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UGF's Towns Named 2nd Team All-American

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University of Great Falls men's basketball senior guard Marcel Towns was named to the NAIA Division I All-American Second Team.

The announcement came Wednesday from the NAIA national office.

Five players were repeat selections with Kyle Teichmann of Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) the only one in the group to be a three-time All-American. The two-time All-Americans were: Brandon Davis of LSU Shreveport (La.), Zack Kleine of Evangel (Mo.), Dominique Rambo of SAGU and Towns of Great Falls (Mont.).

Towns wrapped up a prolific career this season and was named back-to-back Frontier Conference Player of the Year his junior and senior campaigns. He was also a First Team All-Conference selection and led the league in points (21 points per game) and steals (93).

Towns was recently honored in playing in the inaugural NAIA All-Star game on March 22. He chipped in 13 points and helped the Division I team get the victory over the Division II squad.

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.

 

2013-14 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball All-Americans

First Team

Name Institution Pos. Yr. Ht. Hometown

Devin Griffin Columbia (Mo.) G Sr. 6-0 Fairview Heights, Ill.

Michael Stanley Emmanuel (Ga.) G Jr. 6-1 Mobile, Ala.

Kyle Teichmann ^* Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) C Sr. 6-6 Brentwood, Tenn.

Monty Wilson Georgetown (Ky.) G Sr. 6-4 Decatur, Ill.

De'End Parker Cal State San Marcos G Sr. 6-6 San Francisco, Calif.

Brandon Davis % LSU Shreveport (La.) F Sr. 6-3 Pomona, Calif.

Bruce Reed Pikeville (Ky.) F Sr. 6-8 Olathe, Kan.

Dominique Rambo $ SAGU (Texas) G Sr. 5-10 Dallas, Texas

Preston Wynne Vanguard (Calif.) G Sr. 6-1 Wellpinit, Wash.

Daron Bell William Carey (Miss.) G Sr. 6-3 Waveland, Miss.

 

Second Team

Talib Uqdah Arizona Christian G Sr. 5-11 Detroit, Mich.

Melvin Tillman Central Methodist (Mo.) G Sr. 6-0 Richmond, Ind.

Reggie Burke Coastal Georgia G Jr. 6-2 Tampa, Fla.

Zack Kleine # Evangel (Mo.) F Sr. 6-5 Mt. Vernon Mo.

Marcel Towns % Great Falls (Mont.) G Sr. 6-2 Tempe, Ariz.

Semar Farris Mid-America Christian (Okla.) G Jr. 5-5 Fort Worth, Texas

Xavier Roberson Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) G Sr. 6-1 Houston, Texas

Keala King Pikeville (Ky.) G Sr. 6-5 Compton, Calif.

Marty Wilkerson St. Gregory's (Okla.) G Jr. 5-9 Memphis, Tenn.

Chris Gorman Vanguard (Calif.) G Jr. 5-11 Oceanside, Calif.

 

Third Team

James Johnson Culver-Stockton (Mo.) F Sr. 6-5 Saginaw Mich.

Cameron Lewis Fisk (Tenn.) G Jr. 6-3 Nashville, Tenn.

Latraius Mosley Life (Ga.) G Sr. 6-6 Athens, Ala.

Craig Anderson Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.) G Jr. 6-3 Harlem, N.Y.

Luke Thomas MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) F Sr. 6-8 Raymore Mo.

Xavielle Brown Park (Mo.) G So. 6-2 Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Chris Cantino Pikeville (Ky.) F Jr. 6-8 Philadelphia, Pa.

Tyree Anderson Rocky Mountain (Mont.) G Jr. 6-3 Las Vegas, Nev.

Brandon Peters Talladega (Ala.) G Jr. 6-2 Houston, Texas

Markus Monroe Wayland Baptist (Texas) G Sr. 6-2 Monrovia, Calif.

 

Honorable Mention

Sedrick Johnson Avila (Mo.)

Charlie Wallrapp Benedictine (Kan.)

Andre Murillo Biola (Calif.)

Darrie Stephens Brewton-Parker (Ga.)

Malcolm Lemmons Cal State San Marcos

Eric Gaines Campbellsville (Ky.)

R.J. Scott Cumberlands (Ky.)

Antonio Valiente Edward Waters (Fla.)

JJ Williams Evangel (Mo.)

Orlando Bass Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)

Gilbert Gyamfi John Brown (Ark.)

McCall Tomeny Loyola New Orleans (La.)

Will Nelson LSU Shreveport (La.)

Jordan Layrock Lyon (Ark.)

Everrett Pleasant Northwood (Texas)

Aaron Abram Oklahoma Baptist

R.J. McGhee Oklahoma City

D'Alvin Brown Philander Smith (Ark.)

Elisha Justice Pikeville (Ky.)

Jeremy Nicolas Rocky Mountain (Mont.)

Joel Barndt Rocky Mountain (Mont.)

Jahseth Lloyd Science & Arts of Oklahoma

Cameron Solomon Southern Wesleyan (S.C.)

Bryan Kaase St. Thomas (Texas)

Tallon Robertson Westminster (Utah)

CJ Miller Westmont (Calif.)

Phillip Miller Wiley (Texas)

Donovan Walker William Carey (Miss.)

James McClain Williams Baptist (Ark.)

Sydney Coleman Xavier (La.)

 

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