from the field, which was also fourth best in the nation.
Pearson finished his career for the Orange & Black with 1,005 points, making him the 48th player all-time to score at least a 1,000.
Hamilton averaged 10.9 ppg, serving as a spark and leader off the bench for first-year coach Chris Briggs. His 64 steals in 35 games, a 1.8 average, was sixth best in the conference. It also gave him 178 on his career at Georgetown, to move to sixth on the Tigers all-time steals list.
Craig was the team's second-leading scorer with 12.3 ppg. He averaged just more than three assists per game with a team-high 111. The junior had 123 rebounds, the most from any Tiger guard.
DeMercy joined the team after the Christmas break and became a solid contributor. He started out hot with three double-doubles and finished averaging 11.3 ppg and his 8.5 rpg was tied with Pearson for team-high.