EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - After a prolific high school career, Alex Hemenway was named all-conference, all-state, a McDonald’s All-American nominee and now he caps his senior season with the honor of being named an Indiana All-Star on Tuesday.
The Clemson commit becomes just the fifth Knight in school history to receive the honor. The last player to earn the nod was Jack Nunge in 2017.
Hemenway averaged 28 points, nearly 5 rebounds a game and shot 48% from beyond the arc during his senior season. He finished his Castle playing career as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,765 career points. He also holds the mark for most points in a single game with 53 versus Thurgood Marshall in the 2017 Bosse Winter Classic.
The Indiana and Kentucky All-Stars will play each other this year at Bellarmine on June 7th and at Bankers Life on the 8th.