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Michael Steadman

At UMass

Steadman 2021-22

  • Announced his intention to transfer in, on 4/6/2021.2) UMass confirmed on 6/4.3)
  • Official roster classifies him as a Senior.
  • Coach Matt McCall on Steadman: “Michael is a high character kid who brings great size and length to our lineup. Offensively, he is very skilled in the post and capable of stretching the floor from three while also guarding pick and rolls and protecting the rim on the defensive end of the floor. We're looking forward to welcoming Michael to campus as we continue building towards the 2021-22 season.”4)

2021-22 Season

  • Played in 25 of the 32 games on the season, starting in 14. Fellow big man Trent Buttrick moved to the 4 in games Steadman started.
  • Averaged 17.0 minutes per game, 7.5 points (6th on the team), and 3.8 rebounds per game (5th on the team).
  • Missed the first six games of the season with an ankle injury.5)
  • Made his debut against UMass Lowell (11/24), tallying 10 points & 4 rebounds in 12 minutes off the bench.
  • Tallied 6 points and 5 boards in 18 minutes of work versus Harvard (12/4).
  • Breakout game versus Fairfield (12/19): 8-11 shooting from the floor, 20 points, and 4 boards.
  • Season-high 9 rebounds, plus 8 points, at Richmond (1/5).
  • Got his first start of the season versus Duquesne (1/8). Played 28 minutes and tallied 13 & 6.
  • Tallied 7 & 4 in 17 minutes in the win over Saint Louis (1/20).
  • Another 7 & 4, but in just 10 minutes, versus George Washington (2/9).
  • Scored 19 points on 9-14 from the field, including his first 3-pointer of the season, versus Saint Joseph's (2/12).
  • Notched four straight games in double figures, La Salle (2/19) through Fordham (2/28). Averaged 12.5 points, plus 5.3 rebounds.
  • Finished his college career quietly, averaging just 4.0 points and 3.7 rebounds over his final three games. Saw limited playing time, just 12.3 minutes average. Was also a DNP in the A-10 Tournament win over George Washington (3/10).

Pre-UMass

Montana (2019-21)

Roster photo 2020-21

  • Transferred in from SJSU, with one season of eligibility remaining.6)
  • Redshirted the 2019-20 season.7) Focused on conditioning, got his weight down from 250 to 215.8)
  • Was named to the 2020-21 Big Sky Pre-Season All-Conference Team.9)
  • Played in 19 games with the Grizz, starting 18.
  • Averaged 9.9 points, 5.4 rebounds, in 22.6 minutes per game.
  • Fourth on the team in scoring, third in rebounding, second in field goal percentage (.548).
  • Ranked 11th in the Big Sky Conference in FG%.10)
  • Had two double-doubles: 19 & 10 versus Northern Colorado (1/4), 13 & 11 versus Northern Arizona (1/14).
  • More foul-prone: averaged 3.2 fouls per game, and fouled out three times. At SJSU, never fouled out (in more games played) and averaged 2.5 per game. Per 40 minutes, 5.6 fouls at Montana versus just 3.2 at SJSU.
  • Last appeared in the Feb. 13 game versus Weber State, and announced he would leave the team and transfer for a graduate season elsewhere.11)12)

San Jose State (2018-19)

Roster photo 2018-19

  • Played one season at SJSU, immediately eligible after moving up from CCSF's community college ranks. Classified as a Junior.
  • Was the Spartans' best player in a bad season (4-27 overall, 1-17 MWC).
  • Appeared in all 31 of their games, started 29.
  • Averaged 13.2 points, 11.3 field goal attempts, 8.5 rebounds, in 30.5 minutes per game, led the team in all those categories. Was also tied for team lead in blocks.
  • Ranked 17th in the Mountain West Conference in scoring, 7th in rebounding, and 3rd in field goal percentage (.483).
  • Tallied six 20+ point games, and 11 double-doubles.
  • Chose to transfer out after the conclusion of the season.13) Was recruited by Arizona, Washington State, Montana, San Francisco, and Portland State.14)

City College of San Francisco (2016-18)

Roster photo 2016-17Roster photo 2017-18

  • Played for the Rams in 2016-17 and 2017-18.15)
  • 2016-17: Played in 31 of the team's 32 games, averaging 6.9 points and 4.7 rebounds. Blocked 44 shots on the season, second on the team.
  • 2017-18: Played in 32 of the team's 34 games, improving his averages to 8.9 points and 5.4 rebounds. Blocked 48 shots on the season, best on the team. Team went 33-1 and won the CCCAA title.16)
  • Had a 32 & 12 game in December 2017, where he shot 13-17 from the floor.17)
  • Roster pages: 2017-18, 2016-17

High School

  • Attended James Logan High School in Union City, CA
  • Averaged 15.8 points and 9.2 rebounds per game as a senior
  • Earned All-East Bay and All-League honors

Statistics

SeasonSchoolConfGGSMPMPGFGFGAFG%2P2PA2P%3P3PA3P%FTFTAFT%PTSPPGORBDRBTRBRPGASTSTLBLKTOVPFFO
2016-17CCSFCoast3117??77161.47874147.503314.21456103.5442136.9441011454.71194453??
2017-18CCSFCoast3216??114240.47599195.5081545.3334265.6462858.9681061745.42754850??
2018-19San Jose St.MWC312994530.5169350.483164328.500522.22765106.61340813.2721922648.52741475760
2020-21MontanaBig Sky191842922.680146.54879143.55213.3332841.6831899.918851035.4551143603
2021-22UMassA-10251442417.075170.44173162.45128.2503648.7501887.53659953.8108631422
CareerD1 Totals7561179824.0324666.486316633.499833.242129195.66278510.51263364626.24217311491785

Game logs from Sports-Reference.com
CCSF stats: 2017-18, 2016-17

Career Highs

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