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List of Senior CLASS Award men's basketball winners

Senior CLASS Award
(men's basketball)
Awarded for the outstanding senior NCAA Division I Student-Athlete of the Year in men's basketball
Country United States
First awarded 2001
Currently held by Doug McDermott, Creighton
Official website

The Senior CLASS Award is presented each year to the outstanding senior NCAA Division I Student-Athlete of the Year in men's basketball. The acronym "CLASS" stands for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School. The award was established in 2001. The ten finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award are described as Senior All-Americans.[1]


Year Winner School
2000–01 Battier, ShaneShane Battier Duke
2001–02 Dixon, JuanJuan Dixon Maryland
2002–03 West, DavidDavid West Xavier
2003–04 Nelson, JameerJameer Nelson Saint Joseph's
2004–05 Simien, WayneWayne Simien Kansas
2005–06 Redick, J. J.J. J. Redick Duke
2006–07 Tucker, AlandoAlando Tucker Wisconsin
2007–08 Foster, ShanShan Foster Vanderbilt
2008–09 Hansbrough, TylerTyler Hansbrough North Carolina
2009–10 Butler, Da'SeanDa'Sean Butler West Virginia
2010–11 Fredette, JimmerJimmer Fredette Brigham Young
2011–12 Hummel, RobbieRobbie Hummel Purdue
2012–13 Hulls, JordanJordan Hulls Indiana
2013–14 McDermott, DougDoug McDermott Creighton


  1. ^ Scheyer Named Finalist For Lowe's Senior CLASS Award,", February 3, 2010, accessed February 8, 2010""". Retrieved March 15, 2010. 

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