#4 Mark Konecny
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6'9" 235 lbs Forward
HS: Holy Cross Southbury, CT
Born: 3/9/1983 New Haven, CT
Season Stats
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2001-02
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Mark Konecny was a reserve forward for one season for Syracuse basketball.

Konecny was a highly touted and recruited player out of high school, with smooth moves to the basket on a big 6'9" frame. He was named the Gatorade State Player of the Year for Connecticut his senior season when he averaged 24.8 points per game and 11 rebounds.

Konecny would play two games at Syracuse, before leaving school in November due to academic and personal problems. He would then start a cycle of transferring to multiple schools. In the from 2002 to 2003 he transferred to University of Central Florida, Iona, and the College of South Idaho. Finally, he ended up at Yavapai Community College in Arizona for the 2003-04 season where he played his sophomore season.

Konecny would transfer again, this time to Lambuth University in Tennessee. In the 2004-05 season, he would start and play 12 games for Lambuth, scoring 146 points, averaging 12.2 ppg, and 7.6 rebounds. As a senior in 2005-06, he would play 13 games (starting 7), scoring only 48 points, averaging 3.7 ppg, and 6.1 rebounds. Both seasons were truncated due to injuries.

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