Chamberlain Named Honorable Mention All-Summit League
UMKC Athletics 3-1-2012
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(Kansas City, Mo.) - UMKC senior guard Reggie Chamberlain (Raytown, Mo.) was named an honorable mention all-conference performer on Thursday by the Summit League coaches and media.  

The Raytown High School product averaged a team-high 17.3 points per game this season for UMKC, and ranked No. 7 in the nation with a 47.1 three-point percentage (97-of-206). He also ranked ninth in the nation in threes made at 3.1 per game. His 97 threes also rank fourth in a single season in UMKC history.  

Chamberlain finished his career as the all-time leading three-point (.443) and free throw percentage leader (.860) at UMKC. He is also 13th on the all-time scoring list with 882 points, and started all 61 games during his career.  

It was the second honor in his two-year career at UMKC, earning All-Newcomer Team honors a season ago.

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