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2013-2014 Men's Basketball Awards

2013-2014 Men's Basketball GSAC Champion

2013-2014 Men's Basketball All-GSAC Team
Athlete School Year Hometown
Derek Dickerson San Diego Christian Sr. Bellingham, Wash.
Chris Gorman Vanguard Jr. Oceanside, Calif.
Jeremy Kilgore Hope International Sr. Corona, Calif.
Dominique Lanier The Master's Jr. Lakewood, Calif.
C.J. Miller Westmont Sr. La Verne, Calif.
Andre Murillo Biola Sr. Lake Forest, Calif.
Garrett Neilan Hope International So. Downey, Calif.
Donnell Phifer Concordia Sr. Los Angeles, Calif.
Talib Uqdah Arizona Christian Sr. Detroit, Mich.
Preston Wynne Vanguard Sr. Wellpinit, Wash.

2013-2014 Men's Basketball GSAC Annual Awards
Award Name School
GSAC Player of the Year Preston Wynne Vanguard
GSAC Coach of the Year Rhett Soliday Vanguard

2013-2014 Men's Basketball GSAC Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School Year Major
Korey Anderson The Master's Jr. Business Administration
Swing Chuang Vanguard Sr. Business
Derek Dickerson San Diego Christian Sr. Communications
Ryan Ebel Hope International Sr. Business Management
Marcus Farrand Westmont Sr. Biology
Jordan Gipson Hope International Sr. Business Management
Andre Murillo Biola Sr. Biblical and Theological Studies
Kirk Sheplay Vanguard GS Religion
Daniel Soto Hope International Jr. Social Science
Tommy Stangl Concordia Sr. Business Administration
Cody Wittick Biola Sr. Communication Studies
Greg Womack Arizona Christian Sr. Christian Ministries
Preston Wynne Vanguard Jr. Psychology

2013-2014 Men's Basketball NAIA Team National Champions
School Award
Vanguard NAIA Division I National Champions

2013-2014 Men's Basketball Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School
Korey Anderson The Master's
Swing Chuang Vanguard
Derek Dickerson San Diego Christian
Ryan Ebel Hope International
Marcus Farrand Westmont
Jordan Gipson Hope International
Andre Murillo Biola
Kirk Sheplay Vanguard
Daniel Soto Hope International
Tommy Stangl Concordia
Cody Wittick Biola
Greg Womack Arizona Christian
Preston Wynne Vanguard


  • January 6, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • C.J. Miller - Westmont
      • Sophomore - 6-7 - Forward - La Verne, Calif.
      • C.J. Miller scored 43 points (21.5 ppg), grabbed 18 rebounds (9.0 rpg), dished out four assists, and had 3 steals and a block as the Warriors won both of their games in Westmont's Tom Byron Classic. For the week, the senior forward was 17-for-31 (.548) from the field, including 3-for-7 from 3-point range, and 6-for-9 at the line (.667). Miller surpassed 1100 career points (1101) in his 70th career start in the championship game against Saskatchewan (13-2). Miller's sharpshooting down the stretch (3-of-3 from three) was integral in securing the crown, and he was named MVP of the tournament. C.J.'s father, Mark Miller, played for Westmont in the very first year of the Tom Byron Classic along with Westmont head coach John Moore.
  • January 13, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Andre Murillo - Biola
      • Senior - 6-7 - Forward - Lake Forest, Calif.
      • Andre Murillo set a new season-high with 27 points while shooting 12-for-16 (.750) from the field in Biola's victory over West Coast Baptist. The senior forward also notched 15 rebounds, his ninth double-digit output of the season, and six assists. It was also his ninth double-double of the year as he has only scored fewer than 10 points once in 16 games.
  • January 20, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Garrett Neilan - Hope International
      • Sophomore - 6-5 - Guard - Downey, Calif.
      • Garrett Neilan scored 36 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and dished out five assists as Hope International started conference play with two wins. For the week, he shot 12-for-21 (.571) from the field and 11-for-15 (.733) at the line. The sophomore guard recorded 15 points, five rebounds and four assists against The Master's. In the upset of No. 10 Concordia, Neilan converted 5-7 of shots from the field in the first half to help the Royals mount a comeback from an early game deficit and finished the game with 21 points and eight rebounds.
  • January 27, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Chris Gorman - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-11 - Guard - Oceanside, Calif.
      • Chris Gorman scored 45 points, and had six assists, five rebounds, and five steals as No. 23-ranked Vanguard won both of its conference games on the road last week. For the week, he shot 14-for-30 (.467) from the field, including 4-for-10 from 3-point range, and 9-for-10 at the line. He scored 14 points in the win at Westmont. The junior guard hit a pair of clutch free throws with eight seconds left, as Vanguard upset No. 13 Arizona Christian, 76-75. He scored 31 points (in 29 minutes) and hit four from behind the arc in the upset as the Lions move to 17-2 on the year and remain the only undefeated school in GSAC play at 4-0. Vanguard currently has a 12-game winning streak.
  • February 3, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Preston Wynne - Vanguard
      • Senior - 6-1 - Guard - Wellpinit, Wash.
      • Preston Wynne recorded 55 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals as No. 12 Vanguard, deafeated two Top-25 ranked teams in conference play last week. The senior guard notched 30 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals as Vanguard upset No. 8 Concordia 94-79. He then posted 25 in the Lions' 72-69 overtime victory against No. 23 Hope International. Wynne went 17-for-18 (.944) from the charity stripe on the week, while nailing six 3-pointers. Vanguard has won 14-straight games and sits atop the GSAC with an undefeated 6-0 conference record. Wynne is the Pride's leading scorer, averaging 18 points per game.
  • February 10, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Talib Uqdah - Arizona Christian
      • Senior - 5-1 - Guard - Detroit, Mich.
      • Talib Uqdah recorded over 30 points in each game as Arizona Christian won both of its GSAC contests last week. In the win against No. 18-ranked Biola, the senior guard scored 35 points. In the win over The Master's College, he had 33 points, four steals and three assists. For the week, Uqdah shot 18-for-29 (.621) from the field, including 12-for-21 (.571) from 3-point range, and a perfect 20-for-20 at the free throw line. He now holds the single-season record for most threes made at Arizona Christian University at 89.
  • February 17, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Derrick Fain - The Master's
      • Junior - 6-4 - Forward - Dallas, Texas
      • Derrick Fain scored 38 points, while shooting 11-for-19 (.579) from the field, including 6-for-11 (.545) from 3-point range, and 10-for-11 (.909) at the free throw line, as The Master's College upset two Top-25 teams last week. In the win against No. 13 Concordia, the junior forward had 18 points, 2 rebounds and a steal. In the victory at No. 22 Biola, Fain had 20 points and 2 rebounds.
  • February 24, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • Garrett Neilan - Hope International
      • Sophomore - 6-5 - Guard - Downey, Calif.
      • Garrett Neilan averaged 16.5 points and 7 rebounds as Hope International won both of its GSAC contests last week. For the week, he shot 11-for-22 (.500) from the field, including 6-for-12 (.500) from 3-point range, and 5-for-6 (.833) at the line. In the win against Biola, the sophomore guard scored 14 points and grabbed 9 rebounds. With Hope International leading 50-49, he out jumped three Eagles to grab the defensive rebound with two seconds remaining to preserve the win. Against the GSAC's top team No. 9 Vanguard, Neilan scored a team-high 19 points. With 14 seconds remaining, Neilan saw an opening on the left side of the paint, before laying home the game-winning basket in the 55-53 win.
  • March 3, 2014
    • GSAC Player of the Week
      • C.J. Miller - Westmont
      • Senior - 6-7 - Forward - La Verne, Calif.
      • C.J. Miller recorded two double-doubles as Westmont won its last pair of GSAC games to conclude the regular season. For the week, he shot 23-for-34 (.676) from the field, including 6-for-10 (.600) from the 3-point arch, and 4-for-6 (.667) at the line, and also had three blocks, two steals and an assist. The senior forward logged 26 points and 11 rebounds in the game against Concordia. Against Biola, Miller set a new career-high of 30 points and added 10 rebounds. He has scored in double-figures in all 30 games this season and has a total of 10 double-doubles. The Warriors will be the fifth seed in the upcoming GSAC tournament.