While the 2014-15 Freshmen Mustangs posted a lackluster 8-17 record, there is much promise within the group for the future. Several of the freshmen worked out with the varsity for two weeks prior to the start of formal Freshmen practices and held their own with the upper-classmen. A few of the group were played out of what will become their normal JV-Varsity positions. Austin Schirmer was thrust into a big man spot that will be held down by Luke Flottman next season, moving Schirmer to a more natural wing, or shooting forward position. Expect Gabe Willett to be groomed as a point gurad in upcoming years and Bryce Donnelly who played point-guard for the freshmen to move off of the point and into an off-guard or wing position. Jack Howard and Trent Parker joined the team with the season already in progress. The team was led by Bryce Donnelly at 8.4ppg, while shooting 51% from the field. Zach Hamberg wasn't far behind at 7.9ppg while serving as our long-range specialist, where he hit on 42% of his 74 3-point
attempts. Donnelly (88) and Austin Schirmer (84) were our Chairmen of the Boards, combining for 172 rebounds between them. Donnelly led the team in rejections with 15, Schirmer blocked 13 shots. Donnelly led the team in steals and assists with 51 in each category. Gabe Willett shot 81% from the charity stripe to lead the squad in that department. Standing in and taking charges were Bryce Donnelly and Zach Hamberg - 6 each. Keller McGrath and Bradley Moore took two apiece and Trent Parker had one. As a team they shot 44.6% from the field, 56% from the line, and averaged 39.7ppg while holding their opponents to 42.8ppg.