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Holy Cross Basketball Announces 2015-16 Schedule

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

 

The Holy Cross men's basketball program has announced its schedule for the 2015-16 season, its first under head coach Bill Carmody. 

Notable Non-Conference Games 

The Crusaders will kick the season off on Friday, November 14 when they visit Marist for the season opener and then travel to Providence, Rhode Island to visit Brown University on Monday, November 16th. 

The Crusaders first home game of the season will come on Thursday, November 19th when they host the University of New Hampshire. 

Holy Cross will host Ivy League power Harvard at the Hart Center on Sunday, November 29 and America East power Albany on Saturday, December 5th. 

Notable road games for the Crusaders include a December 2nd matchup with the University of Rhode Island and a December 9th matchup against Kansas. 

Patriot League Play 

Conference play for Holy Cross begins on Wednesday, December 30 when the Crusaders will host in state rival,  Boston University. Tip off for that game is set for 7 p.m.

The Crusaders will face defending Patriot League Champions Lafayette on the road on January 13 before hosting the Lafayette on Wednesday, February 10. 

Holy Cross wraps up their regular season on Saturday, February 27 when they visit Boston University. 

The Patriot League Tournament is scheduled to begin on March 1st. 

A New Era 

Holy Cross finished last season with an overall record of 14-16 and a conference record of 8-10. The Crusaders advanced to the second round of the Patriot League Tournament before falling to Bucknell in Overtime. 

In the offseason, Holy Cross let go of coach Milan Brown and brought in head coach Bill Carmody. Carmody was the 2004 Big Ten coach of the Year. 

Holy Cross returns three starters and eight letter winners from last season. 

 

Related Slideshow: Top 10 Players in Holy Cross Crusader Basketball History

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10. Bob Kissane

Class of 1971

Kissane is one of 45 players in Holy Cross history to crack 1,000 career points, finishing with 1,362 points in three full seasons as a Crusader. For his career, Kissane averaged18.1 points per game, leading the Crusaders in scoring in both his Junior and Senior seasons. In those two seasons, Kissane also led the team in rebounding and in free throw shooting percentage. For his career, Kissane finished 10th all-time in scoring average at 18.1 points per game, 9th all-time in total rebounds (793) and rebounding average (10.6 per game) and 4th all-time in free throws made (444) for Holy Cross.

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9. Chris Potter

Class of 1978

Potter's dominance was spread out over a four-year career during the mid-to-late 70's. Potter is another member of the 1,000-point club at Holy Cross, finishing with 1,789 points. That number ties Potter for 5th all-time with legendary Crusader Tom Heinshon. The former Crusader captain was selected as Crusader of the Year during his Senior season, averaging 16.2 points per game and 10.2 rebounds per game. Each season of Potter's career ended in at least 20 wins for Holy Cross. Potter's career stats land him 5th all-time in points scored (1,789) and third all-time in total rebounds (1,019) in Holy Cross history.

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8. Keith Hochstein

Class of 1968

Hochstein was very undersized to be playing in the front court, but he dominated despite his smaller stature. Hochstein stood just 6-feet 4-inches yet managed to grab 11.5 rebounds per game in his three-year career. Hochstein finished his career with an amazing 20.2 points and 11.5 rebounds per game, making him one of a select few to average over 20-points and 10-rebounds per game. His career found Hochstein as another member of the 1,000-point club, finishing 29th all-time with 1,174 points. He finished 7th in scoring average (20.2) and 6th in rebounding average (11.5) in Holy Cross history.

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7. Ed Siudut

Class of 1969

Siudut was as revered off the court as he was on. Siudut was the first-ever Holy Cross player to earn a postgraduate scholarship. He was also an Academic All-American. Throughout his three seasons with the Crusaders Siudut led the team in scoring and rebounding. Siudut is a member of the 1,000-point club, finishing 11th all-time with 1,611 points. Siudut's career stats find him 3rd all-time in scoring average (22.4), 6th all-time in total rebounds (888) and 4th all-time in rebounding average (12.3).

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6. Dwight Pernell

Class of 1990

Pernell was an all-around dominant player for Holy Cross in the late 80's and into 1990. Pernell was a proficient scorer but also a great passer and strong defender. Pernell is one of only two Crusaders to ever score 30 points or more in one half, doing so by scoring 30 in the second half against Mount St. Mary's in 1988. Pernell is yet another member of the 1,000-point club, finishing with 1,891-points which is good for 4th all-time. Pernell also ranks 4th all-time in steals (204) and 6th in assists (430).

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5. Rob Feaster

Class of 1995

Feaster is the first player on our list that is part of the 2,000-point club. Feaster is one of only three players in the 2,000-point club and is 2nd all-time with 2,224 points. Feaster was a four-year player for the Crusaders, but his final two seasons were the ones Holy Cross fans remember. In those seasons he averaged 28.0 and 25.0 points per game respectively. On top of being 2nd all-time in scoring, feaster sits in the top-five in shots attempted and shots made.

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4. Jack Foley

Class of 1962

Jack "The Shot" Foley is another one of the three members of the 2,000-point club. Foley finished his career with 2,185 points in only three years of Varsity play (Freshman did not play Varsity in that time). He still holds the Crusaders career record for scoring average with 28.4 points per game. The season that best shows Foley's scoring ability was his Senior season of 1961-1962 where he averages 33.0 points per game on 50.4% shooting.

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3. Ronnie Perry

Class of 1980

Perry is the all-time leading scorer for the Crusaders. His astonishing 2,542 points are exactly 300 more points than second-leading scorer Rob Feaster. Perry averaged 23.2 points per game for his career with the Crusaders. His career landed him second all-time in scoring average (23.2) and 7th all-time in total assists (422).

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2. Tommy Heinsohn

Class of 1956

The top-two of the list are reserved for Holy Cross royalty. First up is Heinsohn. Heinshon ranks in the top 10 in eight categories all-time for the Crusaders. Heinsohn is most known for his tenacity on the boards, averaging over 15 rebounds per game on his career and over 1,250 for his career. Heinsohn was also a very skilled interior scorer, averaging 22.1 points per game in just three seasons as a Varsity player (Freshman did not play Varsity in their first year). Heinsohn's premier season came in his Senior campign when he averaged 27.4 points and an amazing 21.1 rebounds per game. The astonishing 20-20 average for Heinsohn is considered by some to be the best season ever by a Crusader. Heinsohn is the team's 5th leading scorer, 5th in scoring average, 1st in rebounds and rebounding average all-time for Holy Cross.

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1. Bob Cousy

Class of 1950

Widely considered to be one of the best pure point guards of all-time, Bob Cousy tops the list for best Crusaders. During his four years with the Crusaders, Cousy shattered nearly every standing record at the time. Cousy finished his career as the team's all-time leading scorer and was known as one of the best, and most skilled passers in the entire game.

 
 

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