Junior guard Mudi Eruteya of the S&T men's basketball team was named Tuesday to the Great Lakes Valley Conference's all-league team for the recently completed 2012-13 season, becoming the second Miner to land a spot on the All-GLVC squad since S&T became a member in 2005.

Junior guard Mudi Eruteya of the S&T men's basketball team was named Tuesday to the Great Lakes Valley Conference's all-league team for the recently completed 2012-13 season, becoming the second Miner to land a spot on the All-GLVC squad since S&T became a member in 2005.
Eruteya is the first Miner to garner a spot on one of the GLVC's top teams, which has consisted of either two or three teams since the Miners joined the conference. The only other Miner prior to Eruteya to be honored by the GLVC at the close of a season was Carlton Westbrook, who was selected to the league's all-defensive team last year.
During the season, Eruteya led the Miners in several statistical categories that included the scoring and rebounding columns. He averaged 13.6 points per game, which ranked among the top 20 in the GLVC and was fourth in the conference in rebounding with 7.5 boards per game. In addition, he finished with a team-high 87 assists, good for sixth in the league and 40 steals.
Eruteya racked up seven double-doubles during the season as well, tying the second-most in the conference and hit two game-winning three-point shots during the course of the season, one in an exhibition victory over Western Illinois and the other at the buzzer to beat Westminster in late November. He reached double figures in the point column 19 times, which included S&T's final nine games of the year.
Missouri S&T finished the season with a record of 7-18 and was 3-15 in the GLVC.
The 2012-13 All-GLVC men's basketball team:
First Team
Chris Dowe, Sr., Bellarmine
Vance Hall, Jr., Bellarmine
Brandon Lockhart, Sr., Drury
Alex Hall, Sr., Drury
Dazmond Starke, Sr., Kentucky Wesleyan
Ryan Jackson, So., Lewis
Asa Toney, Jr., Maryville
Chris Babbitt, Jr., Quincy
Keith DeWitt, Sr., Southern Indiana
Jeremy Saffold, Sr., Wisconsin-Parkside
Dillon Deck, So., William Jewell
Second Team
Kyle Gupton, Sr., Illinois Springfield
Reece Cheatham, Jr., Indianapolis
James Hollowell, Sr., Indianapolis
David Bryant, Sr., Lewis
Armon Provo, So., Maryville
John Steppe, Sr., McKendree
Mudi Eruteya, Jr., Missouri S&T
Darian Cartharn, Jr., Missouri-St. Louis
Joshua McCoy, Sr., Missouri-St. Louis
Tyler Thompson, Sr., Quincy
Brandon McCann, Jr., Rockhurst
Zygimantas Riauka, So., Wisconsin-Parkside
Colt Grandstaff, Jr., Wisconsin-Parkside
Orlando Rutledge, Jr., Southern Indiana
All-Defensive Team
Cameron Adams, So., Drury
Ian Carter, Jr., Drury
Brandon Lockhart, Sr., Drury
West Dawson, Sr., Illinois Springfield
Daniel Daudu, Jr., Indianapolis
Tyrae Robinson, Jr., Indianapolis
Dominique Dawson, Jr., Kentucky Wesleyan
Julian Lewis, So., Lewis
Gerald Shaw, Sr., Maryville
Chris Babbitt, Jr., Quincy
Keith DeWitt, Sr., Southern Indiana
Kenyon Smith, Sr., Southern Indiana
Zygimantas Riauka, So., Wisconsin-Parkside
Player of the Year: Jeremy Saffold, Wisconsin-Parkside
Freshmen of the Year: Lucas Barker, Kentucky Wesleyan & Andy Mazurczak, Wisconsin-Parkside
Coach of the Year: Luke Reigel, Wisconsin-Parkside