Devon Dorsey named USCAA Division II All-American

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Central Penn College student Devon Dorsey named USCAA Division II All-American.

SUMMERDALE, PA (03/21/2013)(readMedia)-- Devon Dorsey of Wilmington, Del., a Central Penn College criminal justice student, was named a men's United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division II All-American.

This is Dorsey's second year playing with the Central Penn Knights. On average, Dorsey scored 22 points and collected 12 rebounds per game, causing him to be the lead scorer for the team and second in the USCAA DII men's basketball division. Dorsey has had 18 double doubles this season and eclipsed 1,000 points.

Players are nominated by coaches and selected by the USCAA. All-Americans are chosen due to their statistics and leadership throughout the season.

"Dorsey is a dominant force on the court; he gives one hundred percent during games and in practice," says Athletic Director Ed Liesch. "He's definitely a nice guy off the court, as well. Dorsey is a multifaceted player; he also had the honor of being a USCAA Player of the Week last season."

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Central Penn College has been helping students turn potential into career success since 1881, offering bachelor's and associate degrees in the fields of accounting, business administration, criminal justice, information technology, communications, healthcare, homeland security, legal studies and organizational leadership. The College, currently serving students at its Harrisburg, Lancaster and Lehigh Valley locations, attributes its high rate of student success to a caring faculty and its hands-on learning approach. Based on Central Penn's most recent One-Year Graduate Survey, 82.9 percent of graduates were employed in their chosen field or continuing their education within one year of graduation. Central Penn College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267-284-5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.