The Michigan Tech men's basketball team had three players earn Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason honors, announced Monday by the league office.
Tommy Lucca headlined the list by being named the GLIAC Freshman of the Year along with earning a spot on the All-GLIAC Second Team.
Lucca, a guard from Genoa, Ill., is the second-leading scorer for the Huskies this season thanks to a 16.3 points per game average. In addition to his point production, Lucca leads the Huskies and is fourth in the GLIAC in assists per game at 4.4. He also hauls down 3.9 rebounds per game and produces 1.2 steals per contest on the defensive end of the floor.
Kyle Monroe, a forward from Green Bay, was named to the All-GLIAC First Team. Monroe leads the Huskies and is fifth in the GLIAC in scoring with a 19.7 points per game average going into the postseason. Monroe also paces Tech in rebounding at 7.4 boards per contest to go along with a 1.8 assists per game average. His rebounding average is currently eighth in the GLIAC statistical rankings.
Jordan Chartier, a guard from Chatham (Superior Central), was selected as an All-GLIAC Second Team member in addition to be named to the GLIAC All-Defensive Team. Chartier is having an outstanding senior season for the Huskies by averaging 13.3 points per game while sinking a team best 44.0 percent of his attempts from behind the arc. His three-point shooting percentage is 10th best in the GLIAC statistical rankings. Defensively, Chartier averages 1.1 steals per game and grabs 3.6 defensive rebounds per contest. The official GLIAC press release can be viewed by clicking here.