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Wisconsin Collegiate Conference announces 2019-20 Men's Basketball All-Conference and Awards

02/18/2020, 1:30pm CST
By Travis Wilson

The Wisconsin Collegiate Conference has announced its 2019-20 Men's Basketball All-Conference and awards. 

In the WCC-East, David Britton (Mountaintop Christian HS) earned Player of the Year accolades. Sheboygan first-year head coach Dan Campion was named the Coach of the Year. Manitowoc's Alex Sturtz was named the Defensive Player of the Year.

Chase Bonnell (Merrill HS) earned Player of the Year recognition in the WCC-West Division. His teammate, Ian Gibbs (Port Edwards HS), took home Defensive Player of the Year accolades. Marshfield's Jared Ystad was named the WCC-West Coach of the Year.

WCC-EAST MEN'S BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE 2019-20

FIRST TEAM

Name School Year Height High School

David Britton Washington So. 6’1” Mountain Top Christian

Delvin Barnstable Sheboygan Fr. 6’3” Sheboygan Lutheran

Tyler Torosian Waukesha So. 6’4” New Berlin West

Nick Brakebush Fond du Lac So. 5’9” Westfield

Cameron Willemsen Marinette So. 6’3” Rapid River, MI

SECOND TEAM

Myreon Gant Sheboygan Fr. 5’10” Milwaukee Messmer

Preston Lauscher Marinette So. 6’3” Carney, MI

Dan Hiroskey Fox Valley So. 5’10” Kaukauna

Mac Jones Waukesha Fr. 6’3” Muskego

Alex Sturtz Manitowoc Fr. 6’6” Boone H.S.

HONORABLE MENTION

Jake Antczak Waukesha So. 5’10” Mukwonago

Seth Perez Washington Fr. 5’10” Port Washington

Zach Smith Washington Fr. 6’3” West Bend East

Damen Trice Manitowoc Fr. 6’0” Homewood-Flossmoor

Mason Ellis Manitowoc Fr. 6’1” DePere

Jason President Fox Valley Jr. 6’5” Two Rivers

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Alex Sturtz Manitowoc Fr. 6’6” Boone H.S.

Seth Perez Washington Fr. 5’10” Port Washington

Jake Antczak Waukesha So. 5’10” Mukwonago

Cameron Willemsen Marinette So. 6’3” Rapid River, MI

Michael Berger Sheboygan Fr. 5’8” Sheboygan Lutheran
 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

David Britton Washington

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Alex Sturtz Manitowoc

COACH OF THE YEAR

Dan Campion Sheboygan

WCC-WEST MEN'S BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE 2019-20

FIRST TEAM

Name School Year Height High School

Chase Bonnell Wausau Fr. 6’3” Merrill

Ian Gibbs Wausau So. 6’1” Port Edwards

Christian Webb Baraboo Jr. 6’0” Racine Case

Jack Bezlyk Marshfield So. 6’3” Spencer

Colton Wright Marshfield Fr. 6’3” Auburndale

SECOND TEAM

Ethan Posteluk Marshfield So. 6’2” Marshfield

Cody Haske Baraboo Fr. 6’1” New Lisbon

Joey Davidson Baraboo Fr. 6’4” Ashland

Jontae Powell Richland So. 5’10” Milw. Young Coggs

Joe Fields Marshfield Fr. 6’4” Obama SCTE

Jordan Jenkins Baraboo So. 6’0” Pioneer Westfield

HONORABLE MENTION

Austin Frick Wausau Jr. 6’2” Kodiak, AK

Cade Bowker Wausau Fr. 6’3” Rosholt

Dawson Mueller Richland So. 5’11” Riverdale

Nicholas Fry Baraboo So. 6’4” Baraboo

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Ian Gibbs Wausau So. 6’1” Port Edwards

Colton Wright Marshfield Fr. 6’3” Auburndale

Christian Webb Baraboo Jr. 6’0” Racine Case

L J Schmelzer Wausau Fr. 5’11” Stanley Boyd

Matthew Roth Marshfield Fr. 6’1” Colby
 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Chase Bonnell Wausau

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Ian Gibbs Wausau

COACH OF THE YEAR

Jared Ystad Marshfield

About the Author

Travis Wilson serves as the WisSports.net General Manager, Football Editor, and contributing writer for other parts of the site. Wilson was selected as part of the Sports 40 Under 40 list by Coach & AD Magazine and the National High School Athletic Coaches Association for 2019. The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA) named Travis the 2015 recipient of the Dave McClain Distinguished Service Award. He currently serves on the WFCA Executive Board as the Website and Communications Director and is a member of the Executive Board of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association. A graduate of Richland Center High School and Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Travis was a three-sport athlete in high school (football, baseball, basketball) and currently resides in Reedsburg. You can follow him on Twitter at @travisWSN.

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