The 2016-17 athletic year was another successful one for the Oilers, who saw a plethora of individual athletes achieve outstanding accomplishments. The UF athletic media relations staff has put together a list of the top-10 individual performances from the 2016-17 campaign and will be revealing them during the summer months.
#4 | Martyce Kimbrough | Men's Basketball
Martyce Kimbrough had a record-breaking junior season for the Oilers and helped lead them to a 25-7 record and their third appearance in the NCAA Division II Sweet 16.
An honorable mention All-American selection by the D2 Bulletin, Kimbrough finished the 2016-17 campaign with a scoring average of 19.3 points per game. His 617 points scored during the season ranks eighth all-time at Findlay and he broke school records for most made three pointers (114) and most three pointers attempted (282), all while shooting 40.4 percent from long range.
Kimbrough racked up first team all-region from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and the Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA). He was also a first team all-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) pick and was voted to the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional All-Tournament team.
A three-time GLIAC South Division Player of the Week (12/12, 2/20, 2/24), Kimbrough put up a season-high 41 points in the Oilers 105-87 win over Tiffin on Feb. 16. He set a school record by making 11 three pointers in the game. His performance led him to becoming the Oilers first men's basketball player to earn NCAA Division II National Player of the Week honors on Feb. 22.
The Lima, Ohio native and two-time first team all-conference pick has racked up 1,066 career points at Findlay in only two years. His 194 made three pointers is the seventh-highest total in program history as well.