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Summit League releases men and women’s pre-season polls

The Summit League has released its men and women’s pre-season basketball poll.

In men’s basketball Oral Roberts was picked as the conference favorite with 28 first place votes. Behind them was South Dakota State at #2 and the University of South Dakota right behind them at #3. North Dakota State was picked to finish fourth while Denver rounded off the top five. Oral Roberts Max Abmas was named the pre-season player of the year.

2022-23 Preseason Summit League Player of the Year
Max Abmas – Oral Roberts
 
Preseason All-Summit League First Team
Max Abmas, Oral Roberts, Jr., G (24.1 ppg/3.6 rpg/3.9 apg)*
Luke Appel, South Dakota State, Gr, F (11.1 ppg/4.2 rpg)
Frankie Fidler, Omaha, So., F (15.2 ppg/4.1 rpg)
Trenton Massner, Western Illinois, Sr., G (17.9 ppg/6.7 rpg/4.1 apg)
Zeke Mayo, South Dakota State, So., G (10.6 ppg/2.7 rpg/2.1 apg)
Grant Nelson, North Dakota State, Jr., F (10.5 ppg/4.4 rpg/1.7 bpg)

Preseason All-Summit League Second Team
Mason Archambault, South Dakota, Sr., G (15.6 ppg/2.8 rpg/2.2 apg)
Issac McBride, Oral Roberts, Jr., G (13.9 ppg/2.8 rpg/1.9 apg)
Kruz Perrott-Hunt, South Dakota, Jr., G (15.8 ppg/4.6 rpg/2.2 apg)
A.J. Plitzuweit, South Dakota, Jr., G (22.1 ppg/4.2 rpg/3.9 apg; 2020-21 stats)
Tevin Smith, Denver, So., G (12.3 ppg/3.1 rpg)

2022-23 Summit League Men’s Basketball Preseason Coaches’ Poll

RankSchoolPoints (1st)2021-22 Record (SL)
1.Oral Roberts731 (28)19-12 (12-6)
2.South Dakota State668 (11)30-5 (18-0)
3.South Dakota602 (1)19-12 (11-7)
4.North Dakota State54923-10 (13-5)
5.Denver43211-21 (7-11)
6.Kansas City31019-12 (12-6)
7.Western Illinois29416-16 (7-11)
8.St. Thomas28910-20 (4-14)
9.Omaha2795-25 (4-14)
10.North Dakota1746-25 (2-16)

In women’s basketball South Dakota State was picked to win the conference with 36 first place votes. Behind them was South Dakota in second place. Rounding off the top five included Oral Roberts, North Dakota and North Dakota State. South Dakota State’s Myah Selland was named the pre-season Summit League women’s player of the year.

2022-23 Preseason Summit League Player of the Year
Myah Selland, South Dakota State
 
2022-23 Preseason All-Summit League First Team
Kacie Borowicz, North Dakota, Sr., G (21.1 ppg/5.1 rpg/4.2 apg/95.7 FT%)
Paiton Burckhard, South Dakota State, Sr., F. (11.2 ppg/5.8 rpg/2.3 apg/73.7 FT%)
Heaven Hamling, North Dakota State, Sr., G (14.3 ppg/4.9 rpg/2.8 apg/88.2 FT%)
Tirzah Moore, Oral Roberts, So., F, (14.8 ppg/6.0 rpg)
Paige Meyer, South Dakota State, So., G (10.8 ppg/4.5 apg/3.6 rpg/61.6 FG%)
Myah Selland, South Dakota State, R-Sr., F (14.2 ppg/4.9 rpg/3.3 apg)*

2022-23 Preseason All-Summit League Second Team
Jade Hill, St. Thomas, So., G (14.5 ppg/3.5 apg/2.9 rpg/76 FT%)
Grace Larkins, South Dakota, So., G (6.3 ppg/3.0 rpg)
Elizabeth Lutz, Western Illinois, Gr., G (11.9 ppg/4.9 rpg/3.4 apg/2.2 spg)
Tori Nelson, South Dakota State, Jr., F (11.5 ppg/4.0 rpg/1.8 apg/68.2 FG%)
RaVon Nero, Kansas City, Gr., G (8.4 ppg/1.9 rpg/1.7 apg/88.9 FT%)

2022-23 Summit League Women’s Basketball Preseason Coaches’ Poll

RankSchoolPoints (1st)2021-22 Record (SL)
1.South Dakota State746 (36)29-9 (17-1)
2.South Dakota676 (4)29-6 (17-1)
3.Oral Roberts60216-15 (10-8)
4.North Dakota52215-15 (9-9)
5.North Dakota State47511-18 (7-11)
6.Kansas City38823-9 (12-6)
7.Western Illinois30814-15 (5-12)
8.Denver22710-20 (5-13)
9.St. Thomas2117-21 (4-14)
10.Omaha1997-19 (3-14)
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USD QB Carson Camp to transfer

University of South Dakota quarterback Carson Camp has announced he will enter the transfer portal at the end of this season,