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Cady Lalanne

  • Player
  • Number: 25 (wore 10 in 2011-12)
  • Position: F
  • Height: 6' 9“
  • Weight: 250
  • Hometown: Orlando, FL
  • High School: Oak Ridge HS, Orlando, FL
  • Prep School: none
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthdate: April 22, 1992

At UMass

2012-13 Sophomore year

Roster photo 2012-13

  • Two of the three charges stemming from the 12/1 incident were dismissed. The third charge, disorderly conduct, was reduced to a civil charge, and a fine was paid to close the case. (1/15/2013)1)2)
  • Led team in both scoring (18) and rebounding (13) in the loss at St. Louis (1/10).
  • Reinstated to active status on Dec. 14. UMass: “He has an ongoing conduct case still pending with the dean of students office that is following due process. He will remain eligible for practice and competition pending the outcome of that procedure.”3)4)5)6)
  • Suspended from the team “indefinitely”, as of Dec. 3. Lalanne was arrested on the night of Dec. 1, following an incident at an on-campus event.7)8)9) Pleaded not-guilty to the three misdemeanor charges. Due back in court on Jan. 9 for a pre-trial hearing.10)
  • Suspended for AIC exhibition game, violation of team rules. Back at practice soon after.11)
  • Returned to practice in September (9/19/2012)12)13)
  • Continuing rehabilitation from foot injury, sitting out of summer practices. (7/17/2012)14) (6/14/2012)15)16)

2011-12 Freshman year

  • Had foot surgery in April which was deemed successful.17)
  • Did not appear in any games in 2012. Traveled with the team for road games.
  • Out 4-6 weeks as injured foot heals. (1/4/2012)18)
  • Before foot injury, played in 14 games, averaging 6.7 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 14.9 mpg.19)
  • Went for 12 and 8 in just 14 minutes of work in the win over CCSU (12/30), but re-injured foot that was broken in September.
  • Nearly had a double-double (11 & 9), and blocked 6 shots, in the win over Towson (11/30).
  • Went for 12 and 5 in 14 minutes of work against College of Charleston (11/26).
  • Grabbed 14 rebounds in just 15 minutes of action in the win over NJIT (11/17).
  • Scored 6 points and snared 4 rebounds in first collegiate game, against Elon (11/11).
  • Named to the Atlantic 10 Pre-Season All-Rookie Team20)
  • Early in fall workouts, Lalanne suffered a broken foot that required a pin to be inserted on Sept. 13.21) Returned to practice on or about Oct. 20.22)
  • Brings size and skill to the post.
  • Tremendous rebounder and defensive presence.

Game-by-game stats


  • Did not qualify to play, forced to fully sit out the season. Attended UMass as student.


Full stats available at

Total 3-Pointers Rebounds

UMass accomplishments:

Expanded stats from StatSheet

Career Highs

Freshman season only here. Full highs at

Points12 - twice, last vs Central CT State (12/30/2011)
Field Goals5 - 4 times, last vs Central CT State (12/30/2011)
Field Goals Att.10 - twice, last vs Central CT State (12/30/2011)
3-Point FG2 - twice, last vs Central CT State (12/30/2011)
3-Point FG Att.4 - vs Central CT State (12/30/2011)
Free Throws3 - vs Northeastern (11/14/2011)
Free Throw Att.7 - vs Northeastern (11/14/2011)
Rebounds14 - vs NJIT (11/17/2011)
Assists1 - 3 times, last vs Central CT State (12/30/2011)
Blocks6 - vs Towson (11/30/2011)
Minutes28 - vs Towson (11/30/2011)


Prep School / High School

  • Originally signed to play for Georgia, but could not be accepted as a non-qualifier.23)
  •'s No. 21 ranked power forward coming out of high school in Orlando, FL.24)
  • Played three years of varsity basketball at Oak Ridge High School in Orlando, Fla.
  • The Pioneers amassed a record of 62-24 in his three seasons, including a 24-8 record as a senior in 2009-10, leading the team to a league title.
  • Was named first team All-League and Player of the Year his senior year after taking second team honors as a junior.
  • Set the Oak Ridge school record for double-doubles.
  • Averaged 21 points, 13 rebounds, 4 blocks, and 3 assists per game as a senior.
  • Averaged 17 points, 14 rebounds, and 5 blocks per game as a junior.
  • Also played football in high school.
  • Played AAU ball for the Florida Rams.
  • Enjoyed a highly successful 2009 AAU season that drew recruiting attention nationally.
  • Was ranked No. 21 center prospect and No. 33 power forward prospect nationally by online recruiting service.


  • Cady Lalanne
  • Born April 22, 1992 in St. Martin
  • Native of Haiti25)
  • Son of Bertha Lalanne
  • Has 3 older and 2 younger siblings
  • Major: Sociology
UMass Media Relations statement 12/14/2012
lalanne_cady.txt · Last modified: 2024/04/22 09:29 by mikeuma