Reynolds II Named To Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team

Saint Joseph's sophomore guard Erik Reynolds II has been named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team, conference officials announced on Tuesday.

Saint Joseph's sophomore guard Erik Reynolds II

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One of the most prolific scorers in the A-10 this season, the sophomore guard enters the A-10 Championship second in the conference, and 37th nationally, in scoring at 19.4 points per game. Through 30 games, Reynolds II has scored in double figures in 29 contests, including 12 20-point performances and four 30-point performances. Named A-10 Player of the Week this past Monday, he closed out the regular season with back-to-back 33-point performances against St. Bonaventure and Richmond, becoming the first Hawk since Jameer Nelson in March of 2003 to record consecutive 30-point games.

One of just two Hawks to start every game this year, Reynolds has also paced the A-10 in three-pointers per game (3.0), while recording career-highs in assists (73), steals (40) and rebounding (3.1 rpg). Additionally, Reynolds II has etched his name in the Saint Joseph's record book twice this season as he enters the A-10 Championship tied for fifth-most three-pointers in a season (90), and 16th in total points in a season (582).

"Erik is worthy of this honor as an all conference member. His development is a credit to his intentionality to learn new skills and be courageous as a competitor. He has worked diligently with Eric Lang to prepare and sustain his body to play at a consistent level during his sophomore season," said St. Joe's head coach Billy Lange. "Erik is a spirited, caring, and selfless teammate, in addition to being a great and humble ambassador for our program and Hawk Hill community."

Reynolds II and the Hawks open play at the 2023 Atlantic 10 Championship on Tuesday against Loyola Chicago at 2 p.m.

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