Incredible quickness, will see extensive action at point guard. 2006-07: Played in 27 games starting 12 • Averaged 3.0 points and had 51 assists on the season. Scored six points against Neumann in season opener •Put in a strong defensive effort against St. Mary's leading scorer in the Cards' victory • Had five points in a 5-7 performance from the line versus Hood • Had ten points and 4-4 shooting against Elizabethtown • Had 12 points against York • Scored six points against Mary Washington • Scored five points versus Mary Washington in CAC Semifinal • Notched three assists versus Lincoln in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. 2005-06: Started 15 of his 21 games • Averaged 3.7 points & 2.6 assists • Third on team in assists (54) • Posted personal highs in points (13) & rebounds (4) vs. York • Tied his high point total with 13 at SU. Made 5 of 6 FGs, including all 3 of his 3-pointers & had 4 assists • Notched a career-best 7 assists in CUA Pepsi Classic championship game vs. Eastern. Added 9 points & succeeded on 6 of 8 FTs • Tallied 6 assists, 4 points & 2 steals at GAL • Had 5 assists & 3 points vs. SMC & in CAC Tournament vs. UMW • Recorded 4 points, 4 assists, 3 boards & a personal-high 3 steals vs. SU. High School: Two-year starting point guard • Averaged 8.1 points & 4.5 assists as senior captain. Named second-team All-Monmouth County & third-team All-Shore • Ranked 76th among state seniors by NJ Hoops Newsletter • Helped lead Colts (26-3) to 2005 South Jersey Parochial A championship. Scored a team-high 16 points in title game to guide squad past St. Augustine for first time in school history. Club advanced to Parochial A state final. Colts won Shore Conference championship & finished with final ranking of 4th in state • Teamed with fellow CUA rookie Brian Freiberger for two years in high school & in eighth grade at Oak Hill Academy in Middletown, N.J. • Played with Dan Werner, a freshman at 2006 national champion Florida • Coached by Ed Wicelinski. Notable: Represents basketball team on CUA's Student Athlete Advisory Committee • Attended Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic his first two years of high school & started as sophomore • Played for New York Gauchos AAU team in 2000 & 2001. Personal: Son of Walter & Julia Stolzenthaler. Has a twin sister, Caitlin.
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