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Sports - March 26, 2010

Sports Shorts

HOOP HONOR . . . Menlo School grad Blake Schultz finished his illustrious basketball career at Williams College (Williamstown, MA) being named All-American first team earlier this week. The senior co-captain scored 615 points this season in helping the Ephs (30-2) reach the NCAA Division III championship game, where they lost to Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 78-73. Schultz was 19 points shy of matching the school single-season scoring record. He graduates as the fourth leading scorer at Williams with 1,528 points, and the eighth-leading rebounder at 545. Schultz, previously honored as the NESCAC and ECAC-North New England Player of the Year, First Team All-NESCAC and First Team All- ECAC, earns his second All-America honor. He was recently named an NABC First Team honoree. He is a finalist for the NABC Player of the Year. Schultz would have led the nation in 3-point field goal percentage at 52 percent had he qualified. Williams led the nation as a team with 46.1 percent. Schultz was 77-of-148 from long range, three made 3s from qualifying. He shot 52.6 percent overall.

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