Minister Selected To Participate In NEBCA All-Star Game

Minister Selected To Participate In NEBCA All-Star Game

Babson Park, Mass. - Clark University senior sharpshooter Jack Minister (Manchester, England) has been selected to participate in the New England Basketball Coaches Association (NEBCA) Division III Senior All-Star Game this Sunday, April 18 at Babson College it has been announced.

Minister will join several of the region's finest players including NEWMAC foes Pat Crean of Springfield and Billy Johnson of MIT, with all proceeds benefitting the Coaches vs. Cancer campaign.

Minister appeared in 29 games this past season helping the Cougars advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, finishing third on the team in scoring (8.4) and was first on the team in three-pointers made (52).

He was at his best when it counted the most, averaging 18.5 points in the NEWMAC Semifinals and Championship game, while connecting on 9-of-16 three-pointers. For his efforts, he was named NEWMAC Player of the Week.

In addition to Minister, Clark assistant coaches John Ginnity and Patrick Oroszko will serve as the coaches for the Home team.

The rosters were selected by several committees made up of area college coaches including Babson College head coach Stephen Brennan, the NEBCA President.

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