Men's Basketball

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Laval Lucas-Perry
Laval Lucas-Perry

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Flint, Mich.

High School:
Powers Catholic

Last College:
Michigan

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 217

Position:
Guard

Major:
Public Administration



03/05/2012

Postgame Notes - SOUTHERN UTAH

02/23/2012

Oakland Rolls Past UMKC, 89-56

Reggie Hamilton broke single-season points and free throws records.

02/23/2012

Postgame Notes

Feb. 23, 2012

02/15/2012

Postgame Notes

Feb. 15, 2012

02/14/2012

OU Hosts Southern Utah in Home Finale

Golden Grizzlies will honor Reggie Hamilton and Laval Lucas-Perry before the game.

03/01/2012

Summit League Tournament Men's Basketball Media Day

Summit League Tournament Men's Basketball Media Day with Head Coach Greg Kampe, Reggie Hamilton, Travis Bader, Drew Valentine, and Laval Lucas-Perry.

02/25/2012

Oakland defeated South Dakota 84-77

The Golden Grizzlies defeated South Dakota 84-77 in Vermillion

02/23/2012

Oakland defeated UMKC 89-56

The Golden Grizzlies defeated UMKC 89-56 in Kansas City.

02/15/2012

Oakland vs Southern Utah Highlights

Oakland vs Southern Utah Highlights

02/04/2012

Golden Grizzlies win 74-70 in 2OT.

Oakland at Western Illinois basketball highlights

03/14/2012

Men's Basketball vs BGSU

OU men's basketball took on BGSU in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament on March 14.

03/04/2012

Men's Basketball vs. SUU at Summit League Tournament

OU men's basketball took on Southern Utah in the quarterfinals of The Summit League Tournament at Sioux Falls Arena.

03/01/2012

Summit League Tournament Media Day

The men's basketball team held its 2012 Summit League Tournament Media Day on March 1 in the Athletics Center O'rena

02/15/2012

Oakland vs. Southern Utah

Golden Grizzlies defeat the Thunderbirds on Senior Night inside the O'rena.

02/11/2012

Men's Basketball vs. IPFW

The Oakland men's basketball won 93-82 against IPFW on February 11 in the Athletics Center O'rena.

Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

Overview: Transferred to Oakland from Michigan and sat out 2010-11 season ... Had just one season of eligibility left ... Led OU in scoring in the preseason, reaching double figures in all five exhibition games ... Named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-Summit League third team ... Traveled with Athletes In Action to the 2008 Jones Cup (July 10-18) in Taipei, Taiwan helping them to a silver medal ... Helped AIA finish with a 7-2 overall record and scored in double figures in four games.

2011-12 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Tallied 13 double-figure scoring games, 11 off the bench
▪ Made a career-best tying 4 of 4 triples at UMKC (2/23), scoring 17 points
▪ Went 3-for-4 from the floor and 7-for-10 from the foul line to score 14 points at Southern Utah (1/19)
▪ Played a career-high 37 minutes at South Dakota State (12/30)
▪ Scored a career-high 23 points and grabbed a career-best 8 rebounds versus Rochester College (12/12)
▪ Posted 21 points on 7 of 13 shooting versus UMKC (12/3)
▪ Scored 14 points in 29 minutes versus Tennessee (11/28), going 8-for-9 from the charity stripe
▪ Drained a career-high 8 of 10 free throws and finishing with 15 points versus Utah Valley (11/25)
▪ Matched a career-high with two steals at Grambling State (11/19)
▪ Reached double figures in Oakland debut with 10 points at No. 16/15 Alabama (11/14)

AT MICHIGAN

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Played in all 32 games, making 22 starts
▪ Averaged 4.8 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game
▪ Reached double-figures six times
▪ Had a season-high 18 points against Creighton (11/26)
▪ Had 75 rebounds, 13 offensive and 62 defensive
▪ Grabbed a career-best six rebounds against Coppin State (12/22)
▪ Dished out 53 assists
▪ Tied a career-high five assists at Indiana (12/31)
▪ Made a career-best-tying four 3-pointers at Penn State (1/7)
▪ Had 19 steals
▪ Averaged 21.3 minutes per game
▪ Played 20-or-more minutes in 21 games
▪ Played a career-high 36 minutes against Detroit (Dec. 13)

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Played in 26 games with 12 starts
▪ Made U-M debut vs. Oakland (12/20) after sitting out the first semester following his transfer from the University of Arizona
▪ In debut had 14 points draining going 4-for-6 from beyond the arc
▪ Averaged 6.5 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.2 assists
▪ Had eight games where he reached double figures
▪ Scored a career-best 19 points in comeback win at Minnesota (3/7)
▪ Finished game 6-for-7 from field, 3-for-4 on three-point field goals and 4-for-4 on free throws
▪ Had a career-best-tying five rebounds against Wisconsin (12/31)
▪ Shot 34.4 percent from downtown (31-90)
▪ Had 31 assists (1.2 per game)
▪ Had a career-best five assists against Illinois (1/4)
▪ Played in 18.2 minutes per game
▪ Had 12 games with 20-plus minutes and three 30-plus
▪ Played a career-best 34 minutes at Indiana (1/7)

AT ARIZONA

2007 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Played first semester at Arizona before transferring to Michigan (2008)
▪ Due to NCAA transfer rules, sat out of competition, but was able to practice with the team
▪ Played in five games at Arizona
▪ Averaged 4.0 points, 1.6 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game
▪ Scored a season-high nine points against UMKC (11/19)
▪ Had a career-high five rebounds against UMKC
▪ Had a season-high two assists, two times - against UMKC and against Adams State College (11/21)
▪ Had two games of double-figure minutes
▪ Played a season-high 24 minutes against UMKC

Academic Accomplishments
▪ Named Academic All-Big Ten for 2008-09
▪ U-M Athletic Academic Achievement in 2008-09
▪ Kiwanis Club of Flint Student-Athlete of the Year in 2007

High School
▪ Four-year letterwinner in basketball
▪ McDonald's All-America nominee
▪ Two-time all-state selection
▪ Averaged 21.0 points and 8.0 rebounds as a senior
▪ Helped squad to the Big Nine Conference championship
▪ Earned MVP honors at the Michigan High School All-Star Game after pouring in 30 points
▪ Averaged 26.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game as a junior
▪ Also lettered in football for three years and one varsity letter in tennis
▪ Garnered first team all-state honors as a wide receiver in football
▪ Helped his gridiron squad to the 2006 state championship
▪ Big Nine all-conference selection as a member of the No. 1 varsity doubles team

Personal
Full Name: Laval Lucas-Perry
Birthdate: March 15, 1989
Parents: Patricia Ann (Lucas) and Laval (Perry)
Sisters: Victoria and Crystal
▪ Victoria was a four-year letterwinner in basketball at Michigan State (2004-07)
▪ Both sisters are enrolled at U-M Dental School

CAREER BESTS

Points
CAREER 23 vs. Rochester College (12/13/11)
SUMMIT 21 vs. UMKC (12/3/11)

Rebounds
CAREER 8 vs. Rochester College (12/13/11)
SUMMIT 7 (2x), Last at Western Illinois (2/4/12)

Assists

CAREER 5 (3 times), Last vs. Rochester College (12/13/11)
SUMMIT 3 (2x), Last vs. North Dakota State (1/28/12)

Field Goals

CAREER 9 vs. Rochester College (12/13/11)
SUMMIT 7 vs. UMKC (12/3/11)

Field Goal Attempts

CAREER 17 vs. Rochester College (12/13/11)
SUMMIT 13 vs. UMKC (12/3/11)

3-Pt. Field Goals

CAREER 4 (4 times), Last at UMKC (2/23/12)
SUMMIT 4 at UMKC (2/23/12)

3-Pt. FG Attempts

CAREER 9 at Indiana (1/7/09)
SUMMIT 7 vs. UMKC (12/3/11)

Free Throws

CAREER 8 (2 times), Last vs. South Dakota (12/01/11)
SUMMIT Same

Free Throw Attempts

CAREER 11 vs. South Dakota (12/01/11)
SUMMIT Same

Steals

CAREER 2 (11 times), Last at Western Illinois (2/4/12)
SUMMIT 2 (4 times), Last at Western Illinois (2/4/12)

Blocks

CAREER 2 (2 times), Last vs. UMKC (12/3/11)
SUMMIT 2 vs. UMKC (12/3/11)

Minutes

CAREER 41 at Western Illinois (2OT) (2/4/12)
SUMMIT Same

Miscellaneous
Double-Figure Scoring: 27
20-point Scoring: 2
3 or more 3-pointers made: 12

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