Meier, Wolf Earn Spots On NABC Honor Court
July 10, 2012
MILWAUKEE - Two University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee men's basketball players have been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches' Honor Court.
Meier, who earned a bachelor's degree with a 3.638 grade-point average as a business major, played in over 100 games in his Panther career, scoring better than 1,000 points while grabbing nearly 500 rebounds. He also was a two-time NACDA Division I-AAA Scholar-Athlete and claimed a spot this past season on the 2012 Capital One Academic All-Region team.
Wolf has played in 37 games at Milwaukee over the last two seasons after playing for a year at Florida Gulf Coast. This past year he appeared in 20 contests, averaging just under a point per game. The religious studies major has a 3.256 GPA.
To qualify for the honors court, student-athletes must be a junior or senior varsity player with at least a 3.2 cumulative grade-point average. Students must also have spent at least one full year at their institutional, with NCAA Division I, II and III as well as NAIA student-athletes eligible.