Wright State University center Loudon Love gets the basket against IUPUI during their Horizon League game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020. Wright State won 106-66. Contributed photo by E.L. Hubbard

Wright State’s Love named Horizon League Player of the Year

Wright State junior Loudon Love on Monday was named Horizon League Player of the Year.

Love, a 6-foot-9 center, averages 16.3 points and 9.7 rebounds per game for the HL-champion Raiders.

WSU’s Scott Nagy was named Co-Coach of the Year.

The Raiders’ Bill Wampler, Cole Gentry, Tanner Holden and Grant Basile also were honored by the league.

Wampler, a 6-6 forward, is a second-team selection, while Gentry, a 5-10 guard, is a third-team pick.

Holden, a 6-6 guard, and Basile, a 6-9 forward, were named to the all-freshman team.

Love was joined on the first team by Antoine Davis of Detroit, JayQuan McCloud of Green Bay, Xavier Hill-Mais of Oakland and Wayne graduate Darius Quisenberry of Cleveland State. Nagy shared coach of the year honors with Cleveland State’s Dennis Gates.

Green Bay’s Amari Davis, a Trotwood-Madison grad, is the Horizon League Freshman of the Year.

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