Stony Brook finishes 2012-13 season with program-best 25-8 record.
Seawolves look to move one step closer to Madison Square Garden and the NIT Final Four.
Seawolves advance to play Iowa in the second round Friday on ESPNU.
Seawolves seek their first-ever national postseason tournament victory.
Seawolves earn their third postseason bid in the last four seasons and will play Minutemen on ESPN3.
2012-13: Appeared in all 31 games...led the team in 3 point field goal percentage (.418)...Scored 16 points without missing on the day, going 4-4 from three and 4-4 from the free throw line against Sacred Heart (Nov. 18)...notched 16 points off the bench including 4-6 from 3-point range in a 66-52 home win over Eastern Illinois (Dec. 1)...scored 9 points in a road win at. St. Francis Brk (Dec. 12)...had 9 points in a home victory against New Hampshire (Jan. 5)...scored 12 points and contributed 7 rebounds in a victory at. Binghamton (Jan. 9)...scored 11 points in a home victory against Maine (Jan. 26)...scored 16 points going 4-5 from 3-point range in a 65-48 home win against Vermont (Feb. 15)
2011-12: Appeared in 31 games...averaged 4.5 points while shooting 40.5% from the field...scored 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting at Indiana (Nov. 11)...scored 12 points on 3-of-4 shooting vs. UMBC (Jan. 11)...scored 11 points and dished out three assists vs. Binghamton (Feb. 1)...scored 14 points vs. UMBC (Feb. 9).
2010-11:Appeared in 27 games and made 20 starts...averaged 7.0 PPG and was tied for second on the team in points (188)...missed the first five games with knee injury...returned on Dec. 1 to score eight points and dish out four assists vs. Lehigh...scored 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting at Notre Dame (Dec. 19)...scored 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting in a win at UMBC (Jan. 2)...set a career high in scoring with 19 points against Vermont (Jan. 4)...scored a team-high 14 points at Binghamton (Jan. 10)...scored 13 points on 4-of-7 shooting and made three clutch free throws at the end of the first overtime to force a second extra period in 64-60 win over New Hampshire (Jan. 15)...put up a team-high 15 points vs. Manhattan (Feb. 19).
2009-10: Appeared in 31 games, making 11 starts ... averaged 15.3 minutes per game ... led the team in scoring twice ... scored in double-figures four times ... led Seawolves in assists in five games ... scored four points and dished out two assists in 15 minutes of action in season-opening victory at Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/13) ... hit his first six shots on his way to a game-high 16 points at Rhode Island (11/24) ... hit four of five shots from three-point land ... made first career start in win over NJIT (11/28) ... had career-high four assists in win over Holy Cross (12/31) ... tallied seven points and two rebounds in 16 minutes of action in win over Hartford (1/7) ... had six points and five rebounds in win over UNH (1/10) ... scored career-high 17 points in win over Albany (1/24) ... shot 8-for-10 from the field ... scored 14 points in win over Boston University (1/30) ... shot 6-for-10 from the field ... tallied all of his 10 points in the first half of win over Binghamton (2/13).
High School: Played for head coach Mike Jones at famed DeMatha Catholic High School ... led the 2008-09 Stags to a 32-4 record and a No. 7 national ranking in the final ESPN RISE FAB 50 boys' basketball rankings ... was a 2009 second team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference selection ... named the Stags 2008-09 team MVP ... helped DeMatha to the 2009 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) regular season and tournament titles as well as the 2009 City title ... averaged 11.1 points per game ... an honorable mention All-Met pick ... chosen to play in the prestigious Capital Classic ... averaged a team-high 14.0 points per game as a starter for DeMatha in 2007-08 ... shot 45 percent from three and almost 90 percent from the free throw line ... helped DeMatha to a 20-10 record and a spot in the WCAC tournament semifinals ... an important contributor to the 2006-07 DeMatha squad that finished the season ranked 16th nationally after winning its third consecutive WCAC and City titles.
Paw Prints: Marcus Von Rouse... son of Gerald and Jacquese Rouse ... born Feb. 14, 1991 ... has three brothers- Kalvin McGee (25), Gerald Jr. (24) and Dion (13) ... My favorite professional sports team: Washington Redskins ... The person(s) I look up to the most: My family... My favorite sports hero: Michael Jordan ... The biggest influence on me as a basketball player: My father and uncle ... Most impressive person I've ever met: Floyd Mayweather.