YSU’s Perry named All-Horizon League

Youngstown State senior Kendrick Perry has been named All-Horizon League First-Team for the third consecutive season in a vote of the head coaches, sports information directors and media, the league announced on Monday (March 3).

Perry is just the 13th player in Horizon League history to earn first-team laurels in three straight seasons.

For the second time in three years, Perry led the Horizon League in overall scoring with 20.9 points per game. He scored at least 30 points times this season, including a career-high 35 against Milwaukee on Feb. 20.

He scored a league-best 647 points, which ranks sixth on the YSU single-season list and scored in double figures in all 31 games. His 60 3-pointers made are a career high and rank eighth on the school’s single-season chart. He is also just the seventh player in school history to make 60 3-pointers in a season.

Perry also ranked second in the league with 2.4 steals per game and a 2.4 assist-to-turnover ratio, tied for fourth with 4.3 assists per game, and ninth with a .505 field-goal percentage.

Perry, who is the Horizon League and Youngstown State all-time steals leader with 245, was also named to the Horizon League All-Defensive Team. Perry broke his own Youngstown State single-season steals record with 75 this year. Perry set the old record of 74 in 2011-12.

It marks Perry’s second straight appearance on the All-Defensive Team.

Perry is Youngstown State’s Division I scoring leader with 1,956 career points and ranks third on the all-time scoring list. Perry also ranks 12th on the Horizon League all-time scoring list.

2013-14 All-Horizon League Yearly Awards

Player of the Year

Keifer Sykes, Green Bay


Freshman of the Year

Kahlil Felder, Oakland


Defensive Player of the Year

Alec Brown, Green Bay


Sixth Man of the Year

Jon Harris, Cleveland State


Coach of the Year

Brian Wardle, Green Bay


All-League First-Team

Keifer Sykes, Green Bay

Kendrick Perry, Youngstown State

Alec Brown, Green Bay

Travis Bader, Oakland

LaVonte Dority, Valparaiso


All-League Second-Team

Bryn Forbes, Cleveland State

Juwan Howard, Jr., Detroit

Corey Petros, Oakland

AJ Pacher, Wright State

Jordan Aaron, Milwaukee


All-Freshman Team

Kahlil Felder, Oakland

Alec Peters, Valparaiso

Lexus Williams, Valparaiso

Jarod Williams, Detroit

Pat Birt, UIC


All-Defensive Team

Alec Brown, Green Bay

Jordan Fouse, Green Bay

Duke Mondy, Oakland

Kendrick Perry, Youngstown State

Matt Vest, Wright State


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