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Marcus Harley

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bryn Mawr, Pa.

High School:
Harriton

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190

Position:
Guard

Major:
Anthropology & Sociology

Marcus Harley

General: One of three senior captains with Jamaal Hilliard and Kerry Kenny...experienced guard who was forced to miss the majority of his junior season with a leg injury...made the move from point guard to off guard for the 2005-06 season where he is expected to play in 2006-07...comfortable shooting from perimeter but has ability to score from anywhere on the court.

2005-06: Was able to play in just four games after suffering a leg injury...averaged 5.0 points, 1.5 assists and 1.0 rebounds per game...broke out vs. St. Peter's (12/1), tying for top scoring honors with 13 points...rewarded with a start against Marist (12/3), when he dished out three assists...missed the first three games with a stress reaction in the foot...returned to the lineup at Princeton (11/27) where he had two points and a pair of assists (11/27)...played in his last game of the season vs. Marist (12/3).

2004-05: Started all 28 games for the Leopards, playing the most minutes of any player...averaged 9.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game...scored in double figures in 13 games...had 10 points at Navy (2/23)...scored career-high 22 points on 7-of-9 shooting vs. American (2/19)...was 5-of-10 from the field and scored 13 points at Army (2/13)...had 10 points against Holy Cross (2/11)...scored 11 points and hit three from long range vs. Colgate (2/6)...produced 14 points against Penn (1/18)...scored 13 points at American (1/15)...netted 12 points to lead 'Pards at Lehigh (1/12)...scored 11 points, including two three-pointers in win over Columbia (1/2)...scored 12 points, grabbed seven boards and dished off four assists in an overtime win over Cal State Northridge (12/13)...dropped in 13 points and passed for five assists at Marist (12/10)...collected 12 points at No. 17 Louisville...scored 19 points on four three-pointers in a season-opening victory at Duquesne (11/20).

2003-04: Appeared in 28 games as a freshman and started two of them...averaged 7.6 points per game and 2.0 rebounds per game...ranked third on the team with 17 steals...knocked down 42 three-point field goals and led the team in three point accuracy at 42.4 percent...16 points, three assists vs. American (2/28)...scored 15 points in first career start vs. Navy (2/26)...tallied 11 points in overtime win at American (1/30)...Patriot League Rookie of the Week for week ending Jan. 25...registered 17 points against Lehigh (1/23)...pulled down a then career-high six boards at Columbia (1/3)...hit crucial three-pointer to give Leopards first lead of game with 3:21 left at Princeton (12/22)...scored 13 points against Cornell (12/20).

High School: Played point guard for three seasons at Harriton High School outside of Philadelphia...was a prolific scorer, finishing as his school's all-time leader with 1,618 career points... guided his squad to the state quarterfinals the last two seasons and earned All-State recognition as a senior.

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