MASON CITY – NIACC sophomore basketball player Mohamed Mohamed signed a national letter of intent with University of Wisconsin-Parkside, a NCAA Division II school in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.
Wisconsin-Parkside was 20-9 overall a year ago and 14-4 in the conference. The Rangers qualified for the NCAA Division II tournament and bowed out in the first round to Michigan Technical University (86-75).
Mohamed, a 6-foot-6 forward from Minneapolis, averaged 7.6 points a game during his sophomore season at NIACC. Mohamed scored a career-high 21 points against the Waldorf College junior varsity in February.
Mohamed is the fourth NIACC sophomore to sign with a four-year school for the 2013-14 school year.
Chris Davis signed a national letter of intent with Washburn University (NCAA Division II school in Topeka, Kan.) and Josiah Lee and Mike Wagner signed letters with Mount Mercy College (NAIA school in Cedar Rapids).