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2001-02 Roster

July 10, 2001

Numerical | Alphabetical

Numerical

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown (High School)
1 Barry Elder G 6-3? 215 Fr.? Madison, Ga. (Morgan County)
2 Isma’il Muhammad F 6-5? 218 Fr.? Atlanta, Ga. (W.D. Mohammed)
3 Tony Akins***? G? 5-11? 185 Sr.? Lilburn, Ga. (Berkmar)
5 Clarence Moore*? F? 6-5? 220 So.-R? Norco, La. (South LaFourche)
12 Luke Schenscher C 7-0 230 Fr. Hope Forest, Australia (Lake Ginninderra)
14 Winston Neal***? G? 6-1? 200 Sr.? Greenville, Ga. (Flint RiverAcademy)
24 Marvin Lewis*? G? 6-4? 200 So.? Germantown, Md. (Montrose Christian)
32 Ed Nelson? F? 6-7? 250 Fr.? Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas)
33 Halston Lane*? G-F? 6-5? 205 So.? Oak Ridge, Tenn. (Oak Ridge)
34 Robert Brooks*? F? 6-8? 215 So.? Saginaw, Mich. (Arthur Hill)
44 Michael Isenhour** F 6-8? 250 Sr.-R? Lawrenceville, Ga. (Shiloh/AirForce)
55 Anthony McHenry? G-F? 6-6? 212 Fr.? Birmingham, Ala. (Woodlawn)

Alphabetical

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown (High School)
3 Tony Akins*** G? 5-11 185? Sr.? Lilburn, Ga. (Berkmar)
34 Robert Brooks* F? 6-8 215? So.? Saginaw, Mich. (Arthur Hill)
1 Barry Elder G? 6-3 215? Fr.? Madison, Ga. (Morgan County)
44 Michael Isenhour** F 6-8 250 Sr.-R Lawrenceville, Ga. (Shiloh/AirForce)
33 Halston Lane*? G-F? 6-5? 205? So.? Oak Ridge, Tenn. (Oak Ridge)
24 Marvin Lewis*? G? 6-4? 200? So.? Germantown, Md. (Montrose Christian)
55 Anthony McHenry? G-F? 6-6? 212? Fr.? Birmingham, Ala. (Woodlawn)
5 Clarence Moore*? F? 6-5? 220? So.-R? Norco, La. (South LaFourche)
2 Isma’il Muhammad F 6-5 218 Fr. Atlanta, Ga. (W.D. Mohammed)
14 Winston Neal***? G 6-1? 200? Sr.? Greenville, Ga. (Flint RiverAcademy)
32 Ed Nelson? F? 6-7? 250? Fr.? Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas)
12 Luke Schenscher C 7-0 230 Fr. Hope Forest, Australia (Lake Ginninderra)

*Denotes varsity letters earned

Head Coach: Paul Hewitt (St. John Fisher ’85) 2nd season
Assistant Coaches: Dean Keener (Davidson ’88) 2nd season
Cliff Warren (Mount St. Mary’s ’89) 2nd season
Willie Reese (Georgia Tech ’89) 3rd season
Director of Basketball Operations: Peter Zaharis (New York Univ. ’87) 2nd season
(as of 9-21-01)
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