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Catching up: Selland sets career-high in season finale for Augie

Augustana University sophomore Shelby Selland was one of four Vikings this season to average 10 points or more, as her team recorded a 23-8 record in 2016-17.

Augustana University sophomore Shelby Selland was one of four Vikings this season to average 10 points or more, as her team recorded a 23-8 record in 2016-17.

A Letcher native, Selland had 10.3 points per game and started in 29 of the Vikings' 31 games this season. She lead the team in field-goal percentage, making 49.8 percent of her shots and pulled down 5.6 rebounds per contest.

After making the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference's all-newcomer team as a freshman, she ranked in the top-50 of the conference for points per game as a sophomore. Selland led the team in scoring in seven games this season, including the season finale against Winona State, in which she scored 19 points and had nine rebounds on Feb. 25. The game was a career-best effort for Selland, who was 8-for-16 shooting field goals.

Augustana was the NSIC South division champion but saw an early exit in the conference tournament with the loss to the Warriors and did not qualify for the NCAA Division II tournament.

Kur concludes first season at Northeast

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Mitchell Christian graduate Majok Kur finished his first season at Northeast (Neb.) Community College earlier this month.

Kur played in all 31 games this season and made five starts for the Hawks, which are based in Norfolk, Nebraska. He was a 46.5 percent shooter during the year and averaged 2.9 points per game. He averaged 2.7 rebounds per game and pulled down 85 rebounds for the year.

He also recorded 19 blocks during the year, averaging 6.6 minutes per game. The statistics include a mixture of varsity and junior-varsity opponents.

The Hawks finished the year at 22-9 and lost to Iowa Western Community College in the first round of the region playoffs last week.

Cap wraps freshman year for Mavericks

Avon graduate Heidi Cap wrapped up her first season at Division II Minnesota State University, Mankato playing for the women's basketball team.

Cap played in 17 games and shot 38 percent for the season. She averaged 1.2 points per game and 1.5 points per game, and had a season-best five points against Augustana earlier this season. She played for 12 minutes in a home contest against Wayne State on Jan. 7.

The 6-foot forward from Tripp was part of a 16-11 team for this season for the Mavericks. The season concluded with an 83-73 loss at Minnesota-Duluth on Feb. 22.

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