Cory Carr, Tony Battie, Mark Davis, Darvin Ham and Jason Sasser all made an NBA roster. 2017 SoCon All-Tournament Team Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. 2019 SoCon All-Tournament Team Recorded four rejections against the Owls (12/4) while scoring a season-high 13 points... Tallied his first double-double of the season on 11 points and 10 boards against NC State (12/15) ... had a block in each of his first 11 games of the season ... scored the deciding bucket in game at Vermont (12/18)... season-high and game-high 13 rebounds against Nothern Kentucky (12/21), recording four blocks in the process ... pulled down 12 rebounds against Mercer (1/1), twice as many as anyone else in the contest ... made a key offensive board against Wofford to force a second overtime (1/4) ... notched a game-high 12 rebounds at Furman (1/11), coming within two points of a double-double ... tied a career-high with seven assists against the Paladins ... second double-double of the season, and the 16th of his career, at the Citadel (1/15), scoring a career-high of 19 in the process ... moved into third in the Spartan history with 12 boards against Chattanooga (1/18), giving him 942 career rebounds ... 12 boards in win at Western Carolina (1/29) ... tallied the 17th double-double of his career against Samford (2/9) ... career-high 20 boards against Mercer, becoming the second Spartan in history to breech 1,000 for his career ... 19th career double-double against Wofford with 12 pionts and 13 rebounds (2/19) ... scored 15 points, while shooting 6-for-7 from the floor against Furman (2.26) ... finished his career on a double-double in the SoCon quarterfinals against No. James Dickey, who has spent more than a decade as a head coach at the Division I level, has returned to Oklahoma State as an assistant coach under Travis Ford. TicketSmarter - Official Ticket Resale Market, video platform powered by CBS Sports Digital. Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Coach Dickey had five players achieve NBA status during a four-year span, all since the 1995-96 season. He was an assistant in the Bears' program for two seasons. **Texas Tech forfeited its entire 1996–97 conference slate due to ineligible players, but Dickey was ruled not to have been affected. Cory Carr, Tony Battie, Mark Davis, Darvin Ham and Jason Sasser all made an NBA roster. More info. Select the third team from the drop down menu. James Allen Dickey (born April 2, 1954) is an American college basketball coach  who was most recently an assistant coach at Oklahoma State University. The Hogs put together four-straight NCAA appearances and won the 1982 SWC regular season and postseason titles. Became just the second player in SoCon history to collect 1,000 career points, 1,000 career rebounds and 200 career blocks ... 1,060 rebounds are a Spartan program record, while his 222 blocks are second all-time ... 9.3 boards per game led the Spartans by more than four boards per game, and ranked second in the SoCon ... his 3.0 offensive boards per game and 53 rejections were both conference bests ... began senior year with four points, four rebounds and three blocks logged against North Carolina A&T (11/5) .. Chipped in six points, three rebounds and three assists against No. †Official record at Texas Tech is 164–123 (.571) without vacated games. Select the first team from the drop down menu. After four seasons and a 64–62 record, Dickey resigned his position as head coach. 20 overall prospect in North Carolina in the class of 2015 and rated the No. During that time, he was heavily involved in developing future NBA talent, including Tony Allen, Joey Graham, Stephen Graham, John Lucas and Ivan McFarlin. Five Biggest Storylines For 2020 NBA Offseason, The Coda To These Finals Is Where We'll Discover Novel Territory, SoCon All-Conference Second Team (Coaches), SoCon All-Conference Third Team (Coaches). If NBA players are to make further use of their power, they must no longer see the league as a partner in transformation, but as a tool to be manipulated. Sutton accepted the head coaching job at Kentucky after the 1984-85 campaign, and Dickey also made the move to Lexington. Almost had a double-double with 10 points on 5-6 shooting and nine boards along with four blocks in the win at ETSU (Jan. 19)... Made all five field goal and two free throw attempts for a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds along with three blocks and two steals in the win versus The Citadel (Jan. 24) ... came through with seven points, six rebounds and four steals against Mercer (Jan. 26) … contributed eight points (3-4 FG / 2-2 FTs) while grabbing nine rebounds and swatting one shot against VMI (Jan. 31) … opened February by scoring four points, adding three blocks and forcing three steals against Samford (Feb. 7) … contributed five points, three assists, two blocks, while hitting 2-for-4 from the floor against Chattanooga (Feb. 9) … notched his fifth double-digit outing of the season (12 points) at Furman (Feb. 14) after finishing 5-of-6 from the floor, while grabbing nine rebounds and making four blocks … ended the second meeting of the season against Wofford (Feb. 16) with nine rebounds and four points … enjoyed his third double-double of the season as he recorded 10 points (4-4 FGs) and 10 rebounds (six defensive) against Western Carolina (Feb. 21) … had back-to-back double-doubles for the first time in 2019 after recording 11 points (4-9 FGs) and 11 rebounds (seven defensive) while handing out two assists against East Tennessee State (Feb. 24) … established his single-game season high in points (15) as he hit 6-of-10 from the floor and hauled in nine rebounds at The Citadel (Feb. 28) … opened March with 15 points, eight rebounds and four blocks at Mercer (March 2) , hitting 5-of-6 from the floor and 5-of-7 from the charity stripe to close out the regular season … opened the SoCon Tournament with a seven points and 10 rebounds (five offensive) while making three swats against Samford (March 9) … tied his single-game season-high in rebounds (15), grabbing eight offensive boards, while adding four points and two steals against Furman (March 10) … ended the SoCon Championship against Wofford (March 11) with seven rebounds (six defensive), four points and a pair of steals.