#WNSTSweet16 list highlights Baltimore’s best ever college hoopsters

March 04, 2014 | Drew Forrester

#5 – Devin Boyd, Towson


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)