His three three-pointers in that contest were the most since he made six treys in a 33-point outburst Nov. 20 in a 101-75 loss to the University of North Carolina, the top seed in the Midwest region.
The season also ended for a trio of local stars from the Baltimore Catholic League, including Mount St. Joseph graduates Henry Sims and Eric Atkins and Cardinal Gibbons alumnus Dylon Cormier.
Sims had 15 points, five assists and four rebounds as third-seeded Georgetown (24-9), upended 14th-seeded Belmont (27-8), 74-59, in the first round of the Midwest bracket.
The 6-foot-10 center, who led the Hoyas in assists (3.5) and was second in rebounding (6.2) and third in scoring (11.7), played his final game of his Georgetown career two days later in a 66-63 loss to North Carolina State.
Atkins, the sophomore starting point guard for seventh-seeded Notre Dame (22-12), was on the losing end of a 67-63 loss to 10th-seeded Xavier (23-12) in the first round. He had seven points and three steals.
Paul Kouvaris, a senior at Division III York College and Catonsville native, played in the 2012 Reese's Division III College All-Star Game on Saturday, March 17 at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, VA.
The game was played as part of the 2012 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Championship weekend.
Kouvaris, a former teammate of Loyola's Cormier, was named the Capital Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year and was named first-team All-Middle Atlantic Region by both the NABC and d3hoops.com.
He led the CAC in scoring (16.9 points per game) while averaging a team-high 6.6 rebounds a game.
Kouvaris, who finished his Spartan career 11th on York's all-time scoring list, had 56 points in three victories in the CAC tournament that earned the Spartans a berth to the NCAA Division III tournament where they lost to Franklin & Marshall.