Images of the 2003 Villanova graduate playing for the Great Britain basketball team in the 2012 Olympics.
VILLANOVA Gifted athlete ... Villanova's most versatile defender ... Can guard four positions ... Runs the floor well ... Long arms and quick feet make him a strong rebounder.
2001-02: Established himself as Villanova's best perimeter defensive player in 2001-02 ... Only Wildcat to start all 32 contests ... Connected on .529 of his field goal attempts ... Often assigned opponent's best offensive player and shut down his share of them ... Produced nine rebounds and four points in 72-70 loss to Connecticut in Big East Tournament on March 7 ... Chipped in with nine points, four boards and excellent defense on Marcus Hatten in a 77-62 win over St. John's on March 3 ... Helped hold Jason Kapono to nine points on 3-of-9 shooting in 58-57 Villanova victory over UCLA on Feb. 9 ... Came within a whisker of his first career double-double, with nine points and nine rebounds in a 71-59 loss at Pittsburgh on Feb. 2 ... Provided excellent defense on Marvin O'Connor and eight points in 22 minutes of a 102-73 win over St. Joseph's on Jan. 28 ... Set a new career high with 11 rebounds in 88-81 loss to Boston College on Jan. 9 ... Connected on 5-of-6 field goal attempts to contribute 13 points in win over VMI on Dec. 22 ... Scored 11 first half points to set new career high in 76-54 win over Stony Brook on Dec. 11 ... His seven rebounds in 69-45 win over Bucknell on Dec. 1 matched his career-high in that department ... Contributed six points and six caroms in 59-57 win over Dayton on Nov. 24 ... Made a key steal on Dayton's last offensive possession to give `Cats chance to win on final trip down the floor ... Made his first career start a productive one with 10 points, including 8-of-8 from the free throw line ... His 28 minutes established a new career high as did his point total... Logged a career high 39 minutes in a 61-58 overtime loss against La Salle on Nov. 27.
2000-01: Saw his minutes fluctuate throughout the season ... Scored four points in 23 minutes of activity in 74-60 win over Connecticut on Feb. 10 ... Returned from missing two games with a sprained left knee on Jan. 24 at Connecticut ... Contributed 10 strong minutes and four points in 70-59 win ... Helped shadow Albert Mouring as `Cats switched to a box and one defense in the first half ... Scored four points in a 92-65 win over St. Francis (Pa.) on Dec. 30 ... Earned a career-high 26 minutes with energy and strong defense in an 87-75 win over Towson on Nov. 26 ... Contributed four points and five rebounds ... Scored two points in 15 minutes in 101-85 win over Fairfield on Nov. 14.
1999-00: Added a defensive spark in 87-74 win over Seton Hall on Feb. 26 ... Contributed five points and a career high six rebounds too ... Added a thundering dunk and four points in 11 strong minutes of a 68-61 win over St. Joseph's on Feb. 17 at the Pavilion ... Offered several spectacular plays in 86-69 win over Notre Dame ... Ended the night with seven points and five rebounds in 14 minutes of activity ... Grabbed five rebounds and scored five points in 66-57 win at Providence on Jan. 20 ... Tied a career high with seven points in 12 minutes in 67-66 loss to Miami on Jan. 17 ... Provided excellent second half defense against Robert O'Kelley on Dec. 30 vs. Wake Forest, helping to hold the Demon Deacon star scoreless in that stanza ... Tied career high with five rebounds ... Chalked up a career high seven points and provided excellent defense in 77-71 win over South Carolina State ... A mild sprained ankle kept him on the sidelines vs. Temple on Dec. 15 ... This lithe freshman converted his first career points with a 3-point shot from the top of the key in the first half against Fairleigh Dickinson ... Chipped in with three rebounds and tough defense in seven minutes against Lafayette.
SAINT AUGUSTINE PREP
Averaged 19.8 ppg as a senior ... Team finished the year 24-6 ... Named first team all-state ... Also voted as South Jersey Player of the Year ... Scored 1,368 points in his prep career ... Signed letter of intent during fall signing period ... Coached by Paul Rodio at St. Augustine in Turnersville, N.J.
Enrolled in the School of Arts & Sciences ... Born 2/12/80 ... Only child of Eunice Sullivan ... Came to the United States from Great Britain in 1996, prior to the start of his sophomore year of high school ... Enjoys reading.
NCAA Tournament Central | Game Center | Watch Live | Live Stats | Game Notes | @NovaMBB | @FinalFour | @MarchMadness A national championship will be on the line Monday night at NRG Stadium as Villanova (34-5) and North Carolina (33-6) meet in the final game of the 2015-16 college basketball season. This will be the third time in program history that the Wildcats play in the national championship game and the first since Villanova won its only national title during a magical 1985 season.
NCAA Tournament Central | Game Center | Watch Live | Live Stats | Game Notes | @NovaMBB | @FinalFour | @MarchMadness It's time to talk basketball. Two days of pomp and circumstance, practices and media obligations kicked off the Final Four experience for the Wildcats, but on Saturday evening all the attention will be on the court at NRG Stadium as Villanova (33-5) takes on Oklahoma (29-7) in the first national semifinal game. The second contest will feature North Carolina (32-6) against Syracuse (23-13).