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Shane Power


 Shane Power is a 6'5" forward/guard from Northwest Indiana. Shane went to Andrean High School, where he played four years of Varsity Basketball. As a freshman at Andrean, he averaged 16.7pts, 9.2 rebounds, 4 assists, and 1.8 steals. As a sophomore he averaged 21.7pts, 7.6 boards, 4.1 assists, 2.9 steals helping the team make it to the 3A semi-state. As a junior 24.6pts, 9 boards, 4assists, 3.5 steals while leading the team to the semi-state. And as a senior 26.4 points, 10.4 rebounds and 7 assists, while leading the '59ers to the championship game of the 3A state finals, where they finished 2nd. He won the Trester Mental Attitude award for class 3A and was part of the 3A All State Tourney team. He scored 2,110 points in his high school career to make him the all time leader in NW Indiana. He is in the top 20 of Indiana's all-time scoring leaders list. He was an Indiana all-star and was also a member of the Junior All-star year as a junior.

Shane played AAU summer basketball.  He played for a good team out of (I believe) Bloomington, before playing for SYF.  SYF was coahed by his uncle Wayne Brumm.   In 1999 his SYF team was the state runner-up in the senior to be age group.

Shane chose Iowa State University over Purdue and other schools that were recruiting him. During Shane’s freshman season at Iowa State, he averaged 4.7 pts and 3.8 rebounds.  During conference play he averaged 5.9 pts and 4.3 rebounds. Shane saw action in all of the Cyclones games. Shane scored 18pts on 5 of 6 shooting (4 of 4 from the 3pt line) in a win over Kansas. He finished his sophomore season and career at Iowa State  this past year.  He was the 3rd leading scorer, and was in the top 3 in many categories.  Shane left ISU and chose to go to Mississippi State. 


Shane playing in a game at Iowa State.   Shane in playing in another game for Iowa State



Shane and the rest of the cyclones watch as they lose to MO in 4Ots.


Jacob Swanner, Shane Power, Nathan Richie, Steve Drabyn

This was taken October 24, 1998 after they won the 18U division of USA hoops tourney.