1966 NAIA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament - Awards and Honors

Awards and Honors

  • Leading scorer: Al Tucker, Oklahoma Baptist; 5 games, 69 field goals, 44 free throws, 182 total points (36.4 average points per game)
  • Leading rebounder: Richard Pitts, Norfolk State (Va.); 5 games, 76 total rebounds (15.2 average rebounds per game)
  • Player of the Year: est. 1994
  • Most team points; single-game: 132, Norfolk State (Va.) vs. Upper Iowa 97
  • Most team points; tournament: 521, Norfolk State (Va.), (104.2 avg.)
  • Most field goals made; single-game: 57, Norfolk State (Va.) vs. Upper Iowa
  • Most field goals made; tournament: 216, Norfolk State (Va.)
  • Top single-game performances: Earl Beechum 11th, Midwestern State (Texas) vs. Monmouth (N.J.); 20 field goals, 6 free throws 46 total points
  • All-time leading scorer; second appearance: Al Tucker 2nd, Oklahoma Baptist (1965,66,67); 15 games, 177 field goals, 117 free throws, 471 total points (31.4 points per game).

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