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Members of the Brossart Mustangs 1,000 Point Club Assembled For Evan McDole's Induction On Thursday
Night, January 13th, 2005.  They are (L to R) Chris Ryan, Dave Farwick, Melvin Steffen, Mark Curthrell, Greg
Schwegmann, Kevin Steffen, Rodney Sendelbach, Brian Ficker, and Justin Seiter.
Absent - Tom Saelinger and Nick Moher.  Deceased - Nathan Seiter
Evan McDole became
The Thirteenth Member of
the Brossart Mustangs
1,000 Points Club On
Thursday Night, January
13th, 2005 When The
Brossart Mustangs hosted
Erlanger Lloyd.   He went
on to play college
baseball at NKU.
He was inducted into the
10th Region Hall of Fame
in 2010 and the Brossart
Sports Hall of Fame in
2015.
Nathan and Justin Seiter
Were Originally The Brossart Boys
Program's First Two Player
Representatives in the
10th Region Hall of Fame
Both Were Elected In Their First Year Of Eligibility
Nathan was inducted by Dave Schabell on
Tuesday, March 25th, 2003
Justin was inducted by Coach Willie Schlarman
on Tuesday, March 21st, 2006
Jacob Rieger became the fifteenth
Brossart player to join the Mustangs elite
1,000 Point Club.
He did so against Cooper on
January 12th, 2010

He finished his career with 1229 points
placing him sixth all-time.

Jake was elected the 2010
KABC 10th Region Player of the Year  -  
He is the first-ever Brossart player to be so
recognized.

He was inducted into the 10th Region Hall
of Fame in 2016 and the Bishop Brossart
Sports Hall of Fame in 2020.

He graduated from Hanover College
where he played three years (DL Junior
Year) of college basketball.
Justin Saunders, who graduated in the
spring of 2013, became the 16th
member of the St. Mary/Bishop
Brossart 1,000 Points Club on
Saturday, January 5th when he scored
30 points against Campbell County in
the Crosstown Classic.

Justin Saunders finished his career
with 1297 points, good enough for
5th Place on the all-time scorers list.

He was inducted into the 10th Region
Hall of Fame in the spring of 2019.
Coach Willie Schlarman, Mike Code
and Contributor Dave Schabell have
since joined Nathan, Justin Seiter,
Evan McDole, Troy Cooper and
Jacob Rieger in the 10th Region Hall
of Fame.
Schabell was inducted in the spring
of 2009 and joined by Coach
Schlarman in March of 2013 and
Mike Code in 2018.
On Friday, January 24th, 2014 Alex
Trentman became the fifth player in the
Mike Code era, and the 17th player in St.
Mary/Brossart history to score 1,000 points.

Alex finishes his career with 1137 points,
ranking him 11th overall on the Brossart
All-Time Scorers list.

He went on play college basketball at
Christian Brothers College, where he was a
starter and leading scorer his senior season.

Alex was elected to the 10th Region Hall of
Fame in his first year of eligibility in 2020.
PLAYER

Nathan Seiter

Dave Farwick

Brian Ficker

Ethan Eilerman

Greg Schwegmann

Justin Saunders

Evan McDole

Jacob Rieger

Chris Ryan

Mark Cuthrell

Kevin Steffen

Alex Trentman

Nick Moher

Justin Seiter

Melvin Steffen

Troy Cooper

Tom Saelinger

Rodney Sendelbach
POINTS

1779

1412

1410

1338

1322

1297

1273

1229

1227

1197

1157

1137

1130

1124

1081

1077

1057

1000
CAREER

1994-98

1971-75

1972-75

2016 -20

1967-70

2009-13

2001-05

2006-10

1998-01

1973-76

1988-91

2010-14

1996-99

1996-00

1965-69

2004-07

1982-85

1992-95
  Ethan Eilerman joined the ranks of
the Bishop Brossart 1,000 Points Club
rather unexpectedly on Monday,
January 6th, 2020 when he laid 34
points on the Pendleton County
Wildcats in Falmouth.  

 In doing so, Ethan became the 18th
player in our storied history, and sixth
during the Mike Code era to reach the
thousand points plateau.

 Ethan finished his career with 1,338
career points and ranks fourth among
all-time St. Mary/Bishop Brossart
scorers.    
Troy Cooper accomplished the feat of scoring 1,079
combined points on the freshmen, JV, and Varsity
levels while still a sophomore.  He  is the ONLY player
in Mustang history to accomplish this feat.     
Playing behind Evan McDole '05 limited his varsity
exposure until his junior season when he scored 446
points and then 575 points as a senior, while leading the
team both years.  He set school records for most
free-throws made and attempted during the 2006-07
season (171-237).
Troy finished his career with 1, 077 varsity points,
ranking him twelfth overall among Mustangs career
scorers.
Troy also holds school records as Varsity Soccer
Goal-Keeper and in Track for the Shot Put.  He
received a scholarship to the University of Cincinnati
for track.