The Oxford men's basketball team saw five members take home All-GCAA accolades, as voted by the league's coaches for outstanding athletic performance. Sean Wickham and Kyle Brown earned All-GCAA First Team accolades, while freshman Ryan Kwong garnered a spot on the All-GCAA Second Team, and sophomore Robbie Wainio earned All-GCAA Honorable Mention. Tombari George-Komi was the lone representative and earned a spot on the All-Defensive Team.
This was Wickham's second year earning 1st Team All-GCAA accolades. He averaged 16.9 points per game and 8.8 rebounds per game to rank 2nd in both categories.
Kyle Brown had a stellar sophomore season averaging 11.1 points per game for 6th place in the conference and 3.8 assists per game for 2nd place in the conference. His leadership both on and off the court will be missed dearly by the Eagles next season.
Ryan Kwong was the second leader scorer for the Eagles this season at 12.2 points per game. This placed him 4th in the conference in scoring. He shot an amazing 42.3% from the three point range this season.
Robbie Wainio made honorable mention All-GCAA as a reserve averaging 11.2 points per game.
Tombari George-Komi was named to the All-Defensive Team for the 2nd consecutive year. Tombari would consistently take on the challenge of guarding the other teams best scorer.
"I am proud for these players as they have richly-earned these honors," head coach Roderick Stubbs commented.