Wright State junior guard Mark Alstork was named Second Team All-District 12 as the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced its men's basketball postseason awards Wednesday.
Alstork (Dayton, OH/Thurgood Marshall) ranks third in the league in overall scoring at 19.0 points per game, eighth in assists per game at 3.5, fourth in free throw percentage at 85% and seventh in threes made per game at 2.2. He posted the league’s fourth-best scoring performance with his career-high with 39 points against Toledo. Twice, he had the league’s most free throws in a game with 15 made versus Miami and CSU Bakersfield.
The Horizon League Player of the Week on November 14 and November 21, Alstork led the nation in scoring early in the season and now ranks 63rd overall and 70th in free throw percentage. The Dayton native, who collected his 1,000th career point against Valparaiso at home, finished with the second best junior scoring mark with 608 total points. Seth Doliboa holds the junior scoring record with 625 points.
For the season, Alstork scored in double figures 27 times, including 17 times of 20 or more points. He had 30 or more points three times, including 33 points at Horizon League foe Youngstown State. Over the last nine games of the season, he has averaged 23.0 points. He grabbed a career-best 12 rebounds against Cleveland State at home in early January.
Prior to the Horizon League Tournament, Alstork became the 18th Wright State player to earn First Team honors since league play started in 1992.
|Mike Daum||South Dakota State|
|Cameron Morse||Youngstown State|
|Matt Mooney||South Dakota|
|Mark Alstork||Wright State|
|Paul Miller||North Dakota State|