Jacob Orender and Tyler Barlow will join Dunkum, Evans and Zalys on College Hill this fall
Lafayette looking for its first win over a ranked opponent since 1978
Zalys, Dunkum and Evans to join Leopards in 2015-16 season
Ptasinski and Lindner honored after two Lafayette victories
2009-10: While recuperating from knee surgery, a foot injury sidelined him for the rest of the year.
2008-09: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection...Averaged 3.1 points and 1.1 rebounds per game while playing in just eight games as a sophomore...suffered a season-ending knee injury at American (1/31)...missed the first 13 games of season after recovering from off-season knee surgery...drained three treys en route to season-high nine-point performance at Army (1/28)...chipped in five points and swiped first steal of the year vs. Lehigh (1/24)...scored first points of season at Holy Cross (1/10) in Patriot League opener...saw his first minutes at Penn (1/6), grabbing two rebounds.
2007-08: Averaged 8.5 minutes in 23 games played...started first collegiate game at Stony Brook (11/12)...broke out for 15 points on four three-pointers vs. FDU (11/16)...scored five points vs. UMBC (11/20)...registered nine points against NJIT (12/3)...in 19 minutes on the court, scored 14 points as one of five in double figures at Towson (12/19)...knocked down crucial three-pointer in overtime at Mount St. Mary's (12/21)...received Patriot League Rookie of the Week Honors (12/14)...played seven minutes at No. 13 Pittsburgh (1/2)...pulled down three rebounds at Mississippi State (1/5)...missed first four Patriot League games due to injury...finished with eight points against Army (1/30), including six from the foul line...had five points in seven minutes against Colgate (2/13)...played for three minutes at Bucknell (2/2)...grabbed two boards in 11 minutes at American (3/1).
High School: Averaged 19.5 points, 6.7 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game at University High School in Los Angeles.
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