The honors keep coming for Loyola’s Cameron Krutwig.
Krutwig, a 2017 Jacobs graduate, was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 16 first team for the second consecutive year.
Krutwig, a 6-foot-9 center, averaged 15.1 points, 8.1 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 1.2 steals per game for the Ramblers, who were 21-11 overall, 13-5 in the Missouri Valley Conference.
District 16 includes all of the schools in the Missouri Valley Conference. Krutwig also was an All-MVC first-team selection and runner-up to Northern Iowa’s AJ Green. Krutwig, Green, Northern Iowa’s Austin Phyfe, Bradley’s Darrell Brown and Valparaiso’s Javon Freeman-Liberty comprised the NABC District 16 first team.
Krutwig was the 2017 Northwest Herald Boys Basketball Player of the Year after leading Jacobs to a 30-2 mark and its first sectional title in school history.
The next year, Krutwig started for the Ramblers’ NCAA Final Four team.
Krutwig led NCAA centers with assists this season and was the first player in MVC history to rank in the top five in the league in scoring, rebounding, assists and field-goal percentage (56.3).
Krutwig is the seventh player in Loyola history to accumulate 1,300 points and 700 rebounds. He sits at 1,384 points (17th) and 737 rebounds (13th) with one season remaining to play.