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Maurice McAfee 6'0 175 G


1999-2000: Team co-captain. Led the team in scoring with 15.1 ppg. (13th in the Atlantic 10), assists at 4.2 per game (sixth in the Atlantic 10), three-point field goals made (fourth in the Atlantic 10 at 2.7 per game) and the entire Atlantic 10 in free-throw percentage at 82.4 percent. Sscored in double-figures in a team-high 27 games, including each of the last 15 games. Scored a career-high 27 points on the strength of a career-high and school record-tying seven three-pointers versus St. Bonaventure in the A-10 Tournament. Earned Atlantic 10 Conference Co-Player-of-the-Week honors after scoring a team-high 17 points against Cincinnati. Was Xavier’s "iron man" last season, leading the team in minutes played at 35.2 per game, which was 2.7 minutes per game more than any other Xavier player.

1998-99: Played in all 36 games and won Xavier’s "Most Improved Player" Award. Was fifth on the team in scoring (8.2 ppg.) and third in assists (2.5 apg.). Ranked fifth in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio in A-10 games only at 1.83-to-1.00. Scored in double figures 14 times, including 13 points in the first round NIT win at Toledo and 14 points in the second round win over Wake Forest. Topped those efforts with 17 points in the win over Oregon in the NIT at Madison Square Garden. Was the hero of the season-opening win at Butler, connecting for a game-high 20 points in 23 minutes off the bench.

1997-98: played in 28 games, including each of the last 13 games.

High School: Named First Team "Class "B" All-State by the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press and averaged 21.0 points, 4.3 rebounds and 6.8 assists a game as a senior. First Team "Dream Team" selection two years in a row by the Saginaw News.


One of the best point guards in the Atlantic 10. He has shown the ability to score, defend, and distribute the ball during his time at Xavier. In his final year when he no longer had to be the focal point of the offense he has proven himself to be a very solid point guard. With what he has done in his time at college he can easily play in the IBL, IBA, ABA 2000, or overseas.