CAREER STATS IN PDF
Allstate NABC Good Works Team, 2013-14
USBWA Most Courageous Award, 2013-
Athletes For A Better World's Wooden Citizenship Cup finalist, 2013-14
2013-14: (Game-by-Game in PDF) Played in 26 of Penn's 28 games, making starts in three of the last four contests ... Best game came at Cornell (3/8), where he started, played 39 minutes, hit 6-of-10 three-point shots and scored 21 points while grabbing seven rebounds ... Also started season finale at Princeton (3/11), scoring six points, grabbing four boards, and dishing off three assists ... Had three-point, three-rebound performances against Monmouth (11/12) and at Yale (2/14) ... Recorded three points and two rebounds against Harvard (2/21) and then vs. Yale (3/1) ... Knocked down treys against La Salle (1/4) and NJIT (1/25).
2012-13: (Game-by-Game in PDF) Played in 29 of Penn's 31 games, making only start at Delaware (12/21) ... Averaged 3.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per game, added 10 assists ... Led Penn in rebounding twice, against La Salle (1/5) and Lafayette (1/8) ... Had double-figure scoring outings with 18 points against the Leopards as well as 10 against Yale (2/8) and 14 vs. Dartmouth (3/1) ... Hit four three-pointers against the Big Green (4-of-4) and Lafayette (4-of-7) ... Recorded eight points and six rebounds in Ivy win at home vs. Brown (2/9) ... Scored six points against Cornell (2/2) ... Nearly had a double-double against La Salle, adding eight points to his 11 rebounds ... Recorded four points and six rebounds in his only start, at Delaware (12/21) ... Scored five points at Penn State (12/1) ... Dropped eight points on Binghamton (11/28) in a Penn win ... Had six points and three boards at Lehigh (11/20) ... Grabbed six rebounds the previous night vs. Fordham (11/19) ... Academic All-Ivy.
2011-12: (Game-by-Game in PDF) Appeared in 14 games, playing a total of 37 minutes ... Scored three points on his first collegiate field goal at Davidson (12/29) ... Also scored in Ivy League wins at Brown (2/4) and against Yale (3/3) ... Recorded a pair of rebounds in wins at Lafayette (1/4) and against Princeton (1/30).
2010-11: (Game-by-Game in PDF) Appeared in 12 games, playing a total of 35 minutes ... His only points came at Pitt (11/27) ... Had a rebound and an assist at Columbia (2/12) ... Also snared a board at Harvard (3/4) and dished off an assist vs. Dartmouth (2/4) ... In March, was named a recipient of the Kathryn Wasserman Davis 100 Projects For Peace Award by the University's Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF).
High School: Lettered three times in basketball ... Captain as a senior ... High school coaches were Paul Doerrfeld and Chris McMahon ... Two-time first-team All-Metro Conference ... Two-time all-district ... Two-time academic all-conference ... Third-team all-state and second-team Central Iowa Metro League (CIML) Elite in 2009-10 ... Iowa Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) All-Star in 2009-10 ... MVP of CIML All-Star Game after a 38-point performance ... Also lettered in cross country and helped team win conference ... Co-leader of PROUD ... Man4mation member.
Personal: Son of Amelia Ring and the late Dut Jok ... Counts the late Manute Bol and current Chicago Bull Luol Deng among his relatives ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences ... During the summer of 2011, went to Rwanda as part of a Penn undergraduate project.
|City/State:||Des Moines, Iowa|
|High School:||Theodore Roosevelt|