Kreuer Becomes Next Signee to Come Home, Inks with ‘Roos
UMKC Athletics 5-15-2013
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(Kansas City, Mo.) – UMKC men’s basketball added another Kansas City area product on Wednesday with the signing of big man Isaac Kreuer. A 6-10 forward/center, he spent his last season at Impact Basketball Academy, after playing for Metro Academy during his high school career.

“We are very fortunate and extremely excited to add Isaac to our family,” UMKC Head Coach Kareem Richardson said of his fourth signee, “He brings immediate depth to our team in the front court with his size and skill set.”

Isaac Kreuer

6-10 * 245 * Forward/Center * Freshman

Harrisonville, Mo. * Impact Basketball Academy (Nev.) * Metro Academy

Played in the Impact Basketball Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada, during his post-high school season in order to prepare for the next level… Previous to that, he played his high school ball at Kansas City Metro Academy, in a homeschool league for head coach Robin Sullivan… While there he was ranked as one of the top homeschool players in the nation, garnering All-American honors as both a junior and a senior… As a senior, he averaged 19.7 points, 12.3 rebounds, 2.6 blocks and 1.5 assists per contest… As a junior he led the Mavericks to a regional title and an appearance in the national Elite 8… During his sophomore season he was an all-region selection as well… In the AAU ranks, he played for the Pumas in Kansas City for head coach Scott Wedman.

Kreuer joins Martez Harrison (Brewster Academy/University Academy), Frank Williams, Jr. (Indian Hills C.C./Raytown H.S.) and Shayok Shayok (Bradley/Ottawa, Ontario) as part of Richardson’s first signing class.

Season tickets for the 2013-14 men’s basketball campaign are on sale now. For more details and to become a ‘Roos season ticket holder, visit the men’s basketball ticket information page or call the UMKC ticket office at (816) 23-KCTIX

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