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Montana State Brit duo Jubrile Belo and Great Osobor have both been recognised in the Big Sky Conference’s end of year awards.
Jubrile Belo is named to the conference All-Second Team, wrapping up his career as one of the best big men in MSU history, averaging 12.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game this season.
During his Montana State career, Belo ranks sixth in points (1,560), fifth in rebounds (749), plus second in free throws made (507) and free throw attempts (691), breaking MSU’s career blocks record this season with 160 and counting.
Additionally, he is one of five active Division I players with over 1,500 career points, 700 rebounds and 150 blocks, as he earned all-conference honours for the fourth time in his highly decorated career.
Great Osobor has been named the Big Sky’s Top Reserve.
The sophomore from Bradford, England is MSU’s third-leading scorer at 9.7 points per game and the second-leading rebounder at 4.4 boards per game — all while averaging just 18.4 minutes per game.
The 2021 Hoopsfix All-Star Classic MVP has broken his career high with 23 points and tied his career-best with 12 rebounds this season, plus he recorded the first three double-doubles of his collegiate career this season.
Next up for the Bobcats – who also feature Brit Caleb Fuller – are the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament, held at the Idaho Central Arena starting Sunday, March 5 at 8 p.m. MT. The 2-seed Bobcats will play the winner of the 7-seed Portland State and 8-seed Northern Colorado.