Here are the actual awards . . .

Coaches balloting – 2009-10 All-Big Ten Teams
First team Second team Third team
Demetri McCamey, Illinois DeShawn Sims, Michigan Manny Harris, Michigan
Kalin Lucas, Michigan State John Shurna, Northwestern Draymond Green, Michigan State
EVAN TURNER, Ohio State Talor Battle, Penn State Raymar Morgan, Michigan State
Robbie Hummel, Purdue JaJuan Johnson, Purdue William Buford, Ohio State
E’Twaun Moore, Purdue Trévon Hughes, Wisconsin Jason Bohannon, Wisconsin
Honorable Mention
All-Big Ten
:
Mike Tisdale, Illinois
Verdell Jones III, Indiana
Aaron Fuller, Iowa
Matt Gatens, Iowa
Lawrence Westbrook, Minnesota
Michael Thompson, Northwestern
Jon Diebler, Ohio State
David Lighty, Ohio State
Chris Kramer, Purdue
Jon Leuer, Wisconsin

*All CAPS indicates unanimous decision

Player of the Year: Evan Turner, Ohio State

Coach of the Year: Matt Painter, Purdue

Sixth Man of the Year: DRAYMOND GREEN, Michigan State

Freshman of the Year
: D.J. Richardson, Illinois

All-Freshman Team:
D.J. RICHARDSON, Illinois
CHRISTIAN WATFORD, Indiana
Eric May, Iowa
DREW CRAWFORD, Northwestern
Kelsey Barlow, Purdue

All-Defensive Team:
Jeremy Nash, Northwestern
Dallas Lauderdale, Ohio State
JaJuan Johnson, Purdue
CHRIS KRAMER, Purdue
Trévon Hughes, Wisconsin

Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Kramer, Purdue

Media balloting – 2009-10 All-Big Ten Teams
First team Second team Third team
Demetri McCamey, Illinois DeShawn Sims, Michigan Manny Harris, Michigan
Kalin Lucas, Michigan State John Shurna, Northwestern Draymond Green, Michigan State
EVAN TURNER, Ohio State Talor Battle, Penn State William Buford, Ohio State
Robbie Hummel, Purdue JaJuan Johnson, Purdue David Lighty, Ohio State
E’Twaun Moore, Purdue Trévon Hughes, Wisconsin Jason Bohannon, Wisconsin
Honorable Mention
All-Big Ten:
Mike Davis, Illinois
Mike Tisdale, Illinois
Verdell Jones III, Indiana
Raymar Morgan, Michigan State
Lawrence Westbrook, Minnesota
Drew Crawford, Northwestern
Michael Thompson, Northwestern
Jon Diebler, Ohio State
Chris Kramer, Purdue
Jon Leuer, Wisconsin

*All CAPS indicates unanimous decision

Player of the Year: EVAN TURNER, Ohio State

Coach of the Year: Thad Matta, Ohio State

Freshman of the Year
: Drew Crawford, Northwestern


Big Ten Sportsmanship Awards
Bill Cole, Illinois; Brett Finkelmeier, Indiana; Jarryd Cole, Iowa; DeShawn Sims, Michigan; Isaiah Dahlman, Michigan State; Paul Carter, Minnesota; John Shurna, Northwestern; Kyle Madsen, Ohio State; Andrew Jones, Penn State; Chris Kramer, Purdue; Jason Bohannon, Wisconsin.

8 comments

  1. Congrats to Watford. I still feel he should have won the freshman of the year award though. Hulls should have been included on the All-Freshman team.

  2. WHAT THE $^@%#$$@! WERE THESE PEOPLE THINKING. BARLOW OVER HULLS?!!?!?!?

    barlow averages 1 more minute per game than DEREK ELSTON and averages HALF the points and HALF the rebounds Elston averages.

    I know they play different roles but seriously. 3 points 2 rebounds in 15 minutes gets you ALL-FRESHMAN?!?!? Elston and Hulls are better and had better years.

    give me a break!!!!!!!!!

  3. Who cares about individual awards. Betcha Hulls would’ve traded any he might have got for a “W” or 2 more.

    On the other hand, it is hard for us to watch this season without failing to recognize the fact that, if this were a normal IU season, none of these guys would have any significant points because they would not have had a tenth of the minutes they have played.

  4. This proves that the anti-IU sentiment is still plenty alive within the Big 10 power structures. Un-frickin’-believable.

    Moving on, did anyone watch St. Mary’s upset Gonzaga last night? If you did, you would have seen another familiar old face:

    At the same time, the Gaels’ 6-11 Aussie forward, Ben Allen, stepped away from the basket. When he wasn’t draining 4 of 6 threes for 20 points (and nine rebounds), he was passing to the Saint Mary’s guards to vacated spots inside.”

    Final box score for the Mike Davis recruit:

    20 pts., 9 reb., 4 assists. 8-11 from the field.

  5. pardon me for a moment while i LAUGH MY FACE OFF at Chris Kramer receiving, of all things, a sportsmanship award. This is a guy who was reveling in giving s**t to IU fans after we nearly beat them.

    These awards don’t mean much because, if your team has few victories, all of the players suffer. Talor Battle only made it to this list because he is fantastically hyped.

  6. Was more surprised that Trevon Hughes didn’t get first team all big ten. I agreed with Dan Dakich and Jim Jackson from the BTN on that one.

    How about Shurna? Going from a 7ppg player last year to second team? Really did a nice job of stepping in when Coble went down for the year. Too bad the Cats couldn’t get that NCAA tourney monkey off their back.

    I’ll take the recognition for IU albeit an honorable mention and all freshman team pick. That is just where this team is right now.

    Looking back to some posts before the season started I had the Hoosiers at 12 wins for the year. What an emotional season though. Rollercoaster to say the least. Posters really came out of the wood work and were out for blood during that 11 game losing streak. Too be expected in this day of electronic media forums though.

    Let’s get one more and close season two of the Tom Crean Rebuilding Project. I’m ready for baseball season to being.

    PB

  7. Was anyone else surprised that Creek didn’t get mentioned on the all freshman team? Wasn’t he one of the leading scorers in the b10 when he went down with his injury, and at that point wasn’t he considered the best player on the team??

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