Career Highlights: Finished career as Jasper’s all-time leading scorer (2,160 points). Named MAAC Player of the Year and MAAC Tournament MVP as a junior and senior. A three-time All-MAAC First Team selection. Became first player to win consecutive Haggerty Awards (best player in New York City) since Malik Sealy of St. John’s (’91 and ’92). Named USBWA District 2 Player of the Year and Associated Press All-America honorable mention as a senior. Played his last three seasons at Manhattan after spending freshman season at Rutgers. Averaged 15.5 points at the 2004 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.
Senior (2003-04): Led the MAAC in scoring (24.0 ppg). Scored 30-plus points four times on the season, including season-high tying 32 points in MAAC semifinal win over St. Peter’s. A five-time MAAC Player of the Week recipient. Scored 22 points in 40 minutes of action at Syracuse. Tallied 26 points in first round NCAA Tournament victory over Florida. Scored 20 points in a second round loss to Wake Forest. Tallied 30 points and 11 rebounds at Rider.
Junior (2002-03): Named MAAC Tournament MVP after tallying 52 points and 19 rebounds while playing all 90 minutes in two games. Earned MAAC Player of the Week honors seven times. Started all 30 games, averaging 38.8 minutes. Ranked seventh in NCAA Division I in scoring (24.6 ppg) and 11th in free-throw percentage (.902). Poured in career-high 44 points in win at Fairfield, marking the second-highest scoring total ever in a MAAC game.
Sophomore (2001-02): First Team All-MAAC selection in first season at Manhattan after transfer from Rutgers. Led team in scoring (19.4 ppg) and tallied double figures in scoring in 28 of 29 games. Averaged 36.4 minutes.
Freshman (1999-00): Played in 29 games during freshman season at Rutgers. Averaged 3.9 points.
Strengths: A talented scorer who can take his man off the dribble, score in traffic or shoot the deep ball. An excellent free throw shooter. Competes hard on the defensive end.
Personal: Represented his native Dominican Republic at the Pan AM games in Santo Domingo in 2003, averaging 6.8 points for the silver medalists. Son of Basilo and Juanita Flores. Majored in communications.