Princeton senior Ian Hummer was named to an NABC All-District team for the third straight year, another accolade in a career that closed with Hummer becoming Princeton's first Ivy League Player of the Year since 1999.
As a league's Player of the Year, Hummer was also recognized as an Associated Press honorable mention All-America. He's the first player to earn that distinction since Steve Goodrich '98 in 1998.
Hummer led the Ivy League on the season overall in scoring at 16.3 points per game, though he missed out on the Ivy League scoring title - which is based only on conference games - by only four points. He was that close to becoming the first Tiger since Brian Taylor '84 in 1972 to finish as the Ivy League's scoring leader.
Hummer also ended the season overall standing fifth in the league in rebounding at 6.4 rpg, fourth in field goal percentage at .517, second in assists at 4.1 apg, 10th in free throw percentage at .721, tied for ninth in steals at 1.3 spg, seventh in blocks at 0.8 bpg, ninth in assist-to-turnover ratio at 1.5, and seventh in minutes played at 34.0 mpg.
Hummer led the team in scoring, rebounding, blocks and assists, becoming the first Tiger to do so since Kit Mueller '91 in 1990-91.
All 10 players between the NABC All-District 13 first and second teams were from programs in the Ivy League, the Patriot League, or NJIT. Hummer joined Bucknell's Mike Muscala, Harvard's Wesley Saunders and Siyani Chambers, and NJIT's Chris Flores on the first team after Hummer earned second-team all-district honors in 2012 and first-team honors in 2011.
The 242 honored players from across the organization's 24 districts are now eligible for the NABC Coaches' Division I All-America teams.