As he gets ready to play his final games in South Dakota this weekend, Jackrabbits guard Nate Wolters will take the floor as the Summit League Player of the Month for February.

The senior from St. Cloud, MN follows up January top honors after posting 53 points the highest scoring mark in NCAA Division I this season and leading South Dakota State to 30-straight home victories, currently the longest in the nation.

During February, Wolters earned four national Player of the Week awards, including the ESPN Player of the Week, the Lute Olson Award National Player of the Week, and the ESPN Capital One Impact Performer of the Week.

For the month, the three-time Summit League Player of the Week, averaged 27.6 points, 6.0 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game.  He shot 58 percent from the field and 77 percent at the line as the Jacks went 5-3.  Wolters was also named a finalist for the Lou Henson Award, is a Naismith Player of the Year candidate and a Breitbart Sports College All-American.

Wolters and the Jacks open Summit League Tournament play Saturday night at 6:00 against IUPUI at the Sioux Falls Arena.