(Kansas City, Mo.) The NAIA announced that Loyola University New Orleans men’s basketball player McCall Tomeny was named a 2013-14 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Honorable Mention All-American on Wednesday.
McCall Tomeny averaged 16.7 points and 8.1 rebounds and led the Wolf Pack in both categories this season. He was named to the SSAC All-Conference team this year. He ranked 10th in the SSAC in points and 3rd in rebounds. He made 46.9% of his shots which ranked seventh in the conference. The junior forward drilled 15 threes this season. Tomeny tallied seven double doubles this year which tied for fourth most in the SSAC. He ranked 23rd in defensive rebounds per game and 26th in total rebounds in the NAIA. He finished third in the SSAC in defensive rebounds with 5.68 per contest.
Tomeny crossed the 1,000 point plateau on January 16th of this season against Blue Mountain College. The Baton Rouge native currently sits in 17th place in points scored in the Loyola career record books with 1,169 points. He also ranks 11th in blocked shots and fifth in career rebounds. He sits in 15th for season rebounds for any Wolf Pack player with his 179 boards.
The selections are made by the All-America Committee and comprises a First, Second, Third and Honorable Mention Team. There are 10 members on each of the first three All-America teams and 30 people named to the honorable mention team.