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2014-2015 Recruits

Trevail Lee
Trevail Lee
 

Trevail Lee
5’8” Point Guard
Hometown: Memphis, TN
Previous School: Mid-South CC
Major: Health Promotion

2011-2013:

  • Lee was a two-year starter for the Greyhounds and was named to the All-Region team as a sophomore in 2012-13 after leading the team in scoring at 18 points per game. He also averaged nearly 5 assists & 3 steals while shooting over 41% from the three-point line and shot 81.7% from the Free Throw line.
  • Drawing interest from several schools, Lee decided to return to MSCC to finish his Associates degree which he earned in May.

Coach Huse’s Quote:

“Staying in school and earning his AA degree impressed me the most. Many collegiate athletes just move on and follow their athletic dream when the opportunity arises. Trevail was committed to finishing his schooling at Mid-South CC first. Academics and finishing the job he sets out to do are very important to him, which is a huge reason why we liked him and ultimately offered him. On the court, Trevail is a very crafty point guard who can lead a team. His knack for creating opportunities for teammates, and creating and converting on a high percentage of his own scoring attempts, really impressed me. We were in a unique situation with our very tough point guards being seniors last year, so landing one of his ability was very important for us.”

The Lights had five seniors on last year’s team that finished 23-9 overall, 11-5 and second place in the Frontier Conference, and earned their fourth trip in a row (five in six years) to the NAIA National Tournament.

Warren Edmondson
6’2” Guard
Hometown: Vancouver, WA
Previous School: Portland CC
Major: Health Promotion

2013-2014

  • Led team to 2014 NWAACC tournament championship (1st in school history) and League Co-Championship (Southern Region)
  • Named 1st Team All-NWAACC (Southern Region)
  • Named 1st Team All-NWAACC Tournament Team
  • Averaged 16.5 ppg (41% from 3), 2.78 Assists/gm, 4.25 reb/gm, and 1.41 Steals/gm
  • Scored 42 points in semifinal (NWAACC tournament) win over Skagit Valley

Portland Head Coach Tony Broadous’s Quotes

“We’re excited for Warren to get this opportunity, he did a great job of developing his game and being a great student in his two years here. All his hard work paid off.”
   –From NWAACC release

Coach Huse’s Quotes

“Warren has the capability to provide an instant impact. He led his team to their first ever trip to what is essentially their National Tournament (NWAACC Tournament)…and then onto their National Championship run. He is a very good guard at the two-spot who can also excel at the point position when needed. He is the type that makes many good plays happen in a variety of ways – he knows how to fill the stat line in a positive way. From what I have seen, he is as good as it gets at finding and creating opportunities for your offense, and always being ready to capitalize on them.”

“With regards to us, Warren understands the tradition of basketball that we have established here and is anxious to keep it going. He is very much a team player whom I anticipate will fit in very well with our program. We are very excited he and his extremely supportive family chose for him to be a MSU-Northern Light for his four-year school career - We look very forward to watching Warren enhance what we do.”

The Lights had five seniors on last year’s team that finished 23-9 overall, 11-5 and second place in the Frontier Conference, and earned their fourth trip in a row (five in six years) to the NAIA National Tournament.

  Warren Edmonson
Warren Edmondson

 

 


Kevin Oberweiser
Kevin Oberweiser
 

Kevin Oberweiser
6’0” Guard
Hometown: Drummond, MT
Previous School: Drummond High School
Major: Health Promotion; HPE potentially

2013-2014:

  • Named District 13-C All-State
  • Averaged 19.5 ppg, 7.2 RPG, 4.6 APG, 3.4 SPG
  • Recorded six double doubles as a senior (points and rebounds)

Drummond Head Coach Joe Bignell’s Quote:

"Kevin Oberweiser is the true definition of a student-athlete. He shows great leadership by his commitment to the game, his team, and his school. It was a great pleasure coaching him."

Kevin's Quote:

"I chose to go to Northern because I get the chance to continue playing the game I love in a competitive conference at a successful program that is surrounded by good people."

Coach Huse’s Quote:

“Kevin is an exceptional student-athlete who should be a great addition to our program. First and foremost Kevin is a great person. On the court he possesses the capability to shoot the ball extremely well, which of course is a main attribute we look for in our system. He also handles and passes the ball very well and we look forward to watching his development within our program over the years to come. Kevin is very much a team player who I anticipate will fit in very well with our team - we are very excited that he chose to be a part of our program.”

The Lights had five seniors on last year’s team that finished 23-9 overall, 11-5 and second place in the Frontier Conference, and earned their fourth trip in a row (five in six years) to the NAIA National Tournament.

 

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