2015-16 Bristol Boys’ Final Basketball Stats

On average, the Panthers outscored their opposition by 28 points per game.

2015-16 Bristol Boys’ Basketball Stats
Final Season Stats
Head Coach: Craig Giesy
Record: 23-3 (14-0), 1st place NAC Stripes

Team Stats
Scoring Offense: 69.6
Scoring Defense: 41.8

Individual Leaders
Scoring
Alex Jones – 17.2 (446)
Tommy Donadio – 11.8 (308)
Bryce Gabrielson – 7.0 (174)
Phil Aliberti – 7.0 (174)
Jack Mitton – 6.5 (169)
Bryan Gabrielson – 6.1 (159)
Zach McMillion – 6.0 (133)

Rebounding
Alex Jones – 8.5 (221)
Bryce Gabrielson – 5.1 (128)

Assists
Jack Mitton – 3.8 (98)
Alex Jones – 3.7 (95)
Bryce Gabrielson – 3.2 (79)
Phil Aliberti – 2.2 (55)

Steals
Phil Aliberti – 2.6 (64)
Alex Jones – 2.1 (55)
Bryce Gabrielson – 2.0 (51)
Tommy Donadio – 1.9 (49)

Field Goal Percentage
Zach McMillion – 53.8% (49-91)
Bryce Gabrielson – 53.5% (68-127)
Phil Aliberti – 53.4% (63-118)
Alex Jones – 50.9% (167-328)
Tommy Donadio – 46.6% (111-238)
Bryan Gabrielson – 46.5% (59-127)

Three-Point Percentage
Tommy Donadio – 41.7% (58-139)
Jack Mitton – 39.6% (38-96)
Alex Jones – 38.0% (49-129)
Landon Slusher – 36.5% (23-63)
Bryan Gabrielson – 31.9% (22-69)

Free Throw Percentage
Alex Jones – 72.4% (63-87)
Bryan Gabrielson – 65.5% (19-29)
Phil Aliberti – 65.0% (39-60)
Zach McMillion – 60.0% (18-30)

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