ETOBICOKE, ONT -- Tyrone Dickson (Scarborough) continues his march to rewrite the Humber Hawks record books. The six-foot-six forward already owns the Humber records for most rebounds (667) and most blocked shots (153). On Wednesday evening against the Redeemer Royals, he moved up the Hawks' all-time scoring list.
Fifth-year forward Tyrone Dickson moves up the Hawks' career scoring list, surpassing Clyde Walters for third all-time.
With his 12-point performance in front of a large home crowd at the Humber Athletic Centre, Dickson surpassed Clyde Walters (763) to move into third place all-time in scoring with 769 career points. Walters played in 88 regular season games for the Hawks from 1978-1983.
He now trails Hall of Famers Patrick Rhodd (1,164) and George McNeil (1,148) on the all-time list.
Dickson came into the game tied with Henry Frazer with 757 career points and is currently one of five players in the OCAA averaging a double-double this season.
Through four-plus seasons, Dickson has accumulated numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including:
2014-15 National Championship
2015-16 OCAA Championship
2 x CCAA Championship All-Star
2 x OCAA All-Star
2015-16 OCAA Championship Most Valuable Player
2014-15 West Division Defensive Player of the Year
2014-15 Humber Male Athlete of the Year
2013-14 OCAA Rookie of the Year