Forward Tim Coenraad captured the Wollongong Hawks Most Valuable Player award at the club's end of season dinner on Thursday night.
Coenraad appeared in 26 of the team's 28 regular-season games, averaging 10.7 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists. He made 47.1 per cent of his shots, 40 per cent of his three-pointers and a career-high 88 per cent of his free throws.
The 29-year-old was also acknowledged by Hawks fans for his consistent efforts in 2014-15 by claiming the Members' MVP trophy.
After playing behind dual Olympian Glen Saville in his first four years with the Hawks, Coenraad has established himself as one of the team cornerstones over the past two seasons.
Wollongong coach Gordie McLeod believes Coenraad deserves all the credit for his growth as a player.
"This is something that hasn't happened by chance, because ever since Timmy's been at the club he's worked his absolute tail off," McLeod said.
"He had a great mentor [Saville].
"He had someone he really had to battle to get to where he is now. He was against that every day.
"The results Timmy has got this year is a reflection of the dedication and hard work he's put in over that whole time.
"The one thing with Tim is that he's leaving no stone unturned in trying to be the best professional he can be, in all things he does.
"It's great to see him get the results and the reward of having a really consistent year."
Hawks captain Oscar Forman won the Players' Player award, while long-serving strapper Phil Driscoll was named Club Person of the Year.