Named South East Australian League POW
Henifin, Mitchell, Thorpe, Davis and Fisher also take honors
Viking coach responds to questions by SeaTown Sports
Henifin played key role for national champion Vikings
Family, friends and officials welcome WWU men's basketball team
WWU 72, Montevallo 65 - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
COLLEGE: West Regional all-tournament pick as senior in 2011-12 ... Great Western Shootout all-tourney and Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Week ... Chuck Randall Coaches award winner ... Started all 36 games ... Averaged 10.6 points and 5.8 rebounds ... Scored double-figure points in 22 games ... Grabbed career-high 12 rebounds in national semifinal win over Stonehill MA on 3/22/12 and had season-high 23 points vs. Western Oregon on 1/7/12 ... Played in 26 games, playing all five positions, as junior in 2010-11, making 25 starts ... Scored career-high 26 points, hitting 10-of-17 field goals and 5-of-11 threes at Alaska Anchorage on 2/10/11 ... Had 21 points, making 8-of-12 from floor, and 9 rebounds vs. Saint Martin's on 2/5/11, hitting shot to force overtime and go-ahead three-pointer in extra period ... Scored double figures in 12 games ... One letter ... Redshirt in 2009-10 ... Briefly attended Cal Baptist previous year, leaving NAIA school before first semester was over ... Started and lettered two years at Whatcom CC ... Team MVP and captain as sophomore, helping Orcas to 23-9 record, second-place in NWAACC North Division (12-4) and fifth place at NWAACC Tournament, earning tourney all-star honors ... Averaged 12.4 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.3 blocked shots ... Also team MVP as freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Northwest League and Bellingham Herald all-County pick as senior at Bellingham High School ... Averaged 18.0 points and 10.0 rebounds, helping Raiders to district playoffs ... Blocked nine shots in one game ... Also first-team all-league as junior and played on squad that shared league title and placed fifth at Class 3A state tournament as sophomore ... Started and lettered three years ... Also earned one letter in football.
PERSONAL: Major is communications.
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