Wayne, Neb. --- Fifth year players Jordan Janssen and Nate Mohr represent Wayne State College on the 2022-23 NSIC Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team released Thursday morning by the league office in Burnsville, Minnesota. Janssen was a First Team selection while Mohr received Second Team honors.

Janssen, a 6'7'' forward from Lincoln (East HS), earns All-NSIC honors for the fourth time in his Wildcat career – First Team in 2021 and 2023 / Second Team in 2020 and 2022. This season, Janssen led Wayne State in scoring (20.6) and rebounding (8.3), ranking third in the NSIC in rebounds and fourth in scoring. He also ranked third in free throws made (130), sixth in field goal percentage (.541), seventh in blocked shots per game (1.0) and tied for 11th in assists (3.1).

Janssen scored double figures in all 27 games played this season, recording 20 or more points in 16 games with seven double-doubles and three games of 30 or more points. He was named NSIC South Division Player of the Week four times this season and currently ranks as the all-time leading scorer (2,102) and rebounder (1,148) while ranking second in career blocked shots (139) at Wayne State College.

Mohr, a 6'2'' guard from Glenwood, Iowa (Glenwood HS), earns his second career All-NSIC honor after being named All-NSIC Second Team in 2021 along with this season. Mohr ranks second on the Wildcat team in scoring this season at 13.9 points per contest and leads WSC while ranking fifth in the NSIC in 3-point field goals per game (2.8). He scored double figures in 20 games this season with four game over 20 points, highlighted by a season-high 26 points in a 78-61 win at St. Cloud State January 28th and a 24-point effort in a 92-79 overtime victory vs. Concordia-St. Paul February 11th.

Mohr currently ranks 14th in career scoring at Wayne State with 1,303 points and is fourth in career 3-point field goals made at 257. He also sits third in career free throw percentage at WSC (.843) making 182 of 216 career free throws.

Wayne State, 18-10 overall and NSIC South Division champions with a 13-9 league mark, face Bemidji State (19-10, 13-9 NSIC) Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the quarterfinals of the NSIC Men’s Basketball Tournament at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.