Lafayette hosts Susquehanna in finale of three-game homestand
Leopards finish 2011-12 at 13-18 overall
Willen registers double-double with 16 points and 13 boards
Willen tallies 15 in defeat
You're Welcome, Lafayette
Highlights from Lafayette's Patriot League Quarterfinal win over Holy Cross
2011-2012: (As of 2/22/12) Netted six points at Bucknell (2/11)...scored 10 second-half points at Army (2/8)...netted a game-high 11 points vs. Navy (2/4)...contributed six points at Colgate (1/25)...connected on three treys vs. Lehigh (1/22)...had two points in the win at Holy Cross (1/19)...scored six points in 14 minutes vs. Army (1/11)...contributed five points and five boards in 27 minutes at Navy (1/7)...made two threes and grabbed two steals vs. Penn (1/4)...scored three points and had three rips at NJIT (1/2)...added six points in 23 minutes off the bench at Columbia (12/30)...had eight points and a game-high nine rebounds vs. Monmouth (12/28)...scored 13 points and had eight rips at Penn State (12/7)...knocked down six threes en route to a career-high 19 points vs. Long Island (12/5)...netted eight points on 3-of-3 from the field at Priceton (11/30)...scored nine points on 3-of-7 from downtown at Delaware (11/26)...played 18 minutes, first career double-double (13pts, 11 reb) and set career-highs in free throws (5), FT attempts (10), rebounds (11) and blocks (4) vs. FDU (11/22)...scored five points in 15 minutes off the bench vs. Wagner (11/19)...went 4-for-5 at the line and grabbed five boards vs. St. Francis N.Y. (11/16)...chipped in six points and corralled three rebounds in 11 minutes at St. Francis Pa. (11/14)...scored four points and grabbed three boards in 16 minutes off the bench at La Salle (11/11).
2010-11: Saw the floor in 30 games including three in the starting five...averaged 4.6 points and more than two rebounds per contest...knocked down 36 three-pointers (38.2%)...scored six points against Army (2/23)...brought down three rebounds and netted six points at Lehigh (2/20)...scored nine points against Holy Cross (2/5)...hit for a career-high 18 points on a 6-of-8 night from downtown at Army (1/26)...made first collegiate start against Lehigh (1/22) and grabbed a career-best seven rebounds...scored nine points against Navy (1/15)...tallied five points and grabbed four from the glass against Colgate (1/12)...netted 11 points and four boards at Holy Cross (1/8) scored nine points at Gonzaga (12/29)...added 14 points on a 4-for-9 night from long range against Susquehanna (12/1)...scored eight points at Penn (11/23) and brought down three rebounds.
2009-10: Played in 22 games...averaged 1.0 points and 0.7 rebounds per game while seeing 4.5 minutes per game of floor time...hit a three and grabbed two boards in nine minutes at Bucknell (2/17)...contributed five points against Navy (2/13)...scored a three against Colgate (2/10)...saw most playing time of the season at Holy Cross (2/6)...played nine minutes at Delaware (12/29) while scoring three points and dishing out an assist...grabbed two rebounds and had three points at St. Francis, N.Y. (12/22)...made a three-pointer against LIU (12/12)...had four rebounds at NJIT (11/21).
2008-09: Played in 21 games before a foot injury forced him to miss the final seven games of the season...averaged 2.9 points and 1.1 rebounds per game while seeing nearly seven minutes of playing time per contest...grabbed three boards in one minute of playing time at Bucknell (1/21)...scored nine points at Penn (1/6)...pulled down four rebounds vs. Towson (12/28)...tallied five points, three boards, one block and one steal in seven minutes at Fordham (12/8)...recorded eight points and three rebounds at Hartford while logging a season-high 14 minutes of action...swiped first steal of career against Colorado in 11 minutes (11/25)...scored seven points vs. Rider (11/23)...sank a trey to spur team on 10-2 run against Temple in the first half...notched first collegiate minutes along with making his first career field goals against Stony Brook (11/18).
High School: An All-IAC Conference First-Team selection at the end of his senior season...led Bullis to a 19-8 overall mark and 9-3 record in conference play...averaged 14.3 points per game during his senior year, finishing the season with a 55.3 field goal percentage and 55.8 three-point field goal percentage...played with the AAU Bethesda Magic during the summer of his junior year.