Maverick Maniac's Musings

March 1, 2013

Jacques Coleman–Career Retrospect

Filed under: Men's Basketball,Omaha Mavericks,Retrospects — Jon Green @ 11:30 am

I’ve previous covered the career of Tyler Egli.

Coleman is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he played for Milwaukee Marquette. From there he went to Ellsworth Community College where he helped lead the team to a #13 ranking. At Omaha he’s played in 48 games over the last two years. He has 123 career points, 61 career rebounds, 44 career assists, and 27 career steals.

Points:
1st Point – 11/14/11 vs. Concordia – Jacques’ first points came with 9:32 left in the game when he got a layup to make it 78-50.
10th Point – 12/15/11 vs. Saint Mary – Coleman had a layup with 1:33 left to make it 85-65 UNO and bring him past 10 career points.
25th Point – 12/30/11 vs. Coppin State – Jacques hit a layup with 8:20 left to make it 68-59 Coppin State and bring him past 25 career points.
50th Point – 2/1/12 vs. Peru State – Coleman scored a career high 15 points in this game. He hit a jumper with 8:21 left to make it 81-57 Omaha and score his 50th career point.
100th Point – 1/3/13 @ Oakland – Jacques hit a jumper with 1:16 left in the first half to make it 48-42 Oakland and give him 100 career points.

Rebounds:
1st Rebound – 11/14/11 vs. Concordia – The first rebound of Coleman’s career came with 8:19 left in the game when he grabbed a Beau Smith missed three.
10th Rebound – 12/29/11 @ Seattle – Jacques grabbed his 10th career rebound with 4:16 left when he grabbed an Eric Wallace missed jumper. He was fouled by Chad Rasmussen afterwards and would go on to hit a FT to make it 87-68 Seattle.
25th Rebound – 1/17/12 @ Nevada – Coleman grabbed a John Karhoff miss with 4:25 left for his 25th career rebound.
50th Rebound – 11/29/12 @ North Dakota State – Jacques grabbed a Jordan Aaberg missed layup with 42 seconds left and Omaha down 44 to reach 50 career rebounds.

Assists:
1st Assist – 11/12/11 vs. Fort Wayne – After checking in during the final minute Jacques stole the ball and passed ahead to Alex Welhouse for a fast break layup with 17 seconds left to make it 81-72 Fort Wayne.
10th Assist – 12/17/11 @ Milwaukee – Back in Milwaukee where he played his high school basketball, Coleman got his 10th career assist when he set up Tyler Egli for a three with 2:47 left to make it 77-45 Milwaukee.
20th Assist – 1/17/12 @ Nevada – Coleman had a big game at Nevada with four assists. His 2nd, a pass to Mitch Albers for a fast break layup that made it 68-58 Nevada with 5:55 left.
40th Assist – 12/31/12 vs. Kansas City – Jacques set up John Karhoff for a jumper that made it 63-47 Omaha with 9:19 left and gave him 40 career assists.

Steals:
1st Steal – 11/12/11 vs. Fort Wayne – Coleman’s first steal came with 21 seconds left when he took the ball from Jonny Marlin and would then pass ahead for an Alex Welhouse layup.
5th Steal – 1/7/12 @ Colorado State – Jacques got a steal from Dorian Green with 3:46 left in the 1st half and Omaha trailing 35-22, that was the 5th steal of his career.
10th Steal – 2/1/12 vs. Peru State – Coleman had a career high six steals in this one. His first was the 10th of his career and came when he took the ball from Patrick Riley with 15:28 left in the first half and the score tied 8-8.
25th Steal – 1/31/13 vs. Fort Wayne – Jacques took the ball from Pierre Bland with 12:46 left and Omaha up 53-50 for his 25th career steal. Coleman would take the ball and drive for a fast break layup on the play to give Omaha a 7-0 run and force a Fort Wayne timeout.

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  1. […] I’ve previous covered the careers of Tyler Egli and Jacques Coleman. […]

    Pingback by Alex Welhouse–Career Retrospect | Maverick Maniac's Musings — March 2, 2013 @ 10:30 am | Reply


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