User Tools

Site Tools


edwin_green

Edwin Green

  • Player
  • Number: 52
  • Position: C/F
  • Height: 6' 7“
  • Weight: 210 lbs.
  • Hometown: Tampa, FL
  • High School: King
  • Prep School: ?
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthdate: ?

At UMass

  • Second Team All Atlantic 10 as a Senior.
  • Co-Rookie of the Year in the Eastern 8 (the predecessor to the A-10) in 1980-81.1)
  • Persevered through two coaching changes: Ray Wilson for his Freshman season, Tom McLaughlin for his Sophomore and Junior seasons, Ron Gerlufsen for his Senior.
  • Played in 111 of UM's 112 in his four seasons, starting 110. The 110 starts stands tied for eighth all time in program history.2)
  • 3,627 minutes played is tenth all time in program history.3)
  • 580 career field goals stands at eighth all time in program history.4)
  • 190 career blocks stands at sixth all time in program history.5)
  • Led the A-10 in field goal percentage (.553) as a Junior in 1982-83. Led UMass in that category as a Freshman (.481) and Sophomore (.498).
  • Led the team in blocks each of his four years.

1983-84 Senior year

  • Second Team All Atlantic 10.
  • Co-Captain, along with Donald Russell.
  • 12.9 points per game was third on the team, behind John Hempel (15.8) and Horace Neysmith (13.2).
  • 6.6 rebounds per game was eighth in the conference.
  • 2.3 blocks per game led the conference.
  • Set his career high in scoring, with 25 points, at Holy Cross (1/16) and matched it three weeks later at Rhode Island (2/4).

1982-83 Junior year

  • 12.7 points per game was third on the team, behind Hempel (15.4) and Donald Russell (14.6).
  • 7.7 rebounds per game was ninth in the conference (A-10).
  • Shot .553 from the floor (157-284) to lead the conference.

1981-82 Sophomore year

  • 10.1 points per game, third on the team. Drop-off attributed in part to the addition of freshmen Russell (16.4 ppg) and Neysmith (11.7 ppg.)
  • 6.6 rebounds per game was second on the team and ninth in the conference (Eastern 8).
  • Led the team in field goal percentage (.498).

1980-81 Freshman year

  • Co-Rookie of the Year in the Eastern 8 (the predecessor to the Atlantic 10) in 1980-816) Became the first Minuteman to win the honor in the young history of the league.
  • Also named to the E8's Rookie Team.
  • Immediate impact: starting all 27 of UM's games, logging 34.3 minutes per game, most on the team.
  • 14.3 points per game led the team and was tenth in the conference.
  • 7.8 rebounds per game led the team and was sixth in the conference.
  • Led the team in field goal percentage (.481).

Statistics

SeasonGGSMPMPGFGFGAFG%2P2PA2P%3P3PA3P%FTFTAFT%PTSPPGTRBRPGASTSTLBLKTOVPF
1980-81272792634.3164341.481164341.481N/AN/AN/A5881.71638614.32107.8172040587
1981-82262582631.8111223.498111223.498N/AN/AN/A4271.59226410.21566.026?26?92
1982-83292995332.9157284.553155279.55625.4005474.73037012.82247.715235850105
1983-84292992231.8148297.498148297.498N/AN/AN/A7797.79437312.91926.692666499
Career111110362732.75801145.5075781140.50725.400231323.715139312.57827.067?190?37

*Three-point shot only used in his Junior season (1982-83)

Career high in scoring: 25 points, twice (at Holy Cross 1/16/84, at Rhode Island 2/4/84)

Post-UMass

1) , 6)
Award shared with Quentin Freeman of West Virginia
2) , 3)
As of the end of the 2020-21 season. Current list
4) , 5)
As of the end of the 2020-21 season. Current list
7)
1984 Draft was 10 rounds total. No one below the seventh round ended up playing in the league.
edwin_green.txt · Last modified: 2021/09/21 16:46 by mikeuma