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Sean Sutherlin

Position:

Guard

Current Team:

HEIGHT/WeighT:

6'5" / 200 lbs.

Date of birth:

Birth place:

New Brighton, MN

2021-22

Played for Minnesota Gold Gophers

Played in 28 games for the Gophers, missing just two due to injury or illness • sixth person off the bench for the Gophers and started in four games • averaged 7.2 points per game and had 10 double-digit point games • recorded 102 rebounds off the bench to average 3.6 per game • had eight points and five rebounds in the win over Kansas City (11/9) • played 20 minutes in the win against Princeton and scored 14 points and six rebounds (11/14) • scored 19 points off the bench when he went 7-of-7 from the field and had a team-high seven rebounds in the win over Purdue Fort Wayne (11/19) • saw action in 21 minutes and scored four points and four rebounds in the Pittsburgh win (11/30) • had eight points against Michigan State (12/8) • produced 12 points against Green Bay (12/22) • played 37 minutes and had four rebounds and five points vs. Rutgers (1/22) • had 12 points against Ohio State (1/27) • added 11 points and went 4-of-5 at Nebraska (2/9) • had seven rebounds and five points against Penn State (2/17) • started in the game against Northwestern and had 11 points, five assists and four steals • scored 11 points vs. Wisconsin (2/23) • had 13 points, five rebounds and two assists vs. Indiana (2/27) • played 30 minutes against Maryland (3/2) • started in the Big Ten Tournament game vs Penn State and had 10 points, four assists and six rebounds (3/9).

2019-21

Played for New Hampshire Wildcats

Started all 28 games in which he played (DNP two games) Averaged 12.8 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.6 assists in 33.9 minutes per game No 14 in the nation in defensive rebounding (7.64 per game) America East conference leader in double-doubles (12) and defensive rebounding (7.6 per game); No. 2 in overall rebounding (9.3 rpg); No. 9 in assists (2.6 apg), field goal percentage (43.4%) and minutes (33.9 mpg); 14th in offensive rebounding (1.6 rpg); and 16th in scoring (12.8 ppg) Led the team in double-doubles (12), rebounds (260), rebounding (9.3 rpg), defensive rebounds (214), defensive rebounding (7.6 rpg), free throws made (69) and attempted (122), minutes (948), and minutes per game (33.9) Second in scoring (12.8 ppg), assists per game (2.7) and field goal percentage (43.4%) Team leader in scoring eight times; rebounding 15 times; scoring & rebounding six times; assists eight times 10+ rebounds 11 times; four games with nine rebounds 20+ points four times 21 points and career-high 20 rebounds vs. Bryant (Nov. 26); made 8 of 16 FGs; also had a personal-best four steals Career-high 22 points in 22 minutes vs. Dartmouth (Dec. 30); made 8-10 FGs and 6-7 FTs Played 40+ minutes five times: vs. Bryant (41:33), at Central Connecticut State (40), at Quinnipiac (40), vs Hartford (40), at UMBC (40; AE quarterfinal) Career-high six assists twice: vs. Holy Cross (Nov. 9) and at Boston U. (Nov. 16) Recorded five assists six times Career-high four steals twice: vs. Bryant (Nov. 26); vs. Stony Brook (Feb. 8) Recorded 19 points and 13 rebounds for his 12th double-double, as well as five assists, in the AE quarterfinal at UMBC (March 7); made 8 of 9 FTs 20 points, 13 rebounds vs. Binghamton (Feb. 29); 9-13 FGs; 1-1 3’s- 1-1 FTs 20 points and seven rebounds at Boston U. (Nov. 16); 7-12 FGs and 6-8 FTs Tallied his eighth double-double (13p, 17r) and a season-high 42:30 minutes in OT win vs. Hartford (Feb. 20) 14p, 14r vs. UMBC (Jan. 18) Recorded team-high 37 minutes and his seventh double-double of the season at Vermont (Feb. 12) with 10p, 11r Made 15 of 19 FTs (78.9%) a stretch of four consecutive games Dec. 22 to Jan. 8: 5-6 at UConn (Dec. 22); 6-7 vs. Dartmouth (Dec. 30); 3-4 at Hartford (Jan. 4); and 1-2 vs. Maine (Jan. 8) In the last 10 games, made 21 of 26 FTs (80.8%)

2017-19

Played for Sheridan College

Two-year letter winner at Sheridan College (Sheridan, Wyoming)

Scored 646 points in two years at Sheridan and helped lead the Generals to a pair of Region IX regular-season titles and a 55-9 overall record… Started 32 games as a sophomore, when he averaged 10.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game… That year, the Generals were runner-up in the Region IX tournament, advanced to the NJCAA national tournament, and ended with a 31-4 record.