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Williston State point guard commits to Iowa

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WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) -

Williston State college point guard Trey Dickerson plans to play for the University of Iowa the next three years.

The 6-foot freshman from New York City gave a verbal commitment to the NCAA Division I Hawkeyes over the weekend.

Williston State says Dickerson had received interest from numerous schools and offers from Iowa, Nebraska, Iona, Washington, Washington State, Arkansas, Alabama-Birmingham, St. Louis, and Fordham.

Williston State is a two-year junior college in northwestern North Dakota.

Dickerson this season helped lead the Tetons to a 26-5 regular season record and a Mon-Dak Conference title. He was named most valuable player in the conference, with an average of 20 points, six assists and four rebounds per game.

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