2011-12: Started 24 games earning second-team all-AMCC honors after leading the Panthers in scoring and rebounding … his 15.2 points per game ranked eighth in the conference … pulled in 7.8 rebounds, fifth best in the league … shot 49 percent from the field … connected on 77 percent of his free throw attempts, the eighth-best mark in the AMCC … scored in double-figures in every game but five … led Pitt-Bradford with five double-doubles and was a rebound shy of doing so in five other contests … was the team’s leading scorer in 11 contests, the most by any player … had career-highs of 34 points and 21 rebounds in the team’s victory over Mount Aloysius on Jan. 10 … posted 23-point outings against both Penn State Altoona (Jan. 7) and D’Youville (Jan. 19) … collected 17 rebounds in the team’s first meeting with D’Youville on November 30 … hit 10 or more free throws in two separate games.
2010-11: Appeared in all 26 games, making 20 starts and ranking third in scoring with 12.7 points per game … averaged 17.2 points over the team’s final 16 games … reached double figures in 16 of the team’s final 17 games … had five games of 20 or more points … shot 51 percent from the floor, the seventh best mark in the AMCC … connected on 70 percent of his free throw tries and ranked second in made attempts (75) … second overall-leading rebounder on the team with 114 … averaged 4.4 boards per game, including 6.1 over the second half of the season … poured in a career-high 29 points against Hilbert on 13 of 20 shooting … posted a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds against Wittenberg … connected on a career-high 10 free throws versus Mount Aloysius … recorded five assists against Medaille.
2009-10: Started 18 of the 28 games he saw action in averaging 6.1 points … shot 44 percent from the field … hit 65 percent of his free throw attempts … sixth in total rebounding with 81 … had a season-best 16 points and 10 rebounds versus Hilbert on five of 10 shooting, including six of eight from the charity stripe … logged six games with 10 or more points … scored 14 points against D’Youville while shooting six of seven from the floor.
High School: A third-team all-state selection ... finished with 1,228 career points ... two-time Progessland Player of the Year.
Personal: The son of Doug and Wanda Ferguson ... has two siblings, Tim and Trenton ... a criminal justice major.