REVISED: Division I MBB All-American?s Announced

REVISED: Division I MBB All-American?s Announced

By Chad Waller, NAIA Director of Communications & Sports Information

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Association All-America Committee has announced the addition of Dominique Rambo of SAGU (Texas) as the 2012 – 13 NABC-NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Co-Player of the Year, along with Vic Moses of Georgetown (Ky.).

All of the selections are made by the All-America Committee and comprises a First, Second, Third and Honorable Mention Team. There are 10 members on each of the first three All-America teams.

Rambo led the Lions to a school-record 33-win season and national runner-up finish at the championship. The Red River Athletic Conference Player of the Year led the NAIA in steals per game (3.6), ranked 14th in scoring (19.5) and 28th in assists (4.0). The native of Dallas, Texas, poured in at least 10 points in 36 of his 38 games played and went for a season-high 43 against Texas Wesleyan on March 2. For his play at the championship, which included averages of 19.0 points, 4.6 assists and 3.8 steals, Rambo was named with the Charles Stevenson Hustle award.

Moses (pictured top left) helped the Tigers to a 28-8 overall record and second national championship title in school history. He is the first Tiger to win the award since the program started in 1994. The forward from Lexington, Ky., led the NAIA in field goal percentage (.669), ranked third in rebounding (9.7), 30th in blocks per game (1.16) and 31st in scoring (17.1). His 18 season double-doubles was one shy of the NAIA individual best. He rattled through the national championship with 17.0 points and 13.6 rebounds while shooting 56 percent. Moses was a 2011 NAIA Second Team All-American.
Chris Briggs of Georgetown was named the 2012 – 13 Rawlings-NAIA National Coach of the Year. He led the Tigers to their second national championship in school history and first since 1998. During a 28-8 campaign, Briggs had the program rank in the NAIA’s top 10 in numerous statistical categories, including second in blocks per game (4.6) and rebounding margin (+10.0), sixth in scoring offense (84.4) and field goal percentage (.491) . He wrapped up his second season as head coach with a 54-17 record.

Briggs is the third Georgetown coach since the awards were given in 1954, joining Bob Davis (1959) and Jim Reid (1994 and 1996).

Three individuals were repeat selections from a year ago: Preston Branson of Westmont (Calif.), Jordan Dressler of Columbia (Mo.) and Rustin Dowd of MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.). Branson and Dressler were repeaters from the 2012 Second Team, while Dowd made it to the Third Team for the second-straight year.

Note below – The second change is adding Rodney Milum of LSU Shreveport (La.) to the Honorable Mention team listed below. He was listed on the original paper documentation but, due to an oversight, failed to be added to the news release on March 20.

2012—13 Division I Men's Basketball All-American's

1ST TEAM        
Name School Pos. Yr. Hometown
Will Barnes Lee (Tenn.) G Sr. Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Preston Branson& Westmont (Calif.) G Sr. Dallas, Texas
Jamar Briscoe Pikeville (Ky.) G Sr. Baltimore, Md.
Dakota Downs Concordia (Calif.) F Sr. Hemet, Calif.
Jordan Dressler& Columbia (Mo.) F Sr. Columbia, Mo.
Jeremiah Dunnings William Carey (Miss.) G Jr. Biloxi, Miss.
Vic Moses^ Georgetown (Ky.) F Sr. Lexington, Ky.
Dominique Rambo^ Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) G Jr. Dallas, Texas
Kris Rosales Hope International (Calif.) G Sr. Bellflower, Calif.
Charlie Shorter Mid-America Christian (Okla.) G Sr. Dallas, Texas
^ Co-Players of the Year        
2ND TEAM        
Name School Pos. Yr. Hometown
Brandon Davis LSU Shreveport (La.) G Jr. Pomona, Calif.
Kalen Kimberland Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) G Sr. Columbia, Ky.
Robert Martinez Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) G Sr. Houston, Texas
Alvin Nance Philander Smith (Ark.) F Sr. Marion, Ark.
Marshawn Norris Culver-Stockton (Mo.) G Sr. Jackson, Mich.
Jake Owsley Montana Western F Jr. Bozeman, Mont.
Norris Rumph Science & Arts (Okla.) G Sr. Savannah, Ga.
Jeremy Rodgers Martin Methodist (Tenn.) F Sr. Memphis, Tenn.
Trevor Setty Pikeville (Ky.) F Sr. Maysville, Ky.
Marcel Towns Great Falls (Mont.) G Jr. Tempe, Ariz.
3RD TEAM        
Name School Pos. Yr. Hometown
P.J. Bolte Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) F Sr. Tacoma, Wash.
Anthony Dorsey Truett-McConnell (Ga.) G Sr. St. Petersburg, Fla.
Rustin Dowd% MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) G Sr. Olathe, Kan.
Denzell Erves Xavier (La.) F So. Vicksburg, Miss.
Jamorris Gaines Lee (Tenn.) F Jr. Sylvester, Ga.
David Johnson Oklahoma Baptist G Sr. Chicago, Ill.
Zack Kleine Evangel (Mo.) F Jr. Mt. Vernon, Mo.
Travis Lampley St. Thomas (Texas) G Sr. Houston, Texas
Robert Lovaglio Loyola (La.) F Sr. Winter Park, Fla.
David Rawlinson West Virginia Tech G Sr. Las Vegas, Nev.
Richard Johnson Allen (S.C.)
Charlie Wallrapp Benedictine (Kan.)
Caleb Hardy Bethel (Tenn.)
David Cline Biola (Calif.)
Jose Rivera Cal State San Marcos
Vernon Payne Campbellsville (Ky.)
Elliott Black Central Methodist (Mo.)
Melvin Tillman Central Methodist (Mo.)
Derrick Dilworth Columbia (Mo.)
Devin Griffin Columbia (Mo.)
Tim Harris Concordia (Calif.)
Austin Keaton Culver-Stockton (Mo.)
Antonio Bumpus Cumberlands (Ky.)
Adrain Justice Emmanuel (Ga.)
Michael Stanley Emmanuel (Ga.)
Jamarious Alderson Faulkner (Ala.)
Darrell Miller Fisk (Tenn.)
Reggie Gilmore Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)
Jeremy Kilgore Hope International (Calif.)
Demetrius Smith Huston-Tillotson (Texas)
Abel Galliguez John Brown (Ark.)
Coleson Rakestraw John Brown (Ark.)
Jacob Champoux Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)
Latraius Mosley Life (Ga.)
Greg Thomas Life (Ga.)
Rodney Milum LSU Shreveport (La.)
Josh Watson Martin Methodist (Tenn.)
LeAndre' Johnson Missouri Baptist
Jordan Epps Missouri Valley
Devin Jackson Montana State-Northern
Adam Greger Montana Tech
Chase Adams Oklahoma Baptist
Charlton Jones Oklahoma City
Melvin Rowe Park (Mo.)
Sean Montgomery Robert Morris (Ill.)
Jeremy Nicolas Rocky Mountain (Mont.)
Donald Williams Rogers State (Okla.)
Tyler Morgan Shawnee State (Ohio)
Nikola Lambic Southern Wesleyan (S.C.)
Clyde Moore Southern-New Orleans (La.)
Fayzon Richey St. Gregory's (Okla.)
Bryan Kaase St. Thomas (Texas)
Juan Gray Tougaloo (Miss.)
Preston Wynne Vanguard (Calif.)
Brandon Allen Voorhees (S.C.)
Jake Orchard Westminster (Utah)
Jordan Sachs Westmont (Calif.)
Daron Bell William Carey (Miss.)
Kyle Harvey Williams Baptist (Ark.)
Wanto Joseph Xavier (La.)

Championship Information

NAIA DI Men's Basketball Championship

March 18-24, 2020
Municipal Auditorium
Kansas City, Mo.