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Carleton Ravens Philip Scrubb drives past Trinity Western Spartans Tristan Smith in CIS Final 8 men's basketball championship action in Halifax, March 13, 2011. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press/Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press)
Carleton Ravens Philip Scrubb drives past Trinity Western Spartans Tristan Smith in CIS Final 8 men's basketball championship action in Halifax, March 13, 2011. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press/Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press)

Philip Scrubb named outstanding player in CIS men's basketball Add to ...

Philip Scrubb, a second-year guard from Carleton University, was named the most outstanding player in Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s basketball Thursday night.

The 19-year-old from Richmond, B.C., became the fourth Raven in seven years to claim the Mike Moser Memorial Trophy. He follows back-to-back recipient Osvaldo Jeanty (2006, 2007), national-team member Aaron Doornekamp (2008) and current teammate Tyson Hinz (2011). Hinz was also a 19-year-old sophomore when he captured the award last season.

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Scrubb is the first player in history to be named CIS rookie of the year and player of the year in consecutive campaigns.

Ravens head coach Dave Smart, a native of Kingston, received the Stuart W. Aberdeen Memorial Trophy – presented by Coaches of Canada – for the second straight season and for a record-breaking fifth time overall. Staff

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