Round 1: #8 Kevin Ollie vs. #9 Bob Staak

Kevin Ollie vs. Bob Staak

#8 Kevin Ollie – (1991-1995)
by Meghan Bard

Kevin Ollie is the kind of player every other player should aspire to be. He may not the most physically talented player to come through Storrs, but no one has ever out-worked Kevin Ollie. Ollie spent four years at UConn, and graduated in 1995. The kid from Crenshaw High, who is now our beloved head coach, was the heart and soul of the UConn squad of the early-to-mid 90s. A natural leader and a true student of the game, Ollie played point guard along side UConn luminaries like Donyell Marshall and Ray Allen, and dished out 619 career assists.
Career Points: 825

Career Rebounds: 252

Career Assists: 619

Career Steals: 107

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Career Blocks: 7

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3rd Team Big East 1994-1995

  #9 Bob Staak– (1968-1971)
by Peter Bard

Bob Staak formed a dynamic, all-Robert backcourt combo with point guard Bobby Boyd, notching 1288 points in his career, good for 26th all-time. Staak led the team in scoring as a sophomore in 1968-69 after transferring in from St. John’s, and again as a senior in 1970-71. Staak was an assistant coach at UConn before stints as a head coach at Wake Forest and Xavier.

Career Points: 1288

Career Rebounds: 267

Career Assists: 94

Career Steals: Records not kept

Career Blocks: Records not kept

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1000 point club
Did not play freshman season


A-Z Tourney: Round 2 -- H vs. R

  • Team H (88%, 112 Votes)
  • Team R (12%, 15 Votes)

Total Voters: 127

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