NOTABLE: High school class valedictorian…younger brother also attends Lafayette.
GENERAL: A versatile player who knows the Lafayette system well...will be counted on to add depth in the middle…will move out to three-point line for an occasional three-pointer.
2000-01: Saw action in all 28 games, starting two… averaged 2.9 points and 1.6 rebounds per game…grabbed 45 rebounds.had five rebounds against La Salle (12/29)...collected a team-high six boards against Fordham (12/11)…scored eight points, grabbed two rebounds, and dished out four assists against Princeton (12/6)...scored a career-high 10 points in the season opener against Cornell (11/18).
1999-00: Big man who played in all 31 games for Lafayette…averaged 2.0 points and 2.2 rebounds per game while 11.7 minutes per outing...hit a key three-pointer vs. Bucknell (2/2)…scored a then career-high nine points at Colgate (1/29) while shooting a perfect 4-4 from the field…snatched five boards vs. St. Peter’s (12/11)…grabbed a season-high six boards vs. Cornell (11/29)…turned in a good game at Villanova (11/23), scoring six points while pulling down three rebounds.
1998-99: Played in 23 games, starting one…averaged 0.7 points and 1.0 rebounds per game…notched career-highs in points with six and rebounds with five versus Haverford (2/1)…secured two rebounds at Bucknell (1/27)…managed two rebounds and a block versus Penn (1/5)… also had two rebounds, two points and a block versus Swarthmore (12/2).
HIGH SCHOOL: Excelled on the court and in the classroom in high school, averaging 16.1 points per game throughout his career as a three-year starting center for head coach Jim Palano…earned First-Team All-Catholic and Honorable Mention All-Western New York honors for the Tigers…also lettered three years on the baseball team, playing first base with a .350 batting average…an excellent student, he received numerous academic honors including class valedictorian and the prestigious Rennselaer Math-Science Medal…a member of the National Honor Society, he also was a National Merit Commended Scholar, and received a National Science Merit Award, as well as numerous scholar-athlete of the week accolades.
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