Men's Basketball 2014 – Player Profile

Shai Henry

Shai Henry – 22

Year: Junior

Major: Sports Management

Height: 6-4

Position: G/F

High School: Middle Township

Hometown: Cape May Court House, N.J.


Biography

2013-14 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in 24 games as a sophomore, making 22 starts – finished third on the team in averaging 9.5 points per game – finished second on the team in averaging 5.6 rebounds per game – collected two double-doubles on the year, first against Holy Family (11 points, 14 rebounds), and against Shippensburg (10 points, 10 rebounds) – set a new career best with 19 points at Nyack on 9-of-14 shooting on January 25 – finished in double digits in 13 games – his 14 rebounds against Holy Family set a new career best as well.

2012-13 Season (Freshman): Played in 23 games, making 11 starts as a true freshman – scored a season high 16 points on February 2 against Nyack, shooting 7-of-8 from the floor – scored in double digits at Millersville (13) and against USciences (10) as well – grabbed a season high 10 rebounds twice, first at Holy Family on January 19, and at Philadelphia on February 12 – was second on the team with a 5.3 rebounds per game average.

High School: Four-year letterwinner in basketball at Middle Township High School – helped lead the team to the 2010-11 South Jersey Championship by going 27-2 overall – also helped lead the team to the 2008-09 Conference Championship with a 25-6 record

Personal: Shai Devonte Henry – son of Benjiman Henry and Andria Lee – has three older siblings, Lawrence Lee, Donte Henry and Rashawn Henry – brother, Lawarence Lee, played basketball at Stockton College – brother, Brian Allen, played basketball at Towson University – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a coach – from Cape May Court House, N.J. – his favorite athlete is Michael Jordan, who he also shares a birthday with – his favorite professional sports team is the Dallas Mavericks – his favorite movie is The Lion King – considers both his mother and brother his hero because “they raised me to be the man I am today”.

Year

GP-GS

fg-fga

Pct.

3fg-fga

Pct.

Ft-fta

Pct.

Reb.

RPG

Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

Avg.

12-13

23-11

45-93

.484

8-24

.333

16-29

.552

121

5.3

15

2

10

114

5.0

13-14

24-22

87-202

.431

25-84

.298

29-42

.690

135

5.6

13

5

14

228

9.5

Total

47-33

132-298

.447

33-108

.306

45-71

.634

256

5.4

28

7

24

342

7.3