M. Basketball: Garrett Putman

Garrett Putman

  Position: F    Ht.: 6-6    Wt.: 200
  Hometown: Washington, D.C.
  Previous School: Alderson-Broaddus College
  Eligibility: Sr.-R  Major: Business Administration

Transfer prior to the 2011-12 season from Division II Alderson-Broaddus-College in Philippi, West Virginia, where he was a two-year starter for head coach Greg Zimmerman.

• Played in four games before suffering a season-ending injury that required him to miss the remainder of the season and earn a medical redshirt year.
• Prior to his injury, Putman had averaged 2.0 points and 2.3 rebounds per game.
• Played a total of 55 minutes on the season, including logging 16 minutes each in back-to-back games against St. Cloud State (Nov. 23) and University of Mary (Nov. 24).
• Scored a season-high 4 points against both Stillman (Nov. 15) and University of Mary (Nov. 24).
• Blocked two shots on the season.
• Had a season-high 4 rebounds vs. UPR-Bayamon (Nov. 20) and pulled down at least one board in all four of the games he saw action in.

• Played in all 30 games, starting 20 and coming off the bench 10 times
• Averaged 5.2 points and 6.0 rebounds per game.
• Was second on the team in rebounds with 180 and led squad with 75 offensive boards.
• Posted four games with double-digit rebounds, including pulling down a season-best 12 boards vs. Saint Leo (Jan. 11).
• Scored in double figures in one game, which was also his only double-double of the season as he had 15 points and 10 rebounds vs. Armstrong Atlantic (Nov. 26).
• Had 17 games with six or more rebounds, including nine SSC games with six or more boards.
• Blocked 10 shots on season, including a season-high two blocks in the Mocs SSC Tournament game vs. Saint Leo (Mar. 4).
• Dished out 43 assists, including a season-best 4 vs. Florida Tech (Mar. 2) and had 19 steals on the year, including a season-best 3 vs. Armstrong Atlantic (Nov. 26).
• Shot 47.3 percent (69-for-146) from the field. His 69 made field goals was fifth-best on the team.
• In SSC play, he averaged 3.9 points and 5.5 rebounds per game and shot 49.2 percent from the floor.
• Averaged 22.9 minutes played per game and was one of six players on the team that averaged 20 or more minutes per game.

As a sophomore (2010-11)… Helped the Battlers to an 19-12 record, starting 23 of 31 games, and averaging 5.3 points and 5.7 rebounds… Second on the team in rebounding for the second year in a row… Finished 20th in the 15-team West Virginia Intercollegiate Conference, but was eighth in offensive rebounds… Also second on the team in blocked shots with 17, and third in steals with 28… Led the Battlers with a .563 field goal percentage, the second year in a row he was number one in that category… Scored in double figures four times with a career-high high of 15 points in 76-67 win vs. Seton Hill (Feb. 23)… Led or tied for the team lead in rebounding eight times during the season, including a 92-91 overtime loss at Pittsburgh-Johnstown in which he had a career-high 12 boards… Had one double-double (10 points and 11 rebounds vs. Pittsburgh-Johnstown on Jan. 10)… As a freshman (2009-10)… Started 27 games for a team that finished 24-7 overall, 18-4 in the WVIAC, and earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament… Helped the Battlers win 15 in a row at one point during the season… Second on the team with a 5.1 rebounding average and also scored 6.0 points per game… Second on the team with 20 blocked shots… Led A-B with a .551 field goal percentage… Scored in double figures six times with a season-high of 13 points in the WVIAC Tournament vs. Ohio Valley, an 87-72 win (Mar. 2)… Led or tied for the team in lead in rebounds in two different games… One of those games was his first college start when he had six points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots in an 85-73 win over District of Columbia (Dec. 11)… Had one double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds in 84-79 win over West Virginia State (Jan. 21).

(GRAD. 2009)… Two-year letterman for coach Eric Brockenberry at McKinley Tech High School in Washington, D.C.… As a senior, averaged 14.8 points, 8.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game… Won the DC Interscholastic Athletic Association Eastern Conference, and was runner-up in the 2009 DCIAA championship game… DC IAA All-East Team and Defensive Player-of-the-Year… As a junior, averaged 12.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game when he was DC IAA All-East, the co-MVP, Defensive First Team honoree.

Born: May 24, 1991... Son of Rhoda Quander and Kelly Putman… Youngest of three children with two older brothers (Vincent-37, and Kelly Jr.-32)… His cousin, Dalonte Hill, is an assistant coach for the University of Maryland… Business administration major.

FSC CAREER HIGHS: Points - 15 vs. Armstrong Atlantic, 12/5/11; Rebounds - 12 vs. Saint Leo, 1/11/12; Assists - 3 vs. Tampa, 2/22/12; Blocks - 2 vs. Saint Leo, 3/4/12; Steals - 3 vs. Armstrong Atlantic, 12/5/11; Minutes - 32 vs. Chowan, 12/17/11.


*2009-11 stats are from Alderson-Broaddus

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