PORTSMOUTH – Trevor Banks (SR, Fort Pierce, Fla.) has been named a second-team All-Mid-South Conference selection as announced by conference officials. The honor is the first in the senior's career after he shattered his career bests in nearly every offensive category this year for the Shawnee State men's basketball team.
Banks played in 26 games this season, making 25 starts. He more than doubled his scoring totals from any of his previous years by averaging a team-high 15.5 points per game this season. Banks also led the team in field goals made (144), 3-pointers made (54), free throw percentage (83.8%). and steals (41). He also ranked second on the team in rebounding (5.6 rpg) and third in assists (52). He scored in double figures in all but four games, including seven games of 20-plus points.
His 15.5 points per game was the fifth-most in the Mid-South Conference this season. He also ranked fourth in the conference as he averaged just over two 3-pointers per game this season. Banks also ranked in the top 10 in the conference in field goal percentage, 3-point field goal percentage and steals.
As a two-year starter, Banks played in 111 games over his four years, making 44 starts. He finished his career with 798 career points, 404 of which came during his senior season. That point total ranks him 27th all-time in program history. He graduates with the eighth-most steals in program history (121), while ranking 11th in career games played and 12th in career assists (185).
Men's basketball finished the 2013-14 season with a 9-20 overall record, including a 3-15 mark in the Mid-South Conference.