22 - Chris Kearney
Chris Kearney
Height: 6-7
Weight: 220
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Centreville, Va.
High School: Westfield
Position: F/C

2010-11: Started 18 of the 23 games he appeared in • Missed several games due to injury • Averaged career highs in points (7.8) and blocks (2.3) • Shot 47% from the field • Tied his career high for points with 16 on 6 of 10 shooting at SCR • Pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds on 2 occassions • Led CUA with 52 blocks, including a career-high 7 vs. Frostburg State • 2009-10: Started in 25 of his 27 games • Averaged 7.4 points and 5.5 rebounds • Scored 15 points on 3 of 5 (.600) shooting and hit all 9 of his free throws to go along with 4 blocks in his first game vs. St. Vincent • Scored 15 points after shooting 6 of 6 from the field and collected 12 rebounds for his first collegiate double-double at Carnegie Mellon • Pulled down 10 rebounds and scored 6 points vs. JUN • Was second on the team in rebounds with 149 during the season • Led the team and was second in the conference with 57 blocks • Had the second highest field goal percentage of any Cardinal, shooting .496% • Scored 200 points • High School: Played on varsity two years & started as a senior co-captain • Post player • Named 2008-09 Concorde District Player of the Year & first-team All-Defense. First athlete from his school to be named district’s top player. Also garnered first-team All-Northern Region honors & honorable mention All-Metropolitan. Connection Newspapers named him to second team • Averaged 19.3 points, 12.4 rebounds & 3.5 blocks his senior year. Bulldogs finished 20-6. Played for Suburban All-Stars in Capital Classic preliminary game • Team went 21-3 & won Concorde District regular-season & tournament championships his junior year. Named honorable mention All-District. Best game was 17 points, 11 rebounds & 5 blocks vs. Lake Braddock • Team won Bulldog Bash Holiday Tournament both years he played. Named MVP of that tournament & the King Williams Tip-Off Tournament his final season • Coached by Doug Ewell • Played for Fairfax Stars AAU team. 17-and-under team was inducted into Stars’ Hall of Fame • Received Character Recognition Award & member of Math Honor Society & National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Chris & Peggy Kearney • Last name pronounced “Car-nee.”


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