Bristol Recent Boys’ Basketball History

Bristol Boys’ Basketball Recent History

Records
2013-14: 16-7 (8-5), NAC Stripes
2012-13: 24-1 (13-0), NAC Stripes
2011-12: 12-9 (8-5), NAC Stripes
2010-11: 3-18 (2-11), NAC Stripes

Scoring Leaders
2013-14: Brandon Lee, 19.6
2012-13 Chad Oliver, 23.8
2011-12: Austin Rimer, 14.8
2010-11: Andy Holko, 17.1

Rebounding Leaders
2013-14: Alex Jones, 5.6
2012-13: Chad Oliver, 11.0
2011-12: Chad Oliver, 7.6
2010-11: Andy Holko, 7.7

Assist Leaders
2013-14: Zeth Tomasiak, 3.6
2012-13: Chad Oliver, 4.2
2011-12: Chad Oliver, 2.9
2010-11: Andy Holko, 0.4

Steal Leader
2013-14: Brandon Lee, 3.2
2012-13: Chad Oliver, 4.0
2011-12: Austin Rimer, 3.0
2010-11: Andy Holko, 2.0

Field Goal Percentage Leader
2013-14: Gary Hopson, 58.3% (74-127)
2012-13: Chad Oliver, 52.2% (213-408)
2011-12: Chad Oliver, 54.1% (105-194)
2010-11: Chad Oliver, 45.5% (25-55)

3-Point Percentage Leader
2013-14: Aaron Wiebe, 37.5% (12-32)
2012-13: Chad Oliver, 39.7% (50-126)
2011-12: Johnny Simcox, 52.9% (9-17)
2010-11: Josh Double, 34.7% (25-72)

Free Throw Percentage Leader
2013-14: Brandon Lee, 79.8% (83-104)
2012-13: Gary Hopson, 68.0% (17-25)
2011-12: Brandon Lee, 74.6% (53-71)
2010-11: Josh Double, 74.1% (20-27)

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