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Basketball Times Announces 2007-08 Division I Men's Basketball All-America Team

March 27, 2008
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March 27, 2008

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Basketball Times, the leading newspaper dedicated to major and small-college basketball, has picked the 2007-08 Basketball Times / NAIA Division I Men's Basketball All-America Teams. These All-America Teama will appear in the April issue of Basketball Times.

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2007-08 Basketball Times / NAIA Division I Men's Basketball All-America Team - March 27
FIRST TEAM
NAME, SCHOOL                                                       HT               YR
Ollie Bailey, Oklahoma City                                   6-7              Sr.
Gordon "Gus" Chase, Georgetown (Ky.)            6-2              Sr.
Othyus Jeffers, Robert Morris (Ill.)                        6-5              Sr.
Josh Porter, LSU-Shreveport (La.)                       6-3              Sr.
James Spencer, Mountain State (W. Va.)           6-4              Sr.

SECOND TEAM
NAME, SCHOOL                                                       HT               YR
Nestor Colmenares, Campbellsville (Ky.)         6-7              Jr.
Glen Dandridge, Lambuth (Tenn.)                       6-6              Sr.
Jeff Ferguson, Pikeville (Ky.)                                 6-10            Sr.
Kameron Gray, Oklahoma City                             6-1              Sr.
Matt Neaville, Union (Tenn.)                                  6-0              Jr.

THIRD TEAM
NAME, SCHOOL                                                       HT               YR
Phil French, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.)                         6-7              Sr.
Mike Gordy, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)                6-5              Sr.
Brad Harris, Lee (Tenn.)                                        6-3              Sr.
Jon Meriweather, Park (Mo.)                                  6-8              Jr.
Mark Roussin, California Baptist                         6-7              Jr.

Co-Player of the Year - Othyus Jeffers, Robert Morris (Ill.)
Co-Player of the Year - Josh Porter, LSU-Shreveport (La.)
Coach of the Year - Happy Osborne, Georgetown (Ky.)