Men's Basketball

#10
 Courtney Stanley
Courtney  Stanley

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pa.

High School:
Roman Catholic

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 173

Position:
G

12/20/2011

Ramblers Look For Fourth Consecutive Victory, Visit Canisius Thursday

Loyola at Canisius Game Notes

12/18/2011

Surging Loyola Hosts Rockhurst In Final Home Non-Conference Game Of 2011-12

Loyola vs. Rockhurst Game Notes

12/15/2011

Loyola Looks For Back-To-Back WIns When It Hosts Chicago State Saturday

Loyola vs Chicago State Game Notes

12/10/2011

Injuries Continue To Plague Depleted Loyola Roster

Ramblers to play without Gibler and Crisman

12/06/2011

Ramblers Ready For Wednesday's Showdown With DePaul

Loyola vs. DePaul Game Notes

2010-11: Started 24 contests and led the team with 102 total assists...Loyola went 12-2 when he had more assists than turnovers...the Rambler went 4-2 when he scored in double figures...hit 29 of his final 38 (.763) free throws on the road...after opening the year 17 for 32 (.531) from the foul line, sank 35 of his final 38 (.729)...became more of a scoring threat at the end of the season, averaging 11.0 ppg, to go with 4.0 rpg, 2.6 apg and 1.2 spg, over the final five contests of the year...tossed in 10 points in a home loss to Valparaiso and in a road win at Texas-Pan American...had nine points, six assists and only one turnover in a victory at Youngstown State...chipped in 13 points, four boards, four assists and a pair of steals in a home win over city rival UIC...hit a three-pointer at the buzzer in overtime to lift Loyola to a 67-66 victory at UIC...finished that contest with 13 points and the buzzer beater was the top play of the day on ESPN's SportsCenter...pumped in 10 points versus Saint Peter's in a BracketBusters contest...scored a season-high 15 points and added seven boards, three assists and a steal, in arguably his finest performance of the year, to lead Loyola to a win at Valparaiso...averaged 7.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg and 3.5 apg in a pair of meetings with Butler...contributed 9.3 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 3.6 apg and 1.3 spg in Loyola's final eight wins of the season.

2009-10: Started all 30 games at point guard and posted the highest total assists (140) by a Rambler since David Bailey in 2002-03 (158 assists)...ranked second in the Horizon League with 4.7 apg...Loyola went 10-2 when he shot 50 percent or better from the field...scored in double figures on eight occasions and the Ramblers went 5-3 in those contests...posted 7.1 ppg, but shot 59 percent (36 for 61) from the field in the team's 14 wins, compared to 5.8 ppg and 27 percent (27 for 100) in its losses...handed out 12 assists, the most by a Rambler since 2000, while committing only one turnover, in the home opener against Canisius...recorded his first career double-double with 10 points and 11 assists, to go with four rebounds, in a win at Holy Cross...over the first three games, totaled 24 assists and only seven turnovers...notched 13 points and six boards in a road win at Milwaukee...hit one of the more memorable shots in recent Loyola history when he drained a three-pointer from halfcourt, while falling out of bounds at the buzzer, to provide the winning margin in a 68-65 win at Bradley...hauled in a career-high eight rebounds in a home loss to Detroit...averaged 14.0 ppg and 6.5 apg in two games versus Youngstown State...tallied a career-best 18 points and dished out nine helpers in an overtime victory over Youngstown State...had 10 points and eight assists in a home win versus UIC...in the regular-season finale versus Green Bay, accounted for 14 points, seven assists, six boards and a pair of steals...shot 48 percent (34 for 71) from the field at home, as opposed to 32 percent (29 for 90) away from the Gentile Center.

2008-09: Saw action in 30 games and made one start...made his first career start at home against Cleveland State...played 14 minutes and dished out four assists, to no turnovers, while adding three rebounds and a blocked shot in a victory over Georgia at the NIT Season Tip-Off...scored his first career points at No. 11 Purdue in the NIT Season Tip-Off...handed out four assists and added two points and a pair of rebounds versus Alcorn State...came off the bench to produce a season-high nine points, along with three rebounds and a pair of assists, against Bradley...dealt five assists and committed only one turnover, while adding two points, two rebounds and a pair of steals versus Milwaukee in the Horizon League Championship...averaged 3.3 ppg, 1.8 rpg and 2.3 apg in the final four contests of the season...had only 11 points in his first 20 appearances of the year, but totaled 13 points over the final four games of the season...shot 53 percent (8 for 15) from the field at home.

High School: As a senior, averaged 10 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals per game...during his junior campaign, contributed 10 ppg and 8 rpg, while leading his team to the Catholic League Championship...two-time All-Catholic League selection...named all-city as a senior...helped lead Roman Catholic to the 2007 Alhambra title...first Loyola recruit from Pennsylvania in the post-World War II era...high school coach was Dennis Seddon...played AAU ball for Positive Image.

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