#WNSTSweet16 list highlights Baltimore’s best ever college hoopsters

March 04, 2014 | Drew Forrester

#WNSTSweet16 list highlights Baltimore’s best ever college hoopsters

#5 – Devin Boyd, Towson

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The list of accomplishments for Devin Boyd just goes on and on and on.  He was a huge part of the two Towson teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament in 1990-91 and remains one of the best offensive player in school history.

Taken straight from the Towson basketball media guide, here’s a quick snapshot of his career at Towson –

Scored exactly 2,000 points as a Tiger in his college career…four-year starter in the Tiger backcourt…East Coast Conference Player of the Year in 1991…ECC Rookie of the Year as a freshman in 1989…named first team All-ECC in 1991…named first team All-Big South Conference in 1993…named to all-tournament teams at 1990 and 1991 ECC Championships,helping Tigers win back-to-back titles…finished career as Tigers’ all-time leader with 438 assists…scored 46 points in win at UMBC in 1993, second highest scoring total in school history…team captain three years…MVP of 1990 Baltimore Beltway Classic…honorable mention All-American as a senior…a member of Towson’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

(Please see next page for #4 on the list)

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  1. Eric Says:

    Great list. I would offer a few other names for an honorable mention list: Roger Dickens (TSU), Pat McKinley (TSU), Brian Matthews (TSU), Ronald Smith (U of B), Tony Carter (Coppin St), Yarborough Roberts (Morgan St), and Teddy Jones (U of B).

  2. Chris Oswald Says:

    Excellent List and research, Drew. Struck a chord of many memories of greatness. My only honorable mention would be, Maurice “Mo” Cannon (Loyola College).

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