Letterman ... one of three team captains for 2003 ... heady player who continues to round out his game ... will be asked to provide leadership and guidance to a host of young Black Knights ... will be integral to team's interior play ... quick learner who adapted nicely to coach Jim Crews' new system last season ... improving defender ... boasts silky- smooth outside shot ... a threat to score from beyond the three-point arc ... post moves continue to improve as well.
As a junior: drew five starting assignments in his 24 game appearances ... averaged 3.0 ppg. and 1.4 rpg. ... shot .394 from the floor, .316 from three-point range and .750 from the foul line ... enjoyed lone career double-digit scoring performance with 11-point outburst in January battle with Lafayette ... shot 4 of 9 from the floor with a career-high three treys ... closed regular season with nine-point afternoon against arch-rival Navy on CBS ... also snared four caroms and posted a career-high three assists versus the Mids en route to earning "Chevrolet Player of the Game" accolades ... played a season-high 24 minutes in that outing ... opened campaign with six points versus Duke ... grabbed career-high five rebounds in win over Coast Guard ... registered first career start in November visit to Fairleigh Dickinson ... also started opposite the Knights in early January ... other starts came versus Albany and Stony Brook, along with Army's January visit to Colgate ... named to Patriot League's Academic Honor Roll.
As a sophomore: appeared in just six contests ... averaged 1.2 ppg. and 0.8 rpg. ... shot .333 from the field and .500 at the charity stripe ... played 3.2 mpg. ... scored six points in season debut against New York Maritime ... connected on 2 of 3 three-point tries in that game ... also tied career high with three rebounds opposite Privateers ... posted only other point of year in road loss to Cornell ... was named to the Patriot League's Academic Honor.
As a freshman: drew court time in 18 regular season games ... averaged 2.3 ppg. and 0.8 rpg. ... shot .485 from the field, .500 from three-point range and .600 from the foul line ... did not appear in final seven outings ... missed early portion of that stretch after sustaining concussion in boxing class ... posted eight points versus top-ranked Duke, leading all Army players in scoring ... played 18 minutes in that contest, shooting 2 of 3 from three-point range ... enjoyed season highs of nine points and three rebounds in road loss to Stony Brook ... tied season high with three boards versus Brown ... registered five points in road loss to Colgate ... also scored four points versus Quinnipiac and Bethany.
High School: lettered in basketball for head coach Steve Halligan at Central Catholic High in Portland, Ore. ... averaged 12.0 ppg., 10.0 rpg., 3.0 apg. and 1.5 bpg. as a senior ... served as team captain in final campaign.
Personal: given name is Kenneth Andrew Doleac ... born June 9, 1982 ... parents' names are Phil and Marge Doleac ... member of the National Honor Society in high school ... father, Phil, is a 1970 West Point graduate who retired from Army DENTAC branch with rank of colonel ... brother, Michael, plays for the NBA's New York Knicks ... majoring in Systems Engineering.