YORK, PA – York College senior Dalton Myers has been selected to be a part of a fan vote to get himself into the 2018 Reese's Division III College All-Star game in Salem, Virginia.
Spartan fans will have the opportunity to select Myers for one of the two teams in the 2018 Reese's® Division III College All-Star Game. The game will be played on March 17 prior to the NCAA® Division III Men's Basketball Championship game at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, Va., beginning at 3:30 p.m. Reese's is the official candy partner of the NCAA.
Voting will take place on the front page of D3hoops.com (www.d3hoops.com), starting at noon ET on Tuesday, March 6, and running through noon ET on Thursday, March 8. Fans will be able to choose from a list with the top senior student-athlete in each of the eight Division III regions whose team is no longer participating in the NCAA Tournament. The two with the most votes will join 16 other seniors, two from each region, who were selected by a committee vote.
Following the online voting, the Division III all-star executive committee will add the top two candidates nationally who are not playing in the Final Four and haven't been selected in the first 18. These two selections complete the two 10-player teams.
Myers led the Spartans to a 24-5 season as the Green and White won their third Capital Athletic Conference championship and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
The senior ended his career with 1,499 points as he is ninth on the all-time scoring list, 25 points behind former All-American Nick Brady. Myers finished 12th in points per game (14.4 ppg), seventh in field goals made (560), 13th in field goals attempted (1,043), 11th in field goal percentage (.537), 10th in free throws made (301), 12th in free throws attempted (408), 13th in total rebounds (522), third in blocked shots (92), fourth in blocked shots per game (0.9), tied for 11th in games played (104), fourth in games started (96), and seventh in minutes played (3,085)
Myers, a two-time first-team All-CAC selection, finished fourth in the CAC in scoring, fifth in field goal percentage, ninth in three-point field goal percentage, sixth in free throw percentage, and 11th in blocks per game.