Position: G Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 185
Hometown: St. Petersburg, Fla.
Previous School: Lakewood HS
Eligibility: Sr. Major: Business Administration
HONORS WON: 2012-13 Second-Team All-SSC ... 2013 SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll ... SSC Player of the Week (1/28/13, 12/10/12) ... 2012 Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll.
JUNIOR SEASON HIGHLIGHTS (2012-13):
• Along with Seth Evans, was one of two Moccasins to start all 33 games, and was one of four Moccasins to average double figure points (13.4 per game).
• Was third on the team in points scored (442 points), tied for second in scoring with Kevin Capers (13.4) and led team in rebounding (194 boards) and was fourth in assists (73) and tied for second with Cameron Vines in steals (47).
• Finished second on the team in both double figure scoring games (26) and 20-point scoring games (4) and was tied with Brett Bailey for the team lead in double-digit rebound games (3).
• Led the team in double-doubles with three and enters this season with six career double-doubles. His three double-doubles were tied for fifth-best in the SSC.
• Second on the team in 3-pointers made with 66 and ended the season having made at least one trey in 27 games and ended the season by making at least a trey in three consecutive games. Finished tied for fifth in made 3-pointers and tied for eighth in 3-pointers made per game.
• Had 21 games with five or more rebounds, including a season-high 10 boards three times - vs. Armstrong Atlantic (Dec. 3), at Saint Leo (Jan. 9) and vs. Tampa (Jan. 23).
• Earned SSC Player of the Week honors on Jan. 28 after averaging 19.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game to help the Mocs to win over Tampa and Florida Tech. In those two games, he shot 56 percent (14-for-25) from the field, 43 percent (6-for-14) from the 3-point line and was a perfect 5-for-5 at the free throw line.
• Also earned SSC Player of the Week on Dec. 10 after averaging 22.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.5 blocks per game to help the Mocs to home wins over Armstrong Atlantic and Benedict. Against Armstrong Atlantic, he recorded a double-double of 26 points and 10 boards and then scored 19 points, had six boards and career-high 3 blocks vs. Benedict (Dec. 8).
• Had a streak of seven consecutive games of scoring 10 or more points from Jan. 9-Feb. 2 and ended the season by scoring double figures in three consecutive games.
• Recorded 73 assists and had three or more assists in 10 games, including a career-high 7 at Eckerd (Feb. 20).
• Had 47 steals and was ninth in the SSC with an average of 1.4 steals per game. Collected three or more steals in a game 7 times, including a career-high 4 steals at Florida Tech (Jan. 26).
• Was tied for second on the team with 11 blocked shots, including blocking a career-high 3 shots vs. Benedict (Dec. 8).
• Led the team in scoring 11 times and led the team in rebounding a team-leading 12 times.
• Had team season highs in field goal attempts (22 vs. Armstrong Atlantic, 12/3) and was tied for the team lead in foul outs with 5.
• Averaged 8.9 points and 4.7 rebounds in FSC's seven postseason contests, including averaging 10.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in the NCAA Tournament.
• On the season, shot 40 percent (166-of-416) from the field and 77 percent (44-of-57) from the free throw line.
• His 166 made field goals led the team, while his 416 field goal attempts also were a team best. Shot 50 percent or better from the field in 11 games, including a season-best 58 percent from the field at Lynn (7-of-12) and at Florida Tech (7-of-12).
• Connected on 44-of-57 free throws, including making 16-of-21 free throws in SSC play. Finished the season making 15-of-20 free throws (75 percent).
• In SSC play, played in and started all 16 games and averaged 13.5 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game.
• Averaged 28.8 minutes per game, which was second-best on the squad.
• Played 30 or more minutes in 15 games, including a career-high tying 38 minutes in the Mocs 85-80 overtime win over Eckerd in the semifinals of the SSC Tournament.
SOPHOMORE SEASON HIGHLIGHTS (2011-12):
• Along with Brett Bailey, was one of two Moccasins to start all 30 games, and was one of four Moccasins to average double digit points (11.5 per game)
• Second on the team in 3-pointers made with 55, and ended the season having made at least one in 14 straight games… Finished sixth in the SSC in total 3-pointers and ninth in 3-point field goals per game
• Third on the team in rebounding with a 5.2 average that was the best among any of the Moccasins’ perimeter players, and had three double-digit games
• Had three double-doubles, coming in wins over Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras (Nov. 19), Florida Tech (Dec. 8) and Saint Leo (Feb. 15)
• Second on the team with 46 steals, and ranked eighth in the SSC with 1.5 per game
• Scored in double figures 19 times with three 20-point games
• Was the team scoring leader three times (all of them with 20+ points), and poured in a career-high 27 points in 94-85 victory over Nova Southeastern (Feb. 4)… Also had 23 points in 98-86 win over Malone (Dec. 19) and 20 in 86-75 win over Florida Tech (Dec. 8)
• Involved in two plays that either tied the game or gave Florida Southern the lead in the final five seconds of a game… Assisted the winning basket by Kevin Capers at the buzzer in 85-84 win over Armstrong Atlantic (Nov. 26) and sent the game to overtime with a basket against Chowan with 3.7 seconds remaining (Dec. 17)
• Averaged 10.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.7 steals in the Moccasins’ three SSC Tournament games
• Went 9-for-14 from the floor in his 23-point game against Malone, setting a career-high for field goals
• Went to the line 13 times and made 11 in 86-75 win over Florida Tech, a game in which he also had 20 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and four steals (Dec. 8)
• Made four 3-pointers in a game three times, once in the 108-80 win over Florida Tech in the SSC Tournament semifinals (March 3)
• Led the Mocs in rebounding six times, including five conference games… One of those was a 75-72 loss to Saint Leo in which he collected a career-high 12 rebounds and also had 12 points and four assists
• Had a season-high five assists four different times, including the NCAA Tournament game vs. Christian Brothers (March 10)
• Made a season-high four steals three times in the span of four games in December, including back-to-back games against Florida Tech (Dec. 8) and Chowan (Dec. 17)
FRESHMAN SEASON HIGHLIGHTS (2010-11):
• One of Florida Southern’s regular reserves who saw action in 24 games but made mid-season starts at Tampa (Jan. 19) and at Rollins (Jan. 22)
• Had his biggest game of the season in the Mocs’ 76-74 win over Rollins in the NCAA South Region Tournament, going 4-for-4 from the field, with three 3-pointers, scoring a career-high 11 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds to play, and picking up one rebound and two assists in nine minutes
• Had three points, a season-high six rebounds, two assists and three steals in his first college start, coming in the 81-67 win at Tampa (Jan. 19)
DOMINIC LANE IN HIGH SCHOOL
(GRAD. 2010)… Came to Florida Southern from Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg where he played four years of basketball for coach Daniel Wright… First Team All-Pinellas County Athletic Conference as a junior when he averaged 13 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals per game, and the Spartans went 23-5… Second Team All-Pinellas County as a senior… Selected to play in the Pinellas County-Hillsborough County All-Star Game… Helped the Spartans win the district title in 2010, and to a runner-up finish in 2009… Former teammates Ed Nixon (Virginia Commonwealth) and Michael Morrison (George Mason) are also playing college basketball… Played AAU basketball for Team STAT, coached by Therion Joseph… Honor roll student all four years at Lakewood and member of the National Honor Society.
Born: December 6, 1991… Goes by the name Dom… Son of Ron Lane Sr. and Felicia Rogers… Youngest of five children in the family with one brother (Ronnie Jr.-23) and three sisters (Kalena-38, Tiki-35, and Katoria-30)… Cousin Peter Warrick played football at Florida State and was later a first-round draft pick by the Cincinnati Bengals.
FSC CAREER HIGHS: Points - 27 vs. Nova Southeastern, 2/4/12; Rebounds - 12 vs. Saint Leo, 2/15/12; Assists - 7 at Eckerd, 2/20/13; Blocks - 3 vs. Benedict, 12/8/12; Steals - 4 (4x) last at Florida Tech, 1/26/13; Minutes - 38 (2x) last vs. Eckerd (3/9/13).