The 2004-2005 All-Skyline Conference Menís Basketball Team was announced on Tuesday, March 1st, 2005 with Farmingdale receiving multiple awards.
Junior forward Kenny McMillan has been selected as the Skyline Conference Player of the Year after helping the Rams to an 18-7 regular-season record and a perfect 14-0 mark in Skyline Conference play. McMillan led the conference in both rebounding (11.0) and steals (3.36) while ranking third in field-goal percentage (.549) and fourth in scoring (18.4 points). In 28 games through the Skyline Conference Tournament, McMillan has recorded 15 double-doubles. He scored his 1,000th career point on January 29 in just his third season.
First year head coach Erik Smiles has been recognized as the Skyline Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Rams to a 20-8 record and 14-0 mark in Skyline Conference play. Picked fourth in the Skyline preseason poll, Smilesí squad earned the top seed in the conference tournament after going unbeaten in regular-season conference play. Farmingdale State is now the third seed in the ECAC Metro Tournament.
Senior forward Damien McKenzie was named to the Second Team All-Skyline. A senior starting forward for the Rams, Damien is second on the team in scoring and finished 18th in the conference (11.8 points). Damien became the All-Time leading scorer at Farmingdale on February 26th with a total of 1,340 points.
Junior guard Dashawn Warren was selected to the All-Skyline Second Team. Dashawn totaled 102 assists this year as the Rams starting guard. He is the fourth leading scorer for the Rams with 10.4 points and second in steals with 45. He averaged 1.92 field goals per game and shot .302 from three-point range throughout regular season play.
Congratulation to Coach Smiles and all his student-athletes on a great season!!