Bowie State’s Cameron Knox is the second leading scorer in the CIAA, averaging 17.7 points per game this season. The Baltimore native has been recently named 2015 CIAA Player of The Year, and to top that off the Bulldogs can clinch the CIAA Northern Division title with a win over Elizabeth City State.

Below is a release from the CIAA:

Cameron-KnoxHampton, V.A. — The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s and Women’s Basketball Coaches and Sports Information Directors have selected the 2015 slate of All-Conference honorees. This season’s line-up features Men’s Player of the Year, Cameron Knox of Bowie State University and Verdine Warner of Shaw University as Women’s Player of the Year.

Knox, a senior forward from Baltimore, Maryland, is a three-time CIAA Player of the Week and leads the conference in points scored (461). He ranks in the top 5 in field goals made, three pointers made, steals and points per game. He has only one disqualification in the 26 games he started.

Warner, a native of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, West Indies, is second in the conference in scoring average, first in total points, first in rebounds per game, third in field goal percentage and tied for second in blocked shots per game. She averaged 27.5 points per 40 minutes in the 27 games she’s played.

Knox and Warner are joined by Tyrece Little (Virginia State) and Deja Middleton (Fayetteville State) as Defensive Players of the Year. All four honorees and their fellow All-Conference selectees will be formally recognized at the Men’s and Women’s Tip-Off Awards Luncheon scheduled for Monday, February 23 in Charlotte.

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2014 All-CIAA Men’s Basketball Team


#22 WyKevin Bazemore Winston-Salem St.Senior F Kelford, NC
#3 Hakeem Jackson Livingstone Senior F/C Live Oak, FL
#20 Darrell Ward Elizabeth City St.Senior F White Plains, NY
#23 Stedmon Lemon Johnson C. Smith Junior F Lithonia, GA
#34 Eric Mayo Livingstone Senior F Shelby, NC
#1 Tyrece Little Virginia St. Senior F Greenville, NC
#5 Donta Harper Winston-Salem St. Senior F Greenville, NC’s

#4 Cameron Knox Bowie St. Senior G Baltimore, MD
#4 Eric Dubose Livingstone Junior G Brooklyn, NY
#3 Raheem Jolliffe St. Augustine’s Senior G Fayetteville, NC
#3 Lamar Kearse Virginia St.Senior G Syracuse, NY
#4 Kyree Bethe lChowan Senior G Fayetteville, NC

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Cameron Knox, Bowie State University
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tyrece Little, Virginia State University

2014 All-CIAA Women’s Basketball Team

41 Verdine Warner Shaw Senior C St. Vincent and the Grenadines, WN
23 Tiffanie Adair Virginia St. Senior F Spartanburg, SC
32 Zephrah Pam Lincoln (Pa.) Senior C Syracuse, NY
21 Deja Middleton Fayetteville St. Senior C Richmond, VA
11 Alisha Mobley Chowan Junior F Winchester, VA
14 Dionna Scott Winston-Salem St. Senior F South Riding, VA
21 Donia Naylor Bowie St. Senior F Washington, DC


4 Jadda Jefferies Elizabeth City St. Senior G Burlington, NC
4 Ashle Freeman Virginia Union Senior G Richmond, VA
00 Dashae Jones Virginia St. Senior G Norfolk, VA
3 Ty-Nita Baker Bowie St. Junior G Houston, MS
23 Cierra York Livingstone Senior G Winston-Salem, NC

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Verdine Warner, Shaw University
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Deja Middleton, Fayetteville State University