Penn State York’s Logan Steckel has been named the Penn State University Athletic Conference Player of the Year and a United States Collegiate
Penn State York's Logan Steckel has been named the Penn State University Athletic Conference Player of the Year and a United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II First Team performer. Steckel is a graduate of Red Lion Christian. BILL KALINA-bkalina@yorkdispatch.com

The postseason accolades continue to pour in for the Penn State York men's and women's basketball teams.

Red Lion Christian grad Logan Steckel, already named the Penn State University Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year, was selected to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II First Team at a USCAA banquet on Tuesday night.

On the women's side, Penn State York freshman forward Hannah York was named to the USCAA Division II Second Team. A Christian School of York grad, Hannah York was also recently a PSUAC First-Team All-Star selection and was named PSUAC Newcomer of the Year.

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Men: Steckel, a sophomore guard, is averaging 20.1 points, two rebounds and 1.5 assists per game this season. He and the local Lions captured the PSUAC Tournament title for the second year in a row and will next compete in the USCAA Division II Tournament on Thursday.

Teammate Josh Jamison was named to the USCAA Division II Second Team. He and teammate Tyler Martin were PSUAC Second Team All-Star selections this year. Penn State York coach Parrish Petry, who is a West York grad and a former Red Lion boys' coach, was selected the PSUAC Coach of the Year.


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Women: Hannah York averaged 19.7 points this season to go along with 6.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists a game. A 5-foot, 11-inch forward, York led the local Lions to a 16-8 record under the tutelage of first-year coach Bob Heiser, who is a former Eastern York girls' coach. It marked the first winning season for the Yorkers since 2009-10 (15-8).

Teammate Courtney Riggs, a Delone Catholic grad, was a USCAA Division II Honorable Mention pick. Riggs, a PSUAC Second Team selection, averaged 16.4 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.6 assists in 24 games this season. She passed the 1,000-point mark for her career this season.

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.