Cumberland earns All-America honor


Wilmington High School graduate and University of Cincinnati junior Jarron Cumberland was given honorable mention on the Associated Press Division I men’s college basketball All-America team Tuesday afternoon. Cumberland averaged 19 points and 4 rebounds per game for the Bearcats, who finished 28-7. He had nearly 4 assists and just over 1 steal per game. Cumberland was named the American Athletic Conference player of the year and the conference’s Most Outstanding Player in the post-season tournament.

Wilmington High School graduate and University of Cincinnati junior Jarron Cumberland was given honorable mention on the Associated Press Division I men’s college basketball All-America team Tuesday afternoon. Cumberland averaged 19 points and 4 rebounds per game for the Bearcats, who finished 28-7. He had nearly 4 assists and just over 1 steal per game. Cumberland was named the American Athletic Conference player of the year and the conference’s Most Outstanding Player in the post-season tournament.


Mark Huber | News Journal File

Wilmington High School graduate and University of Cincinnati junior Jarron Cumberland was given honorable mention on the Associated Press Division I men’s college basketball All-America team Tuesday afternoon. Cumberland averaged 19 points and 4 rebounds per game for the Bearcats, who finished 28-7. He had nearly 4 assists and just over 1 steal per game. Cumberland was named the American Athletic Conference player of the year and the conference’s Most Outstanding Player in the post-season tournament.

Wilmington High School graduate and University of Cincinnati junior Jarron Cumberland was given honorable mention on the Associated Press Division I men’s college basketball All-America team Tuesday afternoon. Cumberland averaged 19 points and 4 rebounds per game for the Bearcats, who finished 28-7. He had nearly 4 assists and just over 1 steal per game. Cumberland was named the American Athletic Conference player of the year and the conference’s Most Outstanding Player in the post-season tournament.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_Jarron13iowa.jpgWilmington High School graduate and University of Cincinnati junior Jarron Cumberland was given honorable mention on the Associated Press Division I men’s college basketball All-America team Tuesday afternoon. Cumberland averaged 19 points and 4 rebounds per game for the Bearcats, who finished 28-7. He had nearly 4 assists and just over 1 steal per game. Cumberland was named the American Athletic Conference player of the year and the conference’s Most Outstanding Player in the post-season tournament. Mark Huber | News Journal File