Hurt named top A-Sun achiever during month of December
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Hurt named top A-Sun achiever during month of December

MACON, Ga. – The fans have voted and Lipscomb redshirt freshman center Stephen Hurt has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Crons “Achiever of the Month” for the month of December.

The Mufreesboro, Tenn. native averaged 13.3 points-per-game and 10.3 rebounds-per game during the month.  After notching his first career double-double (12 points, 11 rebounds) at Kentucky, Hurt blistered Austin Peay on the road for 23 points and 18 rebounds.  That performance led to him being named one of’s “Top Performers of the Night”.

Hurt followed up his performance against the Governors with his third-straight double-double. The big man scored 15 points and added 13 rebounds on the road at Memphis

The inside force for the Bisons claimed a pair of A-Sun “Newcomer of the Week” awards for his play in December and is the current recipient of that honor earning league honors again on Tuesday.  Hurt is the first Lipscomb men’s basketball player to pick up the monthly award since its inception last season.

As the Official Motivation and Apparel Brand of the Atlantic Sun Conference, Crons sponsors the monthly "Achiever Award" to recognize what A-Sun fans deem the most notable performance from each month.

The Crons Brand provides what it calls “high quality motivational apparel, merchandise, and accessories to inspire people to get better and constantly strive for their goals.” It also strives to reinforce positive messages to athletes about what it takes to be a winner and the importance of working harder than anyone else in order to reach their full potential.

Crons communicates this message through four separate product categories: Team Gear, Lifestyle Apparel, Nutritional Products, and School Programs. Crons is a national brand with its message-themed and motivational merchandise and apparel already in use by more than 500 schools and organizations in 25 states.

Crons perpetuates its message through its Achievers Program, designed to teach students the importance of setting and achieving goals. The program focuses on fostering skills that will help young people set smart, measurable goals now and in the future – leading to academic, personal and professional success.