Salisbury's Foreman, Hopkins' Enfield named to All-American teams

March 19, 1991

Salisbury State junior Andre Foreman, who averaged 31.5 points and 12.4 rebounds, was a first-team selection on the Division III All-American team selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Johns Hopkins senior Andy Enfield earned third-team honors.

A 6-foot-6 forward who attended Stephen Decatur High in Berlin, Foreman was the nation's top scorer and the No. 7 rebounder. A double-figure scorer in all 80 of his collegiate games, Foreman has 2,193 points in three seasons with the Sea Gulls. The NCAA Division III record is 2,796, and the all-time record at a Maryland college is 2,672.

Foreman scored 40 points or more in seven of Salisbury State's 29 games and was in double figures for both points and rebounds 25 times. He led the Sea Gulls to a 22-7 record and a berth in the NCAA tournament.

A 6-1 guard from Shippensburg, Pa., Enfield is the all-time leading free throw shooter in NCAA history, making 92.5 percent during his four-year career. With 2,025 points, he is Johns Hopkins' all-time leading scorer.

Foreman is joined on the first team by Wittenburg's Brad Baldridge, the Player of the Year; Rochester center Chris Fite, Christopher Newport's Lamont Strothers and Otterbein's James Bradley.

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