Philip Hutcheson

Philip Hutcheson, Lipscomb

Four-time NAIA All-American 1987 (3rd Team), 1988 (Second Team), 1989 (First Team), 1990 (First Team); finished career as college basketball’s all-time leading scorer with 4,106 points (later surpassed by former Lipscomb teammate John Pierce); 1990 NAIA Player of the Year; Named the CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year for 1988-89 and 1989-90 (finished with a perfect 4.0 GPA for his career);  Basketball Times College Division Player of the Year in 1988-89 and Co-Player of the Year in 1989-90; scored in double figures every single game of his career (155 games);  Selected to the All-Tournament team in every single tournament, for all four years; Won NAIA’s Emil S. Liston Award; Member of the NAIA’s 75th Anniversary Team; Inducted into Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and the Lipscomb Hall of Fame.  First player to ever have his number retired at Lipscomb.

Please see below the induction of Philip Hutcheson into the 2018 SCB Hall of Fame 

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