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Saints Add Guard Ryan Imhoff to Mens Basketball Recruits

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HELENA - Carroll College head men’s basketball coach Carson Cunningham announced the signing of 6-foot-6 guard and standout scholar Ryan Imhoff of Napa High School (Napa, CA).

Imhoff averaged 18.5 points per game while shooting 48-percent from the field for the Indians.  During the past two seasons at Napa High, he was named to Napa’s All-County Team.

“We’re thrilled to have Ryan join the Fighting Saints.  He’s had a stellar academic and athletic career thus far and we feel like his best is yet to come,” Cunningham said.

In all three seasons on varsity, Imhoff averaged double-figures in scoring and was voted Wine Valley Tournament MVP in 2013. He also shot over 40-percent from the three-point line.

Imhoff will join the Fighting Saints next season. In addition to his offensive prowess, he will offer coach Cunningham defensive flexibility as the lanky wing defended all-five positions during his high school career.

“Ryan has such a sweet stroke on his jumper, the grapes in Napa Valley are jealous.  He’s a fantastic rebounder and defender too.  We’re really excited to have him here,” Cunningham added.

Imhoff excelled in the classroom. He took 12 honors and advanced placement courses and his weighted GPA was a stellar 4.38.  The Napa product intends to major in chemistry and has designs on attending medical school in the future.

“Ryan ranks sixth out of nearly 400 students and his top-flight score [5] on the AP Chemistry exam makes him a natural fit for Carroll’s world-class science program,” Cunningham said.

The 2014-15 recruiting class is Cunningham’s first in earnest as he was hired in late May last year and led the Fighting Saints to a seven win improvement from their previous campaign.
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