KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Central Michigan graduate student Kyle Randall was named this week to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Division I All-District Second Team and is now eligible for the NABC Coaches' All-America teams.
Randall was the Mid-American Conference's leading scorer at 18.3 points per game and was voted to the All-MAC Second Team in his first year in the conference. He also ranked among the league leaders in assists (12th), free throw percentage (2nd), three-point field goals (7th) and minutes played (2nd).
Also a national presence, he ranked among the top 40 players in the country in scoring (33rd) and free throw percentage (40th).
The NABC all-district teams are comprised of 242 student-athletes from 24 districts.
In his only season with the Central Michigan, Randall put together one of the all-time great season in program history, ranking among the top Chippewas in scoring, three-point field goals and free throws.