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Penn State Hoops’ Seth Lundy Selected To NABC-Reese’s All-Star Game

Penn State hasn’t seen the last of Seth Lundy yet, folks.

Senior power forward Seth Lundy was selected to compete in the 2023 NABC-Reese’s All-Star Game at 4:30 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31, at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

The all-star game showcases top senior talent from across NCAA Division I basketball.

Lundy capped off his four-year career at Penn State by helping lead the Nittany Lions to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 12 years. Lundy averaged 14.2 points and 6.3 rebounds per game throughout the 2022-23 season, one of only five Division I players in the nation to achieve that mark.

Before declaring for the 2023 NBA Draft and forgoing his final year of college ball, Lundy notched 1,283 points, 560 rebounds, and 229 three-pointers during his career in the blue and white.

Lundy is the sole Nittany Lion selected for the honor and just one of two Big Ten representatives in the east region. Nebraska’s Derrick Walker rounds out the Big Ten conference participants in the east and Rutgers’ guard Caleb McConnell was selected for the western regional group.

Folks can tune in to the all-star game on CBS Network.

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