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Weber State basketball: Jeremy Senglin earns All-District First Team honors

Jeremy Senglin shoots the ball. He set a Big Sky single-season record with 132, 3-pointers this season, the most of any player in the country.
Jeremy Senglin shoots the ball. He set a Big Sky single-season record with 132, 3-pointers this season, the most of any player in the country.
Robert Casey, Weber State Athletics

After a record-setting season, Weber State senior Jeremy Senglin has earned First Team All-District honors by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). The All-District teams are selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC.

He is one of five players named to the District 6 NABC All-District First Team, joining Eastern Washington’s Jacob Wiley, Idaho’s Victor Sanders, Montana State’s Tyler Hall and New Mexico State’s Ian Baker.

Senglin recently completed one of the best seasons and careers in Weber State and Big Sky Conference history. He started all 34 games for the Wildcats this season and scored 719 points, the second-most points in a season in WSU history. He averaged 21.1 points per game, which is the 10th best season average. He scored in double figures in all but two games and scored 20 or more points in 25 of WSU’s 34 games.

This season he set a school and Big Sky Conference record with 132, 3-pointers. He made more 3-pointers this season than any player in the country and finished the year second in the nation in 3-pointers per game and sixth in 3-point percentage.

Senglin earned First Team All-Big Sky Conference honors for the second-straight year and led the Wildcats to 20 wins, a trip to the Big Sky Tournament title game and the second round of the CIT Postseason Tournament.

He finished his four-year career as one of the best players in school history. He leaves as Weber State’s all-time leading scorer with 2,078 career points in his 124 career games. He also ranks second in Big Sky history in career scoring. He also finishes his career as Weber State’s and the Big Sky’s career leader in 3-pointers with 345. He is also first in Weber State history in career games started with 123 and ranks in the WSU career top 10 in 12 different categories.

The Arlington, Texas, native earned Second Team All-District honors as a junior in 2015-16.

Senglin is the fourth Wildcat in the last six seasons to earn All-District honors, joining Damian Lillard (2012), Davion Berry (2013 and 2014) and Joel Bolomboy (2015 and 2016).

Paul Grua is the Director of Athletic Communications at Weber State University.