Former Putnam West standout Tyson Jolly named NJCAA All-American
Tyson Jolly's outstanding season at Trinity Valley Community College is being recognized.
The former Putnam West standout was named a Division I first-team All-America selection, the National Junior College Athletics Association announced Monday. As a redshirt sophomore at Trinity Valley, Jolly averaged 22.6 points per contest while snagging 12.5 rebounds and dishing four assists per outing.
Redlands Community College guard AJ McNeill was named a third-team All-American while Northeastern Oklahoma A&M's Ravel Moody received an honorable mention selection.
Jolly recently announced he was heading to SMU for his final two seasons of eligibility. He originally signed with California after high school but was at Baylor for two seasons before spending the 2018-19 campaign at Trinity Valley.
Former Okarche star Sarah Griswold received honorable mention honors for the NJCAA women's All-America team. The freshman scored 17.3 points per game in 32 contests, all starts, for Northern Oklahoma College-Enid. The Jets finished the season 28-4.