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Juwan Staten named to Bob Cousy Award List

Morgantown, WV (November 5th, 2014)

By Dave Ackermann – Senior Writer (Feature photo courtesy of



SR PG Juwan Staten (photo courtesy of

As released by Bryan Messerly, Associate AD for Sports Communications at WVU, senior point guard Juwan Staten has been named to the prestigious 2015 Bob Cousy Award-Candidates List.  The current candidate list contains four (4) players from the Big 12 Conference (Bolded Below):


2015 Bob Cousy Award Candidates

Player Name and School Name

Olivier Hanlan Boston College

Quinn Cook Duke University

Tyus Jones Duke University

D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera Georgetown University

Kevin Pangos Gonzaga University

Siyani Chambers Harvard University

Yogi Ferrell Indiana University

Monte Morris Iowa State University

Kenneth Smith Louisiana Tech University

Cameron Payne Murray State University

Chasson Randle Stanford University

Will Cummings Temple University

Alex Caruso Texas A&M University

T.J. McConnell University of Arizona

Ryan Boatright University of Connecticut

Kasey Hill University of Florida

Andrew Harrison University of Kentucky

Tyler Ulis University Kentucky

Terry Rozier University of Louisville

Romelo Trimble University of Maryland

Angel Rodriguez University of Miami

Derrick Walton Jr. University of Michigan

Jarvis Summers University of Mississippi

Marcus Paige University of North Carolina

Pierria Henry University of North Carolina (Charlotte)

Jordan Woodward University of Oklahoma

EC Matthews University of Rhode Island

Isaiah Taylor University of Texas

Julius Brown University of Toledo

Delon Wright University of Utah

London Perrantes University of Virginia

Keifer Sykes University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Ryan Arcidiacono Villanova University

Briante Weber Virginia Commonwealth University

Juwan Staten West Virginia University

Fred VanVleet Wichita State University

The Bob Cousy Award is given to the top collegiate male basketball point guard annually, spanning across all divisions within the game by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The selection criteria emphasizes leadership, team work, success, and fundamentals as being critical parts for the game of basketball as a point guard. Nominations are solicited from across the country from head coaches, and the winner is selected by a Blue Ribbon Selection Committee made up of the biggest names in college basketball according to




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