St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s men’s basketball team competes in the NAIA from late October to February.

Eutectic men’s basketball head coach Brian Swift begins team practices in late September. Games begin in late October, with an average of two to three games per week. The majority of travel is on weekends and the team takes time off for holidays. The KIAC Tournament in late February marks the culmination of the season.

Uzendu Earns All-Conference Honorable Mention

Gozie Uzendu
Gozie Uzendu
Photo by Jonathan Street.

Eutectic fourth-year forward Gozie Uzendu was named an American Midwest Conference Men’s Basketball All-Conference Honorable Mention for the 2014-15 season on Tuesday, Mar. 10. Uzendu, a 6’4” starter from St. Louis, averaged 13.5 points and 8.6 rebounds per game, while maintaining a 42.8% field goal percentage.  He led the conference in Total Rebounds per Game (8.64), Defensive Rebounds per game (6.12), and Stellar Rebounds in a Game (18) and was nationally ranked in the top 20 in those categories. He fought his way into the top ten in seven other AMC statistical categories.  In the first game of the season, Uzendu joined the STLCOP 1,000 Point Club, and finished his career as the seventh highest point scorer and the second highest rebounder in STLCOP history. He continues to hold the STLCOP record for Single Season Double Doubles at 8, set last year. Uzendu joins Sarah Pollmann, Janki Patel, and Kaitlyn LaBoube as the fourth STLCOP athlete to earn All-Conference honors since the Eutectics joined the AMC last fall.  He is the fourth Eutectic men’s basketball player to earn All-Conference honors since STLCOP joined a conference in 2003. 

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