Ken Lacey

  • Stroudsburg High School (class of 1996)
    • 1,096 pts and 647 rebounds in two varsity seasons
    • Senior year stats
      • 702 pts (22.6 ppg)
      • 62.2 FG%
      • 380 rebounds (12.3 rpg)
      • 82 blocks (2.6 bpg)
    • Led team to 2 straight Mountain Valley Conference Championships (1995 & 1996)
    • School’s 1st District Basketball Championship (1996)
      • Team went on to the PIAA Eastern Semi-Finals where it lost to Lower Merion, led by Kobe Bryant.
    • Unanimous 1st Team All-MVC junior and senior year (top vote getter his senior year which now results in MVP award (league didn’t start naming one until recently)
    • 1st Team All-Pocono junior and senior year
    • Channel 13 Player of the Week several times junior and senior years
    • Easton Rotary Basketball Tournament- All-Tournament team and MVP (1995)
    • Channel 13 Athlete of the Season Award (1995-96)
    • Pocono Record Player of the Year (1995-96)
    • Morning Call All-Area Team (1995-96)
    • Morning Call Player of the Year (1995-96)
    • Franz Trophy Player of the Year (1995-96)
    • LARC (Via) All-Star (1996)
    • Born-to-Run All-Star Classic (1996)
    • All-State Basketball Second Team (1995-96)
    • McDonald’s All-America Nominee (1995-96)
  • Rider University (1996-1999)
    • Full athletic scholarship
    • Three-year starter
    • NEC All-Freshman team (1996-97)
    • Rider University Athlete of the Month (1996-97)
    • MAAC Player of the Week (1998-99)
    • MAAC All-Star Team that competed in Japan (1998)
  • Irish National Team (1996-2001)
    • Selected to the team during senior year in high school
    • Competed in the European Olympic Qualifying Tournaments (1996-2001)
    • Irish International Player of the Year (2001)
  • Professional Career (team names and countries listed below)
    • A.O. Dafni, Greece (1999-2000)
    • Pallacanestro Biella, Italy (2000-2002)
    • Scavolini Pesaro, Italy (2002-2003)
    • Olimpia Milano, Italy (2003-2004)
    • Reggio Emilia, Italy (2004-2005)
    • Virtus Bologna, Italy (2005-2006)
    • Palma de Mallorca, Spain (2006-2007)
    • Olympia Larisa, Greece (2007-2008)
    • Retired in 2008

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