The College of Wooster’s Nick Everett was one of six players voted to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 7 first-team, as announced by the coaching organization on Tuesday. Additionally, Everett was named second-team All-Region 7 by, the popular website dedicated to covering NCAA Div. III basketball.

The North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year set new conference and Wooster single-season program records with an astounding 72.8 (134-of-184) field-goal percentage. Everett finished just shy of qualifying for the NCAA Div. III all-time record book, which requires an average of five made field goals per game. Had Everett qualified, his 72.8 field-goal percentage would rank within the top-25 all-time in Div. III history.

 Everett ranked second on the team in scoring at 13.5 points per game. The 6-8, 250-pound senior’s physicality overmatched nearly every team Wooster played. He made a program-record 24 consecutive field goals spanning Jan. 17 to Feb. 3, with the run snapped two shy of tying the all-time NCAA Div. III record of 26. Everett’s year opened with a career-high 25 points in a 78-60 win over the University of Rochester, and by year’s end, the career-best was upped to 26 points, which came in an 83-80 overtime win against DePauw University in the quarterfinals of the NCAC Tournament.

The two-time all-conference performer scored at least 18 points six times this season. He averaged 15.7 points over the last 13 games of the season and shot 82.8 percent (77-of-93) from the floor during that stretch. An 11-of-11 night against DePauw headlined the near-83-percent stretch, and also included in there are a pair of 7-of-7 games against Denison University and DePauw in the regular season.

Everett secured at least eight rebounds three times this season, with a high of 10 coming against Edgewood College on Dec. 29. He had three blocked shots at Wittenberg University on Feb. 13 and logged four games with three steals.