Kock, Ganton, Garner NAIA All-America Honors

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the Division II Men’s Basketball All-American awards for the 2004-05 season. Sophomores Foresters Alex Kock and Kyle Ganton earned second-team and honorable mention honors, respectively. The Foresters concluded the season with a 22-11 overall record and their fifth appearance in the NAIA National Tournament in Branson, Missouri.

Kock, a Physical Education and Health major from Auburn, Indiana (DeKalb High School), led the Foresters this season in scoring (18.3), rebounds (8.3), and steals (31). Nationally, Kock was 11th in Division II in defensive rebounds averaging 6.58 per game.

Kyle Ganton, an Elementary Education major from Coldwater, Michigan (Bronson High School), was Huntington's second leading scorer, averaging 14.3 points per game. Ganton also was clutch at the foul line, knocking down 112 of 129 attempts for a team-leading 86.8%. Ganton ranked seventh nationally in Division II in with his free throw percentage.

2004-05 NAIA Division II All-Americans


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