SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MEN'S BASKETBALL


Maurice Manning
NJCAA National Player of the Year 2004
Coach Rich Wrase
NJCAA National Coach of the Year 2004




NJCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION
2003-2004 COACH/PLAYER OF THE YEAR SELECTIONS
Division I
Coach of the Year - Joe O'Brien
Player of the Year - Kelvin Pena
Southeastern Community College (Iowa)
Division II
Coach of the Year - Mark Anderson
Cuyahoga Community College (Ohio)
Player of the Year - Jay Youngblood
Mott Community College (Mich.)
Division III
Coach of the Year - Richard Wrase
Player of the Year - Maurice Manning
Suffolk County Community  College-Selden, New York




Division III

Richard Wrase
Suffolk County Community College-Selden (N.Y.)

Wrase led the Clippers to a 34-0 record and the program's second-consecutive national championship.
A back-to-back national and regional tournament coach of the year,
he has compiled a 88-7 record over three seasons
and coached the team to a current 52-game win streak.

Maurice Manning
Suffolk County Community College-Selden (N.Y.)

Manning, a 6-2 sophomore guard, averaged 23.5 points, 6.4 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game this season.
During his tenure at Suffolk-Selden the team has posted an 60-1 overall record,
including a current 52-game win streak (dating back to Jan. 18, 2003).
Manning has scored a career 1,286 points, averaging 17.3 over 74 games.
His career rebound average is 7.0 and his career assist average is 5.8.
Along with holding several school records, Manning is the second all-time leading scorer at Suffolk .
He holds the record for points in a season (797, 2003-2004),
field goals in a season (302, 2003-2004),
three-point field goals in a season (93, 2003-2004)
and three-point field goals in a career (141).
A two-year captain at Suffolk, Manning has accepted a full scholarship to
NCAA Division II Kentucky Wesleyan.


Maurice Manning
NJCAA Region XV Player of the Year 2004

REPORTED BY TOM ROCK
NEWSDAY STAFF WRITER
February 27, 2004
 
Suffolk-Selden's Maurice Manning,
who averaged 23.8 points this season,
was named the MVP of Region XV.












Marcele Street was named to the
All Region XV Second Team.









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