2010–11 The Summit League men’s basketball season

2009–10 The Summit League men’s basketball season

League
NCAA Division I

Sport
Basketball

Number of teams
10

Regular season champion
Oakland

Season MVP
Keith Benson (Oakland)

Finals champions
Oakland

Basketball seasons

← 09–10
11–12 →

2010–11 The Summit League men’s basketball standings

v
t
e

Conf
 
 
Overall

Team
W
 
L
 
PCT
 
 
W
 
L
 
PCT

x-Oakland†
17

1
 
.944
 
 
25

10
 
.714

x-Oral Roberts
13

5
 
.722
 
 
19

16
 
.543

x-IUPUI
12

6
 
.667
 
 
19

14
 
.576

x-IPFW
11

7
 
.611
 
 
18

12
 
.600

x-South Dakota State
10

8
 
.556
 
 
19

12
 
.613

x-UMKC
9

9
 
.500
 
 
16

14
 
.533

x-North Dakota State
8

10
 
.444
 
 
14

15
 
.483

x-Southern Utah
7

11
 
.389
 
 
11

19
 
.367

Western Illinois
2

16
 
.111
 
 
7

23
 
.233

Centenary *
1

17
 
.056
 
 
1

29
 
.033

† Conference tournament winner
As of March 18, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll
* Ineligible for conference tournament
x-Clinched berth in conference tournament

The 2010–11 The Summit League men’s basketball season is the 29th college basketball season in the conference’s existence. The conference features ten teams that are competing for The Summit League regular season and tournament titles.
Awards and honors[edit]
The Summit League All-Conference teams[edit]

Award
Recipients[1]

First Team
Keith Benson (Oakland)
Reggie Hamilton (Oakland)
Leroy Nobles (IUPUI)
Dominique Morrison (Oral Roberts)
Nate Wolters (South Dakota State)
Alex Young (IUPUI)

Second Team
Ben Botts (IPFW)
Jay Couisnard (UMKC)
Will Hudson (Oakland)
Clint Sargent (South Dakota State)
Michael Tveidt (North Dakota State)

Honorable Mention
Damen Bell-Holter (Oral Roberts)
Frank Gaines (IPFW)
Spencer Johnson (UMKC)
Matt Lander (Western Illinois)
Warren Niles (Oral Roberts)

All-Newcomer Team
Travis Bader (Oakland)
Reggie Chamberlain (UMKC)
Jordan Dykstra (South Dakota State)
Steven Roundtree (Oral Roberts)
Stephen Thomas (IUPUI)

Player of the Year
Keith Benson (Oakland)

Newcomer of the Year
Steven Roundtree (Oral Roberts)

Sixth Man of the Year
Larry Wright (Oakland)

Defensive Player of the Year
Keith Benson (Oakland)

Coach