Kyle Mangas just finished his college basketball career after playing four seasons with Indiana Wesleyan University. His career saw numerous awards including back-to-back NAIA National Player of the Year honors in 2020 and 2021, as well as winning the Bevo Francis Award in 2020, recognizing the top small college basketball player in the United States for a given season.
The four-time NAIA All-American was a member of the 2018 Indiana Wesleyan squad that won the NAIA Division II championship. This past season, he led IWU to a 30-3 record and averaged an NAIA best 29.5 ppg.
On today's podcast, we talk to Kyle about his incredible college basketball career, what it means to be "third," how his faith in Christ has helped guide him and how he has grown into a leader during his time at IWU.
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