2011-12: Played in all 32 games, starting 25…Named
to the CAA All-Academic first team…Averaged 5.3 points and 2.6
rebounds…Began the season as a reserve before starting the last 25 games…Ranked
second in the CAA in assists (4.8 apg)…Finished
third in the conference in total assists with 153…Posted the CAA’s fourth-best
assist-to-turnover ratio at plus-1.7…Recorded a career-high 15 assists versus
UNC Wilmington on Feb. 25. The assist total was the highest of any CAA player
this season and was one short of the Hofstra single-season program record...Notched
three games of 10-plus assists…Added 10 assists coming off the bench versus LIU on Nov. 11…Scored 13
points and tallied 10 assists versus Colgate on Dec. 22. The game marked the first time a Hofstra player recorded a
double-double via points and assists since Charles Jenkins accomplished the feat against JMU on Feb. 18,
2009…Tied a career high with 15 points versus Binghamton on Dec. 17. That also
marked the highest point total against a Division I opponent… Scored 10 points
and compiled nine assists on Dec. 29 against an Iona squad that qualified for
the NCAA Tournament…Scored nine points and collected six rebounds and four
assists at ODU on Jan. 14…Averaged 28.1 minutes per game despite playing as a
reserve through the first seven games…One of five players to appear in every
game for Hofstra…Had 85 assists and averaged 3.9 points and 2.9 assists in 18
Started the first 11 games before an injury ended his season...Averaged 6.8 points and 3.3 assists per game...Had season-high 15 points in his first game against Farmingdale State...Had 10 points in back-to-back wins over Rider and Towson...Had seven assists and one turnover in his last game against Holy Cross on...Had five steals in the home win over Towson...Averaged 27.6 minutes per game.
Junior College: Played in the 2009-10 season at Indian Hills Community College in Iowa, which he led to a 25-8 record…Averaged 10 points and eight assists per game, while helping the Braves to a Region 11 regular season title…Was an honorable mention all-region selection…Had 17 points in the first half of a playoff game win over Marshalltown…Scored 18 points, including the game-winning shot with 13.8 seconds left, in an 83-79 win over Ellsworth…Played his first year of junior college at Miami Dade in 2008-09, which he helped to a 26-2 record and a No. 3 ranking nationally.
High School: Played for two seasons at St. Benedict’s in New Jersey, where he was coached by current Wagner coach Danny Hurley…Averaged 14 points, seven assists and five rebounds per game…Helped St. Benedict’s to a 24-1 record, a New Jersey Prep A state title, and a No. 2 ranking nationally…Rated as the No. 57 point guard in the country by ESPN.com coming out of high school…Played at Boys and Girls in Brooklyn through the 2005-06 season before finishing his scholastic career at St. Benedict's.
Born August 18, 1989...Majoring in linguistics at Hofstra with a minor in physical education...Has three brothers and three sisters...Lists The Autobiography of Malcolm X as his favorite book...Started playing basketball at age one (dribbling a basketball) and started playing competitively at age four...Lists Kobe Bryant and Chris Johnson as his favorite athletes...Nicknamed D-Mac...Plans to get his master's degree in physical education after graduation and become a physical education teacher.
Dwan McMillan's Career Statistics
Year G/GS FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT Reb. Avg. PF A TO BS S TP AVG
10-11 11/11 26-66 .394 21-31 .677 21 1.9 32 36 22 1 22 75 6.8
11-12 32/25 52-145 .359 65-97 .670 84 2.6 91 153 88 1 31 170 5.3
Totals 43/36 78-211 .369 86-128 .671 105 2.4 123 189 110 2 53 245 5.7
FG: 10-11: 2-15 (.133); 11-12 1-9 (.111); Totals: 3-24 (.125)