Abdoulaye Harouna
Abdoulaye  Harouna

Niamey, Niger

High School:
South Kent (Conn.)

Last College:
Southern Idaho

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 178


Redshirted season.

Appeared in 30 games this season, making starts in 28 ... averaged 6.7 ppg and 2.4 rpg ... scored in double figures in seven games including back-to-back games on Jan. 14 and Jan. 17 ... notched a season-best 18 points against Northern Illinois (1/3) ... pulled down a season high six rebounds against Olivet College (12/29) ... scored 16 points against Bowling Green (2/25) ... shot 50 percent or better from beyond the arc in nine games ... had a season-best five steals against Bowling Green (2/25) ... scored 15 points in MAC Tournament First Round match at Western Michigan (3/6)

Played in all 33 games, making 18 starts ... his 33 game appearances tied a Miami single-season record ... averaged 5.4 ppg ... was second on the team shooting 34% from beyond the arc ... scored in double figures six times ... scored a season high 16 points hitting a season high four treys against Akron (2/23) ... in previous game at Ohio (2/20), he had scored a then season-high 15 points ... also knocked down four shots from behind the arc in MAC quarterfinals against Buffalo (3/10) ... pulled down a season high six rebounds against Akron (2/23).

Spent a year at the College of Southern Idaho ... earned honorable mention all-region honors ... following a 21-point performance that included six 3-pointers in the region title game and six treys in the previous game, was tabbed the MVP of the Region 18 Tournament ... played and started all 34 games ... spearheaded the Golden Eagles to a 31-3 mark and a No. 3 seed in the NJCAA Tournament ... averaged 9.6 ppg and led the Golden Eagles with 65 triples on the season.

Graduated from South Kent High School in Connecticut ... a two-time MVP of the all-star game in Niger ... participated in the Adidas Nations in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.

Born on December 12, 1992 ... speaks four languages (English, French, Hausa and Zarma) ... majoring in Public Health.