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Vernon Teel
Vernon Teel

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Jamaica Queens, NY

High School:
Flulshing HS

Last College:
Chipola College

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190

Position:
G

Experience:
2V

Major:
Sociology



02/22/2011

Men's Basketball: LMU vs. Gonzaga

LMU vs. Gonzaga, Gersten Pavilion, Feb. 10, 2011

02/22/2011

Men's Basketball: LMU vs. Portland

LMU vs. Portland, Gersten Pavilion, Family Weekend, Feb. 12, 2011

02/02/2011

Men's Basketball: LMU vs. Santa Clara

Homecoming 2011 - LMU vs. Santa Clara

12/29/2010

Men's Basketball: LMU vs. Florida State

Dec. 18, 2010: LMU vs. Florida State

12/18/2010

Men's Basketball vs. Sacramento State

LMU 69, Sac. State 49 - Dec. 7, 2010

Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg
2008-09 16-10 458 28.6 75 207 .362 6 33 .182 78 129 .605 39 46 85 5.3 39 1 48 63 2 25 234 14.6
2009-10 34-33 1195 35.1 171 350 .489 18 45 .400 162 239 .678 62 117 179 5.3 90 0 190 118 21 61 522 15.4
TOTAL 50-43 1653 33.1 246 557 .442 24 78 .308 240 368 .652 101 163 264 5.3 129 1 238 181 23 86 756 15.1

LINKS:
Interactive Yearbook Bio
Interactive Yearbook Videos, Links, More
Up-to-Date Career Stats
2010-11 Season Stats
2009-10 Season Stats
2008-09 Season Stats

BRIEFLY... Vernon Teel joined the LMU men's basketball program after transferring from Chipola College in Florida in 2008-09. Is in his third and final season in 2010-11.

RECORDS... 190 assists most by a Lion since Tony Walker had 218 in 1991-92... overall, it ranks 9th, passing Enoch Simmons (1988-89) who had 169... His 61 steals are tied for 7th... his 162 free throws made and 239 attempted are ranked tied for 9th and 5th, respectively, all-time at LMU in a single season... at 15.1 points per game in his career the last two seasons, he is ranked 17th all-time... his 238 career assists is ranked 14th, while his 4.8 career assists per game average is ranked 8th all-time... his 86 steals is ranked tied for 26th...

HIGHLIGHTS AT LMU...
IN 2009-10... HONORS... was named first-team All-WCC, three-time WCC Player of the Week (Feb. 22, Dec. 21, Dec. 14), WCC Player of the Month (December), 2009 Grizzly Classic All-Tournament team... WCC RANKINGS... 6th in scoring (15.4 ppg), 14th in rebounds (5.3 rpg), 12th in field goal percentage (48.9%), 2nd in assists (5.6 apg), 2nd in steals (1.8 spg), 6th in assist/turnover margin (1.6), 13th in blocked shots (0.6 bpg), 13th in offensive rebounds (1.8 orpg), and 4th in minutes played (35.1 mpg)... NON-CONFERENCE... Opened the season earning 2009 Grizzly Classic All-Tournament team honors after averaging 14.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 2.3 steals in the three games. Had 17 points against Boise State, went for 15 points, six steals, six assists and six rebounds against North Dakota. Added seven assists against Montana. Had the Vegas line of seven points, seven rebounds and seven assists in win over USC, had just two turnovers... had seven assists and just one turnover with 10 points against Tulsa... scored 16 points with seven rebounds, four assists, three blocks and three steals... had second career double-double with 24 points and 11 rebounds in win over Notre Dame, added six assists on 10-for-17 shooting... was named WCC Co-Player of the Week (12/14/09)... hit game winner in overtime against LBSU, finishing with 15 points, eight assists, five rebounds and a steal... went for third double-double at LMU with 20 points and 10 rebounds, just missing triple double with seven assists... shot 7-for-12 from field... just missed another triple-double with 24 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists in 39 minutes, his third double-double... flirted with triple-double yet again, going for 17 points, nine rebounds, nine assists, four steals and three blocks in 40 minutes against CSUB... was named WCC Co-Player of the Week (01/04/10) and Co-Player of the Month for December... POSTSEASON... scored 22 points in 39 minutes... added five assists, a steal while hitting 7-for-14 from the field and 4-for-7 from the three-point line... WCC PLAY... Played just nine minutes in first half due to foul trouble and finished with 17 points and five assists in WCC opener against Pepperdine... had 13 points, eight assists, three blocks and three steals against USF...had his fourth double-double of the season with 10 points and 10 rebounds against SCU...played complete game against Gonzaga, setting career-best with 27 points and seven assists... played second straight 40 minute games, scoring 18 points, hitting 7-for-9 from the free throw line and 5-for-8 from the field, adding six rebounds, seven assists in win over San Diego... scored 18 points with seven assists, four steals and just one turnover while hitting 7-for-9 from the field in win over Pepperdine... scored 14 points with five assists, six rebounds and four steals in win at Santa Clara... Coach Good called it his best game, scoring 28 points with eight rebounds, five assists and four steals in 38 minutes at USF. He hit 10-for-13 from the field and 8-for-10 from the charity stripe... Went for fifth double-double with 24 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and four steals in overtime win over Portland. Went 10-for-12 from free throw line, 6-for-9 from the field... scored 16 points with four assists and two blocks at Saint Mary's... last five games heading into WCC tournament he is 25-for-32 from the free throw line (78.1 percent)... WCC TOURNEY: finished leading the team with 19.7 points with 5.7 rebounds in three tourney games, shooting 51.5 percent from the field and 76.7 percent from the charity stripe... eased memory of last year's tournament performance with a gem in leading Lions to win over Pepperdine, scoring 27 points with six rebounds, three assists, a block and a steal...continued stellar play with 18 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals in 37 minutes...had 14 points with two assists and four rebounds in 38 minutes against Gonzaga, hitting 8-for-10 from charity stripe... a 64.8 percent free throw shooter in his career, he is 48-for-62 from the free throw line (77.4 percent) in his last eight games heading.

IN 2008-09... He ranked fifth in the WCC overall in scoring and tied for seventh in assists. Also averaged 5.7 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game, both second for the Lions' and ranked 12th and tied for fourth in the WCC, respectively. Finished scoring 234 points in 16 games, good for a team-high 14.6 points per contest... added 5.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.56 steals per contest... opened season averaging 19.3 points per game in Iowa State tournament... scored career-best 23 against UC Davis... had career-high 13 boards against ISU... limited minutes against No. 8 Notre Dame due to injured foot. He will miss 4 to 6 weeks after learning the foot was broken... played first game in two months against Portland and scored 12 points in 20 minutes... played 30 minutes against #23 Gonzaga, scoring 12 points with four rebounds and two assists... had 20 points in 31 minutes against Santa Clara... played 31 minutes against USF with 16 points and nine rebounds and just one turnover... scored 17 points with eight rebounds, all offensive, adding two assists and three steals against Pepperdine... had near triple double against San Diego, going for 21 points, nine rebounds and assists in win... hit 6-for-7 from free throw line... went for 18 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and four steals against Santa Clara... hit 6-for-7 from free throw line... played first career 40 minute game, fifth player this season on the roster to play a complete game... scored 13 points against Gonzaga and then went for 18 against Portland... scored eight points with three assists and a steal off the bench in win over USF... led Lions with 14 points and eight rebounds against SMC... hit 8-for-12 from the charity stripe, adding three assists and three steals.

PRIOR TO LMU... Teel went to Long Island University for one season where he did not play. He then transferred to Chipola. While at the junior college in Marianna, Fla., Teel helped the team to a No. 2 national ranking in the NJCAA and helped them win the Florida State Championship and earn a bid to the NJCAA National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas.

HIGH SCHOOL... The 6-4 Teel, a native of Jamaica, New York, averaged 35.7 points, 11.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game as a senior at Flushing (NY) High School. He was named the IS8 Most Valuable Player, was an ABCD Camp All Star and a McDonald's All-America nominee. He left as Flushing High's all-time leading scorer and the NYS leading scorer. He finished his career as a three-time all-state and a three-time all-conference winner.

PERSONAL... Vernon Lamont Teel was born in South Side, New York on July 6, 1987... he is the son of Allyn Teel... has a brother and three sisters... a Sociology major.

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