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NCAA.com | March 18, 2014

NABC releases all-district teams and coaches

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced on Tuesday the 2014 NABC Coaches’ Division III All-District teams and coaches, recognizing the best men’s collegiate basketball student-athletes and coaches in the division, selected by member coaches of the NABC in NCAA Division III.

2014 NABC COACHES’ ALL-DISTRICT TEAMS AND COACHES – NCAA DIVISION III
*District Player of the Year

SOUTH
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Jonathan Blount, CentenaryJake Davis, Emory
Jaumonee Byrd, Maryville (Tenn.)Derrick Jefferson, Hardin-Simmons
AJ Myres, SchreinerRobert Kitzinger, Trinity (Texas)
Kyle Schleigh, Texas-DallasAndre Simon, Randolph Macon
Larry Thomas, Birmingham SouthernDonovan Whiteside, Centre
DJ Woodmore, Virginia Wesleyan* 
Coach of the Year: Terry Butterfield, UT-Dallas
NORTHEAST
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Joey Flannery, BabsonJoshua Ford, Mitchell
Mike Garrow, Eastern Connecticut StateDane Jobst, Worcester State
Michael Mayer, WilliamsJoey Kizel, Middlebury
Ryan Sheehan, NicholsGabriel Moton, Brandeis
Aaron Toomey, Amherst*John Swords, Bowdoin
Darius Watson, Albertus Magnus 
Coach of the Year: David Hixon, Amherst
GREAT LAKES
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Xavier Brown, WoosterTommy Fernitz, DePauw
Shawn Greenfield, Mount AloysiusTJ Gillespie, Mount Union
Malcolm Heard II, WilmingtonScott Masin, Wittenberg
Tyler Kruis, CalvinIsaac Turner, St. Vincent
Dillon Stith, St. VincentNate VanArendonk, Hope
Doug Thorpe, Wooster* 
Coach of the Year: Dave Niland, Penn State-Behrend
WEST
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Tyler Gaffaney, Claremont-M-SChas Cross, Wisconsin-Platteville
Matt Greenfield, Central (Iowa)KJ Evans, Wisconsin-Whitewater
Trevor Hass, Wisconsin-Stevens PointConnor Gunderson, St. Olaf
Dan Kornbaum, AugsburgKyle McAndrews, Pomona-Pitzer
Dustin McConnell, WhitworthBryce Williams, Crown
Tyler Tillema, Wisconsin-Stevens Point* 
Coach of the Year: Bob Semling, Wisconsin-Stevens Point
ATLANTIC
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Josh Blamon, Richard StocktonBobby Brackett, TCNJ
Javae King-Gilchrist, William Paterson*Javon Cox, Staten Island
Ordel Goldson, Montclair StateDonte Howell, Mount Saint Mary (N.Y.)
Andre Nixon, PurchaseBloochy Magloire, Staten Island
John Snow, Rutgers-NewarkJoel Neri, Purchase
Michael Woods, York (N.Y.) 
Coach of the Year: Gerry Matthews, Richard Stockton
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Mike Coleman, DeSalesKevin Agnew, Lebanon Valley
Ross Danzig, ScrantonBrad Bolen, Messiah
Adam Honig, DickinsonNick LaGuerre, St. Mary’s (Md.)
David Langan, WesleyFran Rafferty, Cabrini
Brian Parker, AlverniaGerry Wixted, Dickinson
Aaron Walton-Moss, Cabrini* 
Coach of the Year: Jerry Kobasa, Wesley
EAST
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Richie Bonney, HobartJohn Coleman, Clarkson
Brad Ford, NazarethJoe Gibbons, Hobart
John Ivy, Brockport*Evan Kupferberg, New York University
Gordon Lyons, Geneseo StateKevin McMahon, Cortland State
Jordan Prior, Morrisville StateJustin Mitchell, Buffalo State
Jared Suderley, Hartwick 
Coach of the Year: Greg Dunne, Brockport
MIDWEST
FIRST TEAMSECOND TEAM
Brandon Gries, St. NorbertAlan Aboona, Washington (Mo.)
Chris Klimek, Washington (Mo.)Kam Cerroni, St. Norbert
Tyler Peters, Wheaton (Ill.)*Victor Davis, Illinois Wesleyan
Julian Strickland, Rose-HulmanLandon Gamble, North Central
Austin Stueck, Milwaukee EngineeringBrady Slagle, MacMurray
Andrew Ziemnik, Illinois Wesleyan 
Coach of the Year: Gary Grzesk, St. Norbert

 

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