On Tuesday afternoon it was announced by the Northeast Conference (NEC) that Jordan Minor had earned all-conference second team honor for his play during 2021-22 season.
The Kingston, Mass native averaged 15.1 points per game during the season, which was good enough for eighth in the conference. Minor scored 20+ points eight different occasions, including a career-high 28 points against Central Connecticut State University back in early February.
The junior forward ranked first in the NEC in double-doubles with 13, which was good enough to put him in the top 20 nationally in the category. He also averaged just over three offensive rebounds per game, which ranked him first in the conference and currently puts him in the top 25 nationally. Minor was also extremely efficient from the floor, scoring 182 times on 346 attempts, good enough for .526 which ranked him eighth overall in the conference.
On the defensive side of the ball, Minor was widely known as a defensive presence in the paint this season. He ranked first in the conference with 73 blocks, which put him at an average of 2.37 per game. His 73 blocks put him right outside the top 15 nationally. He ranked first on the conference in total rebounds with 247 boards on the season and third in rebounds per game with 8.2 on the season. Minor also came in ninth in steals per game with 1.47 swipes during the season.