Northwest Missouri State University point guard Trevor Hudgins has been named as a finalist for the 2022 Bevo Francis Award presented by Small College Basketball.

The winner of the 2022 Bevo Francis Award will be announced tonight, at halftime of the NCAA Division I National Championship.

Hudgins put together one of the best seasons ever by an NCAA Division II men’s basketball performer. Hudgins averaged 23.0 points and 4.3 assists per game and led all NCAA men’s basketball players in points scored (897) this season. Hudgins was one of 15 players in all of the NCAA’s men’s basketball divisions to have scored at least 700 points this season and one of four players to reach 800 points during the season.

Among NCAA Division II men’s basketball players this season, Hudgins ranked number one in the nation in total points (897), three-point field goals made (168), three-point field goals made per game (4.31) and in three-point field goals attempted (405). His 168 made three-pointers set the NCAA Division II single-season record. Hudgins was the only NCAA men’s basketball player this season to have made at least 11 three-pointers in three different games.