Burridge, Stockwell Add One More to the Mantle
Oswego State men's basketball player Chad Burridge '12 and head coach Adam Stockwell have earned the 2010-11 Basketball Coaches Association of New York (BCANY) Men's Division III Player and Coach of the Year awards. They will be presented with the awards during the 30th Annual BCANY Fall Clinic at West Point Sept. 23-24.
The award adds to Burridge's collection from the 2010-11 season, as he was also named National Association of Basketball Coaches East District Player of the Year and SUNYAC Player of the Year after helping the Lakers make their first NCAA Tournament appearance en route to posting a 24-5 overall record.
During his career, Burridge has amassed 1,361 points (ninth in program history), 661 rebounds (eighth), and ranks second in blocks at 189.
Stockwell also received numerous accolades this year, including National Association of Basketball Coaches East District Coach of the Year and SUNYAC Coach of the Year, after guiding the Lakers to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in the 88-year history.
The Basketball Coaches Association of New York, Inc. is an organization founded in 1983 and consists of basketball coaches of all scholastic and collegiate levels throughout New York State.
— Adele Burk
Chad Burridge '12, left, and Coach Adam Stockwell
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