Courtesy: Spencer Farrin (Moscow, Idaho)
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Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 03/13/2013
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University of Idaho senior Kyle Barone was a first-team Western Athletic Conference choice of, while junior Stephen Madison earned third-team honors and sophomore Connor Hill was a fourth-team choice.

Barone will leave Idaho as the most productive post player in school history. With at least one game to go, he already has played in more games (125) than any other Vandal. Barone also is fourth on the all-time career points (1,414) list, fifth on the all-time field goals made (518) list, third on the all-time field goal percentage (58.3) list, second on the all-time rebounds list (863) and third on the all-time blocked shots (124) list. His 16 double-doubles on the season rank eighth in the NCAA>

Madison is the team's second-leading scorer at 14.5 points per game off of 48.2 percent field goal shooting. He has made 27 3-point goals and handed out 63 assists, while pulling down 139 rebounds.

Hill already has climbed to sixth on the career 3-point goals list with 132, which includes 85 - fourth for a single season, with WAC tournament games still ahead of him. He also is fourth on the career 3-point percentage (.424) list and for 2012-13 is third (.450) on the single-season list. His 3-point percentage ranks eighth in the NCAA this season.

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