Staten Island’s MOUHAMADOU GUEYE StonyBrook University’s March Madness

2020-21 (Senior): America East Defensive Player of Year and All-Defensive Team … Third-team All-America East … Completed season with 65 blocks for two-year total of 129, both ranked fourth in program history … Set career highs for points (17) and blocks (8) vs. UMBC on Feb. 7; block total came within one of matching Jameel Warney’s program record (9 vs. Princeton on Dec. 5, 2015) … Reached 100-block total for career on Jan. 17 against New Hampshire, becoming second-fastest in program history to that mark, at 45 games (Jeff Otchere, 44) … Tallied career-high 14 rebounds at NJIT on Jan. 24 … Capped tiebreaking 7-0 run with consecutive close-range baskets in final minutes en route to 71-64 win vs. UMass Lowell on Dec. 28.

2019-20 (Junior):  Finished year with 64 blocks, fourth-most all-time … 1.94 blocks per game is also fourth in program history … one of five players with six or more blocks in a game … Hit game-winning shot with 2.3 seconds left at Wagner on Nov. 23 … Featured twice in same SportsCenter Top 10 for highlight-reel plays vs. Virginia on Dec. 18 (No. 7 and No. 4) … Earned another spot on SportsCenter Top 10 for poster dunk at Vermont on Jan. 8 … Recorded defensive rebound with nine seconds remaining and hit two free throws with five seconds to go to secure 75-70 win at Binghamton on Feb. 12.

Before Stony Brook: Played two years at Monroe College … Won regional and district titles in the 2016-17 season, earning a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament … also won regional title in 2018-19 season … Averaged 16 points and eight rebounds per game in the regional playoffs, earning a Top 100 JUCO ranking.  He also attended Curtis High School in Staten Island, NY

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