West Virginia State's Ted Scott was named to the Division II All-American first team.
The Junior was third in the balloting.
Scott led the nation in scoring with 27 points per game and sixth in three point shots made per game.
Concord's Tyrone Anderson was the only other player in the WVIAC named to the All-American team.
He made the third team.
The Monaco Grand Prix extends back to 1929, and a few people are talented enough to have won the event multiple times. Fernando Alonso will try to be the first person to win for three different teams. (NBC Sports)