D'Angelo Harrison wins Haggerty Award

NEW YORK -- St. John's guard D'Angelo Harrison is this year's winner of the Haggerty Award, given to the best Division I men's basketball player in the New York metropolitan area, as voted by the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association.

The 6-foot-4 junior averaged 17.5 points per game in 2013-14, ranking him fourth in the Big East. He's the 25th St. John's player to win the award, but the first since Marcus Hatten in 2002.

Manhattan's Steve Masiello was named Coach of the Year, for the second time, and Fordham guard Jon Severe was named Rookie of the Year.

The All-Met first team, besides Harrison, includes Iona's Sean Armand, Manhattan's George Beamon, LIU Brooklyn's Jason Brickman, Seton Hall's Fuquan Edwin and Stony Brook's Jameel Warney.

The second team features Iona's A.J. English, Manhattan's Rhamel Brown, St. John's JaKarr Sampson, Army's Kyle Wilson, Columbia's Alex Rosenberg and Fordham's Branden Frazier.

The third team features Iona's David Laury, Rutgers' Kadeem Jack and Myles Mack, Fairleigh Dickinson's Sidney Sanders Jr., Hofstra's Zeke Upshaw and Seton Hall's Eugene Teague.