20 Pat Joseph
20 Pat Joseph
Birth Date: 06/07/1985
Height: 6-4
Weight: 211
Year: Senior
Hometown: Queens, NY
High School: Springfield Gardens
Position: F

NOTABLES Described as a blue collared worker that comes ready to work hard every day ... Will be expected to lead the team in rebounding as well as a major scoring contributor ... Has logged lots of on-court experience and will be relied upon for maturity and leadership.

Joseph 2009-10 Followed up an impressive rookie campaign with a career-year, playing in 22 games and starting in all but one of the contests ... Logged 628 minutes to rank third among teammates ... Averaged a career-high 28.5 minutes per game ... Ranked second in the Little East Conference (LEC) averaging a team high 7.4 rebounds per game and 13.7 points a night which ranked second on the Beacons and 10th overall in the LEC ... Finished the season with a team-high 302 points ... Recorded five double-doubles on the year and scored in double digits on 15 occasions to lead the team ... Over a four game span from Dec. 5 through Dec. 12, averaged 18.5 points a game ... Recorded a career-high in points (25) against Rhode Island College on Dec. 12 when he shot .714 percent from the floor (10-14) ... On Jan. 7 against Tufts, tied a career-high playing 36 minutes while recording one of his five double-doubles with 19 points and 11 rebounds ... Notched a .586 shooting percentage on the year to rank first on the squad, third overall in the LEC and third all-time in UMass Boston history ... Collected 19 blocks to rank second among teammates and sixth overall in the LEC ... Ended the season with 30 made free throws ranking fourth on the team ... Registered a career-high 40 steals which was good for second on the team and ranked fourth in the LEC.

2008-09 One of just two players on the team to play in all 26 games ... Led the Beacons and ranked third among Little East Conference leaders with 7.6 rebounds per game, while ranking 12th in the league with 12.0 points per outing ... Led the squad with 37 steals and placed sixth in the LEC with 1.42 steals per game ... Shot very well with a .528 (133-252) mark to lead the team and rank fifth in the conference and placed 10th in the LEC with 15 blocks ... Netted double digits in points on 17 occasions and posted eight double-doubles on the season ... Scored a season-high 24 points vs. University of Southern Maine on 9-11 from the floor on February 10 to start a stretch of five games to close out the campaign where he