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Davidson, Hallstrom Named To All-NCAC Basketball Team

Wabash college junior Jack Davidson and senior Harrison Hallstrom have been named to the 2020 All-North Coast Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Team. Davidson earned a place on the All-NCAC First Team. Hallstrom received Honorable Mention All-NCAC honors. Davidson is a now a three-time all-conference honoree. He earned a place on the 2018 All-NCAC Second Team and was named the NCAC Newcomer of the Year Award. Last year Davidson was named the NCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Year as an All-NCAC First Team selection. Davidson averaged 20.1 points per game for the Little Giants this season, the second-best average in the conference this season. The junior guard scored a total of 522 points this season. Davidson ranks sixth in Wabash history in career scoring with 1,647 points. He led the NCAC and ranked 24th among Division III players in three-point field goal percentage by hitting 43.8 percent of his long-range attempts. He made 77 three-point field goals, the fifth-most in a single season by a Wabash player. Davidson also finished second in the NCAC in assists with 103. He is seventh in Wabash history in assists with a total of 252 through 78 career appearances. He also ranked third in the conference and 35th in Division III in free throws made with a total of 129. Davidson's 508 career free throws made rank second in Wabash history. Davidson received Preseason Fourth Team All-America honors from He was the National Association of Basketball Coaches Great Lakes Region Player of the Year. Davidson was also named to the NABC All-America First Team and was an Academic All-America Second Team selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Hallstrom, a senior post player for the Little Giants, earned all-conference honors for the second time in his career after being selected to the 2019 All-NCAC Second Team. Hallstrom averaged 11.2 points and 9.2 rebounds this season to rank third among conference players in boards per game. He finished second in the conference in offensive rebounds per game with an average of 3.28 per contest. Hallstrom finished his career with a total of 1,139 points and 795 rebounds. He is one of only four players in the 123-year history of Wabash basketball to record more than 1,000 points and 700 rebounds. Hallstrom ranks third in all-time rebounds for the Little Giants and 18th in scoring. He appeared in 104 total games to tie for the seventh-most games played. His 94 career starts rank fourth in Wabash history. The Little Giants finished the season with an overall record of 17-9 with a 13-5 record in NCAC games to finish second in the final regular season conference standings for the second consecutive season.

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