EMPORIA, KAN. (June 7, 2007)-- Emporia State men's basketball coach
David Moe announced recently the addition of four players to the Hornet
roster. High school players Matt Boswell and Jordan Stout along with
transfers Marvin Lee and Marc Lewis will attend ESU and play basketball
for the Hornets.
Boswell is a 6-6 wing player from Wichita, Kan. He averaged 21.8
points and 6.2 rebounds per game for Kapaun Mt. Carmel HS as a senior.
He led the Wichita City League in scoring as a junior and senior. He
earned third-team All-Kansas honors as a senior in addition to being a
two-time second-team All-Class 5A selection. He led the Crusaders to a
fourth place finish at the Kansas Class 5A State Tournament as a senior
after they had won their first Wichita City League Championship in 31
years during his junior season. He will play in the KBCA All-Star game
later this summer.
Stout is a 6-3 guard from Madison, Kan. He was a two-time honorable
mention All-Class 1A performer for Madison HS. He was a unanimous
first-team All-Lyon County League selection as a senior. He led the
Bulldogs to a regional championship and sub-state runner-up finish as a
Marvin Lee is a 6-2 guard from Chicago, Ill. that will come to ESU from
NCAA Division I Binghamton Univ. He played in 17 games with four starts
for the Bearcats. He was a first-team All-Region VI performer at Pratt
Community College after averaging 14.2 points and 6.4 rebounds per game.
He also led the Beavers in steals with 50 his sophomore season. In high
school Lee was a first-team all-conference player for Hyde Park Academy
Marc Lewis is a 6-3 guard from Minneapolis, Minn. that last played at
North Dakota State College of Science. He was a third-team NJCAA
Division I All-American after averaging 19.5 points for the Wildcats.
He prepped at Patrick Henry HS in Minneapolis, Minn.
The Hornets were 21-8 last year, their fifth straight winning season,
and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in four years.
ESU*s 77 wins over the last four years are the most in a four year
period by the Hornets since joining the NCAA in 1992.