Manhattan's Schedule and Results (as of 12-17):
|11/15/02||Friday||Hoop Group (Exhibition)||HOME||W 103-90|
||Westchester County Center||FOX NY||W 77-62|
||Bronx, NY||W 85-57|
||Madison Square Garden||MSG||L 70-69|
||Louisville, KY||W 76-74|
Jaspers Season to date
Manhattan is 4-1 and coming off a come from behind win over Wright State last night in Freedom Hall. The Jaspers reeled off three straight wins to begin the season, defeating Sacred Heart, Loyola, MD and Fordham before losing to Yale 70-69 for their lone defeat of the 2002-03 campaign. However, the Jaspers will have their hands full with a red hot Louisville team that's adding former McDonald's All American, Marvin Stone to the lineup tonight.
- 6'2 Guard Louis Flores
19.6 ppg .443 fg. .846 ft .333 3pt
- 6'7 Forward David Holmes
18.2 ppg .585 fg .800 ft .455 3pt
- 6'7 Forward Jared Johnson
11.4 ppg .510 fg .700 ft 9.8 rpg
- 5'8 Point Guard Kenny Minor
4.2 ppg 1.0 rpg 3.2 apg 2.4 tpg
- 6'2 Guard Justin Jackette
8.2 ppg 4.8 rpg 0.8 apg 2.4 tpg
- 6'0 Guard Jason Wingate
3.4 ppg 1.2 rpg 1.8 apg 0.6 tpg
- 6'5 Forward Mike Konovelchick
6.6 ppg 2.6 rpg 1.4 apg 1.0 tpg
- 6'6 Center Jason Benton
6.0 ppg 3.6 rpg 0.6 apg 1.0 tpg
- Head Coach:Bobby Gonzalez (3rd Year)
Assistant Coach: Mike Bramucci, Travis Lyons '98, Stephen Masiello
Administrative Assistant: David Turetzky
Captains: Von Damien Green, Justin Jackette, Jared Johnson
- Assistant Steve Masiello, a former walk-on player at Kentucky, played for Coach Pitino's 1996 NCAA Championship team.
- Freshman guard Jason Wingate led Rice H.S. of the Bronx, NY to a final #6 national ranking in the USAToday final High School poll.
- Luis Flores was named to the first team all MAAC last season.
- Freshman guard Kenny Minor was named the Baltimore City POY in 2000-01 after averaging 19 points and 8 assists per game for 28-1 Dunbar High School.
- Dave Holmes was named to the second team All-MAAC last season as a freshman.
- Jason Benton was named to the All-Freshman team in the
MAAC last season.