OGDEN — For the second straight year, Weber State’s Jerrick Harding has earned first-team All-District honors. Harding was named to the District 6 first team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
The All-District teams are selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC. District 6 includes schools from the Big Sky Conference and the Western Athletic Conference.
Harding, a junior out of Wichita, Kansas, had another strong season in leading the Wildcats. He finished second in the Big Sky in scoring at 21.4 points per game and scored 642 points on the year, the eighth-most points in a season in WSU history. His scoring average ranks as the ninth best ever in a season. He scored in double figures in 27 of his 30 games played and scored 20 or more 19 times and 30 or more four times, including a season-high 36 points.
He also led the Big Sky in free throw percentage at 87 percent, the eighth-best percentage in WSU single-season history. He was also second on the team in steals at 1.7 per game and recorded 50 steals on the season.
Harding also earned first-team All-Big Sky honors for the second straight season.Comment on this story
After three seasons, he ranks fifth in Weber State history in career scoring with 1,621 points in 97 career games. He is also currently WSU’s career leader in free throw percentage at 87.2 percent. He also ranks ninth in career 3-pointers made and 10th in career steals.
This is the eighth straight year Weber State has had a player earn All-District honors. Harding is just the fourth player in Weber State history to earn first-team All-District honors twice in a career, joining Davion Berry, Harold Arceneaux and Bruce Collins.