Charles "Tre" Bennett III, 2012-2014
   Charles "Tre" Bennett III played for the Seahawks during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons. While at Lamar State College-Port Arthur, Tre set records for Regular Season Scoring (617 points), Conference Scoring (390 points), Double-Digit Scoring Games (28 in 30 games), Per-Game Scoring Average (20.6 ppg in 30 games), Single Game Scoring (45 points vs. Lee College on Jan. 29, 2014), and 3-pointers in a Game (8 vs. Lee College on Jan. 29, 2014). Tre signed to play with Indiana State out of LSCPA but transferred to Angelo State for his senior season.

 

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1-15-16: Bennett named to SCB Bevo Francis Award Watch List

Tre's Profile at Angelo State University

   

Anthony Allen, 2012-2014
    Anthony Allen played for the Seahawks during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 basketball seasons. He signed to play for Oklahoma State University after setting several school records at Lamar State. Anthony, the first-ever 7-footer to play for the Seahawks, set records for Triple-Double Games (5 games), Blocked Shots in a Season (191 blocks), and Blocked Shots in a Game (14 blocks vs. Blinn College on Jan. 25, 2014). In both his freshman and sophomore seasons, Anthony led the nation in total blocked shots for the season and blocked shots per game.

 

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1-16-16: Allen slam dunk punctuates OSU's first-half efforts vs. Texas

Anthony's Profile at Oklahoma State University

   

David "D.J." Blanks, 2013-2014
    David "D.J." Blanks played his sophomore season at Lamar State College-Port Arthur before moving on to play for Texas Southern University. Now in his senior season, Blanks has exploded onto the NCAA Division I scene as one of the nation's premiere guards.

 

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1-16-16: Blanks scores 27 to lead TSU to win

1-6-16: Blanks named Southwestern Athletic Conference Player of the Week

1-2-16: Blanks collects triple-double in win over Southern University

10-14-15: Blanks named SWAC Pre-Season Defensive Player of the Year

   

Erik Durham, 2013-2015
   Erik Durham played two impressive seasons for the Seahawks before signing to play with Jacksonville State University in Alabama. While at LSCPA, Erik was first team All-Region as a sophomore. He played every game during his two-year career with the Seahawks while starting every game his sophomore year. He scored in double figures in 28 of 30 games his sophomore season. He is currently in his junior season with JSU.

 

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1-19-16: Where Are They Now? Erik Durham

1-16-16: Durham scored career-high 31 vs. UT Martin

11-27-15: Durham scored 23 to lead Jax past Chicago State

Erik's Profile at Jacksonville State University

 
 

Seahawks Moving On ...

NCAA Division I

   

NAME

YEARS AT LSCPA

TRANSFERRED TO

Darius Paul

2014-15 (1 season)

University of Illinois

Erik Durham

2013-2015 (2 seasons)

Jacksonville State University

Charles "Tre" Bennett III

2012-2014 (2 seasons)

Indiana State University/Angelo State

Anthony Allen

2012-2014 (2 seasons)

Oklahoma State University

Jamal Shabazz

2012-2014 (2 seasons)

Samford University

David "D.J." Blanks

2013-14 (1 season)

Texas Southern University

Evan Sims

2012-2013 (1 season)

University of Louisiana-Monroe

Ty Allen

2012-2013 (1 season)

Tennessee Tech University

Kieran Woods

2012-2013 (1 season)

North Carolina Central University

Jayon James

2011-2012 (1 season)

University of Louisiana-Monroe

Elijah Pittman

2011-2012 (1 season)

Marshall University

David Laury

2010-2011 (1 season)

Iona College

Elridge Moore

2011-2012 (1 season)

University of Louisiana-Lafayette

Gordon Ball

2009-2011 (2 seasons)

Texas State University

Vonn Jones

2009-2011 (2 seasons)

Texas State University

Ahyaro Phillips

2009-2010 (1 season)

University of Southern Mississippi

     

NCAA Division II

   

Brandon Peters

2012-2013 (1 season)

Midwestern State University

Montana Brown

2011-2012 (1 season)

Claflin University

Derrick Dawkins

2011-2012 (1 season)

Georgia Southern State University

Darrion Booker

2010-2011 (1 season)

West Alabama University

Keenan Coleman

2009-2011 (2 seasons)

Angelo State University

Dion Waiters

2009-2011 (2 seasons)

Jacksonville State University

Kavon Rose

2009-2010 (1 season)

Midwestern State University

     

NAIA

   

Evan White

2012-2014 (2 seasons)

Oklahoma City University

Ivan Jelencic

2012-2014 (2 seasons)

Oklahoma City University

Adrian Fontenot

2008-2009 (1 season)

Wiley College

George Williamson

2007-2009 (2 seasons)

Missouri Valley College

Keenan Coleman

2009-2011 (2 seasons)

Talladega College

Roman Vaughn

2009-2011 (2 seasons)

Talladega College