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Mulder earns NJCAA 1st-Team All-American status; Dodd named to 2nd-Team, Clemons garners 3rd-Team honors

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The 2014-15 NJCAA All-America teams for all six divisions of National Junior College Athletic Association men’s and women’s basketball were released Tuesday, and Vincennes University sophomore Mychal Mulder was named to the Men’s Div. I First-Team All-American list. Trailblazer Everett Clemons was named to the Men’s Div. I Third-Team All-American list and VU sophomore Nicole Dodd earned Women’s Div. I Second-Team All-American Honors.
All-American selections were made by committees appointed to pick each division’s three All-American teams and Honorable-Mention list.
Mulder was honored after he scored 865 points in two seasons with the Trailblazers. His two-season scoring average was 12.1 points per game and his rebounding average for his VU career was 5.7 boards per contest. In 2014-15, when VU assembled a 33-2 record, the 6-4 Mulder led the Trailblazers in scoring at 15.7 ppg. His 6.9 rebounds per game was second on the team.
Clemons played in 31 of VU’s games in 2014-15 and was the primary player in charge of running the Trailblazers’ offense. He dished out 7.8 assists per game while averaging 9.4 points and 5.1 rebounds. Over his two-year career at VU, Clemons played in 67 games and posted career averages of 5.7 assists, 7.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game.
Dodd capped off her Trailblazer tenure with a sophomore season in which she played in all 33 of VU’s games and averaged 16.6 points while pulling down 5.5 rebounds per game as VU finished 29-4. Her two-year totals for 63 games played at VU include 1,036 points scored. Dodd averaged 16.4 points and 5.1 rebounds as a Trailblazer.
See more at: http://www.njcaa.org/

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