Dwyane Harvey is following in some pretty heavy footsteps.
The Lakehead Thunderwolves guard on Friday was named the OUA West defensive players of the year, continuing adding on to Greg Carter’s four-year run that began in 2010.
Harvey led the conference with 46 steals and also managed to finished second on the basketball Wolves with a 12.8 points-per-game average.
"This is the 5th straight year a Lakehead player has won the OUA West Defensive Player of the Year. Dwayne is a prime example of the defensive pedigree at Lakehead and I'm pleased that our opposing coaches recognized what he brings to the defensive end,” Lakehead’s interim coach Matt Erdman said in a release.
“He has an uncanny sense of anticipation and playing passing lanes. Although sometimes unnoticed, he was at the top of the country in a number of defensive statistical categories and came up with timely plays at key moments for us over the course of the season."
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