Second-best field goal percentage on team among players that made at least 15 field goals ... made first 11 starts of his career during the middle of the season ... played at least 11 minutes in 18 straight games ... scored in double figures for the first time at Dartmouth with 11 points versus Quinnipiac in the fifth game of the season thanks to shooting 5-of-6 ... exploded for a career-high 19 points on 8-of-14 shooting while grabbing six boards in a tough road loss at St. Francis (N.Y.) ... after tallying six points at Iowa State, made his first start at Drake and did not disappoint by nearly notching a double-double with 12 points and a personal-high nine rebounds, not to mention a career-best three assists ... tied the game with a three-pointer early in the second half, then twice assisted on triples that gave the Green the lead each time, with the latter for good with 2:54 to play ... grabbed three crucial boards on the defensive glass in those final three minutes as well ... posted 11 points the next game at Bucknell ... also scored in double figures in the games at Princeton and Penn.
Opened the season at Boston College with four points in five minutes on the floor ... drilled three shots in five minutes for six points in the win over Lyndon State ... played a season-high 21 minutes at New Hampshire, making one bucket and two free throws ... highest-scoring game came in Leede Arena against the Ivy champs, Cornell, going 3-of-4 from the floor with two three-pointers for eight points ... also grabbed three rebounds, dished out two assists and blocked a shot versus the Big Red ... snared six off the glass at Princeton while going 3-of-4 at the line ... six of his eight assists came in the final five games.
Got 12 minutes off the bench right off the bat in the season opener at Army ... scored first career points versus Plymouth State, hitting 2-of-5 from the floor and his lone three-pointer of the season ... contributed 10 minutes to the cause in the overtime win at Harvard ... picked the pocket of a Cornell player for his only steal.
Four-year letterwinner and two-time captain and team MVP at Gilford for coach Chip Veazey, helping his team to the Class M championship game as a junior ... Class M Player of the Year for New Hampshire as a senior ... McDonald’s All-America nominee ... scored 1,300 points in his career ... honorary captain of the New Hampshire All-Star Game ... just as accomplished in soccer, having earned four letters while serving as captain his final two years ... soccer team won the Class M State Championship during his sophomore year and reached the finals when he was a junior, losing just once in the two years combined ... first team all-state in hoops and soccer his last two seasons ... also lettered in baseball as a junior ... Granite State Scholar Award winner ... member of the National Honor Society ... member of Amnesty International and Interact Club, plus was a school representative in Youth and Government.
Majoring in government with a minor in English ... born on December 22, 1989 ... son of Gino and Sharon ... has a twin brother, Colin, who is a senior at Miami (Fla.) ... plays the alto saxophone.
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