Wisconsin Sports Network is proud to showcase the WSN Senior Basketball Awards. The finalists for the top senior shooter players have been selected. The winner will be announced the week after the state tournament.
Deven Kulp, 6-2, G, McFarland
The premier shooter in the Rock Valley Conference, Kulp also ranks among the elite snipers in the state of Wisconsin. He made 82 of 204 attempts from three-point range for 40 percent while helping McFarland to a banner season that included a 24-4 record, a league championship and a WIAA Division 2 sectional-final appearance. Kulp also shot 78 percent from the free throw line and 45 percent from the field.
Jordan Malmlov, 6-0, G, Prescott
In addition to his impressive shooting ability, Malmlov holds the distinction of having the deepest shooting range of any player in Wisconsin. It wasn't uncommon to see the sharpshooter pull up from 25 feet and let go with one of his three-point attempts. On the season, the two-time Player of the Year in the Middle Border Conference made 106 of 279 tries from deep for 38 percent. He also averaged 23.9 ppg and made 91 percent of his foul shots and 47 percent of his total field-goal attempts. Malmlov completed his four-year high school career with 337 made three-point baskets and 1,906 points.
Eddie Mittermeyer, 5-11, G, McDonell Catholic
No player in the state made more three-point field-goal attempts on the season than Mittermeyer, who enters the WIAA State Tournament with his McDonell Catholic teammates having connected on 121-of-271 tries from outside the arc for 45 percent. Mittermeyer actually made 13 triples in one game this winter, going 13-of-21 from three and scoring 52 points in a victory over Chequamegon. The UW-Superior recruit also is shooting 80 percent from the foul line and 49 percent from the floor.
Milan Momcilovic, 6-8, F, Pewaukee
While Momcilovic's totals from three-point range lag behind others on this list, when he rises up to take a triple and it swishes through the net, there aren't many prettier sights in the game. His shooting range compliments his ability to score around the basket and makes Pewaukee one of the best teams in Wisconsin. Momcilovic has made 53-of-138 tries from deep for 38 percent while also averaging 22.9 ppg and shooting 88 percent from the line and 58 percent from the field. The Iowa State recruit and four-year high school player is nearing 2,000 career points and 200 made three-point baskets.
Cole Uhlenbrauck, 6-6, F, Saint Mary Catholic
Of the five seniors on the Shooter Finalist list, Uhlenbrauck might be the best when you factor in his remarkable 46 percent shooting from three-point range on 93 of 201. That percentage is one of the best in Wisconsin from outside the arc. The St. Norbert recruit also manages to contribute 21.1 ppg, 6.7 rpg and 3.0 apg while shooting 65 percent from the foul stripe and 58 percent from the floor. During his four-year prep career, Uhlenbrauck has made 296 three-point baskets.
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