Nottingham Named All State for Second Straight Year
MSJC men's basketball player Tre Nottingham was named First Team All State for the second straight season after helping the Eagles to their fourth straight conference championship.
Nottingham becomes just the sixth player in MSJC men's basketball history to be named All State in both seasons he competed for the Eagles. He is the first since DeWayne Green earned All State honors in both 2005 (Honorable Mention) and 2006 (First Team). He is the first in the program since Jamaal Tinsley, 1998 and 1999, to be named First Team in back to back seasons.
Nottingham averaged 19.2 points per game this past season while leading the Eagles to a 22-11 overall record as they reached the second round of the CCCAA Southern California Regional. Tre also pulled down 6 rebounds per game and led the team averaging 5.4 assists. Nottingham, who has signed a scholarship to play next season at NCAA Division I Texas State, made 141 three pointers in his MSJC career. He will also leave with the 14th most points scored in a career with 1,158 total over two seasons. The Eagles went 48-17 over the past two campaigns.
The three other players in MSJC's storied history to be named First Team All State twice were; Gerald Sims (1976 & 1977), Otis Mixon (1989 & 1990), and Don Leary (1991 & 1992).
MSJC men's basketball player Tre Nottingham was named First Team All State for the second straight season after helping MSJC to their fourth conference championship in a row in 2017. Nottingham has signed to play at NCAA Division I Texas State next season. (DeeAnn Bradley/MSJC).