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March 7, 2014

David Murray named All-GSC

VALDOSTA — Valdosta State senior forward David Murray was named second-team All-Gulf South Conference, as voted on by the league coaches, as announced by the GSC Office Wednesday night.

Murray averaged 11.4 points and 8.8 rebounds per game during the 2013-14 regular season. He finished the season ranked third in the Gulf South Conference in rebounds per game and recorded nine double-doubles during the season.

Murray shot 45.3 percent from the field on the season as he made 106-of-234 field goal attempts, including 44 of his 110 three-pointers.

He scored 296 points and pulled down a total of 229 rebounds while also dishing out 23 assists, blocking eight shots and tallying 24 steals.

The Birmingham, Ala. native scored in double figures 16 times on the year, including a career-best 32 versus Christian Brothers on Jan. 25 and tallied double figure rebounds in 13 contests.

Three times on the year he registered a personal-best 14 rebounds in a game.

Murray and the Blazers’  continued their season on Thursday in Birmingham, Ala. by defeating West Alabama 84-71  in the first round of the GSC Tournament. Murray had 12 points in the win.

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