Seward’s Biggs Makes School History

KSCB News - May 4, 2012 7:08 am

Deverell Biggs is going to run out of wall space.
Wednesday, the sophomore guard who had already collected numerous awards
for his spectacular 2011-2012 basketball season, was named a NABC
All-American, making him the first Saint in school history to receive
the award. The University of Nebraska bound and Omaha, Nebraska native
was named the Jayhawk West and Region VI MVP this season as well as
being named the Region VI Tournament MVP and a 1st Team NJCAA
All-American. He put up 14.6 points per game for the Jayhawk West
Champions and also led the team with 119 steals and 112 assists to lead
the Saints to 3rd place at the NJCAA National Tournament. When asked
about the award, Biggs was nearly speechless, finally getting out "I was
just blessed with great teammates and coaches this season, I couldn’t
have done it without them" he said. Biggs and the Saints finished the
season 31-7 and made school history, becoming the first team in school
history to repeat as Jayhawk West Champions this season.

Roy Allen

 

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