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Kyle Stout

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Schnecksville, Pa.

High School:
Parkland

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 193

Position:
G

Major:
Economics

Kyle  Stout

11/17/2017

No. 5/6 Villanova Bests Leopards in Allentown

Klinewski, Petrie reach double figures in scoring in 104-57 defeat

11/14/2017

Strong Second Half Not Enough at NJIT

Leopards shoot 75.0 percent from the field in final 20 minutes, fall 96-80

11/08/2017

2017-18 Men's Basketball Season Preview

Leopards look to continue upward trend and compete for a title this winter

02/15/2017

Balanced Effort Powers Leopards Past American

Klinewski leads four double-figure scorers with 23 points on the night

02/10/2017

Men's Basketball Visits Navy on Saturday

Leopards look for first win streak since Nov. 17

11/04/2017

Lafayette vs. Penn State

Photos by Rick Smith

10/27/2017

Lafayette Men's Basketball visits Cheston Elementary

Men's Basketball at Cheston Elementary

03/01/2017

Lafayette vs. Loyola

First Round of Patriot Championship- Men's Basketball

02/19/2017

Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Photos by Rick

02/15/2017

Lafayette vs. American

Photos by: Nicole Palmasano

General: Excellent shooter and cutter...can knock down shots from anywhere.

2016-17: Averaged 6.6 points per game, appearing in all 30 games his freshman year...ripped away a season-high three steals in the win at Colgate...notches his best game against a D-1 opponent against Holy Cross, hitting on 4-of-7 from distance for 16 points...finished one point shy of a double-double with nine points and a season-high 12 rebounds against Bucknell...notched a season-high two rejections in the loss at Holy Cross...scored a career-high 17 points int he win over Moravian...tallied 12 points as the second-leading scorer on the team at St. Francis Brooklyn...registered five rebounds to go along with five points against Drexel.

At Parkland:
Three-sport athlete at Parkland, participating in football, basketball and volleyball, with the latter two being for four years on the varsity level...was a four-time district champion and four-time league champion in basketball, while earning All-East Penn Conference First-Team honors his junior season and the East Penn Conference MVP his senior year...during his senior year, he averaged 17.7 points per game in his second season as a starter, leading his team to a 29-4 record and shooting 51 percent from three-point range.