Penn State Behrend's Tommy DiRienzo has been named the 2024 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Men's Basketball Player of the Year, while Matthew McDonough earned Second Team All-Conference honors. DiRienzo led the AMCC in points, free-throw percentage, and was among the top players in rebounds and assists. McDonough, on the other hand, ranked high in points, three-pointers, and percentages.

By the Numbers
  • DiRienzo finished the regular season as the AMCC leader with 468 points
  • DiRienzo's free-throw percentage was 83.7, ranking first in the conference
  • McDonough tallied a conference-high 70 made three-pointers
  • McDonough's three-point percentage was 40.9, ranking sixth in the conference
State of Play
  • DiRienzo becomes the 12th player in program history to be named AMCC Player of the Year
  • The Lions will face Saint Vincent in the Eastern Collegiate Athletics Conference (ECAC) Quarterfinals on March 2