IMG Academy basketball program alum Nick Weiermiller was named Honorable Mention Independent League earlier this March. From the press room at Texas Pan-American comes the article, a portion of which can be found below:
Sophomore Nick Weiermiller earned his first selection to the All-Independent honorable mention team as he appeared and started in all 27 games for the Broncs.
In just his second season donning the Bronc green and orange, Weiermiller averaged 10.7 points per game while averaging 35.7 minutes per game. The Elmira, N.Y. native connected on .415 percent (98-236) of his field-goals made, .381 percent (48-126) in three-point field-goals made and .721 percent (44-61) from the foul line, which ranked him first amongst the squad.
Weiermiller recorded 15 games of 10 points or more, including a career-high 25 points against Chicago State (Feb. 28). The starting guard also notched 5.6 assists per game (152) and 1.6 steals per game (43) which also ranked him first in both categories amongst the team.
"Nick had an outstanding sophomore campaign when you consider everything that was asked of him throughout the season," Dannhoff said. "I am glad to see him get the recognition he deserves."