CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia guard Kihei Clark has been selected for the 2023 NABC – Reese’s Division I College All-Star Game, featuring top senior talent from across NCAA Division I.

The All-Star game will take place on Friday, March 31 at 4:30 p.m. ET at NRG Stadium in Houston as part of Reese’s Final Four Friday. The game will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network, and admission to the game and Reese’s Final Four Friday is free.

Clark helped Virginia to the 2019 NCAA championship, three ACC regular-season titles and three NCAA tournament appearances during his five-year UVA career. He became the ACC’s all-time wins (76) and minutes (5,339) leader, and finished as the Cavaliers’ all-time leader in assists (718), wins (122), games (161) and starts (141). Clark earned All-ACC third-team, ACC All-Defensive and NABC All-District 2 second team accolades this season.

Reese’s Division I East All-Stars
Demetre Roberts, Fairleigh Dickinson
Jordan Walker, UAB – Guard
Tyree Appleby, Wake Forest – Guard
Joe Bryant Jr., Norfolk State – Guard
D’Moi Hodge, Missouri – Guard
Tucker Richardson, Colgate – Guard
Seth Lundy, Penn State – Forward
Jalen Slawson, Furman – Forward
Justyn Mutts, Virginia Tech – Forward
Derrick Walker, Nebraska – Forward
Nate Laszewski, Notre Dame – Forward

Head Coach: Tobin Anderson, Iona

Reese’s Division I West All-Stars
Darius McGhee, Liberty – Guard
Kihei Clark, Virginia – Guard
Grant Sherfield, Oklahoma – Guard
Gabe Kalscheur, Iowa State – Guard
Dexter Dennis, Texas A&M – Guard
Caleb McConnell, Rutgers – Guard
Hunter Tyson, Clemson – Forward
Morris Udeze, New Mexico – Forward
Jake Stephens, Chattanooga – Center
Patrick Gardner, Marist – Center

Head Coach: Buzz Williams, Texas A&M