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Duke Mondy
Duke Mondy

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Grand Rapids, Mich.

High School:
Grand Rapids Catholic Central

Last College:
Providence

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205

Position:
Guard

Experience:
Integrative Studies



04/24/2014

OAKLAND BASKETBALL 2013-14 REVIEW

Travis Bader breaks all-time NCAA record with 504 3-pointers made.

03/07/2014

Oakland-Wright State Postgame Notes

March 7, 2014

03/06/2014

NO. 6 SEED OAKLAND TAKES ON NO. 3 SEED WRIGHT STATE IN QUARTERFINALS

The game will tip at 7 p.m. on Friday night at the Resch Center.

03/04/2014

Oakland-Youngstown State Postgame Notes

March 4, 2014

03/03/2014

BADER AND PETROS EARN ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE HONORS

Kahlil Felder named Freshman of the Year, Duke Mondy All-Defensive Team.

06/02/2014

Season Highlights

Season Highlights of Senior, Duke Mondy

04/18/2014

As Seen at the GESPY Awards

The Men's Basketball Team salutes its seniors

02/16/2014

Oakland vs Wright State

Coach Kampe and Duke Mondy address the media after the men's basketball game vs Wright State

01/11/2014

Golden Grizzlies beat Titans, 77-69.

Golden Grizzlies rallied from 12 down to defeat the Titans, 77-69. OU scored a season-best 52 points in the final 20 minutes.

01/05/2014

Oakland vs Valpo

Head Basketball Coach, Greg Kampe addresses the press after the game vs Valpo

03/07/2014

No. 6 Oakland vs. No. 3 Wright State

Quarterfinal game of Horizon League Tournament

03/04/2014

Oakland-Youngstown State in HL Tourney

Golden Grizzlies hosted first-ever #HLMBB tournament game.

02/27/2014

Oakland Basketball Senior Night at the O'rena

Golden Grizzlies hosted Horizon League regular-season champion Green Bay.

02/21/2014

Oakland at UIC

Golden Grizzlies led by 21 points at the half in UIC Pavilion.

02/16/2014

Oakland vs. Wright State

Oakland dropped a 72-71 decision to Wright State inside the O'rena on Feb. 16.

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30 Seconds with Duke Mondy | Buzzer-Beater vs. UIC

Overview: Broke single-season school and Horizon League record with 3.10 steals per game, 2nd in the NCAA ... Holds the all-time school record with 3.06 steals per game ... Posted 4 game-winning shots in his 2 seasons ... Recorded a steal in 67 of his final 69 games ... Tabbed 2013 Summit League Newcomer of the Year ... Led the nation in steals per game (3.02) and set a new school record with 100 in 2012-13 ... Transferred to Oakland from Providence ... Led three different conferences in steals per game, Horizon League in 2013-14 (3.10), The Summit League in 2012-13 (3.02) and BIG EAST in 2010-11 (2.10).

2013-14 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Set new Horizon League and school record with 3.10 steals per game
▪ Named to the Horizon League All-Defensive Team
▪ Finished 2nd in NCAA in steals per game
▪ Tallied 90 steals, 2nd-most in school history
▪ Had a career-high 7 steals at Indiana (12/10) and then-No. 5 Michigan State (12/14)
▪ That was the 5th-most by any OU player, 8th-best in NCAA this season
▪ Finished 5th in the league with 4.2 assists per game
▪ Had 1 double-double with a career-high 12 rebounds and 15 points vs. Milwaukee (1/8)
▪ Went a career-best 4-for-4 from long range against Valpo (1/4), finishing with a season-high 24 points
▪ Made a buzzer beater against UIC (1/25), which finished as No. 4 on #SCtop10
▪ His only field goal against Detroit (2/14) was the game winner with 8.8 seconds left in OT
▪ Posted 24 points, 7 steals and 6 rebounds against then-No. 5 Michigan State (12/14)

2012-13 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Named The Summit League Newcomer of the Year
▪ Earned All-Summit League second team and to the All-Newcomer Team
▪ Led the NCAA with 100 steals, a new school record and tied for third in Summit League history
▪ Finished second in the league with 168 assists
▪ Posted a career-high 6 steals in four different games
▪ Made a career-high 4 threes vs. South Dakota State (2/9), going 10-for-17 from the floor and scored 26 points
▪ Finished with 17 points at Omaha (2/2), going a career-high tying 7-for-8 from the charity stripe
▪ Named The Summit League Player of the Week with WIU's Terell Parks (1/7)
▪ Posted his first-ever double-double with 12 points and a career-best 12 assists at North Dakota State (1/12), playing a career-high 40 minutes
▪ Went 7-for-9 and 3-for-4 from beyond the arc to post 18 points, along with career-high tying 9 assists and 6 steals vs. Omaha (1/3)
▪ Grabbed a career-high 9 rebounds at West Virginia (12/19), tallying 10 points and 8 assists in a season-high 39 minutes
▪ Went 6-for-15 from the floor, scoring 16 points vs. Valpo (12/17), including the game-winning basket with 20 seconds left to put OU up 69-68
▪ Scored a team-best 16 points at then-No. 15 Michigan State (11/23), taking a career-high 20 shots and played a then-season-high 37 minutes
▪ Tallied a career-high 30 points at Louisiana before fouling out (11/11)

AT PROVIDENCE

2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Played in 28 games, making four starts
▪ BIG EAST best 2.1 steals per game
▪ Averaged 7.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game
▪ Reached double-figures six times
▪ Had a season-high 19 points against No. 13 Georgetown (2/5)
▪ Tallied 93 rebounds, 32 offensive and 61 defensive
▪ Grabbed a career-high 8 rebounds at Rutgers (1/8)
▪ Dished out 33 assists
▪ Had a career-high 5 assists against Cincinnati (2/19)
▪ Made a career-best-tying 4 3-pointers against No. 5 Pitt (1/4)
▪ Finished 14th in the BIG EAST with 1.7 threes per game
▪ Had a career-high 5 steals at Seton Hall (1/30)
▪ Averaged 27.1 minutes per game
▪ Played a career-high 40 minutes at No. 10 UConn (2/13)

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS
Played in 31 games, making one start
▪ Tallied 5 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal in his collegiate debut vs. Bryant (11/13)
▪ Averaged 3.4 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game
▪ Scored a season-high 10 points against No. 19 UConn (1/27)
▪ Grabbed 62 rebounds, 18 offensive and 44 defensive
▪ Had 36 assists (1.2 per game)
▪ Dished out a season-high 4 assists against Seton Hall (3/6)
▪ Had 34 steals (1.2 steals per game)
▪ Played 13.5 minutes per game

High School
▪ Two-year letterwinner in basketball
▪ Earned all-state and all-conference honors as a senior
▪ Averaged 22 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals per game
▪ Helped team to a 17-5 record and a district title in his final season
▪ Earned 2008 Brann's Holiday Basketball All-Tournament Team selection
▪ Averaged 15 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists per game as a junior
▪ Played for the Michigan Mustangs AAU Team in 2007 and '08

Personal
Full Name: Murray Deshawn Mondy
Birthdate: Dec. 2, 1990
Parents: Murray Mondy and Nicole Farmer
Brothers: Marques (17) and Demarcus (11)

CAREER BESTS
POINTS
» 30 at Louisiana (11/11/12)
REBOUNDS
» 12 vs. Milwaukee (1/8/14)
ASSISTS
» 12 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)
FIELD GOALS
» 12 at Louisiana (11/11/12)
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS
» 20 at Michigan State (11/23/12)
3-PT. FIELD GOALS
» 4 vs. Valparaiso (1/4/14)
3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS
» 8 (3 times), Last at Georgetown (2/5/11)
FREE THROWS
» 8 vs. Wright State (2/16/14)
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTS
» 12 vs. Illinois State (12/16/14)
STEALS
» 7 (2 times), Last vs. Michigan State (12/14/13)
BLOCKS
» 2 (5 times), Last vs. UIC (1/25/14)
MINUTES
» 45 (OT) vs. Eastern Michigan (12/21/13)
MISCELLANEOUS
» Double-Figure Scoring: 39
» 30-point Scoring: 1 | 20-point Scoring: 6
» 3or more steals in a game: 48
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