RICHARDSON, Texas – Three East Texas Baptist University men’s basketball players have been named to the American Southwest Conference East Division teams for their play this year in the 2016-17 season. Senior’s Jordan Quillian and Dylan Augustine and freshman Landin Brown all were named to a team.
Quillian (Senior, Humble, TX) was named to the All-ASC East Division First Team and All-Defensive Team. Quillian started in 24 games this season and averaged 13.8 points per game, and 7.8 rebounds per game. He led ETBU with 18 blocked shots and finished with 40 in his career. At ETBU, he ranks 10th all-time in blocked shots and 24th all-time in rebounds with 325. In his two seasons he helped guide ETBU to a 36-17 record.
Augustine (Senior, Hathaway, LA) was named to the All-ASC East Division Second Team and All-Defensive Team. He started all 26 games this season and was second on the team with 10.7 points per game. Making 58 three point field goals this season, he was 49-of-51 from the free throw line (96.1%). He led ETBU with 32 steals this season and finishes his career ranked in six different categories for the program. He became the 18th member of the 1,000 point club finishing with 1,156 career points (13th all-time) and is 12th all-time in career assists with 181, 7th all-time with 189 made free throws, tied for 6th all-time with 356 made field goals, 2nd all-time with 140 steals, and 1st all-time with 259 made three point field goals. He has earned an All-ASC award all four years as he was All-ASC East second-team and All-ASC tournament last year and on the All-ASC third team in 2014-15. As a freshman, he was named to the All-ASC freshman tem in 2013-14. In his career he was 73-38 and helped ETBU to the Elite 8 and ASC Championships in 2014-15.
Brown (Freshman, Houston, TX) was named to the All-ASC East Division Freshman Team. Brown started all 26 games and immediately made an impact. He led ETBU with 87 assists and he averaged 7.7 points per game and 2.6 rebounds per game. He was second on the team with 22 steals and posted a career high 16 points in the win over Huntingdon College. In eight games he scored in double figures.
ETBU finished the season 15-11 and 6-10 in the ASC East Division made the ASC Tournament for the fourth straight season.