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2013  -  2014
Final Freshmen Team Stats
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2013-14 Freshmen Statistics Sheet
Tenth year head freshmen coach Mike Schack and his assistants Adam
Franzen and John Schack were presented the challenge of molding
players who played in five different programs last year, into a cohesive
unit in their first season as Brossart Mustangs.  To further complicate
things, the Freshmen lost their big man, Luke Flottman, for the best part
of the season due to a lower back stress fracture.
On opening day, the freshmen Mustangs showed promise by defeating
conference opponent St. Henry handily, 37-18, but three successive
losses to veteran Bracken County, Lloyd, and Dixie Heights teams said
that we weren't ready for prime time just yet.
While finishing with a 6-14 record, this group did have their moments.  
They took the homestanding Mason County Royals to the wire in the
Fieldhouse and avenged an earlier season loss to Holy Cross.  Our guys
were only one Grant Moeves away from going toe to toe with NCC on
the Carothers Road Hill.
Bryce Kremer led the offensive attack with 156 points for a 7.8ppg.  
Kory Quitter was our other freshman to eclipse the century mark with
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116 points, for a 5.8ppg average.  Quitter was also our Chairman of the Boards, leading the team in the rebounding
category with 97, in assists with 35, and paced the team from the Free Throw line, hitting on 62% of his attempts.  
Sam Brewer led the team with 20 thefts.  Jake Martin shot 52% from the field (32-62) while Sam Brewer hit on 56%
at 19-34.  Bryce Kremer connected on 31% of his long-range attempts to win the "Downtown Ollie Brown" award.