Hamline News

Pipers land four on all-conference lists

Junior Carl Hipp (Little Canada, Minn.) led the charge for the Pipers, earning both All-MIAC and All-Defensive Team honors. The center led the Pipers in overall scoring with 17.7 ppg, 16.9 ppg in MIAC play.

Hipp averaged 9.4 rebounds per game and tallied 69 blocked shots this season. He also had 18 steals.

Ray Brown (Sr., Saint Paul, Minn.) joins Hipp as an All-MIAC honoree, averaging 17.2 ppg overall and 18.6 ppg in conference play. He averaged 7.3 rebounds per game this season and blocked 24 shots. He also had 31 steals and 52 assists.

First-years Jordan Schmidt (Northbrook, Ill.) and Noah Aguirre (Fillmore, Calif.)were two of the five players in the MIAC named to the All-First-Year Team.

They were third and fourth on the team in scoring, respectively. Schmidt averaged 7.6 ppg overall and 6.9 ppg in MIAC play. He led the Pipers in assists with 70 total.

Aguirre averaged 7.3 ppg overall and 6.9 in MIAC play. He averaged 3.2 rebounds per game and had 43 assists.

As part of a conference-wide sportsmanship initiative, the MIAC announced the fourth annual All-MIAC Sportsmanship team for men's basketball. Members of the All-MIAC Sportsmanship team are selected by their coaches and teammates as individuals who demonstrate ideals of positive sportsmanship both on and off the field of competition.

Dan Andersen (Sr., Minneapolis, Minn.) received the sportsmanship award for Hamline.

To see the complete All-Conference lists, click here.