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0   Brennan Martin
Brennan Martin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

High School:
Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 190

Position:
F

Birthdate:
12/26/1982


Career Stats Entering the 03-04 Season in PDF Format
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Looks to push for more playing time at small forward ... Outstanding shooter, who could develop into a threat from three-point range for the Minutemen.

2003-2004 (Junior):
Reserve small forward for the Minutemen ... Received the team's John Murphy Most Inspirational Player Award ... Played in 24 games on the season, with two starts ... Averaged 2.3 points, 0.4 rebounds and 0.4 assists per game ... Hit on 13 of 42 (31.0 percent) three-point field goal attempts ... Scored nine points at Temple, while hitting three of five three-point attempts ... Totaled six points and three assists in the home victory over Temple ... Scored five points against Maine, with one rebound and one assist ... Earned a start against Marshall, and responded with eight points on four of six shooting ... Had five points at Central Connecticut State ... Scored 13 points off the bench at Boston College, hitting four of seven attempts from three-point range.

As a Sophomore in 2002-2003: Played in 23 games on the season, starting six times ... Averaged 3.0 points and 1.3 rebounds per game ... Ranked third on the team in three-point percentage (.323), and fourth in three-point goals made (19) and attempted (58) ... Scored five or more points eight times on the year ... Came off the bench to score a career-high 10 points in 12 minutes of action at St. Bonaventure ... In first career start against Florida International, totaled nine points, three rebounds and two assists, while hitting three of five from three-point range ... Had a career-high four assists, three points and two rebounds in 28 minutes of action as a starter against Duquesne ... Recorded eight points and two steals against Utah ... Scored nine points and handed out three assists against Boston College, while hitting three of four three pointers ... Had six points against George Washington in the Atlantic 10 Tournament, making two of three from three-point range ... Scored six points in both games against Fordham.

2001-2002 (Sophomore):
Played in 19 games as a freshman, all as a reserve ... Went scoreless over his first seven collegiate appearances, but came off the pine at St. Bonaventure to record career-highs of nine points and two assists in a career-long 22-minute playing stint which sparked the Minutemen to a 67-65 victory that ended the Bonnies' 10-game homecourt win streak ... His nine points against the Bonnies came on a career-high three, three-pointers (in five attempts) ... Played 11 or more minutes five times off the bench, and had just three turnovers for the year, with no miscues in his last 57 minutes of action ... Fifteen of his 26 points came in back-to-back games at St. Bonaventure (nine points) and against Dayton (six) in Amherst ... Twenty-four of his 26 points came on three-point goals, as he was eight for 26 (30.8 percent) from beyond the arc ... Of his 32 field goal attempts, 26 were launched from bonus distance ... Minutemen were 2-1 on the year when he contributed five or more points ... Had five points off the bench in homecourt win over Rhode Island ... Also had career-high-tying two assists at Temple ... Grabbed career-best two rebounds at Boston College and against Dayton in Amherst ... Led team in steals once ... Received UMass' Jim McCoy Most Improved Player honor at the team's season-ending banquet.

Before UMass:
The second high school recruit to sign with coach Lappas and his staff during the 2001 spring signing period ... Spent the 2000-2001 season at Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy, and originally signed a national letter of intent with Villanova, but was released when Lappas moved to UMass ... Averaged 14.5 points, four rebounds and two steals for coach Kevin Keatts' 27-1 Hargrave team ... Shot 53 percent from three-point range at Hargrave ... One of 11 players from Hargrave's 2000-2001 team that signed to play Division I basketball in 2001-2002 ... Selected as one of the nation's Top 25 prep school players by Hoop Scoop for the 2000-2001 season, and was a McDonald's All-American nominee ... Before attending Hargrave, he played three seasons on the varsity at Mission Viejo (Calif.) Trabuco Hills High School ... Averaged 18 points, nine rebounds and six assists as a senior for coach Rainer Wulf ... All-Conference, All-State and All-CIF performer at Trabuco Hills ... Also named to Blue Ribbon's high school All-America team and was an honorable-mention USA Today prep All-America choice.

Personal:
Full name is Brennan Lee Martin ... Born Dec. 26, 1982, in Martinsville, Va. ... Son of Edward and Deborah Martin ... Majoring in Sociology.

 Career Statistics through Dec. 20, 2004
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Year	GP	GS	Min	Avg	FG	FGA	Pct	3FG	3FGA	Pct	FT	FTA	Pct	Off	Def	Tot	Avg	PF	FO	Ast	TO	Blk	Stl	Pts	Avg
2001-02	19	0	135	7.1	9	32	.281	8	26	.308	0	0	.000	3	5	8	0.4	5	0	10	3	1	2	26	1.4
2002-03	23	6	279	12.1	21	65	.323	19	58	.328	9	12	.750	6	24	30	1.3	28	0	19	18	1	8	70	3.0
2003-04	24	2	222	9.3	21	54	.389	13	42	.310	1	2	.500	4	5	9	0.4	26	0	10	9	2	3	56	2.3
2004-05	2	0	18	9.0	1	5	.200	1	5	.200	0	0	.000	1	0	1	0.5	1	0	3	1	0	1	3	1.5
TOTAL	68	8	654	9.6	52	156	.333	41	131	.313	10	14	.714	14	34	48	0.7	60	0	42	31	4	14	155	2.3

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