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ASU trio named to College Sports Madness SBC Preseason Team

From Arkansas State University

Trey Finn, Marcus Hooten, and Brandon Peterson of the 2012-13 Arkansas State University men's basketball team continue to receive preseason honors as the three seniors were named to the 2012-13 College Sports Madness Sun Belt Preseason All-Conference Men's Basketball Team as released Wednesday (Oct. 24) by the online publication.

Finn attained second-team laurels while Hooten and Peterson received third-team kudos. College Sports Madness featured five student-athletes apiece on its first, second, third, and fourth teams for the Sun Belt Conference Preseason squads. Tony Mitchell of North Texas was tabbed as the SBC's Player of the Year while FIU's Jermone Frink garnered Freshman of the Year accolades. The SBC Preseason Coach of the Year was Middle Tennessee's Kermit Davis.

The three A-State seniors – Finn, Hooten, and Peterson were also selected to one of the three preseason 2012-13 All-Sun Belt Conference teams. Following the 2011-12 season's conclusion, Finn was recognized as a second-team All-SBC pick while Peterson earned third-team all-conference honors by College Sports Madness.

Finn (6-2, 213), a 2012 SBC All-Tournament Team member, averaged 11.6 points and 5.3 rebounds per outing in 30 games last season. Hooten (6-3, 208) produced a team-leading 12.5 per game scoring average and had 2.4 rebounds a contest in 34 appearances a season ago. Peterson (6-8, 217) led the 2011-12 Red Wolves in rebounding with a 7.9 average and in blocked shots with 33 total in 34 encounters.

College Sports Madness covers all aspects of college sports from recruiting right up through the draft. College Sports Madness counts down the preseason's top 144 men's basketball teams annually with in-depth previews, related articles, and post season tournament bracketology projections. Weekly player awards, team rankings, and updated bracketology will be featured once the men's basketball season has started.

For men's basketball, College Sports Madness announces preseason All-America teams at the major, high-major, and mid-major levels along with preseason all-conference squads on an annual basis.

The online publication publicizes the collegiate sports of men'sbasketball, football, FCS football, women's basketball, baseball, softball, men's soccer, women's soccer, lacrosse and ice hockey. For more information, visit www.collegesportsmadness.com.

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