Welcome Back Hyphenated-Scholars

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Tony Bennett led his Underrated-Hyphenated-Phoenix to the NCAA Tournament in 1991; they lost by just two to a non-hyphen school.

Tony was The Conference Player of the Year – twice.  As a senior he won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award and was named the 1992 GTE Academic All-American Team. He finished his hyphenated career as the all-time leader in points (2,285) and assists (601). He ranks first in NCAA history for career three-point field goal accuracy (49.7%); his three-point accuracy peaked at 53.3% in 1990–91.

Class Act | Class of ’92

One Comment to “Welcome Back Hyphenated-Scholars”

  1. thecommvoice says:

    This is how Winners lose! Well Done, Tony.

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