Saturday, March 7, 2015

Three From Kentucky Wesleyan Named to All-G-MAC Teams

Three Kentucky Wesleyan players were recently named to the G-MAC all-conference teams.

Former Madison Central star Ken-Jah Bosley was named All-G-MAC First Team.

Here's a release from KWC:

Kentucky Wesleyan's Ken-Jah Bosley, C.J. Blackwell and Devin Langford were named to the All-Great Midwest Athletic Conference basketball teams, as voted by the league's coaches.

Bosley, a 6-1 sophomore guard from Richmond, Ky. (Madison Central HS), captured first team honors. He leads the Panthers in scoring (17.6 ppg), field goal percentage (85.0%) and minutes played (31.4 mpg). He is second in three-pointers (36), assists (77) and steals (27). Bosley ranks No. 10 in NCAA free throws made (175). His shooting percentages include 45.6 from the field and 33.3 from three-point territory

Blackwell and Langford received second team recognition.

Blackwell, a 6-5 junior forward from Los Angeles (Taft Union Charter High School), leads KWC in rebounding (5.3) and three-pointers (45). He is second in free throw percentage (82.9), blocks (8) and minutes played (25.3); and third in assists (42) and steals (26). Blackwell has shot 43.8 percent from the field and 38.8 percent from three-point arc in starting 22 of 28 game played.

Langford, a 6-7 junior from Huntsville, Ala. (Robert E. Lee HS), ranks third in scoring (10.3) and rebounding (3.5); and second in field goal percentage (54.2) and blocks (8). His other shooting percentages are 30.2 from three-point percentage and 75.3 from the free throw line. Langford also collected 37 assists and 22 steals in 27 contests with 14 starts.

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