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Rehbaum recognized as an ECAC All-Star

The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced its 2014-15 Division III Men’s Basketball All-Star teams today. Hobart College senior Connor Rehbaum earned a spot on the Upstate second team.

Hobart’s leading scorer and rebounder was highly decorated following his final campaign. In addition to ECAC recognition, Rehbaum also garnered All-East third team and All-Liberty League first team accolades. He averaged 15.3 ppg and 5.9 rpg while shooting .421 from the floor, .384 from 3-point range, and .696 from the free throw line. Rehbaum led the Liberty League in 3-pointers made per game (2.5) and was second in 3-point percentage and fourth in scoring average. His 66 3-pointers made this season led the Liberty League and are tied for the third most in a season by a Statesman.

Rehbaum scored a career-high 30 points during Hobart’s 83-73 win at RIT on Jan. 13. He was 10-of-19 from the floor, including 5-of-11 from beyond the 3-point arc, against the Tigers on his way to the Liberty League Performer of the Week award. A starter in all 26 games this season, Rehbaum hit double figures in the scoring column 22 times. He registered three double-doubles, including an 18-point, 13-rebound effort against Division II Roberts Wesleyan. In two games against Liberty League champion Skidmore, both Hobart victories, Rehbaum averaged 23.0 ppg and 10.5 rpg.

Rehbaum finished his career 15th on the school’s all-time scoring list with 1,152 points. In 107 career games, the fifth most appearances by a Statesman, he averaged 10.8 ppg, 4.6 rpg, and 1.4 apg. Rehbaum is tied for fourth on Hobart’s career 3-pointers made list with 182 triples.

A sociology and American studies double major, Rehbaum is also an all-star in the classroom, earning three straight Liberty League All-Academic nods.

Hobart went 18-8 this season, tied for the sixth most wins in a season in the program’s 104-season history. The Statesmen posted a 13-3 record in Liberty League play, finishing second in the conference standings.

During his four seasons on campus, Rehbaum and his classmates compiled an 84-28 record, won the Liberty League regular season championship three times, captured the Liberty League Tournament title twice and played in three NCAA Championships, advancing to the second round in 2012 and 2014.