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Hannahs Selected To USA East Coast All-Star Team

Arkansas men’s basketball’s newest addition Dusty Hannahs will get a chance to represent the Razorbacks later this summer at the 2014 Four Nations Cup, as the Little Rock native was named to the USA East Coast All-Star team on Wednesday.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas men’s basketball’s newest addition Dusty Hannahs will get a chance to represent the Razorbacks later this summer at the 2014 Four Nations Cup, as the Little Rock native was named to the USA East Coast All-Star team on Wednesday.
 
Hannahs and the rest of the USA East Coast All-Star team will participate in the 2014 Four Nations Cup via an invite from the Estonian Federation. Members of the USA East Coast All-Star team also include players from Syracuse, South Carolina, Iowa and Maryland with South Carolina head coach Frank Martin serving on the staff.
 
USA East Coast will hold a two-day training camp on July 31st and August 1st on the campus of Columbia University before arriving in Estonia where it will play its first three games against the National Teams of Estonia (Aug. 4) and Slovakia (Aug. 5) along with a French Team (Aug. 6). The team will then ferry across the Gulf of Finland to play a friendly match against the National Team of Finland on Aug. 7.
 
A transfer from Texas Tech, Hannahs joined the Razorbacks at the start of the first session of summer school, but will have to sit out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA four-year transfer rules.
 
Over his two seasons at Texas Tech, Hannahs averaged 7.3 points while shooting a solid 37 percent (87-234) from three-point range and 89 percent (85-96) from the free throw line. As a sophomore last season, Hannahs scored a career-high 25 points at West Virginia, hitting a perfect 7-for-7 from three-point land while passing out six assists. Over his 63 career games as a Red Raider, Hannahs reached double figures 18 times and a hit three-pointer in 47 contests.
 
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