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2009-10 NAIA Division II Men's Basketball All-America Teams Announced

March 16, 2010
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March 16, 2010

POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2009-10 Division II Men's Basketball All-America teams. Players are selected by the All-America committee. Steve Briggs from Oklahoma Wesleyan was named the State Farm/NAIA National Player of the Year after leading his team back to the national semifinals and averaging over 21 points per game. Briggs and Nathan Menefee (Evergreen State) are the lone repeat members of the first team.

2009-10 NAIA DIVISION-II ALL AMERICA FIRST TEAM

*#Steve Briggs

Oklahoma Wesleyan University

G

SR

5' 10"

Duncanville, Tex.

Scott Buschman

Viterbo University

F

SR

6' 7"

Naperville, Ill.

Zach Coverstone

Indiana Wesleyan University

C

SR

6' 9"

Columbia City, Ind.

Darrin Dorsey

Dakota Wesleyan  University

G

JR

6' 2"

Phoenix, Ariz.

Luke Enos

Black Hills State University

F

JR

6' 7"

Faith, S.D.

Ricky Jackson

Walsh University

F

SR

6' 7"

Chicago, Ill.

Errick McCollum II

Goshen College

G

SR

6' 1"

Canton, Ohio

*Nathan Menefee

Evergreen State College

G

SR

5' 10"

Tacoma, Wash.

Justin Parnell

Oregon Institute of Technology

G

SR

6' 4"

Sutherlin, Ore.

DeJovaun Sawyer-Davis

University of Saint Francis

F

JR

6' 4"

Anderson, Ind.

 SECOND TEAM

Ricardo Alliman

Cedarville University

C

SR

6' 7"

Kingston, Jamaica

Jordan Gregg

Eastern Oregon University

F

SR

6' 7"

Lewiston, Idaho

*Sean High

Central Christian College

G

SR

5' 11"

Chicago, Ill.

*Antonio Jones

St. Thomas University (Fla.)

G

SR

5' 10"

Miami, Fla.

John Lierman

Aquinas College

G

SR

6' 4"

Holt, Mich.

Eric Lorenzi

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

F

SR

6' 5"

Gainesville, Fla.

Sadiel Rojas

Oklahoma Wesleyan University

F

JR

6' 4"

Duncanville, Texas

Jeremiah Slough

Hastings College

G

SR

6' 1"

Doniphan, Neb.

Avery Tyler

Bellevue University

G

JR

6' 1"

Omaha, Neb.

*Corey Viet

Grand View University

F

SR

6' 5"

Ackley, Iowa

*Repeat Second Team NAIA All-Americans

 

 

 

 

                   

THIRD TEAM

Eric Dummeruth

Notre Dame College

F

SO

6' 6"

Dover, Ohio

*Derell Henderson

Warner University

F

SR

6' 7"

Winter Haven, Fla.

Romar Jones

Friends University

G

SR

6' 3"

Wichita, Kan.

Ryne Lightfoot

Bethel College (Ind.)

G

SR

6' 2"

Wakarusa, Ind.

Matt Malloy

University of Sioux Falls

G

JR

5' 9"

Parkston, S.D.

Omar Reed

Bluefield College

C

SR

6' 7"

Tazwell, Va.

Jeremy Shardo

Walsh University

G

JR

6' 0"

Yorkshire, Ohio

Trey Triplett

Cardinal Stritch University

F

SR

6' 4"

Lisle, Ill.

Mikah Turner

Berea College

G

SR

6' 3"

Maysville, Ky.

*Brady Wiebe

Dakota Wesleyan University

F

JR

6' 6"

Madison, S.D.

*Repeat Third Team NAIA All-Americans

 

 

 

 

                   

HONORABLE MENTION

Orlando Anderson                                    Valley City State University (N.D.)

Cain Atkinson                                            Black Hills State University (S.D.)

Eric Avant                                                    St. Mary University (Kan.)

D.J. Baisden                                              Spring Arbor University (Mich.)

Andrew Baker                                            Johnson & Wales University (Colo.)

Chris Beals                                                Cedarville University (Ohio)

Kody Braddix                                              Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.)

Preston Broughton                                   Dakota Wesleyan University (S.D.)

Will Bruinsma                                            Trinity Christian College (Ill.)

David Butler                                                Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.)

Eric Coblentz                                              Malone College (Ohio)

Antoine Dade                                             Bellevue University (Neb.)

Devon Dawson                                          Daemen College (N.Y.)

Kelvin DeVries                                           Cornerstone University (Mich.)

Lorenzo Ecford                                          Davenport University (Mich.)

Michael Eekhoff                                         Dordt College (Iowa)

Jazzmarr Ferguson                                   Indiana Southeast

Joseph Foster                                           Oregon Institute of Technology

Matt Geelan                                                Briar Cliff University (Iowa)

Jake Glisson                                              Warner Pacific University (Ore.)

Jared Howerton                                         College of the Ozarks (Mo.)

Lester Hunte                                              Northwood University (Fla.)

Chris Jackson                                           Friends University (Kan.)

Keith Kuentsling                                        Mount Mercy College (Iowa)

Nate Lebsock                                            Dickinson State University (N.D.)

Craig McGee                                              College of Idaho

Andrew Medeiros                                      The California Maritime Academy

Kris Miller                                                    William Penn University (Iowa)

C.J. Peeters                                               Jamestown College (N.D.)

Brent Reynolds                                          Siena Heights University (Mich.)

Tyler Rigby                                                  Indiana University East

Cordero Seymore                                     Milligan College (Tenn.)

Caleb Simons                                           Cornerstone University (Mich.)

David Swanson                                         Grace College (Ind.)

Daniel Van Kalsbeek                               Northwestern College (Iowa)

Ben Voogd                                                  Northwest Christian University (Ore.)

Josh Vorst                                                  University of Northwestern Ohio

Louis Williams                                          Fisher College (Mass.)
Rodd Williams                                          Bethany College (Kan.)