#3 Max Joseph
|HOMETOWN||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)||Vanier College|
2014-15: Appeared in 28 games in his first season as a Crusader ... averaged 10.9 minutes per game off the bench ... debuted Nov. 14 against East Tennessee State with three points in 14 minutes ... played 22 minutes against IU South Bend Nov. 19, grabbing four rebounds and handing out three assists ... scored seven points, grabbed four rebounds and tallied four steals - the latter two season highs - in win over Trinity International Dec. 10 ... stepped up as the backup point guard following Keith Carter's injury, averaging 16.4 minutes per game in the 10 games Carter missed, nine of which were Valpo wins ... had assist-to-turnover ratio of better than 2-to-1, committing just nine turnovers in 164 minutes, during that stretch ... had season-best nine points in season-high 26 minutes of playing time in win over UIC Jan. 8, going a perfect 3-of-3 from the field, including two 3-pointers ... also grabbed three rebounds and dished out three assists against the Flames ... also had three assists Jan. 10 versus Cleveland State, Jan. 20 at Youngstown State and Jan. 31 at UIC ... went on Athletes in Action trip to Poland during summer of 2015.
Prep: Joined forces with fellow Crusader Tevonn Walker at Vanier College last year ... helped Cheetahs to a 16-2 record in the regular season and the RSEQ league championship ... Vanier went on to win Provincial Championship as well and advanced to bronze medal match at CCAA National Championship ... earned First Team All-Star honors at the national tournament ... a RSEQ Second Team All-Star ... averaged 10 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game, the latter mark ranking fifth in the league ... led league in assist/turnover ratio and ranked second in free throw percentage (76.4%) ... won Provincial title as well in 2012 while at Ahuntsic and helped squad to fifth-place finish nationally ... previously played for the Parc Ex Knights ... ranked 22nd in his class nationally by North Pole Hoops ... played AAU basketball for Brookwood Elite.
Personal: Max is the son of Nadege Joseph ... undecided on major.