2014-15 Fitch Final Boys’ Basketball Stats

2014-15 Fitch Boys’ Basketball Stats
Head Coach: Brian Beany
Record: 13-10 (6-6), AAC Red

Team Stats
Scoring: 58.2
Scoring Defense: 50.4
FG Percentage: 50.8%
FT Percentage: 70.7%
3PT Percentage: 33.1%
Rebounding: 26.0
Turnovers: 13.3

Individual Leaders
Scoring
1.Anthony Pangio (JR), 15.5
2.Jake Bullen (SR), 13.6
3.Dom DiFrancesco (JR), 10.6
4.Scotty Duffy (JR), 7.0
5.Derek Gunter (JR), 5.0

Rebounding
1.Anthony Pangio (JR), 9.3
2.Dom DiFrancesco (JR), 4.9
3.Jake Bullen (SR), 3.0
4.Zac Carr (SR), 2.7
5.Bryce Hall (JR), 2.2

Assists
1.Jake Bullen (SR), 5.0
2.Scotty Duffy (JR), 2.1
3.Jaylon Sanders (SO), 1.5
4.Zac Carr (SR), 1.4
5.Anthony Pangio (JR), 1.3

Steals
1.Jake Bullen (SR), 1.1
2.Jaylon Sanders (SO), 0.9

Field Goal Percentage
1.Dom DiFrancesco (JR), 71.9% (97-135)
2.Anthony Pangio (JR), 59.5% (150-252)
3.Bryce Hall (JR), 55.6% (20-36)
4.Derek Gunter (JR), 43.8% (42-96)
5.Jake Bullen (SR), 43.1% (107-248)

Free Throw Percentage
1.Jake Bullen (SR), 80.2% (69-86)
2.Anthony Pangio (JR), 77.8% (56-72)
3.Jaylon Sanders (SO), 75.0% (12-16)
4.Brian Beany (JR), 70.6% (12-17)
5.Dom DiFrancesco (JR), 66.1% (39-59)

3-Point Percentage
1.Brian Beany (JR), 42.1% (8-19)
2.Scotty Duffy (JR), 37.0% (20-54)
3.Derek Gunter (JR), 34.3% (23-67)
4.Jake Bullen (SR), 30.6% (30-98)

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