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Philip Scrubb named outstanding player in CIS men's basketball

Carleton Ravens Philip Scrubb drives past Trinity Western Spartans Tristan Smith in CIS Final 8 men's basketball championship action in Halifax, March 13, 2011.

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Philip Scrubb, a second-year guard from Carleton University, was named the most outstanding player in Canadian Interuniversity Sport men's basketball Thursday night.

The 19-year-old from Richmond, B.C., became the fourth Raven in seven years to claim the Mike Moser Memorial Trophy. He follows back-to-back recipient Osvaldo Jeanty (2006, 2007), national-team member Aaron Doornekamp (2008) and current teammate Tyson Hinz (2011). Hinz was also a 19-year-old sophomore when he captured the award last season.

Scrubb is the first player in history to be named CIS rookie of the year and player of the year in consecutive campaigns.

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Ravens head coach Dave Smart, a native of Kingston, received the Stuart W. Aberdeen Memorial Trophy – presented by Coaches of Canada – for the second straight season and for a record-breaking fifth time overall. Staff

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