Veteran shooting guard/small forward ... voted team co-captain ... probable starter in 2003-04 ... has most game experience of any returning Bucknell player with 77 career appearances (43 starts) ... very capable long-range shooter ... well-versed in the fundamentals of basketball ... comes from a strong hoops background and played high school ball for his father at St. Thomas More Prep ... plays with great confidence ... good spot-up shooter, but also can drive the ball to the rim ... ranks 17th on Bucknell's career 3-point FG list with 65 ... has excellent size for a guard, which allows coaches to place him on a either a guard or small forward on the defensive end ... excellent free-throw shooter (.752 career).
2002-03 Started 21 games and played in 28 ... team's fifth-leading scorer at 7.9 ppg ... shot career-best 35.2% from 3-point range (31-88) ... enjoyed career night against Canisius (12/3/02) in Davis Gym with 22 points and five rebounds ... made 7 of 12 shots from field and 6 of 10 from 3-point range in that game ... also scored in double figures against American (14), Army (13) and Lafayette (12) ... made at least one 3-pointer in 16 of 28 games ... made 4 of 5 threes against American (1/11/03) ... only game missed was due to illness.
2001-02 First-year starter who was one of the team's top 3-point threats ... appeared in all 29 games, starting 22 ... averaged career-high 6.1 ppg and 2.7 rpg ... ranked fifth on the team in scoring and minutes played (26.1 mpg) ... struggled with his shooting consistency ... shot 32.5 percent (51-157) from the field and 29.7 percent (30-101) from 3-point range ... made 44 of 57 free throws (.772) ... scored career-high 16 points in an overtime win over Cornell (11/26/01), including seven in OT ... matched that total with 16 in a home victory over UMBC (12/11/01) ... hit game-winning shot with 0:14 left in 65-64 win over Lafayette (1/9/02) ... also blocked a Leopard shot at the buzzer to preserve the win ... made 4 of 5 shots, including both 3-point attempts, in a win over Lehigh (1/26/02) ... career-best 7-for-7 from the line in a win at Colgate (2/16/02) ... dished four assists vs. Navy (2/6/02) to match his career high.
2000-01 Appeared in 20 games off the bench, averaging 7.6 minutes per outing ... missed first eight games with an injury ... contributed 1.5 ppg and 1.1 rpg per game ... 18 of 29 points came against Patriot League competition ... season-high five points against both Colgate (2/18/01) and Albany (2/24/01) ... dished three assists against Colgate in the Bison's Patriot League Tournament win over the Raiders (3/3/01) ... totaled seven points in two tournament games ... made 9 of 10 free throws on the season.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL A two-year captain and team MVP at Montville H.S. ... earned first team all-league honors and was the MVP of the Senior Class M.S. All-Star Game ... at Saint Thomas More Prep he played under the guidance of his father, Jere Quinn, and helped the team to a 31-3 record and the NEPSAC Class A Championship in 1999-2000 ... named a New England Class "A" Prep School Honorable Mention all-star after averaging 11.8 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 5.7 assists ... majoring in accounting at Bucknell ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll last spring ... son of Judy and Jere Quinn ... born Jan. 25, 1981.