#42 Michael Lusk
|HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)||Marietta, GA (North Cobb HS)|
2007-08 Season (Junior): Averaged 7.3 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game … played in 30 games, starting 23 … averaged 2.9 minutes per game … led team in steals (43, 1.43 per game) … Sixth on team in scoring (218, 7.3 points per game) … Fourth on team for field goal percentage (45.8%) … Led team in 3-point field goal percentage (40.0%) … Led team in assists (85) …. Had an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.4 (85 assists/62 turnovers) … Scored a season high 16 points three times (at MTSU Nov. 16; McNeese State Nov. 29; at FGCU Jan. 31) … Scored in double figures in ten games … Grabbed a season high nine rebounds against Campbell (March 1) … Had a season high seven assists at Marshall (Dec. 29) … Led the team in scoring three times … Led the team in rebounding once (Campbell, March 1) … Led the team in assists 12 times … Led the team in steals 16 times … Hit three 3-pointers twice (North Florida, Feb. 7; Purdue, Nov. 20) …Had season high four steals twice (Arkansas Tech, Dec. 3; McNeese State, Nov. 29) … Atlantic Sun Games: averaged 5.7 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game, played in 15 games, starting 9 … averaged 26.5 minutes per game … Second on team in 3-point field goal percentage (38.5%) … Led team with 24 steals …Assist to turnover ratio of 1.4 (38 assists/27 turnovers).
2006-07 Season (Sophomore): Played in 29 games, starting 25, including both games in the Atlantic Sun Tournament. ...Scored in double figures four times with a career-high and season-high 17 points against Mercer (Jan. 9). ...Also scored 12 points at Stetson (Feb. 3), 11 points against Nicholls State (Dec. 14) and 10 against Mercer March 1 in the A-Sun Tournament. ...Tied for the rebounding lead in two games with a season-high eight at Belmont Jan. 12 and six at Stetson Feb. 3. ...Season-high in both field goals made with seven and field goals attempted with 12 against Mercer Jan. 9. ...Made a season-high seven free throws at Stetson Feb. 3. ...Credited with four assists four times. ...Blocked on shot in a game six times. ...Twice made a season-high three steals, both against Stetson at home Jan. 7 and on the road Feb. 3. ...Twice made three 3-point field goals in a game (Nicholls State, Dec. 14; Mercer, Jan. 9).
2005-06 Season (Freshman): Season-high 15 points vs. Jackson State (Dec. 8,). ...Season-high 11 rebounds at North Florida (Jan. 9,). ...Made five field goals in game five times (vs Belmont Jan. 20,, at North Florida Jan. 29, at Jackson State Dec. 8,, at Kennesaw State Dec. 1. ...Made two 3-point field goals three times. ...Season-high five 3-point field goal attempts at East Tennessee (Dec. 3,). ...Made three free throws in a game three times. ...Made four free throw attempts twice. ...Four assists in a game three times. ...Two blocked shots at Belmont (Jan. 31). ...Season-high 36 minutes played at North Florida (Jan. 31). ...Only freshman on the team to play in all 32 games, started 10. ...Scored 11 points in his first start at Jacksonville (Jan. 7). ...Scored in double figures five times ...Recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds at North Florida (Jan. 9). ...Led team in scoring once with 15 points at Jackson State (Dec. 8,).
High School: As a senior averaged 20.2 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.0 assists. ...Also made 57-of-163 3-point attempts, a 35 percent success rate. ...Made 40 steals and blocked 18 shots. ...He was second in the county in scoring and sixth in rebounds. ...His 75.9 percent success rate from the free throw line was eighth best in the county. ...Named first team All-County in 2005. ...Won the 2005 Naismith Award from the Atlanta Tip-Off Club. ...McDonald[apos]s All-America nominee. ...Honorable mention All-State selection. ...In 2003 and 2004 made the Powerade Festival Invitational All-Tournament Team. ...Cobb County Tip-Off Club Player of the Month in 2004 and 2005. ...Named to the Cobb County Tip-Off Club All-County Second Team for the 2003-2004 season. ...Team awards include North Cobb High School Best Defensive Player (sophomore), North Cobb MVP (junior and senior), North Cobb Top Rebounder (senior). ...Played on the varsity team all four years. ...Scored 1,000 points in his high school career.Personal: Son of Michael Lusk, Sr.