Voss named a NAIA All-American

Former Worthington Trojan Boys Basketball standout Jalen Voss, currently a sophomore at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell (SD), is adding more postseason accolades to his resume as the Worthington native has now been named an All-American by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

Jalen Voss was selected as a Division II Honorable Mention All-American Selection. Voss, who was also named to the All-Great Plains Athletic Conference's First Team, led the Tigers in nearly every statistical category this season. He led the team in scoring at 14.2 points per game, led DWU in rebounding, pulling down 9.9 rebounds per game and blocked shots with 44 blocks. He led the team in scoring 11 times this season and grabbed the most rebounds on the team in 26 of DWU’s 31 games.

Voss finished the year 10th in the GPAC in scoring and first in the conference and sixth in the NAIA in rebounds per game. He was also third in the GPAC in total blocks and finished first in the GPAC and tied for third in the nation with 17 double-doubles. Voss also finished fourth in the NAIA in total rebounds with 308 and 19th in field-goal percentage, shooting .563 from the field.

Information from this story was provided by the Dakota Wesleyan Athletic department and can be found at their website at http://www.dwuathletics.com

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