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#20 Jamal Coombs-McDaniel
Position: Forward
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 210
Year: Junior
Hometown: Dorchester, MA
High School: Tilton School/Connecticut
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#23 Jamal Coombs-McDaniel
6-7, 210, Jr., Forward
Hometown: Dorchester, MA
High School: Tilton (NH) School
High School Coach: Marcus O’Neil
Last School: University of Connecticut 

At Hofstra:
2011-12:
Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer regulations...Scoring threat who can drive and also has the ability to knock down shots from the outside.

Previous School:
Played two seasons at Connecticut, helping the Huskies win the 2010-11 national championship...Averaged 4.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in his two-year career...Averaged 5.6 points and 2.6 rebounds as a sophomore...Scored 25 points against Providence and 23 points against Georgetown in back-to-back wins...Had 10 points in an NCAA third-round win over Cincinnati...Averaged 3.3 points and 1.1 rebounds as a freshman, with a high of 13 points against Iona.

High School/Personal: Led Tilton School to the 2009 New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSCA) Class B championship, as well as a national prep school title...Helped Tilton to a 29-2 final record...Named the National Prep School Player of the Year…Born December 11, 1989...Has one brother and two sisters…Liberal arts major.

Jamal Coombs-McDaniel’s Career Statistics (at Connecticut)

Year     G/GS    FGM-FGA     Pct.     FTM-FTA     Pct.      Reb.     Avg.    PF     A       TO     BS   S       TP       Avg.

09-10    34/0      32-100          .320    31-46          .674      39         1.1      23      19      15      3      8       111     3.3

10-11    41/2      81-197          .411    44-55          .800      108       2.6      41      22      30      7      10      230     5.6

Totals   75/2      113-297        .380    75-101        .743      147       2.0      64      41      45      10    18      341     4.5


3-point FG: 09-10: 16-59 (.271); 10-11: 24-84 (.286); Career: 40-143 (.280)


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