Greene, Roberts selected to all-conference teams; Tykei Tabbed All-Academic
BOSTON— Tykei Green and Anthony Robert are among the best guards in the league, and that was confirmed on Friday as both were named second-team all-conferences.
Greene’s efforts in the classroom were also rewarded as he was also named to the All-Academic team.
A product of St. Bonaventure and Kent State, Roberts flourished in the final month of the season to make his point. Leading the league in total points (477) and second in points per game (16.4), he is one of the most dynamic goaltenders in the league.
His prowess was no better than at Maine on Feb. 13, when he lost 40 to the Black Bears en route to victory, the most points in a game by a Seawolves player since Jameel Warney’s 43 in 2016. Roberts hit 14-for-25 from the field and 9 of 12 from long range, also with six rebounds and six assists. He is also one of three players nationally this season to have 40 points, five rebounds and five assists in a game.
Tykei’s time to shine came in the last ten games, in which he averaged 20.6 points and nine rebounds per game. He also shot 57.6% from the field during that time and 51.5% from three.
He has also recorded six double-doubles in that span, including four such performances in his last five appearances. Of the six total, four of them were 20-point, 10-rebound games for the Queens, NY native. He finished the year with nine, tying him for fifth all-time in a single season by a Seawolves player, and currently has 14 for his career, placing him alone at fourth on the career list of the Stony Brook program.
Also earning All-Academic honors, the business major currently stands with a 3.52 GPA and was a member of the Fall 2020 Dean’s List, as well as the Stony Brook Society of Distinguished Scholar-Athletes during of this semester. He was also named to the America East Spring Roll of Honor during the Spring 2021 Academic Segment.