22 Bill Mohr
Bill Mohr


Highland Village, Texas

High School:
Edward S. Marcus

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 196


2 VL

Civil Engineering

Two-time letterman ... voted one of three team captains for 2003 ... intelligent performer with unwavering work ethic ... plays with great deal of passion ... heart and soul of program ... brings valuable leadership to team ... will be instrumental to Black Knights' success, both on and off the court ... expanded shooting range last season, extending his game beyond the three-point arc ... newfound range helped open holes on interior ... rugged defender ... crafty shot blocker ... not afraid to mix it up inside ... fundamentally sound in all aspects of the game ... continues to add bulk to frame.

As a junior: one of five players to appear in every game ... listed second on the team with 21 starting assignments ... averaged 5.9 ppg. and 2.3 rpg. ... shot .409 from the field and .769 from the charity stripe ... led squad with 15 blocked shots, which tied for the program's sixth-highest season total ... listed 11th in the Patriot League in blocks ... ranked fourth on the team in scoring average ... earned first career start in season-opening trip to Duke ... scored seven points in that outing ... tip-in with 1.1 seconds left capped Army's come-from-behind 75-73 road win over Sacred Heart ... enjoyed six double-digit scoring efforts ... erupted for 17 points in January road trip to Colgate ... shot sparkling 7 of 8 from the floor that day ... notched 13 points against Marist and 11 in home battle with Navy ... forged 10 points versus Albany in December, then again against Colgate and Lehigh in back-to-back February contests ... credited with career-high three blocked shots against Marist ... snared career-high five rebounds on three occasions, versus Sacred Heart and Yale, and at Navy ... named to the Patriot League's Academic Honor Roll.

As a sophomore: played in 11 games, all in a reserve capacity ... averaged 1.6 ppg. and 0.7 rpg. ... shot .643 from the floor ... scored in eight of his 11 appearances, connecting for one bucket in seven of those performances ... saw court time in just two of team's opening 10 contests, but slowly watched role increase ... appeared in final four contests ... best night of season came in overtime road win at Brown ... entered game late in first half with Black Knights trailing by 18 points ... injected dose of energy as Army began to rally ... started second half and ignited comeback that resulted in 93-92 overtime victory ... scored two points and grabbed two rebounds versus Bears ... registered four points in road loss to Holy Cross ... also two rebounds in home loss to Bucknell ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

As a freshman: spent the first half of the season with the varsity, but played in just one game ... practiced with the varsity but did not dress once Black Knights opened Patriot League play ... enjoyed stellar two-minute debut during Army's record-setting victory over Bethany ... scored five points, grabbed two rebounds and recorded a steal versus the Bison ... also hit 3 of 4 free throws ... tip-in with 1:28 remaining boosted Army into record books as squad eclipsed Academy scoring record (106 points) en route to 113-88 victory.

High School: lettered three times for coach Anthony DeCello at Edward D. Marcus High in Flower Mound, Texas ... averaged 17.0 ppg. and 7.0 rpg. as a senior ... also served as team co-captain during his final two seasons ... earned all-district honors.

Personal: given name is William Edward Mohr ... born July 20, 1981 ... parents' names are Roger and Sarah Mohr ... member of the National Honor Society ... is an Eagle Scout ... majoring in Civil Engineering.

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