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Local Basketball Players Named To NABC Honors Court

The NABC Honors Court is an annual academic award that recognizes junior and senior college basketball players who have completed at least one full year at their school with a GPA of 3.2 or higher. This year, the Colorado Buffaloes and Air Force Falcons had players who were recognized, while the Denver Pioneers capped off their most winning season ever with five players being named to Honors Court.

Todd Fletcher, a guard with Air Force, was the lone Falcons player named to the Honors Court, with a GPA of 3.23. Three players from Colorado were named: Sabatino Chen, Shane Harris-Tunks and Trey Eckloff.

The Pioneers named to the Honors Court by the National Association of Basketball coaches were seniors Justin Coughlin, Travis Hallam, Brian Stafford and Tyler Thalken, along with junior Chase Hallam.

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