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Kyle Stout


Schnecksville, Pa.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 193



Kyle  Stout


Leopards Light Up American on Senior Day

Lafayette registers its best shooting performance of the season in 90-85 victory


Strong Second Half Stifles Loyola

Leopards outscore Greyhounds 48-31 in final 20 minutes for 84-67 victory


Leopards Exact Revenge on Army in Kirby

Lafayette leads nearly wire-to-wire in decisive 81-54 win


Loyola Slips Past Leopards in Baltimore

Greyhounds’ Walker nets 43 in 83-77 defeat


Leopards Open 2018 with Holy Cross in Kirby

Lafayette came out victorious in the last meeting, 69-59, on Feb. 8


Lafayette vs. American (PLTFR)

Photos by Rick Smith


Men's Basketball vs Loyola

MBB vs Loyola


Lafayette vs. Army

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Navy

Photos by Athletic Communications


Lafayette vs. Bucknell

Photos by Rick Smith

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

2017-18: Started 20 games for the Leopards in his sophomore season, returning to action after a three-game absence at Lehigh on Feb. 24…averaged 10.7 points per game over a three-game stretch entering Patriot League play…tied a career-high in points (17), field goals (6), field goal attempts (11), and treys (4) in his best game of the season at Cornell on Dec. 20…did a little of everything in the win over Loyola, scoring nine points and adding six rebounds, three assists, a block, a steal and no turnovers…his season total of 21 three-pointers ranked fifth on the Maroon and White, while he finished tied for third on the team in steals (14).

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.