Austin Schirmer is a three sport athlete.  He contributed
in all 22 games of the recently concluded regional runner-up
soccer season.
As a Freshman, Austin was his team's leading scorer, but
was forced to sit out his entire sophomore basketball
season as a result of a knee injury sustained during the
2015 Track Season.
Last basketball season Austin recovered to put up 83 points
in Junior Varsity action, and played in 17 varsity contests.  
Austin will lend to the depth of the 2017-18 Mustangs.  He
is a first-honors student in the classroom.    
# 11  Austin Schirmer
6' 2"     150 Pound     Forward
# 44   Aaron Bell
6' 4"     250 Pound     Center
Speedy Bryce Donnelly, runner-up in the KHSAA State 200
Meter dash by 1/100ths of a second, and who is the Brossart
Football Program’s all-time leading scorer, brings his
superior athleticism to the SyDome hardwood, where he
scored 324 points as our second leading scorer, while playing
in all 30 games a year ago.
Donnelly and Bryan Duffy will team up to run the offense
from the guard position and serve as two of our top
defenders this season.  He was our 2016-17 Co-MVP.
Bryce is a perennial first-honors student.
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# 40   Zach Hamberg
6' 1"     190 Pound     Forward
# 12   Bryce Donnelly
6' 0"     160 Pound     Guard
Zach Hamberg is one of the finest long-range shooters to
have ever passed through our program, knocking home 65
3-point goals a year ago, while earning leading scorer
honors with 350 total points, and shooting a blistering 59%
from 2-point range.
Zach will look to continue to improve on his numbers from a
year ago, and help lead this Mustangs team back to
Hamberg is also one of the top members of our baseball
program and is another first-honors student in the
classroom.   He and Bryce Donnelly served as our 2016-17
 Aaron Bell is on the cusp of a major breakout season.
Having spent the summer in the gym honing his big man
skills while shedding some excess pounds, Aaron is a
whole different players coming into the 2017-18
campaign.  He gives Coach Mike Code the major big
man defensive matchup when called for, and will allow
us to play through the post when advantageous.  His 4.7
rebounds per game average was tops on the team a
year ago along with putting  147 points on the
scoreboard.  Bell is a single sport athlete and
first-honors student in the classroom.