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Donley Minor
Donley Minor

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
Luezinger HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175

Position:
G

Experience:
3L

2011-12: Started seven times and played in 34 games as a junior ... Finished the year with averages of 2.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.0 assists per contest ... Made 13-of-15 free throw attempts on the season for an impressive 86.7 percent ... Had one double-figure scoring game with 12 points in 18 minutes against Lyon College (12/31) ... Pulled down a season-high five rebounds in 72-54 home win over Charlotte (11/19) ... Knocked down a 3-pointer in NCAA Tournament game against Vermont (3/14) ... Had seven points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals in 80-56 home win over Nicholls (1/28) ... Recorded eight points, on 3-of-4 shooting, and two assists in a starting role at George Mason (2/18) ... Dished out a season-high four assists in a 103-67 home win over Central Arkansas (1/7).

2010-11: Played in 28 games, starting nine ... Averaged 5.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per game ... Finished second on the team in 3-pointers with 37, and his 38.1 percent shooting was third best on the team ... 3-point percentage also ranked sixth in the Southland Conference ... Had seven double-figure scoring games, including a career-high 18 points in an 84-71 win over Nicholls (2/12) ... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds in the season opener against Lyon College (11/12) ... Matched his personal best with five assists in the same game ... Was the Cardinals' leading scorer with 17 points at UTSA (2/5) ... Finished the season with 26 assists and 20 steals.

2009-10: One of four Cardinals to play in all 32 games, with seven starts ... Posted averages of 3.9 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game as a true freshman ... Led the team with an .857 (30-of-35) free throw percentage ... Tied for second on the team with 20 three-pointers made ... Scored 10 points in just 18 minutes played against Huston-Tillotson in first career game ... Led team with career-high 16 points in 71-68 win over UT Arlington (1/13) ... Other double-figure scoring game was an 11-point effort in 70-67 victory over Tulane (1/2) ... Dished out a season-best five assists in 79-78 win over McNeese State (1/16) ... Ranked fifth on the team with 39 total assists.

High School: Four-year letterwinner while playing at Verbum Dei HS in the Watts area of Los Angeles for three seasons and Leuzinger HS in Lawndale as a senior ... Averaged 11 points and four rebounds as a senior, 15 points and two boards as a junior and 12 ppg as a sophomore ... Scored a career-high 29 points during his sophomore season in a 58-57 win over Pacific Hills HS ... Named first-team all-district and all-area as a senior while leading Leuzinger to a 27-6 record and the CIF Southern California Division II-A regional semifinals ... Earned Defensive Player of the Year honors while being selected to play in the Collision and South Bay Area All-Star Games ... Named to the the honor roll his junior and senior years, and the Principal's List as a sophomore ... Played AAU ball for BCA for one year and I-Can for one year ... Former teammates now playing Division I basketball include Derrick Flores at UC Irvine, Alex Osbourne at Loyola Marymount, Kyle Richardson at Long Beach State and Jamaal Trice at Connecticut.

Personal: Donley Minor III was born on February 12, 1991, in Inglewood, California ... Son of Elena and Donley Minor ... Has a younger brother, DeAndre, and an older sister, Marissa ... Business management major.

03/09/2013

Lamar drops season finale at Southeastern La. 86-72

Cardinals get 18 points from Donley Minor and 14 points from Stan Brown

03/08/2013

Lamar closes season at Southeastern La.

Cardinals and Lions will be meeting for the second time this season

03/06/2013

Lamar to meet Nicholls on Thursday

Cardinals own a commanding 22-8 series advantage over the Colonels

03/02/2013

Lamar loses 68-50 to Oral Roberts on Senior Day

Cardinals will play their final two games on the road

03/01/2013

Lamar welcomes ORU for senior night

University will recognize Jimmy and Susan Simmons with a "Standing Ovation"

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