Hannaway named preseason All-RMAC
Patrick Hannaway of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team was selected to the preseason All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference first team, the conference announced Wednesday.
The RMAC also announced the 2006-07 preseason poll. The Mountain Lions, who are coming off a 5-22 season, were chosen the finish last in the East Division.
Nebraska-Kearney received all 13 possible first-place votes (coaches can't vote for their own teams) to win the East Division. Metro State, which will be led by new coach Brannon Hayes, was chosen second and Colorado School of Mines was third.
In the West Division, Fort Lewis was voted into the top spot, garnering 12 of the first-place votes. Mesa State was chosen second and Adams State was third.
The announcements were made during the RMAC's preseason basketball media day, which was held at the Silverwood Hotel
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