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Wolves men’s players Jacksen Moni and Josh Dilling named to NSIC first and second teams

The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference released the 2023-24 All-Conference teams with Northern State Wolves Jacksen Moni and Josh Dilling honored. Moni was named to the first team, while Dilling landed on the second team.

Moni started all 29 games in his junior campaign leading the team averaging 21.3 points and 8.1 rebounds per contest. He scored the 1000th point of his career and currently ranks 19th all-time with 1,527 points. In addition, the forward sits 22nd all-time with 559 career rebounds. Moni shot 47.4% from the floor, 32.9% from the 3-point line, and 88.6% from the foul line. He racked up 103 assists, 26 blocks, and 23 steals. Moni closed out the regular season ranked second in scoring, third in rebounding, and first in free throw percentage in the Northern Sun. The Fargo native knocked down career highs in points (40 vs. WSU), rebounds (16 vs. SCSU), and assists (7 vs. WSC). Moni recorded eight double-doubles on the year, earned two NSIC Player of the Week nods, and was named a D2CIDA National Player of the Week. He is now a 3-time NSIC All-Conference performer and back-to-back first team member.

Dilling started every game for the Wolves this season averaging 18.7 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game. He shot a team leading 52.3% from the floor and 46.1% from the 3-point line with 71 made 3-pointers. Dilling also became a career 1000 point scorer in 2023-24 with 1,281 points, 859 of which have come in a Wolves uniform. He closed out the regular season ranked fourth in field goal percentage, second in assists, fifth in assist/turnover ratio, and third in minutes played in the Northern Sun. Dilling tallied career highs in points (37 vs. MSU) and rebounds (8 vs. UMD). He garnered NSIC Player of the Week honors early in the season and is a first time NSIC All-Conference selection.

2023-24 NSIC All-Conference Teams

First Team All-Conference
21Isaac FinkFSr.AUGIESpringfield, Minn. 
23John SutherlandPJr.BSUGrand Rapids Minn. 
22Drew BlairGSr.UMDStevens Point, Wis. 
24Charlie KatonaFJr.UMDShakopee, Minn.
2Malik WillinghamGSr.MSUWaseca, Minn.
1Kyreese WillinghamFJr.MSUWaseca, Minn.
0JaMir PriceGJr.MSUMRock Island, Ill. 
4Jacob BeeningaGJr.MSUMMaple Grove, Minn. 
2Khari BroadwayGSr.MINOTBrooklyn Center, Minn.
21Jacksen MoniFJr.NSUFargo, N.D.
42Jake Phipps Sr. SMSU Anoka, Minn.
2Connor DillonGJr.WSUPeoria, Ill.
Second Team All-Conference
2Jadan GravesGSr.AUGIESyracuse, N.Y. 
0Dalton AlbrechtPSr.BSUGrafton N.D. 
1Blaize SagnaGJr.UMCLondon, England 
23Justin EaginsGJr.MSUDowners Grove, Ill.
4Dylan PetersCGr.MSUEldridge, Iowa 
24Dane ZimmerFSr.MSUMHopkins, Minn.
1Ja’Kair SanchezGJr.MSUMSyracuse, N.Y.
23Connor HollenbeckFJr.MINOT Rapid City, S.D. 
12Josh DillingGSr.NSUOshkosh, Wis. 
2Jack ThompsonGSr.USFEagan, Minn.
2Cliff Cofield PG Sr. SMSU Sioux City, Iowa
7Trey DeveauxFJr.WSCLincoln, Neb.
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