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RICHARDSON, Texas – McMurry University’s Steven Jones repeated as a first team All-American Southwest Conference pick, leading a quintet of War Hawks to receive post-season accolades in voting by the league’s coaches.

In addition to Jones, three War Hawks were named ASC West honorable mention. The trio includes senior guards Bryce Hill and Jaden Isler, along with junior post player Dominick Walker.

Connor Robinson was selected to the ASC West All-Freshman Team.

Additionally, Isler was also the co-winner of the ASC West Division Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year award.

No members of the ASC tournament champion War Hawk team were selected to the ASC’s All-Conference Team, which is voted from among the divisional first team members.

McMurry (20-8) won the ASC tournament and an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III championships. The War Hawks begin NCAA tourney action Friday (5:30 p.m.) versus Whitworth University (Wash.) in Belton.

Jones led McMurry in scoring (17-4 p.p.g.) and rebounds (9.0 r.p.g.) this season. He shot better than 49 percent from the field and tallied in double figures in25 of the team’s 28 games. Jones was an ASC all-tournament pick, as well.

Hill ranks among the NCAA III leaders in both three-point field goal percentage (40.5) and three-pointers made per game (3.0). On the year, he was second on the War Hawks in scoring at 14.0 p.p.g. He is second on McM with 54 steals.

Isler led the ASC – and ranks eight in the nation – in assists at 5.8 helps per game. That supplements his scoring average of 13.3 p.p.g., which helped him earn the ASC tournament MVP award a week ago. Isler tops the team with 55 steals and is also among the nation’s best free throw shooters at 86.2 percent.

Walker has been a dominant force on the glass for McMurry, averaging 8.9 rebounds per game along with a 7.8 p.p.g. scoring average. Walker also shoots 53 percent from the floor.

Robinson, who missed the bulk of the ASC tournament with an ankle injury, had a stellar first season on the college court. He appeared in 26 games – averaging better than 14 minutes per game – and contributed 5.0 points and hit a team-high 70 percent (58-83) from the field. Robinson grabbed 4.2 rebounds per game, as well.