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By Andrew Jantke | 2018/19 season will be the most men in history at the Division 1 NCAA level, out of South Australia

July 15, 2018

After last year when we announced the largest ever crop of division 1 college commits out of South Australia (History made in South Australian Basketball - FOUR Athletes Commit to NCAA Div 1 Men's programs in the 2017 class) we hoped the state could back it up.  

 

Again this year there are a total of FOUR division 1 commits again from South Australia, with THREE of the FOUR featured athletes too.  The fourth, Uche Dibiamaka, played for South Australia Metro, the Sturt Sabres and Norwood Flames before heading to US High School and has been a past blogger for www.highperformancehoopsnetwork.com (By Uche Dibiamaka | A journey of commitment, passion and development from Aussie pathways through to the US High School pathway).

 

PICTURED: Uche Dibiamaka has committed to University of Texas Rio Grande Valley for the 2018/19 season

 

With 9 men in total from South Australia playing division 1 college basketball next season, this collective cohort of athletes represents the largest ever group of division 1 players out of the state in history. 

 

  • Sophomore, Isaac White at Stanford, in the Pac 12, from Sturt Sabres

  • Redshirt Freshman, Lat Mayen at TCU, in the Big 12, from Sturt Sabres 

  • Sophomore, Jacob Rigoni at Quinnipiac, in the MAAC, from Sturt Sabres

  • Redshirt Freshman, Brent Hank, at Albany in the AEC, from Central Districts Lions

  • Freshman, Ben Carter, at Montana in the Big Sky, from Sturt Sabres

  • Freshman, Alex Mudronja, at St Marys in the WCC, from Sturt Sabres

  • Freshman, Owen Hulland, at Hawaii in the Big West, from Norwood Flames

  • Freshman, Uche Dibiamaka, at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in the WAC, from Norwood Flames

  • Juco transfer, Lwal Dung, at Wyoming in the Mountain West Conference

 

 

Throw in Joe Ingles’ NBA success too, and this is exciting for South Australian basketball