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1 minute ago, BhillGuy said:

One more award cycle until season awards. Who wins ROY? Who are on the all rookie team. Does anyone on Albany get in all conference teams?

Rizzuto and Healey should probably both be on Rookie team. Healey IMO should be a ROY and 2nd all conference. His numbers are insane...

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3 hours ago, Dane Pound said:

Healy is 41 points away from tying Jamar's' freshman point total of 509. 

Outstanding but I just looked up Jamars stats and his freshman year he played 27 games.  Healy has played 28 so far with at least 4 more games left.  Certainly Healy has a great shot at 2000 in his career here (don't think of transferring!)

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3 hours ago, nysteve661 said:

Outstanding but I just looked up Jamars stats and his freshman year he played 27 games.  Healy has played 28 so far with at least 4 more games left.  Certainly Healy has a great shot at 2000 in his career here (don't think of transferring!)

At this point, he has an outside shot at 2,000 points at UA even WITH a grad year transfer.

For arguments sake give him 6 more games this season (saying UA makes the AE championship game and loses) and he averages 22 pts a game. He would finish the year at 600 points total, meaning he would need 1400 more, or 700 a season to get there in 3 years. Over the last 5 years or so, UA has averaged about 33 games a season. That means he would need to average 21.2 ppg over the next 2 seasons to get there by the end of his junior year

Now that would be crazy. I really think that there is too much talent around him for him to average that many points per game, but it really isn't out of the question.

 

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If it holds, he also might have one of the top 5 FT% seasons in AE history...

He is at 89% currently. Here are the top seasons:

1 Jermaine Anderson .9189 2005-06 New Hampshire
2 Jaleen Smith .9000 2015-16 New Hampshire
3 Aaron Calixte .8992 2017-18 Maine
4 Will Darley .8909 2016-17 Maryland-Baltimore County
5 Logan Aronhalt .8889 2011-12 Albany (NY)
  Four McGlynn .8889 2011-12 Vermont
7 Jason Grochowalski .8767 2003-04 Boston University
8 Mike Derocckis .8750 1998-99 Drexel
9 Lucas Woodhouse .8740 2016-17 Stony Brook
10 Justin Bailey .8724 1998-99 Hartford
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