Transfer from the University of Delaware
Excellent shooting touch for a player of his size...Contributed immediately last season after sitting out the 2002-2003 year due to NCAA transfer rules
Played in 28 games and started one...Leading returning scorer and rebounder after averaging 9.4 points per game and 4.0 rebounds per game last season...Knocked down 27 three pointers at a 40.3 percent clip...Eight points and four rebounds vs. American (2/28)...12 points and four boards vs. Navy (2/26)...tallied 14 points and seven boards at Lehigh (2/22)...dropped in 14 points and grabbed six rebounds vs. Holy Cross (2/14)...15 points and five rebounds in first start at Navy (2/1)...11 pts., three rebounds at American (1/30)...19 points and six rebounds vs. Lehigh (1/23)...collected 13 points and six rebounds at Holy Cross (1/17)...eight points in eight minutes off the bench vs. Army (1/14)...scored 12 points against Colgate (1/10)...tallied 11 points and six boards at USC (12/28)...named Patriot League Player of the Week (12/22) after career-high 23 points and seven rebounds against Cornell (12/20)...scored 20 points on 7-of-8 shooting against Lycoming (12/17)...tied career high with 15 points against Binghamton (12/7)...career-high nine rebounds against Centenary (12/5)...collected 11 points, including the game-winning basket, and four rebounds in 17 minutes at Drexel (12/2)...scored five points against La Salle (11/29)...seven points and four boards against St. Peter's (11/24)...tied a career high with eight rebounds at Rutgers (11/22).
Sat out season from competition after transferring from the University of Delaware, practiced with team.
Played in 23 games, starting two as a sophomore at Delaware, averaged 5.3 points and 3.0 rebounds per game, netted 12 points and grabbed five rebounds at George Mason (2/6), scored a season-high 14 points, including three three-pointers at Hofstra (1/26), grabbed a career-high six rebounds at St. Joseph's (11/28).
Played in 28 games as a freshman at Delaware, averaged 3.4 points and 1.6 rebounds per game, scored a career-high 15 points at Loyola, Md. (11/27).
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