2003-04: Named Most Valuable Player of the Battle of Baltimore Tournament and co-America East Player of the Week...recorded his seventh career “double-double” with 19 points/10 rebounds in the 72-50 win over Loyola...hit 7 of 9 FG attempts vs. Loyola....followed up with 10 points/5 caroms vs. Towson’s stingy zone defense...made 17 trips to the charity stripe in 2 games, but did not attempt a free throw in a four-point effort vs. Princeton...made the All Tournament Team of the BOB for the second straight year...after the Battle of Baltimore, he hit just 7 of 26 from the floor in a five-game span and played just 12 minutes at USF ...suffered a lacerated elbow (15 stitches) in practice while out west, but did start vs. the Dons...despite taking three more stitches to close a wound to his chin, Feeley rebounded to tally 13 points and a career high 16 rebounds in the double overtime loss to Santa Clara...it was his second “double-double” of the year, and the eighth of his career...the 16 caroms is the most for a UMBC player since Peter Mulligan recorded 16 in the 2001 game at Santa Clara...averaged just 2.0 ppg and 2.5 rpg in the first eight league contests, but did post 8 pts./10 rebounds vs. Binghamton in his most extensive playing time (31 min.) in an America East game...followed up with a 9/12 fg (18 pts.) effort at Vermont...started vs. Albany (first time since 1/10), but DNP vs. Stony Brook (coaches’ decision) for the first time in ‘03-’04...did not attempt a free throw in 10 straight games...has not played in one game in each of his three seasons...became the 51st player in school history to hit the 500-point plateau...tied his career high with 22 points (11/14 fg) in 27 minutes at Northeastern, and just missed a “double-double” with 9 caroms...11 field goals was the most by a Retriever in a game in ‘03-’04 and the most in a game by any current Retriever...scored just 2 points at home vs. UNH and Maine, but recorded career “double-double” #9 with 18 points and 11 boards at Binghamton...it was his eighth straight “double-double” away from the RAC Arena...averaged 8.7 ppg and 5.9 rpg in road games (regular season), and just 2.8 ppg (did not score in double figures in 11 home games) and 3.4 rpg at the RAC Arena in 2003-04...blocked three shots vs. Binghamton and Hartford and climbed to eighth (tied) in the league with 1.00 blocks per game
2002-03:Named to the All Tournament Teams at the Battle of Baltimore and the State Farm Classic...suffered back spasms two days before the opener and did not start, but came off the bench to score 16 points (7/10 fg) and add 7 boards vs. Towson and tallied 9 points, with 6 boards and 3 rejections vs. Loyola...recorded his third career “double-double” with 14 points and a game-high 12 rebounds at Villanova...had 10 points and 8 boards in the final 20 minutes of play...recorded “double-double” #2 of the year with 12/12 at Maryland and notched #3 with 14/10 vs. Oral Roberts...shot 10 of 18 from the floor and 7 of 9 from the stripe in Charleston (State Farm Classic)...led UMBC in rebounding in each of the first nine games until snaring just 4 vs. Princeton...set new career highs with 22 points and ten field goals (10/11 fg) made at St. Francis (PA)..recorded fourth “double-double” of the season and sixth of his career with 19 points/10 rebounds at Quinnipiac. . DNP at Mount, missing his first game of the season to attend his grandfather’s funeral in New Jersey...hit 59.3% from the floor in NEC games...finished fourth in the NEC in rebounding (7.8 per game), fifth in field goal percentage (55.0%), and sixth in blocked shots (0.96 per outing).
2001-02: Started 21 games for the Retrievers in his initial season...demostrated signs of good offensive instincts, but the wear and tear of a collegiate season eventually took its toll..Thrust into a starting role in the absence of Peter Mulligan, tallied 20 points, and added 15 rebounds vs. Quinnipiac...also notched 3 assists, 2 blocks, 2 steals, and 0 turnovers in 41 minutes of play as UMBC prevailed in overtime...had played 36 minutes in four games prior to the QU game...played 41 more minutes in his second start vs. CCSU and pulled down 7 more caroms...named NEC Rookie of the Week for his efforts ...started 21 straight games, but averaged just 3.4 ppg over a five-game span until recording his second “double-double” on December 29 with an impressive 10-point/10-rebound effort vs. Detroit... averaged just 1.1 ppg over his last seven regular season games...drew his first DNP of the season in the February 23 win vs. Wagner ...saw limited minutes in NEC Tournament, hitting both field goal attempts and adding a pair of rejections vs. Quinnipiac.
BACKGROUND: Earned Courier News Second Team All Area honors last season after averaging 16.0 ppg, 12.0 rpg, and 2 blocks per game for the Raiders…named as one of top 15 players in Union County and was a McDonald's All American nominee…thrived despite Scotch Plains' struggles on the court the past two seasons…once scored 25 points, hauled down 15 rebounds and rejected 6 shots vs. Elizabeth HS…selected UMBC last fall for its "great academics, athletic facilities, and location"…recruited by many other Division I schools in the Northeast, such as New Hampshire, Lafayette, and Rider…enjoys music, especially the work of Jay-Z and Eminem…older brother, James, 21, played football at the College of New Jersey…also has a younger sister, Katie, a volleyball player at Scotch Plains…is interested in the coaching profession...is a member of the UMBC Student-Athlete Advisory Council and was an alternate to attend the NCAA Leadership Conference in Orlando this past spring... Son of Patricia and James Feeley... Born on August 11, 1983.
Career Double-Doubles (9)
12-06-01 vs.Quinnipiac 20/15; 12-29-01 vs. Detroit 10/10; 12-10-02 at Villanova 14/12; 12-23-02 at Maryland 12/12; 12-30-02 vs. Oral Roberts 14/10; 2-6-03 at Quinnpiac 19/10; 11-21-03 v. Loyola 19/10; 12-22-03 at Santa Clara 13/16; 2-25-04 at Binghamton 18/11
Points: 22, 3x, latest at Northeastern, 2-14-04
Rebounds: 16 at Santa Clara, 12-22-03
Field Goals: 11 at Northeastern, 2-14-04
Free Throws: 8 vs. Quinnipiac, 12-6-01
Assists: 4 vs. Binghamton, 1-28-04
Blocked Shots: 3, 2x, latest vs. Hartford, 2-29-04
Minutes: 43 at Santa Clara, 12-22-03