One accomplished veteran and one outstanding rookie were on the honour roll when the RSEQ announced its men's basketball all-stars and awards on Thursday night.
Third-year guard Sami Jahan was named to the first all-star team. It is the third time the conference has recognized his talents. He was a second team all-star in 2022 and he was named to the all-rookie team in 2020.
This season, Jahan played 15 games, averaging 15.7 points. He was the Stingers’ leading scorer and ranked fourth in the league. He played 33.3 minutes a game, picking up 4.2 rebounds and 3.1 assists.
Originally from Hamilton, Ont., Jahan is an Economics major.
Joseph joined the Stingers in January after an impressive career at Vanier College and had an immediate impact. He played 10 games in the RSEQ conference, averaging 15 points and 25.7 minutes of playing time.
He was the second leading scorer on Concordia’s roster and he ranked seventh in the league. He also hauled in 4.2 rebounds a game.
Joseph, who is from Ottawa, is currently studying Theology.
The league honours were presented before the RSEQ semifinal games on Thursday night.