15  D.J. Munir
D.J. Munir

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Providence, R.I.

High School:
Bishop Hendricken/Bridgton Acamdemy (Maine)

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 175

Position:
G

Birthdate:
09/03/1981

Nickname:
D.J.


11/22/2013

Jackson's career-high 36 points not enough in shootout loss to Toledo

Senior point guard ties program's Div. I record for points in a single game.

2003-04: Totaled 12 points, four assists and three rebounds in the win over Dartmouth (11/21) . . . led the team with 12 points, shooting 6-8 from the free throw line. Also snatched three rebounds and two steals against the Utah Utes (11/23) . . . shot 5-7 from the free throw line scoring a team-high 15 points. Also added six assists and grabbed three steals versus St. John's (11/29) . . . went 11-18 from the floor leading the team with 26 points . . . Also added five rebounds, two assists and two steals in the win over Army (12/11) . . . posted a team-high 27 points, shooting 9-15 from field, in the win over Hofstra (12/13) . . . grabbed two steals and went 10-17 from the floor scoring a team-high 31 points versus Columbia (12/20) . . . went 7-9 from the floor scoring a team-high 19 points against Boston College (12/23) . . . recorded 13 points, two rebounds and three assists versus Brown (12/30) . . . scored a team-high 18 points, adding three rebounds, three assists and two steals against Northeastern (1/2) . . . posted seven points versus Maine (1/4) . . . turned in eight points against UMBC (1/7) . . . registered 16 points, five rebounds and three assists versus New Hampshire (1/11) . . . pulled down three rebounds and led the team with 19 points against Vermont (1/14) . . . turned in a team-high 20 points versus Hartford (1/17) . . . posted eight points, six rebounds, and five assists in the win over Albany (1/21) . . . netted 11 pionts and grabbed six rebounds versus Binghamton (1/25) . . . collected five rebounds, three assists and 14 points against Boston University (1/28) . . . handed out five assists, four steals, and led the team with 18 points versus Vermont (2/11) . . . posted eight points and five assists in the win over Hartford (2/14) . . . pulled down seven rebounds, scored a game-high 31 points and contributed three assists in win vs. Albany. He became the fifth player in school history to reach the 1,500-point plateau (2/18) . . . scored 14 points and handed out three assists versus Binghamton (2/22)... Posted 8 points,7 rebounds,6 assists vs Boston University(2/26) . . . tallied 18 points, 10 rebounds and three steals against New Hampshire (2/29) . . . led the team with 16 points and five rebounds versus UMBC (3/5) . . . posted 14 points, four rebounds, and three assists in the win over Boston University (3/6).

2002-03: Scored 23 points and had four rebounds to lead SB to a win over Hofstra, its first win over Hofstra since 1985 (12/21) . . . went 7-14 from the floor and finished with 20 points in loss to Seton Hall (12/31). . . Noteworthy: Named America East Player of the Week (12/23) . . . scored 11 points against Vermont (1/5) . . . recorded 10 points and five rebounds vs. Hartford (1/8) . . . scored 17 points and handed out four assists at Binghamton (1/11) . . . poured in 25 points to propel SB to win over Maine (1/26) . . . netted 11 points and six assists against Centenary College (1/28) . . . scored a team high 23 points to lead Stony Brook in the win over New Hampshire. Also recorded four assists, while going four for five on the free-throw line (2/2) . . . Recorded 14 points, four assists, and four rebounds for the win over Northeastern (2/5) . . . netted 14 points, five rebound and four assists versus Vermont (2/8) . . . turned in an incredible 35-point, nine rebound and six assist effort as Stony Brook earned a 73-67 win over Boston Univ.(2/11) Munir's trey with 10:23 left in the game gave him 1,000 points for his career, becoming the 18th player in school history to reach the 1,000-point plateau. . . notchd second straight 30-point performance, knocking down 30 points and handing out four assists at Albany (2/14) . . . scored 15 points in loss at Hartford (2/19) . . . netted 11 points at Maine (2/23) . . . Tallied 31 points and collected six reboundsin the win over Binghamton (2/26) . . . scored 20 points and grabbed a team-highs seven rebounds versus New Hampshire (3/2) . . . Had 16 points and 3 assists against Hartford during the America East playoff game (3/9) . . . Noteworthy: D.J. was named second team All-Conference at the tournament banquet on March 8. It was the second straight year that he earned second team honors.

2001-02: Scored 13 second-half points to finish with a team-high 15 points at St. John's (11/17) . . . turned in one of the most impressive games in Stony Brook basketball history by scoring 36 points on 13 of 23 shooting, including 5 of 10 from three-point range. The 36-point barrage equalled the sixth-best single-game scoring performance in school history, matching Tom Blumbergs 36-point effort against Jersey City State in 1988. It was also the most points scored by any player in a single game since SB moved to the Division I level in 1998-99 . . . scored team-high 19 points in loss to Yale (11/23) . . . netted game-high 22 points against Binghamton in the second round of the Red Auerbach Colonial Classic (11/24) . . . scored 12 points in loss to Rutgers (11/28) . . . scored 17 points, grabbed six rebounds and had five assists at Harvard (12/1) . . . scored a game-high 21 points, grabbed five rebounds and handed out five assists in victory over Cleveland State (12/4) . . . totaled 13 points and a team-high seven rebounds at Hofstra (12/8) . . . recorded 15 points and six assists at Army (12/13) . . . scored game-high 23 points and pulled down six rebounds in loss to Brown (12/22) . . . led team with 16 points against Brown (12/29) . . . dished out six assists at Vermont (1/2) . . . scored team-high 17 points to go along with six rebounds and four assists to lead SB to comeback win over Maine (1/6) . . . notched 11 points and had a team-high six assists versus Northeastern 1/10) . . . netted a team-high 11 points and grabbed four rebounds against Boston University (1/12) . . . achieved the following team-highs in scoring wih 24 points, seven rebounds, six assists, and four steals in win over Binghamton (1/15) . . . netted a team-high 27 points and had four boards against New Hampshire (1/18) . . . netted a team-high 22 points and had five assists against Vermont (1/24) . . . notched team-highs with 21 points, five assists and two steals versus Hartford (1/26) . . . netted a team-high 28 points, grabbed six boards and had four assists in loss versus Albany (2/2). . .recorded nine points and four assists in game against New Hampshire(2/8). . .scored 11 points, including the game winning three pointer with 1:28 left, and registered five boards and two assist in game versus Maine(2/10) . . .registered 12 points and seven assists in game against Hartford(2/15). . .totaled 13 points, and set career high in assists and steals with 14 and 8 in win over Northeastern(2/17) . . . netted 15 points and had a team-high eight assists against Boston University (2/21) . . . netted a team-high 21 points, four assists and grabbed six rebounds in loss against Vermont in the quarterfinals of the America East Tournament (3/4) Noteworthy: Named second team All-Conference at season's end.

2000-01: Recorded five points, six rebounds and four assists in collegiate debut at No. 19 St. John's (11/18) . . . recorded first double-figure scoring effort with 11against New England College (11/21) which began a streak of four straight games in which he scored double figures: Hofstra (10), New Hampshire (12) and Army (10) . . .had nine points, five boards and three assists versus No. 19 Maryland (12/9) . . . registered season-high 16 points and three rebounds in overtime win over Columbia (12/9) . . . had eight points and six assists at Maryland-Eastern Shore (12/13) . . . turned in an outstanding game for the upset-minded Seawolves against Rutgers with 18 points and five assists on 7-of-10 shooting, including three three-pointers (12/16) . . . shot 50 percent from the floor to score a game-high 19 points en route to a win over Texas-Arlington (12/23). Also handed out three assists and grabbed four rebounds in the win . . . had seven points, five rebounds and three assists at No. 10 Connecticut (12/28) . . . handed out season-high eight assists versus Elon (12/30) . . . equalled his career-high with a team-high 19 points against Rider. Finished with six assists in that game (1/3) . . . was absolutely sensational in recording his first collegiate double-double with 16 points and 10 assists to spark Stony Brook to an upset over Navy (1/6). The game capped a three-game stretch where Munir averaged eight assists per game . . . connected for 10 points and had four rebounds at Cleveland State (1/8) . . . went 6-for-7 from the field and finished with 15 points in Binghamton win (1/13) . . . scored 14 points and handed out four assists to lead Seawolves to victory over Brown (1/24) . . . went 4-6 from the field to finish with 16 points and dished out a game-high six assists at Albany (1/27) . . .had nine points and a game-high seven assists in Cornell win (1/29) . . . reached double-figures with 15 points and five assists on 6-for-12 shooting in Loyola victory (2/5) . . . knocked out of Albany game with cheekbone injury in first half (2/13) . . . scored 12 points and pulled down a season-high eight rebounds in loss to Lafayette (2/19). Went over the 100-assist mark for the season . . . recorded 14 points, dished out five assists and had four steals versus Binghamton (2/24) . . . hit for 10 points at Army (2/27)

Noteworthy: D.J. was moved to the point guard position in preseason from the shooting guard spot .

Bridgton Academy: Averaged 13 points, six rebounds and four assists per game last year while shooting 40 percent from the floor.

High School: Earned Second-Team All-State honors as a junior and First-Team All-State honors as a senior . . . led team in scoring rebounding and assists during senior season.

Paw Prints: Dawud Munir Jr. . . . born September 3, 1981 . . . son of Kimberly and Dawud Munir . . . brother of Jaimaal . . . favorite sports figure: Ray Allen . . . favorite movie: Clue


Munir: Year by Year
Year   G-GS    Min   FG-A    FG%   3ptFG   3pt%   FT-A    FT%   O-Reb  RPG   Ast   St   Blk   Pts   PPG
03-04  30-30  1090  159-412  .386  56-173  .324   86-111 .775  10-110  3.7    88   45    3    460   15.3
02-03  20-18   666  111-263  .422  38-106  .358   87-98  .888  12-83   4.2    53   21    4    347   17.4
01-02  28-28  1028  161-429  .375  54-159  .340  106-122 .869  19-114  4.1   119   48    6    482   17.2
00-01  28-27   915  102-231  .442  31-95   .326   66-81  .815   7-86   3.3   112   36    7    301   10.8
Total 106-103 3699  533-1335 .399 179-533  .336  345-412 .837  48-393  3.7   372  150   20   1590   15.0