BALTIMORE, Md. - After a week of online voting and a strong push in the final 24 hours, Goucher Athletics has announced the Men's Basketball All-Decade Team. We would like to thank everyone that voted! Congratulations to the members of the 2010s Goucher College Men's Basketball All-Decade Team.
GUARDS: Kevin Miles, Dwayne Morton, Alex Noble
FORWARDS: Trae Lindsay, Chris Outing
To be eligible for the All-Decade Team, a student-athlete must have competed for at least one season between the 2010 and 2019 seasons. They also must be a graduate or still enrolled at Goucher College. In addition, only the statistics during the years of 2010 and 2019 are eligible so statistics that occur before the year 2010 or after the year 2019 do not count toward the All-Decade team vote.
We are getting close to 2,000 submissions in the first seven weeks of voting, and we look forward to seeing everyone back on Monday to start for the Women's Basketball All-Decade team vote!
Miles, a District Heights, Md., native, appeared in 82 games including 48 starts in the Blue and Gold from 2011 to 2016. He registered 931 points, 288 rebounds, 95 assists and 43 steals while averaging 11.4 points per game in his four seasons. He posted a career-best 33 points three times in his career, including in an 84-68 win against Rochester Institute of Technology on November 14, 2015 for head coach Tom Rose's first win as the Gophers head coach. He recorded his best season in his only season under Rose, posting a career-best 417 points, 129 rebounds, 54 assists and 23 steals to earn All-Landmark Conference recognition.
Morton, a Baltimore, Md., native via Waynesville, Mo., appeared in 72 games including 47 starts in the final three seasons in the decade from 2016 to 2019. During the decade, he registered 764 points, 222 rebounds, 135 assists and 71 steals while averaging 10.6 points per game. He would go on to cross the 1,000-point barrier to start the next decade in a game against Susquehanna on February 1, 2020 to become the 10th player in program history to reach the feat. Morton notched his best season of his career to end the 2010s decade after recording 360 points for a 14.4 points per game average including a then career-best 31 points against Drew on February 2, 2019.
Noble, a Clinton, Md., native, played in 92 contests including 44 starts for the Baltimore program from 2011 to 2016 on the hardwood. He registered 915 points, 379 rebounds, 125 assists and 107 steals while averaging 9.9 points per game in his four seasons. Just like Miles, Noble has a 33-point game on his resume after posting the total against Bayamon Central in San Juan, Puerto Rico on December 20, 2011. Noble, who boasts the third-best career free-throw percentage (79.5) in program history, registered his best season in a Gopher uniform in his junior campaign after posting career-best numbers of 315 points, 145 rebounds, 56 assists and 45 steals. Noble had a standout year that season at the foul line, going 99-for-115 from the charity stripe.
Lindsay, a Baltimore, Md., native, helped usher in the 2010s decade playing in 73 contests with 55 starts from 2009 to 2013. He registered 701 points, 557 rebounds, 94 assists, 93 steals and 143 blocks while averaging 9.6 points and 7.6 rebounds per game in his time in Baltimore. Lindsay holds the program record with nine blocks in a game against Moravian on January 27, 2012 to narrowly miss a triple-doubles thanks to also producing 23 points and 11 rebounds. He is used to rejections and also holds the program record for blocks in a single season (54, 2011-12) and a career (172). Lindsay averaged 12.4 points and 7.9 rebounds per game with 50 blocks, 30 steals and 18 assists.
Outing, a New Windsor, N.Y., native, appeared in 71 games including 65 starts from 2014 to 2017 for Goucher. He tallied 761 points, 467 rebounds, 98 assists, 50 steals and 82 blocks in his three seasons. He posted a couple of dominant outings with at least 15 points and 15 rebounds in league play with 24 points and 15 rebounds against Elizabethtown on February 11, 2017 and 19 points and 15 rebounds against Moravian on December 3, 2014. His saved his best season for his last, tallying 322 points, 172 rebounds, 56 assists, 21 steals and 27 blocks in 2016-17 to earn All-Landmark Conference second-team honors.
HONORABLE MENTION: We had a very close vote and would also like to honor three individuals for Men's Basketball All-Decade Honorable Mention - Tre Galloway III, Marcus Cotton, Ed Oliver
Galloway, a Silver Spring, Md., native, appeared in 87 games including 32 starts from 2013 to 2017 as a guard for the Blue and Gold. He posted 597 points, 190 rebounds, 140 assists, 78 steals and 51 blocks along with a 6.9 points per game average in his four seasons.
Cotton, a Silver Spring, Md., native, appeared in 45 games including 31 starts from 2010 to 2012 as a forward for the Gophers. Cotton recorded 475 points, 251 rebounds, 61 assists, 61 steals and 14 blocks and averaged 10.5 points and 5.8 rebounds per game in that span.
Oliver, an Adelphi, Md., native, played in 59 games including 19 starts in a Gopher uniform from 2011 to 2016 as a post player. He posted 247 points, 227 rebounds, 30 assists, 22 steals and 37 blocks in Baltimore.