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Men's Basketball Adds Stevie Repichowski to Signing Class

TU Head Coach Danny Manning added prep guard Stevie Repichowski to the 2012 early signing class.
TU Head Coach Danny Manning added prep guard Stevie Repichowski to the 2012 early signing class.
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Nov. 21, 2012

TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa Head Coach Danny Manning announced Wednesday the signing of guard Stevie Repichowski to a National Letter of Intent with The University of Tulsa.

The 6-5, 185-pound Repichowski from Lansing, Mich., becomes Tulsa's second signee of the 2012 early signing period, joining 6-10 forward Lew Evans of Salt Lake City. Repichowski is currently attending Kingdom Prep Academy in Johnston, Iowa.

"Stevie is a talented wing with good size. He has sneaky athleticism and is a very good shooter," Tulsa Head Coach Danny Manning said. "Coach (Joel) Hannagan's teams at Kingdom Prep are well-coached, they play the game the right way, and they are very team-oriented. Stevie is a good young man, and he will be a very good addition to our program."

As a four-year letterwinner at Lansing Catholic High School, Repichowski averaged 18 points, three rebounds and two assists per game. He scored more than 1,000 points, led his area in three-pointers made, and finished his high school career as the third-leading scorer in Lansing Catholic history.

Repichowski was a first-team Michigan Class B All-State selection by MLive.com as a senior after averaging 23 points, four rebounds and three assists per game, and leading the Cougars to a 21-2 record and the District Finals of the state playoffs. He was named to the Lansing Journal Dream Team, and was a first-team Capital Area Activities Conference selection. He also earned second-team all-state honors by the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit News.

As a sophomore and junior, he was honorable mention all-state by the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit News. His 18 points-, two rebounds- and three assists-per game average as a junior earned him first-team All-CAAC honors. He was also a first-team All-CAAC selection as a sophomore after averaging 13 points, two rebounds and three assists. He competed in the state playoffs with the varsity team as a freshman, after he averaged 20 points, three rebounds and four assists during the season for the junior varsity squad.

 

 

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