Andre Foreman

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Andre Foreman, Salisbury 

Andre Foreman is the all-time leading scorer in the history of NCAA Division III basketball, finishing his career with 2,940 points, while also finishing his career with 1,315 rebounds. Foreman also set the NCAA Division III record for field goals in his career with 1,140. For his career, he averaged 27.0 ppg and 12.1 rpg.  During his senior year (1991-92), he helped the Seagulls to the best season in school history with a 28-2 record, which also included a school record 27-game win streak. During his junior season, he led the country in scoring with 31.5 ppg. Foreman was a two-time First Team NABC All American (1990-91 and 1991-92), and was named as the 1991-92 NABC National Player of the Year. When he finished his career, he had set 17 Salisbury records, including career, season and game scoring, as well as career rebounds and steals, among many others. He led his team in scoring and rebounding all four years, and was named as the team’s MVP all four seasons. Foreman is considered the greatest player in school history and has been inducted into the Salisbury Hall of Fame.