CHICKASHA – The Sooner Athletic Conference honored USAO athletes Jahseth Lloyd and Shavon Scott with post-season recognition, the conference released Monday.
Lloyd, a senior forward from Brooklyn, N.Y., was named All-Conference Second Team while teammate and fellow senior Scott earned All-Conference Honorable Mention honors. Scott is a guard from Milwaukee, Wis.
“Both Shavon and Jahseth have worked extremely hard this year, and they deserve to be honored,” Head Coach Vinson Metcalf said. “I’m so proud of both of them for being leaders and working hard for me every day.”
The players will be honored with their awards before their first SAC Tournament game at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Oklahoma Baptist.
The SAC released All-Conference honors each season before the conference tournament begins. Conference coaches vote on potential recipients.
Busting out this season, Lloyd averages 19.5 points per game, scoring in single figures just two game this season. In all, he’s scored 371 points for the Drovers this year.
Additionally, Lloyd leads the team in rebounds with 151 and blocks with 31 on the season. On the season, he sinks nearly 60 percent of his shots, which also tops the team.
He’s notched six double doubles in the 2013-14 campaign.
He scored a career-high 30 points in a February game against Northwood. The performance in that game led him to be named both a SAC and NAIA Player of the Week.
Lloyd is fifth in the SAC in total blocks.
In his two seasons at USAO, he’s scored 582 points and collected 336 rebounds. Additionally, he claims 63 total blocks.
This is Lloyd’s first All-Conference honor. He is a physical education senior and the son of Cynthia Vaughn.
In his senior year, Scott proved to be a powerful force on the Drovers’ team.
He is the only player to start in every game of the season and comes in second on the team in total points with 389. He averages 14.4 points per game, sinking nearly 40 percent of his shots from beyond the arc and 45 percent from the field.
Additionally, he is fourth in the NAIA and leads the conference in free throw percentage, sinking more than 87 percent of his attempts from the charity stripe. He’s eighth in the SAC in three-point percentage as well.
He leads the team in steals with 33 this season. Furthermore, Scott claims 138 rebounds and 38 assists on the season.
His two double doubles the season were both against Southwestern Christian, the team the Drovers’ open the postseason against.
In his two seasons at USAO, Scott has scored 602 points and collected 252 rebounds with 94 assists and 67 steals.
This is Scott’s first athletic All-Conference honor. Last season, he was named Academic All-Conference.
Scott is a physical education senior and the son of Christy Scott.