Congrats to Nittany Lion junior forward Lamar Stevens (➡️ @LamarStevens8) for earning First-Team All-Big Ten honors! ⚪ #ClimbWithUs Details: https://t.co/X23gFgrvKS pic.twitter.com/WXwOtg3LIk— Penn State Men’s Basketball (@PennStateMBB) March 11, 2019
Another Nittany Lions who earned some honors was Lamar Stevens, who was named to the first team All-Big Ten by the coaches, and second team All-Big Ten by the media. Stevens is the first player to be selected to the all-conference team since Brandon Taylor made third team All Big-Ten in 2016.
Stevens has recorded 20 points or more in nine of the last 13 games, and has moved into the top five in scoring at 1,636 career points. He’s the the second true junior in Penn State history to reach 1,500 points.
Read more about Lamar’s accomplishments on the Penn State Sports site.
Congratulations to Lamar!
Let’s close with the wise words of Stephen Bardo on the Penn State forward:
"Who wants a piece of Lamar Stevens and Penn State right now?"@tsnmike is fully aware of what @LamarStevens and @PennStateMBB can do in the #B1GTourney. pic.twitter.com/OIfJi076ma— Penn State On BTN (@PennStateOnBTN) March 4, 2019