General: Named co-captain for 2005-06 season...combination guard with a good understanding of Patriot League play... major contributor two seasons ago when squad won 18 games, but hampered by injuries in last two seasons...first cousin to sophomore Matt Betley...history major.
2004-05: Hampered by a variety of injuries...played in 15 games with nine starts...averaged 2.1 points and just under one assist per game... missed 26 days of the season before making return against Holy Cross on Jan. 28 when he played 15 minutes...shot 32.5 percent on the season, including 26.1 percent from beyond the arc.
2003-04: Assumed the starting point guard position early in the season...Started 25 of 28 games for the Leopards...Averaged 6.6 points per game and 2.1 rebounds per game...made 31 three pointers and was second on the team in three point accuracy at 41.9 percent...hit three three-pointers and scored 11 points at Lehigh (2/22)...scored 11 points, including 5-of-6 from the line at Army...nine points and five boards at Holy Cross (1/17)...career-high 16 points vs. Colgate (1/10)...nine points and three steals at Penn (1/7)...dumped in 14 points at Columbia (1/3)...eight points, four rebounds and three assists at USC (12/28)...knocked down eight points, including two three-pointers at Princeton (12/22)...seven points against Cornell (12/20)...scored nine points against Lycoming (12/17)...collected six points and two steals against Binghamton (12/7)...tied a career high with three assists against Centenary (12/5)...had three assists at Drexel (12/2)...scored eight points and dished out three assists against La Salle (11/29)...tied a career high with nine points and grabbed a career-high eight rebounds against St. Peter's (11/24)...pulled down five boards at Rutgers (11/22).
2002-03: Played in 18 games in his freshman campaign...averaged 2.2 points and just under one assist and rebound per game...tied his career-high with nine points and pulled down two rebounds at Bucknell (1/26)...scored a career-high nine points and registered three steals vs. Centenary (1/7)...finished with two points and two assists against Arizona State (11/30)...scored eight points, including two-for-two on three-pointers in his second collegiate game at La Salle (11/26).
High School: Averaged 21.0 points, five rebounds, five assists and 2.5 steals per game as a senior while leading his Haddonfield Memorial team to a 21-6 mark...as a three-year starter, he helped his squad post a combined record of 66-18 while individually accounting for 1,464 career points...shot 55 percent from the floor, 37 percent from beyond the arc and 80 percent from the free throw line as a senior...earned First-Team All-South Jersey honors as selected by the Camden Courier Post and was named Second-Team All-South Jersey by the Philadelphia Inquirer as a senior... collected All-Colonial League First-Team honors in his junior year after leading his team to a 24-4 mark and the Colonial Conference title...posted a 21-8 mark in 2000-01 which propelled the Haddonfield squad to the state finals...two-sport star at Haddonfield Memorial where he was the starting quarterback on the football team as a senior and a defensive back in his sophomore and junior seasons.
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