Lang, a 6-11 center from Gastonia, was given the Carmichael-Cobb Award as the team's best defender. Lang led the Tar Heels with 33 blocked shots, averaged 14.0 points and 6.0 rebounds per game and shot 50.2 percent from the floor.
Will Johnson, a junior from Hickory, was named the team's Most Inspirational Player and was selected the squad's top scholar.
Jonathan Holmes, a junior from Bloomington, Ind., was the recipient of the Rick Sharp Award, given to the player who contributes the most behind the scenes.
Jawad Williams, a freshman from Cleveland, Ohio, won the Butch Bennett Award. The Bennett Award is given to the freshman that best exemplifies determination, sportsmanship and sacrifice for the good of the team.
Statistical award winners were: Brian Bersticker (highest field goal percentage), Adam Boone (most assists and most good plays), Brian Morrison (most charges drawn), Lang (most blocked shots) and Capel (highest free throw percentage, most rebounds and most screens).