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0 - Aaron Morgan
Aaron Morgan
Height: 5-11
Weight: 175
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Washington, Pa.
High School: Council Rock North
Position: G

2012-13: His 70 assists is the sixth-most recorded by a UMBC freshman in the NCAA Division I (1986-87) era… Debuted as a starter in the season opener at Penn on Nov. 9... Played 32 minutes and dished out a team-high ?ve assists... Hit season-high three 3-pt. ?eld goals in team-high 37 minutes at Loyola on Nov. 14... Posted season-highs in rebounds (8) and assists (7) vs. CCSU on Nov. 20... Played 49 minutes in a double-overtime setback vs. American on Dec. 6, 2012, tying Breck Robinson (Jan. 29, 1986 vs. Delaware) for the second-most minutes played in a single game in school history.... Played 204 minutes in a ?ve-game span from Dec. 6-29 (40.8 mpg) ... Scored a season and team-high 15 points at DePaul on Dec. 22... Did not start for the ?rst time in his collegiate career vs. UNH on Jan. 9... Su?ered upper body injury at Vermont on Jan. 12, played only 2 minutes the next time out vs. Hartford and did not dress vs. Stony Brook on Jan. 23... Returned to action for an 18-minute stint at Boston U. on Jan. 26... Hit both free throw attempts with 37 seconds left at Binghamton to give UMBC a ?ve-point lead in eventual three-point victory… Converted 1-of-2 3-point attempts in both conference tournament contests.  

 

Background: A First-team All-Suburban One League National selection during his final three years at Council Rock... Earned three Golden Team selections- two as a member of the first team ... Helped guide the Indians to third straight SO League title and third consecutive appearance in PIAA Class AAAA playoffs ... Averaged 13.8 points per game, 3.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists during his final season… Became the 11th player in program history to eclipse the 1,000 point plateau in late January… Hit 59 3-point field goals in 28 games…Led Council Rock to a school-record 27-3 record and appearances in the District One finals and PIAA state tournament quarterfinals in 2010-11… Averaged 14.6, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game as a junior… Awarded the Little Big Man trophy for his play in the 2011 Bucks County Donofrio Classic All-Star Classic when he scored 23 points and added six steals in the championship game… Earned Second Team All-State (PIAAAA) honors in that campaign… Nicknamed “Fish” because his game resembles that of NBA star Derek Fisher… Father, Jimmy Dalcourt, played collegiately at Centenary… Enjoys buffalo chicken cheesesteaks and lists favorite professional team as Oklahoma City Thunder… Has a younger brother, Darrian, who is 12… son of Florence Morgan and Jimmy Dalcourt… Born May 22, 1994 

 

Year  GP/GS  Min.   FG/A  Pct.  3-pt. FG/A  Pct.  FT/A  Pct.  Reb.  Avg.  PF-FO  A  To  Blk  Stl Pts.  Avg.
 2012-13  30/15  739  43/145  .297     20/80  .250  30/45  .667  11-53-64  2.1    70/1  70  84  2  18  136  4.5

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