The following is from the Montana Tech Sports Information Department:
KANSAS CITY, Mo.- thAsa Williams

The senior from Solon, Ohio averaged 16.5 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game. He was named to the Frontier Conference 1st Team All-Conference after the Frontier Tournament. In his time at Montana Tech, he scored 968 points, while shooting 44.9% from the field. During his playing time at Montana Tech, Asa helped secure back-to-back Frontier Conference regular season championships, along with back-to-back Frontier Conference tournament championships.

Elijah Malone of Grace (Ind.) was named the NAIA Player of the Year after guiding the Lancers to an incredible 34-2 record and a berth to the NAIA Fab Four. Additionally, Drew Stutts of Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) was named the NAIA Coach of the Year after leading the Lions to a come-from-behind win to capture the 2024 NAIA Men's Basketball Red Banner. Grace's Scott Moore was named the NABC-NAIA Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

Two teams of 12 players each and a third team of made-up of 19 players comprise the full list. Oklahoma Wesleyan and The Master's (Calif.) both had two players listed on the second team, the only schools to have more than one player listed on any given team. College of Idaho and Langston (Okla.) both had two selections named to different teams.

As a whole, six players moved from honorable mention a season ago to one of the three NAIA All-America teams in 2024. Of that group, Anthony Brown of MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) was the only player to move from honorable mention in 2023 to first team in 2024. Cevin Clark of Southwestern (Kan.) was the lone player to remain a first team selection in 2024 after earning the honor in 2023. Zach Goodline, Jaden Lietzke, Tyler Schmidt, Kaleb Lowery, Michael Hayes and Drew Wyman were also returning All-America selections from a year ago.


1Andrew CookCarroll (Mont.)GJr.Huntington Beach, Calif.
1Samaje MorganCollege of IdahoGSo.Eugene, Ore.
1Jonathan BrownCumberlands (Ky.)GSr.London, England
1Quan LaxFreed-Hardeman (Tenn.)PGR-So.Bolivar, Tenn.
1Elijah Malone &Grace (Ind.)CSr.LaGrange, Ind.
1Reggie ThomasHastings (Neb.)GSo.Omaha, Neb.
1Javan BuchananIndiana WesleyanFSo.Lafayette, Ind
1Vincent MiszkiewiczKeiser (Fla.)FJr.South Elgin, Ill.
1Anthony RoyLangston (Okla.)GJr.Oakland, Calif.
1Kashie NattLSU Alexandria (La.)GJr.Rayville, La.
1Anthony Brown *MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)GSr.Olathe, Kan.
1Cevin Clark ^Southwestern (Kan.)GSr.Arkansas City, Kan.


2Tyshon JudgeFlorida CollegeGJr.Camden, N.J.
2Zach Goodline ^Huntington (Ind.)GGr.Coloma, Mich.
2Ezra McKenna *Mobile (Ala.)FJr.Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
2Alex Van KalsbeekNorthwestern (Iowa)FSo.Sheldon, Iowa
2Jaden Lietzke ^Oklahoma WesleyanFJr.Owasso, Okla.
2DJ Talton JrOklahoma WesleyanGJr.Fort Worth, Texas
2Tyler Schmidt &Olivet Nazarene (Ill.)GSr.Valparaiso, Ind.
2CJ HallSAGU (Texas)GJr.Mansfield, Texas
2Cobie BarnesSt. Mary-of-the-Woods (Ind.)FSr.Floyds Knobs, Ind.
2Milton Matthews *St. Thomas (Fla.)GSr.District Heights, Md.
2Kaleb Lowery ^The Master's (Calif.)FJr.San Diego, Calif.
2Ty HarperThe Master's (Calif.)GJr.Norcross, Ga.


3Michael Hayes %Antelope Valley (Calif.)GSr.Tracy, Calif.
3Trent HudgensArizona ChristianGJr.Phoenix, Ariz.
3Drew Lutz *Bethel (Ind.)GSr.Granger, Ind.
3Deshawn CorprewCentral Baptist (Ark.)GSr.Norfolk, Va.
3Drew Wyman &College of IdahoGJr.Great Falls, Mont.
3Collin ParkerColumbia (Mo.)FJr.Montgomery City, Mo.
3Noah Schutte *Concordia (Neb.)FJr.Laurel, Neb.
3Kyran JonesGeorgetown (Ky.)FSr.Bowling Green, Ky.
3Dejon Barney *IU South Bend (Ind.)FSr.South Bend, Ind.
3Jun MurdockKansas WesleyanGSr.Wichita, Kan.
3Toru DeanLangston (Okla.)GSr.Miami, Fla.
3Brandon BeaversLawrence Tech (Mich.)GSr.Columbus, Ohio
3Darren JonesMayville State (N.D.)FJr.San Bernadino, Calif.
3Landon SeamanMenlo (Calif.)CJr.Vacaville, Calif.
3Follie BoganMilligan (Tenn.)GGr.Brookhaven, Miss.
3Asa WilliamsMontana TechFSr.Solon, Ohio
3Jamison GuerraOregon TechGJr.Sherwood, Ore.
3Jamal GibsonSUNO (La.)FFr.New Orleans, La.
3Najee JonesTexas CollegeGJr.Baton Rouge, La.

Note: For the first time in 2023-24, all NAIA All-America teams from every sport are comprised of three teams. No honorable mentions are selected and every conference player of the year is guaranteed a spot on at least the third team.

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