3 men's basketball players earn postseason honors

03.26.2014 | By Amanda L. Booren

3 men's basketball players earn postseason honors Amanda L. Booren -- March 26, 2014 PASADENA, Texas – Anthony Livingston, Carrington Ward, and Richard Benedyth have earned conference and Region XIV postseason men's basketball honors. Livingston, a 6-8 freshman guard from Washington, D.C. (Stevens Prep Academy) was a first-team All-Conference – South Zone and second-team All-Region XIV selection. He led the team in scoring and rebounding this season with a per game average of 16.9 and 9.9, respectively. His rebound mark was also 24th in the nation. Ward and Benedyth were named to the All-Conference – South Zone second team, and Ward also earned All-Region XIV honorable mention recognition. Ward was second on the team in scoring at 16.0 points per game, and led in assists with a 3.5 average. The 6-2 sophomore guard from Philadelphia, Pa. (Electrical & Technology HS / Palm Beach State College) will take his talents to the University of North Texas next season. Benedyth is the third San Jac player to average in double-digits in scoring, with a 10.4 mark. The 5-11 sophomore guard (Bronx, N.Y. / Cypress Springs HS / Northwest Florida State College) led the team from beyond the arc with a 36 percent three-point field goal average. “I'm excited for these guys for being recognized by the coaches in our conference and region,” said Head Coach Scott R. Gernander, who just completed his second season at the helm of the San Jacinto College men's basketball program. “They each played a role in the success of our season, and they deserve the recognition.” San Jacinto College finished the 2013-2014 season with a 23-8 overall record.   About San Jacinto CollegeSurrounded by monuments of history, industries and maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has been serving the citizens of East Harris County, Texas, for more than 50 years. The Achieving the Dream Leader College is committed to the goals and aspirations of a diverse population of 30,000 students in more than 200 degree and certificate options, including university transfer and career preparation. Students also benefit from the College's job training programs, renowned for meeting the needs of growing industries in the region. San Jacinto College graduates contribute nearly $630 million each year to the Texas workforce. San Jacinto College. Your Goals. Your College. For more information about San Jacinto College, please call 281-998-6150, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.