Brody Greig, guard for the Langara Falcons men’s basketball team in Vancouver, B.C., is the 2014 CCAA Male Athlete of the Year Across All Sports.
Greig was named PACWEST’s Athlete of the Week four times during Langara’s 20-1 regular season, as well as a member of the PACWEST First Team All-Star, the PACWEST Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, and MVP at the PACWEST championship, where the Falcons earned the provincial conference title.
“He’s an outstanding player to watch,” says Graham Matthews, member of the CCAA awards committee. “And he’s definitely a team leader. Not only does he have the personal stats, he’s a spark within the group that adds to his team’s performance, and I think that’s what separates him as a player.”
Greig led the PACWEST in assists with 10.05 per game, ranked fifth for rebounds and seventh in scoring.
“His stats were really balanced,” says Jim Buck, member of the CCAA awards committee. “The number of assists, plus his double-double average, that’s really impressive for a point guard. It’s a special combination.
Greig’s also served as a volunteer at Langara College and community events.
Greig received his award on Tuesday April 22.
The CCAA is a national sport organization that enriches the lives of student-athletes through intercollegiate competition.