NEC Basketball Standouts Garner NAC All-Conference Honors
HENNIKER, N.H. – Three New England College basketball players have been named North Atlantic Conference (NAC) All-Conference for their performance on the court throughout the 2012-13 season.
On the men’s side senior guard Abdirahman Mohamed (Biddeford, Maine) garnered NAC Second Team All-Conference honors.
Mohamed started all 26 games for the Pilgrims and led the team in scoring averaging 15.2 points per game. Mohamed’s senior season was highlighted on Feb. 8 in a win over Maine Maritime as he became the fourteenth men’s basketball player in program history to reach the 1,000th point plateau, for his career he finished ranked ninth all-time in scoring with 1105 career points.
For the women senior forward Kate Levy (Woods Hole, Mass.) and junior guard Kayla Lawlor (Cocoa Beach, Fla.) were named to the NAC Second Team All-Conference. Levy has started all 26 games so far for the Pilgrims and is currently second on the team in scoring averaging 12 points per game, in addition to her scoring Levy leads the team in steals with 50 and is third in assists averaging 2.3 per game. Lawlor has also started all 26 games for the Pilgrims and currently leads the team in scoring averaging 13.9 points per game.
Lawlor is second on the team in assists averaging 2.9 per game and third on the team in steals with 45 this season.