Midwestern State's Chris Hagan garnered Lone Star Conference South Division Player of the Year honors Tuesday night when the league announced its annual honors.
The 5-9 guard finished as the LSC's regular season scoring champion at 21.7 points per game, which ranks 11th in NCAA Division II, and enjoyed a banner senior season.
Hagan set a school record and became the first conference player to tally 50 points earlier this season at Cameron, breaking a 48-year-old school record. He also scored 30-or-more points twice more against Angelo State and another time versus Eastern New Mexico.
The Sporting News Preseason All-American became just the eighth two-year player in the storied history of MSU basketball to net 1,000 career points and currently stands fourth among the proud group with 1,067 points trailing All-Americans Tony Forch (1,391), Henry Crawford (1,320) and Nolan Richardson (1,103).
Hagan garnered second-team All-LSC South honors in 2010 after helping the Mustangs to their third-straight league title on the way to the program's first trip to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight.
He was joined on the first team by West Texas A&M's LaDarius Hall, Angelo State's Richard Thomas, Tarleton State's Corin Henry and Eastern New Mexico's Stefan Mirabal.
Backcourt mate Michael Loyd joined Tracy Robinson and Shawn Umeh of Incarnate Word, WT's Lionel Foster and Texas A&M-Kingsville's Antwan Mullins on the LSC South Second Team.
Loyd ranks 15th in the LSC in scoring at 12.7 points a game and ripped the nets at 41.1-percent clip from 3-point range this season for the Mustangs.
The 6-1 guard transfer from BYU has 20-or-more points four times this season including a season-high 25 points with five treys against Incarnate Word earlier this month at D.L. Ligon Coliseum.
MSU junior forward David Terrell gained honorable mention after scoring 8.3 points and pulling in 5.6 rebounds a game. The Houston native leads the LSC in field goal percentage at .630.
The Mustangs begin their second defense of the LSC Championship Thursday night against Texas A&M-Commerce. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m.
Midwestern has claimed three of the last four conference titles.