McGrew Led the Nation In Rebounding for 2015-16 Season

McGrew Led the Nation In Rebounding for 2015-16 Season

BUCKHANNON – The NCAA Division II statistical committee released the final men's basketball statistics for the 2015-16 season and West Virginia Wesleyan's Tanner McGrew was first in the nation in rebounding with 12.4 rebounds per game.

The 6-6 senior forward from Buckhannon was tied for second nationally in double-doubles with 19.

Wesleyan ended the year with a 17-13 record and advanced to the MEC Quarter-Finals.

For a listing of the top NCAA Division II rebounders, please click here.