2010-11: Scored five points in the season-opener against Dartmouth (11/13/10)...Recorded six points against Yale (11/15/10), while adding four rebounds and three steals...Grabbed six rebounds against Morgan State (11/18/10)...Scored 12 points versus Wyoming (11/24/10)...Recorded 13 points in the win over Central Conneticut (11/29/10)...Tallied nine points and six rebounds against Northeastern (12/1/10)...Scored 12 points against Boston College (12/8/10)...Registered eight points and three rebounds against Alabama (12/11/10)...Tallied eight points, five steals and three rebounds against Sacred Heart (12/21/10)...Scored seven points while adding two steals at No. 5/5 Syracuse (12/28/10)...Tallied nine points and four rebounds against St. John's (1/1/11)...Recorded 12 points, four steals and three rebounds against #5 Pittsburgh (1/4/11)...Tallied six points and eight rebounds against Rutgers (1/8/11)...Registered eight points and five rebounds against #8 Villanova (1/26/11)...Provided five points, five rebounds and five steals against Seton Hall (1/30/11)...Recorded eight points and four steals against USF (2/2/11)...Posted 19 points and six rebounds against #13 Georgetown (2/5/11)...Provided 17 points and seven rebounds against DePaul (2/17/11)...Tallied nine points, five assists, four rebounds and four steals against Cincinnati (2/19/11)...Registered eight points and five rebounds against #9 Notre Dame (2/23/11).
2009-10: Recorded five points, seven rebounds and three assists in collegiate debut versus Bryant (11/13/09)...Notched six points on two clutch 3-pointers against Bucknell (11/14/09)...Registered six points and three rebounds at Alabama (11/20/09)...Scored eight points and made four steals versus Vermont (11/24/09)...Posted eight points and made three steals against Louisville (1/6/10)...Scored nine points and grabbed three rebounds at DePaul (1/14/09)...Recorded 10 points and three rebounds against #19 Connecticut (1/27/10)...Scored seven points and made two steals at Cincinnati (1/30/10)...Made his first collegiate start versus #8/#8 West Virginia (2/17/10) and scored five points...Posted four points, four rebounds and four assists versus Seton Hall (3/6/10)...Recorded nine points and six rebounds against Seton Hall (3/9/10).
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Catholic Central High School and played for Head Coach TJ Carnige...Averaged 22 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals in 2009...Helped his team register a 17-5 mark...Earned All-State and All-Conference honors in 2009...Was a 2008 Brann's Holiday Basketball All-Tournament Team selection...Averaged 15 points, seven rebounds and six assists per game as a junior...Played for the Michigan Mustangs AAU team in 2007 and 2008.
Name: Murray Deshawn Mondy
Birthdate: December 2, 1990
Family: Son of Nicole Farmer and Murray Mondy. Has two brothers, Demarcus Farmer and Marques Mondy.
Favorite Teams: New York Yankees and Detroit Lions
Favorite Athlete: Tracy McGrady
Favorite Movie: Paid In Full, Above The Rim, Through The Fire
Favorite Food: Steak and chicken
Hobbies: Playing video games and hanging out with friends
Biggest Thrill In Sports: Tracy McGrady scoring 13 points and hitting game-winning three-pointer in 33 seconds
What I Would Like To Do After I Leave Providence: Continue to play basketball or own a business
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