With the college basketball regular season over, the Pac-12 released their end of the year awards on Monday and two familiar names made their list. Josh Hawkinson was named 2nd team All-Pac-12 while Malachi Flynn was named All-Freshman Honorable Mention.
Josh Hawkinson, a Senior, started all 30 games for the Cougars this season and finished the regular season leading the team in points per game, blocks, rebounds, and field goal percentage. For the third straight year he has averaged a double-double with 10.1 rebounds per game and 15.6 points per game. He also led the conference in rebounds with 303 and was second in the conference in free throw percentage with .836% This is the third straight post season Pac-12 award for Hawkinson.
Freshman Malachi Flynn was named as an honorable mention for the All-Freshman team as well. After averaging 10.1 points, 3 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game and clocking the third most minutes on the team, Flynn has put a small hope in the Washington State basketball program. Making 58, 3-pointers, Flynn found himself ranked 14th in the conference. He joins California Guard Charlie Moore as the only HM behind Washington's Markelle Fultz, UCLA's Lonzo Ball, and Arizona's Rawle Alkins.
The Cougars finished the regular season with a 13-17 record and will take on Colorado on Wednesday, March 8th in the first round of the Pac-12 conference tournament.
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