Kevin Stacom
    Kevin Stacom

    High School:
    Holy Cross (N.Y.)

    Last College:
    Providence '74

    Height / Weight:
    6-5 / 185


    Providence College Remembers Marvin Barnes

    Former Friar will always be regarded as one of the greatest.


    Joe Hassett, Kevin Stacom And Tracy Lis Become Friar Legends Forever

    The three former Friars had their jerseys put into the rafters at halftime on Saturday.


    Women's Basketball Game Notes vs. Marquette

    Friars and Golden Eagles tip-off at 8 p.m. (ET) on Jan. 21 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


    Women's Basketball Game Notes vs. Georgetown

    Friars will host the Hoyas on January 15 at Alumni Hall for a 7 p.m. tip-off.


    Women's Basketball Game Notes vs. Creighton

    Friars host the Bluejays on Saturday, January 11 at Alumni Hall.

    Listing Kevin Stacom as Ernie DiGregorio's backcourt mate unfairly undervalues the career of one of PC's greatest guards. A transfer from the school that gave the Friars Joe Mullaney (Holy Cross), Stacom was a two-time Defensive Player of the Year. He was also one of the most consistent and effective shooters ever at PC, netting a .527 career field goal percentage, tops among guards. He was a Second Team All-American as a senior who played in the 1973 World University Games. He took over the Friar offense as a senior after DiGregorio graduated.

    Stacom was a second round draft choice of the Boston Celtics in 1974. He played six seasons (1974-1979; 1981-1982) in the NBA as a member of the Celtics, Indiana Pacers, and Milwaukee Bucks. He averaged 5.1 points per game in his career and won a league championship with Boston in 1976.