LIBERAL, Kan. - Another Saint has committed to continue their athletic career at a four-year school, this time being men's basketball player Terrell Alfred. Alfred will head to the university of Jamestown to continue his basketball career with the Jimmies.
Alfred spent one season with the Saints after transferring from Dakota College at Bottineau following his freshman season. He quickly become the sharpshooter the Saints were looking for. His eight made three pointers against Hutchinson tied the Seward County record for the most three's made in a single game. He followed up that performance but making seven three pointers against Barton just a few games later. Alfred was third on the team in scoring (7.5 ppg) and second in three-point percentage, hitting nearly 40 percent of his shots from behind the arc.
He will head to Jamestown, North Dakota to play for head coach Danny Neville. Neville led the Jimmies to a 20-10 record a season ago, finishing second in the NSAA after winning the conference the season prior.