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#20 - Tommy Kurth
2010-11 Men's Basketball
POS.
G
HT.
6'1"
WT.
180
YR.
So.
HOMETOWN
Osceola, Ind.
HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
Penn
Tommy Kurth

2010-11: Sat out sophomore season due to injury ... awarded medical redshirt and has three seasons of eligibility remaining.

2009-10: Saw action in 31 games as a rookie with the Crusaders, missing only Nov. 29 game against Arkansas Fort Smith due to injury ... started 23 of the last 24 games of his freshman season ... pass-first point guard averaged 1.9 ppg, 1.7 rpg and 1.4 apg as a rookie ... posted an assist/turnover ratio of 1.5/1 on the year ... registered career-high five assists in first career game, Nov. 13 at Ball State ... also handed out five helpers Jan. 16 against Cleveland State ... scored season-best six points, connecting on a pair of 3-point attempts Dec. 5 at #23/20 Butler ... again knocked down a pair of trifectas for six points in win at Green Bay Jan. 31 ... scored five points apiece Jan. 10 at Wright State and Feb. 6 against Detroit ... dished out four assists and came up with career-high four steals against Concordia (Wis.) Dec. 19 ... connected on season-high three free throws Jan. 14 in win over Youngstown State ... grabbed career-best six rebounds at IPFW Dec. 22.

Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Kingsmen ... a three-time All-Conference and two-time All-Area honoree ... a McDonald’s All-American nominee as a senior ... played in North/South All-Star game, as well as NIC vs. NLC All-Star game, as a senior ... helped Penn to pair of sectional championships as a freshman and sophomore ... named Sectional MVP as a sophomore ... Kingsmen won regional championship and were runners-up at semi-state during freshman year ... holds school record for consecutive games played with 96 ... also earned two letters in football ... helped lead Penn to conference and sectional titles as both a freshman and a sophomore.

Personal: Tommy is the son of Frank and Denise Kurth ... major is business marketing with a sports management minor ... born September 14, 1989.