#12 - Greg Tonagel
|2003-04 Men's Basketball|
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
2002-2003: Earned Academic All-Mid-Continent Conference honors ... finished 3rd in the Mid-Continent Conference in assist/turnover ratio (2.41) ... ranked 6th in the Mid-Con in assists (3.81 pg., 118) ... started all 31 games ... led Valpo in minutes per game (31.1) ... dished out five-or-more assists 12 times ... passed for seven assists three times ... tallied double-figure points five times, scoring 12 points twice ... recorded a career-high five steals against UMKC in Mid-Con Tournament.
2001-2002: Earned Academic All-Mid-Continent Conference honors ... led team with a 1.000 free throw percentage (10-10) ... scored seven points vs. Chicago State and five vs. IUPUI ... had three assists each in wins over Chicago State (twice), Oral Roberts & UMKC ... made three steals vs. UMKC ... played in 20 games, starting two.
2000-2001: Played in three games ... missed 29 games due to rehabilitation of the ACL in left knee ... received a second medical redshirt year from the NCAA.
1999-2000: Had surgery to repair partially-torn ACL in his left knee on Dec. 24, 1999......used season as medical redshirt year ... played in five games ... awarded honorable mention status on All-American Farm Team by Successful Farming magazine.
1998-1999: Started 27 games at guard ... shared point guard duties ... made a Mid-Con and Valpo record 41 straight free throws ... led Valpo in free throw percentage (.959) ... made 47 of 49 free throws overall ... earned the Compaq National Play of the Week after making a 65-foot three-point shot to defeat Belmont at the buzzer (71-68) ... scored a career-high 15 points vs. UMKC (2-4-99) ... tallied 13 points vs. Youngstown State and IUPUI ... netted 10 points in NCAA Tournament game against Maryland ... dished out a career-high eight assists vs. Southern Utah ... grabbed a career-best six rebounds vs. Belmont (2-22-99) ... averaged 5.7 points and 3.1 assists per game ... finished second on the team in assists (98) and third in steals (34) ... ranked fourth on the squad in three-point baskets (30) ... scored in double figures six times.
Prep: A three-year letterwinner at LaPorte ... named an Indiana All-Star ... started the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star Game at Market Square Arena (Indianapolis, Ind.) ... selected to attend Nike All-American Camp ... helped lead LaPorte to last single class state championship game as a senior ... Slicers reached state semifinals his junior year ... holds school records for assists, steals and games played.
Personal: Son of Hugh and Kathy Tonagel.
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