Richmond’s T.J. Cline earns AP All-America Honorable Mention

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On Tuesday, the Associated Press released its All-America first, second, and third teams, and for Richmond fans, a familiar name was on the honorable mentions list. T.J. Cline, after an incredible season that earned him A-10 Player of the Year, earned AP All-America Honorable Mention honors on Tuesday. Cline averaged 18.5 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 5.6 assists this past season, and he led the Spiders to a third place finish in the Atlantic 10.

According to Richmondspiders.com, Cline is the 10th Spider in the history of the program to be named an All-American. Though he’ll no longer be with the Spiders, his basketball career is undoubtedly just beginning.

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Grant Labedz is a college basketball superfan who loves the entire sport but definitely has favorites in the A-10 and the Big Ten. He has written for SB Nation's BT Powerhouse (Big Ten Basketball) and The Champaign Room (Illinois Basketball). He also co-founded his own Illinois Basketball blog called The Groce Report. Grant is a member of the Davidson Class of 2020. Shoot him an email at [email protected] Follow @GrantLabedz

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