(STATS) -- James Madison junior quarterback Bryan Schor was named CAA Football Offensive Player of the Year on Tuesday and Villanova senior defensive lineman Tanoh Kpassagnon was chosen as the conferences Defensive Player of the Year.Schor was one of 10 Dukes selected to the all-conference first team. He was joined by five seniors, running back Khalid Abdullah, wide receiver Brandon Ravenel, offensive lineman Mitchell Kirsch, cornerback Taylor Reynolds and punt returner Rashard Davis; and four juniors, tight end Jonathan Kloosterman, offensive lineman Aaron Stinnie, defensive lineman Andrew Ankrah and safety Raven Greene.Schor completed 156 of 213 passes for 2,026 yards and 18 touchdowns to just three interceptions and added 545 rushing yards and nine TDs. He led the FCS in completion percentage (73.2) and ranked second in passing efficiency (178.2 rating).Kpassagnon finished 12th in the FCS with 19 tackles for loss and tied for 21st with 8 1/2 sacks to lead a Villanova unit that ranked third in the FCS in scoring defense (14.9 points per game) and total defense (265.1 yards per game).James Madisons Mike Houston was named Coach of the Year, Davis was the Special Teams Player of the Year, Towson freshman running back Shane Simpson earned Offensive Rookie of the Year honors and New Hampshire freshman cornerback Prince Smith Jr. was selected as Defensive Rookie of the Year. New Hampshire senior cornerback Casey DeAndrade took home the Chuck Boone Leadership Award.---=CAA FOOTBALL POSTSEASON AWARDS=OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- Bryan Schor, QB, James MadisonDEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- Tanoh Kpassagnon, DL, VillanovaOFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR -- Shane Simpson, RB, TowsonDEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR -- Prince Smith Jr., CB, New HampshireSPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- Rashard Davis, PR, James MadisonCOACH OF THE YEAR -- Mike Houston, James MadisonALL-CAA FIRST TEAMOFFENSEQB -- Bryan Schor, James Madison, Jr.RB -- Khalid Abdullah, James Madison, Sr.RB -- Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks, Albany, So.FB/HB -- Anthony Manzo-Lewis, Albany, Jr.WR -- Brian Brown, Richmond, Sr.WR -- Brandon Ravenel, James Madison, Sr.WR -- Micah Wright, Maine, So.TE -- Jonathan Kloosterman, James Madison, Jr.OL -- Thomas Evans, Richmond, Sr.OL -- Mitchell Kirsch, James Madison, Sr.OL -- Tad McNeely, New Hampshire, Sr.OL -- Timon Parris, Stony Brook, Jr.OL -- Aaron Stinnie, James Madison, Jr.OL -- Jerry Ugokwe, William & Mary, Sr.DEFENSEDL -- Andrew Ankrah, James Madison, Jr.DL -- Winston Craig, Richmond, Sr.DL -- Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova, Sr.DL -- Patrick Ricard, Maine, Sr.DL -- Cam Shorey, New Hampshire, Sr.LB -- Charles Bell, Delaware, Jr.LB -- Austin Calitro, Villanova, Sr.LB -- Omar Howard, Richmond, Sr.LB -- Michael Nicastro, Albany, Sr.LB -- Christophe Mulumba Tshimanga, Maine, Sr.CB -- Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire, Sr.CB -- Taylor Reynolds, James Madison, Sr.S -- Raven Greene, James Madison, Jr.S -- Rob Rolle, Villanova, Jr.SPECIALISTSPK -- Griffin Trau, Richmond, So.P -- Jake Ryder, Towson, Sr.KR -- Shane Simpson, Towson, Fr.PR -- Rashard Davis, James Madison, Sr. Wholesale Hurricanes Jerseys . 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ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Tamika Catchings scored 26 points a day after the death of her former Tennessee coach, Pat Summitt, and the Indiana Fever beat the Chicago Sky 95-83 on Wednesday.Catchings hit a 3-pointer with 7:33 left in the first quarter and immediately pointed toward the sky in a tribute to Summitt, who died Tuesday.In the fourth quarter, Catchings found Tiffany Mitchell in the corner for an open 3-pointer to push Indianas lead to 82-68. On the Fevers next possession, Catchings spun her defender and completed a 3-point play for a 17-point lead.Erlanaa Larkins added 15 points and nine rebounds for Indiana (7-9), which is ranked No.dddddddddddd 9 in the AP power poll. Catchings was 7 of 11 from the field, including 3 of 4 behind the arc, and hit all nine of her free throws.She scored 14 points in the first half as Indiana held a 44-38 lead. Elena Delle Donne led the way for Chicago with 12 points at the half.Delle Donne finished with 21 points for eighth-ranked Chicago (6-9). ' ' '