FULLERTON, Calif. -- Cal State Fullerton senior guard D.J. Seeley was one of three Big West Conference players named to the Division I National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 9 Team, earning second-team honors as selected and voted on by the coaches and announced by the organization on March 20.
The complete list features 242 student-athletes from 24 districts across the country as Seeley is joined by Long Beach State's James Ennis (first team) and UC Santa Barbara's Alan Williams (second team).
Seeley, who missed the better part of the team's final five games of the regular season due to a foot injury, finished his senior year averaging 17.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game while shooting .472 from the field, .412 from three-point range, and .808 from the line. He ranked second on the team with 108 assists (3.86 apg) and led the team and Big West with 2.00 spg (56 steals overall).
The senior from Stockton finished the year ranked in the top 10 in the league in scoring (3rd), free throw percentage (fifth), assists (sixth), three-point percentage (seventh), three-pointers made per game (fifth), assist-to-turnover ratio (ninth), and minutes (sixth).
He was an All-Big West Conference Second-Team selection in 2012-13 -- only one of 15 players to earn multiple first- or second-team honors in a career -- and became only the 21st player to reach 1,000 career points (and the sixth-fastest in school history) with a 21-point night against Cal Poly on Feb. 20.