Racerhistory.com

SINCE 1926 1639-896 (.646)

Brion  Sanchious

Brion Sanchious

Men's Basketball -
Year PlayedG−GSMinFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%ORDBRebPFAsTOBlStPtsPPG
2018-201933−216073364.51600 .0002231.7103166976519 302317882.7
2017-201832−155534370.61400 .000725.280335689658 231219932.9
2016-201733−307754672.63900 .0002250.44046821288615 281981143.5
2015-201618−52391426.53800 410.400242852387 12115321.8
2015−2019116−7121741362320.58600 0.000551160.47413423236625449 9365493272.82

6-8 Forward from Pompano Beach,FL

2017-18

    Started six games in the pre-conference portion of the season and then started the last nine games of the season.
    Scored nine points on 4-of-4 shooting in the two games of the OVC Tournament.
    Had a season-high seven points against Middle Tennessee.
    Had a season-high eight rebounds vs Belmont.
    Made 61 percent from the field on 43-of-70 shots.


2016-17

    Grabbed six rebounds vs Illinois State in the season opener.
    Scored in 27 of the 33 games he appeared in.
    Played in a career-high 37 minutes in the game at South Dakota State.


2015-16

    First start as a Racer was at Houston.
    Grabbed nine rebounds vs Jacksonville State.
    Made his fourth-straight start against Belmont on Jan. 14, but suffered a season-ending knee injury.


Before MSU

    Joined the Racers from Northeast High School (Florida Class 5A) where he was a two-sport star for the Hurricanes.
    Led the state in blocked shots in 2014-15.
    Sun-Sentinel All-Broward County.
    From same HS that produced former Racer great T.J. Sapp.
    Sanchious was also an outstanding quarterback. 

© 2007-2018 RacerHistory.com & Patrick Foltz. All Rights Reserved.
RacerHistory.com is not the official website of Murray State University Athletics and is not sanctioned by the university or athletic department.