34  Tre Cunningham
Tre Cunningham

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Greenville, S.C.

High School:
South Side

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 210

Position:
G

Major:
Arts and Sciences


2006-2007:Tre saw action in 16 games this season stating in 3 he averaged 2.8 points per game this season...In the first round of the America East playoffs he helped the Seawolves by putting up seven points of the teams 47 points... 2005-06: Saw action in all 28 games, starting in 13 contests, including 11 of the final 12 games . . . registered seven points and four rebounds in his collegiate debut at Villanova (11/18) . . . tallied six points, five rebounds, three assists at Hofstra (12/14) . . . erupted for 14 points and five rebounds at Wagner (12/30) . . . recorded career highs in points with 15 and rebounds with eight in the win over Colgate (1/2) . . . netted 13 points at Hartford (1/22) . . . scored 14 points on 6-11 shooting in a victory over UMBC (1/28) . . . tied a career-best 15 points against Albany (2/1) . . . tallied six points and pulled down eight rebounds at Vermont (2/8).

Prep School: Led Massanutten Military Academy (Woodstock, Va.) in scoring at an 18 ppg. clip in 2004-05 under veteran head coach Bruce Kritzer, who has a tremendous reputation of developing collegiate basketball talent . . . He shot 52 percent from the field and connected on 82 percent of his free throw attempts . . . Cunningham proved he can be a prolific scorer, as evidenced by his 39-point performance against the Pennsylvania junior varsity team, one of several 30-point games last season . . . He is the son of former NFL tight end Bennie Cunningham who had a 10-year NFL career with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

High School: Averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game as a senior under head coach Louie Golden . . . earned all-county and all-conference honors . . . played in the North-South State All-Star game . . . also lettered in football.

Paw Prints: Bennie (Tre) Cunningham . . . son of Harriet and Bennie Cunningham, Jr. . . brother of Candice.