KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Cam Wiley earned All-America honors for the second time in his career on Thursday by the National Association of Basketball Coaches and became the first player in the history of Swarthmore College Men's Basketball to be named to the All-America First Team.
The senior guard from Atlanta had already accomplished being the program's first All-American ever back in 2016-17 when he was named to the NABC All-America Third Team.
This season, Wiley and the Garnet are 28-3 and are about to play in the program's first ever Final Four. Wiley earned the Centennial Conference's Player of the Year and Tournament Most Outstanding Player honor this year after helping guide Swarthmore to its second ever Centennial title.
He led Swarthmore with 14.7 points per game while shooting 46 percent from the field and 33.6 percent from 3-point range. He also averaged 4.1 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.1 steals per game.
Wiley, who only scored 40 points total in limited minutes his freshman year, now has 1,522 points in his career, tied with former teammate Zack Yonda for fifth all-time at Swarthmore. He is second all-time in career assists with 325 and is seventh all-time in steals. His 182 3-pointers are fourth most in program history.
Selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC in NCAA Division III, these student-athletes represent the most outstanding basketball players across America in their division. The NABC selects eight players to each of its three All-America teams.