Sports Information Director
CHICAGO, Ill. – Holy Cross College's Brandon Evans and Drew Moore were recognized by the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) this weekend, as the league released its 2013-2014 postseason awards following the CCAC Tournament championship. Evans efforts during his senior season garnered him Second Team All-CCAC recognition while Moore was named All-CCAC Honorable Mention in his first season with the Saints.
Evans wrapped up his senior season appearing in all 31 games while making 22 starts. He finished second on the team in scoring at 12.1 points per game and third in rebounding at 6.2 rebounds per game. Evans will close out his two-year career with the Saints having amassed 777 career points, fourth all-time, and 415 career rebounds, fourth all-time. Evans also grabbed two double-doubles on the year, finishing second on the team in the category.
Moore concluded his first season with the Saints appearing in all 31 games while making 29 starts. He finished the year first on the team in scoring at 14.1 points per game while totaling 436 points, the second most all-time in a single-season. Moore provided a reliable shot from outside the arc over the course of the season making 81-of-212 (38.7%) attempts. The 81 made three-pointers are the most in a single-season in Saints men's basketball history.
- The Saints won a program-best 20 games during the 2013-2014 season and finished 20-11 overall, second in the CCAC South Division.
- The team also defeated a ranked opponent for the first time in school history (No. 16 Grace, Nov. 15) and NCAA Division II opponent Saint Joseph's College (Ind.) (Dec. 21).