College basketball: UMD's Myer named to all-region first team

Bulldogs senior is program's all-time leading scorer and NSIC's Player of the Year.

Minnesota Duluth senior forward Brandon Myer was named to the NCAA Division II Conference Commissioner's All-Central Region first team Friday.

Myer started all 31 games in his senior campaign and led the team in scoring at 23.7 points per game (second in the NSIC), rebounding at 9.7 per game, field-goal percentage at 52.8, steals with 52 (second in NSIC) and blocks with 30. He also finished second on the team in assists with 76.

Myer became UMD’s all-time leading scorer with 2,045 points and was the school’s first NSIC Player of the Year since 2002-03.

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