Roo Item -- Closed out his career as the sixth most prolific scorer in school history, as he finished with 1,374 points in a school record 118 games... ranks first in free throw percentage (.844), third in three-point field goals (219), seventh in field goals made (453), seventh in double figure scoring contests (58), eighth in three-point field goal percentage (.386), minutes (2850) and free throws made (249), ninth in steals (118), 10th in rebounds (400) and 10th in career starts (73)... scored in double figures in 58 career games, which included 23 contests with 20 or more points.
2008-09 -- Honorable mention all-Summit League selection... led the team with a 15.3 scoring average, while shooting .447 (143-320) from the field and .354 (52-147) from long range... made 89-0f-110 free throws to finish with a .809 free throw clip... also had a team-high 38 steals to go along with 3.6 rebounds per game... finished in double digits in 20-of-28 games on the year, which included eight games with 20 or more points... ranked seventh in The Summit League in free throw percentage (.809), eighth in scoring (15.3) and 11th in three-point field goals per game (1.9)... made three or more three pointers in nine games on the year... had five or more rebounds in seven contests... scored in double digits in 18-of-the-team’s-first-20 games... scored 14 points with four long balls at Kansas (11/16)... finished with 12 points and four boards in the road win at Wichita State (11/19)... became the ninth 1,000-point scorer in school history when he scored 17 points on 6-of-10 shooting in the win over Bradley (11/24)... netted 26 points on 8-of-16 shooting and 8-of-8 from the charity stripe vs. Richmond (11/25)... scored 17 points to go along with three steals in the win over Florida Gulf Coast (11/26)... finished with 16 points vs. Florida (11/30)... recorded his second career double-double when he finished with 29 points and 10 boards vs. Oakland (12/4)... made five three pointers and all eight of his free throws in the contest... followed it up with 28 points on 8-of-18 shooting (9-of-9 charity stripe) against IPFW (12/6)... finished with 16 points and nine rebounds at Loyola (Ill.) (12/13) and 14 points on 5-of-11 shooting at Northwestern (12/15)... scored 26 points vs. UTSA (12/22) and 34 points on 12-of-19 shooting vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/28)... named The Summit League Player of the Week on Dec. 29 after averaging 30 points, six boards, two steals and two assists in the two contests... netted 23 points on 9-of-14 shooting to go along with six boards at IUPUI (12/31)... finished with 15 points at Western Illinois (1/2), 20 points vs. Southern Utah (1/10), 19 points vs. South Dakota State (1/15) and 10 points vs. North Dakota State (1/17)... closed out the year with a 16-point outing vs. Oral Roberts (2/21) and a 14-point showing at Oakland (2/28)... became the school recordholder for most career games played with 118 in his final collegiate contest at Oakland... named a semifinalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award, which is one of the most prestigious honors in college athletics... the award is based on the Four C’s of classroom, character, community and competition... recipient of UMKC's Lee Hunt Award, which is presented annually to a basketball student-athlete who demonstrates academic ability, moral character and leadership... named to the Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
2007-08 -- Second team all-Summit League selection... played in 30-of-32 games on the year, which included 24 starts... led the team with a 17.1 scoring average and tied for the team-high with 4.8 rebounds per game... shot .462 (168-364) from the floor, .451 (79-175) from long range and .867 (98-113) from the charity stripe... also had a team-high 38 steals, 36 assists and one block... ranked 17th in the NCAA in three-point field goal percentage, 23rd in free throw percentage, 81st in three-point field goals per game and 97th in scoring... led The Summit League in free throw percentage, ranked third in three-point field goal percentage, fifth in three-point field goals made, sixth in scoring, tied for ninth in steals, 12th in offensive rebounds, 14th in field goal percentage, 15th in rebounding and 23rd in minutes... finished the season with the second best free throw percentage (.867), the third best three-point field goal percentage (.451) and the 10th most three-point field goals (79) in a single season in school history... finished in double figures in 24 games on the year, which included 12 games with 20 or more points... made three or more three pointers in 12 games on the season... scored 27 points on 9-of-16 shooting (6-of-10 long range) at Northern Arizona (11/17)... finished with 22 points and eight rebounds vs. Arkansas Tech (11/24)... scored 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting (5-of-8 long range) vs. Florida Atlantic (11/26)... scored a career-high 40 points in just 28 minutes of play on 12-of-17 shooting at Oakland (12/6)... he made 7-of-9 three pointers and 9-of-9 free throws in the game... the 40-point game is tied for the fifth highest scoring output in school history... followed it up with 35 points on 14-of-20 shooting (3-of-6 long range) at IPFW (12/8), which is tied for the ninth highest single game output in UMKC history... was named the Mid-Majority Baller of the Week after scoring the 75 points in the two road games... had 19 points and eight rebounds vs. Loyola Chicago (12/22)... netted 18 points to go along with nine boards at Central Arkansas (12/29)... finished with 21 points on 6-of-13 shooting vs. Western Illinois (1/5)... tallied his first career and UMKC's lone double-double on the season with his 21-point, 10 rebound game in the win over Southern Utah (1/12)... finished with 20 points at South Dakota State (1/17) and 23 points on 8-of-16 shooting at North Dakota State (1/19)... netted 29 points on 10-of-17 shooting (4-8 long range) and grabbed eight rebounds vs. Centenary (1/26)... finished with 13 points at Western Illinois (1/31) after going down with an ankle injury... missed the IUPUI game (2/2), saw limited action at Southern Utah (2/9)... scored 22 points vs. South Dakota State (2/16)... netted 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds vs. IPFW (2/28)... closed out the year with a 15-point output vs. Oakland (3/1) and a 16-point showing vs. IUPUI (3/8) at The Summit League Championship... recipient of UMKC's Lee Hunt Award, which is presented annually to a basketball student-athlete who demonstrates academic ability, moral character and leadership... named to the Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
2006-07 -- Played in all 32 games on the season... among the starting five in 20 games... third on the team with a 9.6 scoring average... shot .371 (102-275) from the floor and .353 (60-170) from three-point range... the 60 three-point makes were eighth most in the Mid-Con... also averaged 3.2 rebounds per game and had 31 steals and 22 assists... made at least one three pointer in 26-of-32 games... made three or more treys in nine games on the season... scored in double figures in 11 games, which included four games with 20 or more points... scored 22 points on 7-of-13 shooting vs. Baker (11/15)... six of his eight makes were from three-point range... finished with 26 points at Central Michigan (11/19) on 9-of-18 shooting... netted 28 points on 9-of-20 shooting at IUPUI (1/18)... grabbed a career-high eight rebounds vs. Valparaiso (1/25)... scored in double-figures in three straight games from Feb. 10 through Feb. 17... scored a career-high 31 points at Centenary (2/10) on 10-of-17 shooting... scored 19 points over the final eight minutes of the contest... also had a career-high five steals vs. the Gents... netted 10 points vs. Oakland (2/15) and 14 points vs. IUPUI (2/17)... finished in double digits in both games of the Mid-Con Tournament... scored 17 points against Valparaiso (3/4) and 11 points vs. Oakland (3/5)... named to the Mid-Con Winter/Spring Academic all-Conference team and to the Mid-Continent Conference Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence... recipient of the Dr. Henry A. Mitchell/People-to-People Award, which is given to a basketball student-athlete that exemplifies qualities of friendship, enthusiasm, sportsmanship and humanitarianism.
2005-06 -- Saw action in all 28 games, which included five starts... one of two Kangaroos to play in every game... averaged 4.5 points and two rebounds per game... shot .333 (40-120) from the floor, .368 (28-76) from three-point range and .864 (19-22) from the charity stripe... third on the team with 28 three-point makes on the season... made his first career start vs. Wichita State (12/17), where he scored seven points and grabbed five rebounds... recorded first double figure scoring output vs. Eastern Illinois (12/30) as he tallied 12 points on four three-pointers... played a career-most 35 minutes vs. IUPUI (1/12)... finished with 11 points on 3-of-6 shooting in victory over Southern Utah (2/18)... had career-highs in points (14) and rebounds (6) at Western Illinois (2/25) in the regular season finale... named to the Mid-Con Winter/Spring Academic all-Conference team.
High School -- Averaged 25.7 points, 13.8 rebounds and 6.17 assists in 35 games in 2004-05 for Warrenton (Mo.) Christian High School... team posted a 30-3 record... named to St. Louis Post-Dispatch all-metro honorable mention team... helped lead team to Missouri Christian Schools Athletic Association Class 2A state championship in 2003-04... a three-time Missouri Class 1A all-state player... holds school single-game records for points (55), three-point field goals made (11), rebounds (23), assists (14) and blocks (12)... also holds school career records for points (3,248), rebounds (1,545), three-point field goals made (312), steals (447) and blocks (303).
Personal -- Born on Aug. 9, 1986... son of Craig and Beverly Brumagin... majoring in business administration.
Points: 40 at Oakland, 12/6/07
Rebounds: 10 (twice)
FGM: 14 at IPFW, 12/8/07
FGA: 21 at Central Arkansas, 12/29/07
3FGM: 7 at Oakland, 12/6/07
3FGA: 12 (twice)
FTM: 9 (twice)
FTA: 10 vs. IPFW, 2/28/08
Assists: 4 (twice)
Steals: 5 at Centenary, 2/10/07
Blocks: 2 (twice)
Minutes: 39 vs. UTSA, 12/22/08