Saint Martin’s Kyle Greeley picked for NABC Div II All-Star Basketball Game


Saint Martin’s University men’s basketball guard Kyle Greeley was chosen as one of the best NCAA Div II players in the West region and represented the Saints in the 2024 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) - Reese Div II All-Star Game held last February 29, Friday 6:00 p.m. CT, at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.

The Division II All-Star Game featured the top senior talent across Division II, with rosters including representation from each Division II region voted by members of the NABC.

And it’s rightfully so that the six-foot-five senior guard Greeley was drafted as one of the best players in the nation after leading the Saints in this season’s campaign in men’s collegiate basketball.

"This is so well deserved; beyond the incredible talent that Kyle possesses, he is an even better person," said Saints Head Coach Aaron Landon. "There is nobody better to represent our program and university at this prestigious event than Kyle Greeley."

In this season’s campaign in the NCAA and the GNAC, Greeley led the Saints in scoring and rebounds, tallying an average of 16.5 points per game and 6.8 boards per game at an average of 29.6 minutes and 47.2% FG while also having 1.6 assists per game.

Over the course of his three seasons of balling for the Saints, he has scored nearly 1,300 points and boxed almost 500 rebounds, earning himself a key role in earning back-to-back GNAC regular season top seeds while leading the Saints this season, where they earned the first-ever NABC #1 ranking in school.

Greeley was also shortlisted earlier in the NABC Div II All-District First Team in the West Region.


No comments on this item Please log in to comment by clicking here