30 Adrian Satchell
30 - Adrian Satchell
Height: 6-5
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Windsor, Conn.
High School: Windsor
Position: F

Accolades: Named to 2009-10 America East Conference All-Rookie Team, just the second Retriever (Jay Greene, 2005-06) to earn that honor.


2012-13: Named a co-captain for the squad... Scored 10 points (4/5 fg) vs. CCSU on Nov. 20, his first game in double figures since an 11-point effort at Hartford on Jan. 17, 2011 (span of 11 appearances)... Played 30 minutes vs. Blue Devils, a number he did not reach in all of the 2011-12 season... Scored all seven points in the second half to spark the Jan. 5 rally at Maine... Earned first start of season (first overall since Jan. 11, 2012) vs. UNH and responded with 11 points (5/5 fg) and 3 steals in season-high 32 minutes... Snared a game-high 11 rebounds in the victory over Hartford on Jan. 16 .. Reached the 500-point plateau (Jan. 30 ) ... Tied a season-high with 5 fg and 11 points at Boston U. on Jan. 26... Played in career game No. 100 at Binghamton… Finished his career in style, averaging 7.0 points and 7.5 rebounds per contest in two America East Tournament games… Amassed six offensive caroms in semifinal setback to Vermont and earned game honors with eight rebounds overall… Averaged 8.2 points per game in five America East Tournament contests… Competed in 110 career games, the 18th most in UMBC’s basketball history.

2011-12:  Started his third consecutive time in a season opener vs. Penn on Nov. 11... Streak of 15 consecutive starts dating back to last season was snapped at Central Connecticut on Nov. 22... Suffered leg injury prior to Rider contest and did not dress for two consecutive games... Returned to action on Dec. 28 and corralled a team-best and season-high seven rebounds at Niagara... Scored 10 points in a 16-minute stint off the bench vs. Albany on Jan. 5... Tallied a season-high 11 points, and added 7 rebounds in homecoming effort at Hartford on Jan. 17... Named UMBC America East Player of the Game... Scored six points and added four caroms in America East Tournament contest vs. Binghamton… Averages 9.0 points per game in a trio of America East tournament contests.

2010-11: Hit 5-of-7 shots vs. VMI in the season opener, posting his ninth career game in double figures with 10 points... After 33 consecutive starts, he did not start the game vs. Coppin State on Nov. 23... Tied Jamar Wertz for team-high (and season high) honors with six rebounds at U. Conn on Dec. 3... Led Retrievers with seven rebounds vs. Towson on Dec. 11... Corralled nine rebounds at Notre Dame on Dec. 22 and matched that with nine caroms vs. Niagara on Dec. 30.. Scored season-high 12 points and career-high 15 shot attempts (10 was previous high) vs. the Purple Eagles... Hit the go-ahead layup with 24 seconds left and hit two free throws with 5.7 seconds to play to seal the four-point victory vs. Boston U. on Jan. 17... Converted a career-high 7 (of 10) free throws vs. the Terriers... Attempted 45 field goals in the first 12 games of the season and 49 in the last seven... Missed his first career game at Hartford on Jan. 20- did not make the trip due to illness. .. Named UMBC America East Player of the Game at Boston U. on Feb. 15... Posted a career-best four assists and tied season high with nine caroms vs. Hartford on Feb. 19... Averaged 7.1 points per game over his last seven outings and hit 22 of 47 field goal attempts (46.8%) in that span.   

2009-10:  The leading freshman rebounder in America East (5.1 per game)… Also averaged 6.3 points per game and shot 51.2 percent from the floor while starting all 30 games for the Retrievers… The first freshman to lead UMBC in rebounding since Kennedy Okafor did it in 1997-98 (9.3 per game) and the first freshman to start all games in a season since Chris Pugh started all 28 in the 2003-04 campaign… Ranked sixth in America East games in field goal percentage (49.0%) and led the team at 51.0 percent through all 30 games… Hit 50 percent or better from the floor in 16 of 29 games where he attempted at least one shot… Recorded eight games in double figures in points, four with double figures in rebounds and a pair of double-doubles.  Nov. 15: Named UMBC’s America East Player of the Game in his debut, as he scored nine points, added 10 rebounds (tying for game-high honors) and three steals vs. Morgan State… Also earned a start in his first collegiate game, becoming the first freshman to start the opener since Uwem Eshietedoho started the first game of the 2005-06 campaign…  Nov. 28: Posted his first double-figure effort with 10 points at James Madison… Dec. 2: Tallied 11 points at Towson, hitting 5 of 10 shots from the floor… Dec. 12:  Scored eight of UMBC’s first 12 points vs. Rider, but ended up with 10 points in 17 minutes after committing three first half fouls… Jan. 14:  Named UMBC’s America East Player of the Game for the second time, when he scored a season-best 16 points (7/10 fg) vs. Hartford… Hit his first collegiate 3-pt. field goal (in his first attempt) vs. the Hawks… Jan. 24: Garnered 10 rebounds vs. Boston Univ. on Jan. 24… Jan. 30:  Posted his first career double-double with 10 points/10 rebounds in the win at Maine… March 6: Corralled a season-best 12 rebounds and recorded second double-double of the season with 14 points in America East quarterfinal contest vs. eventual champion Vermont… Hit five-of-five shots from the floor in the first 20 minutes and scored 12 of UMBC’s 26 first half points.  


Background: Earned All-State honors from The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (Class LL) and from The Hartford Courant after his final two prep campaigns… A McDonald’s All-America nominee and three-time All-Conference honoree…Part of a Windsor squad which won the Class LL state title in Connecticut and were ranked the No. 1 team (26-1) in the state in 2008-09…  Averaged 13.0 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.8 blocked shots per game and shot 55 percent from the field in the title season…Earned New Haven Register All-State honors… Ranked sixth in the class of 2009 in the state of Connecticut by New England Recruiting Report….Averaged 13.3 points per game, 11.8 rebounds per game and blocked 3.6 shots per outing for the Warriors in the 2007-08 campaign…Earned honor roll status while at Windsor… Has a younger brother, Joseph, who is 15… Lists his favorite professional team as the Miami Heat and his favorite musical artists as Lil’ Wayne and Drake… Son of Jean and Clifford Satchell… Born Aug. 16, 1991.   


 Year  GP/GS FG/A  Pct.  3-pt. FG/A  Pct.  FT/A  Pct.  Reb.   Avg.  PF/FO  A  TO  Blk.  Stl.  Pts.  Avg.
 2009-10  30/30  83/162  .512     1/3  .333  21/40  .525  45-107-152  5.1  82/1  14  23  14  17  188  6.3
 2010-11  29/25  72/160  .450     1/2  .500  24/38  .632  50-64-114  3.9  81/3  20  37   8  13  169  5.8
 2011-12  20/6  29/69  .420     1/4  .250  8/28  .286  21-41-62  3.1  36/1  10  24   4   5   67  3.4
 2012-13  31/16  49/113  .434     0/2  .000  12/32  .375  38-60-98  3.2  37/1  29  23   9  16  110  3.5
 Totals  110/77  233/504  .462     3/11  .273  65/138  .471  154-272-426  3.9  236/6  73  107  35  51  534  4.9