Sophomore guard Duoth Gach was named the Mon-Dak Conference Player of the Year as announced by the conference on Tuesday morning. Gach received 101 points, edging Dawson Community College sophomore Cameron Dunfee, who received 97 points.
With the honor, Gach becomes the sixth player to win Mon-Dak Conference MVP Stu Engen’s eight seasons, joining Melvin Newbern Jr. (2018), James Batemon III (2017), Julian Walters (2016), Johnny Woodard (2015) and Bretson McNeal (2013).
Gach (Austin, MN) averaged 21.4 points and 3.8 rebounds. He shot 53 percent from the field and 50 percent from 3-point range, knocking down a conference-best 62 triples.
Sophomore Mohamed Kone and freshman Khari Broadway were both selected to the second team.
Kone (Apple Valley, MN) averaged 10.8 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists. He shot 54% from the field and 38% from 3. Broadway (Brooklyn Park, MN) averaged 13.9 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists.
NDSCS finished the season 25-6. It was the ninth consecutive season the program has won at least 25 games.
Men’s Team Champions: Dawson Community College (14-0)
Coach of the Year: Joe Peterson
Most Valuable Player: Duoth Gach, NDSCS
1st Team All-Conference
Camron Dunfee, DCC
Gedeon Buzangu, MCC
Man Man Baker, DCC
Cecelio Montgomery, UTTC
Kyler McGillis, BSC
Kobey Lam, WSC
Nick Jiles, UTTC
2nd Team All-Conference
Eden Holt, WSC
Issac Abergut, MCC
Devin Collins, DCC
Beau Santistevan, DCC
Mohamed Kone, NDSCS
Khari Broadway, NDSCS
Deondre Northey, MCC