The voting was done by the conference’s head coaches, sports information directors and beat reporters.
Maynor (684 votes) averaged 17.8 points per game and 5.3 assists per contest. In addition to Maynor the others on the All-CAA First Team were: George Mason's senior forward Will Thomas (631 votes); Hofstra's senior guard Antoine Agudio (597 votes); UNC Wilmington's senior guard T.J. Carter (511 votes); VCU's senior guard Jamal Shuler (480 votes ).
On the league's Second Team were (in order of voting): Folarin Campbell, Mason; Matt Janning, NU; Vlad Kuljanin, UNCW; Frank Elegar, Drexel; Gerald Lee, ODU.
Update: Will Maynor turn pro after the season? Click here to read the answer in Tim Pearrell's "Leap Year?" in Friday's Richmond Times-Dispatch.