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USF men's basketball 2012-13 roster

USF men's basketball Coach: Stan Heath | Last season: 22-14

Player Position Height Weight Class

0Martino Brock G 6-5 205 Jr.

1Musa Abdul-Aleem G 6-5 221 So.

2Victor Rudd F 6-9 229 RJr.

3Zach LeDay F 6-7 223 Fr.

5Jawanza Poland G 6-4 204 Sr.

10Mike McCloskey G 6-0 164 Sr.

11Anthony Collins G 6-1 175 So.

15 Shemiye McLendon* G 6-3 Jr.

22 Shaun Noriega G 6-4 207 Sr.

23 Javontae Hawkins G 6-5 202 Fr.

32 Toarlyn Fitzpatrick F 6-81/2 245 Sr.

33 Kore White F 6-8 241 RSr.

35 Jordan Omogbehin C 7-3 334 RFr.

*sitting out season as transfer from Hofstra


Player Position Height Weight Class

USF women's basketball

Coach: XXX

Last season: XXX

Notable: XXXX


No. Player Ht. Cl. Pos.






USF men's basketball 2012-13 roster 11/05/12 [Last modified: Monday, November 5, 2012 8:37pm]
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