Player Bio
 
  • Biography - Joel Casseus / Men's Basketball
 
 
On Casseus: Athletically-gifted guard and one of team’s most tenacious defenders ...

Sophomore Season (2003-04): Appeared in all 30 games ... Averaged 2.3 points and 2.0 rebounds per game in 12.7 minutes per contest ... Scored 10 points against Idaho State in Alaska Top of the World Classic ... Netted nine points in home game against Northeastern ... Grabbed five or more rebounds four times ... Played a season-high 26 minutes at Boston University.

Freshman Season (2002-03): Appeared in 19 games with one start ... Averaged 1.5 points and 1.1 rebounds in 8.9 minutes per game ... Began his career with a bang, scoring season-high 12 points in season-opening win over Lafayette ... Hit 5-of-8 from floor including pair of three-pointers ... Earned start against Columbia in season’s second game ... Netted nine points on road at Boston University ... Converted clutch free throw with 24.5 seconds left to force overtime ... Made all four shots from field ... Contribution was then curtailed after mononucleosis cost him four weeks of fitness and games ... Returned to play six more games but in spot duty.

Prep School: Averaged 12.0 points and six rebounds per game for Dawson College prep ... Helped team win a provincial championship ... Also participated in the Canadian Games in 2001, earning a gold medal.

High School: As a senior, averaged 22.0 points, nine rebounds and six assists for Dunton High School ... Was named team MVP ... First-team all-league selection.

Personal: Born May 8, 1982 ... Parents are Jean-Francisque and Dieulie Casseus ... Speaks French ... Majoring in business administration.
 
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 •  Joel Casseus
bu athletes    Class   Junior
bu athletes    Position   Guard
bu athletes    Height / Weight   6-4 / 210
bu athletes    Hometown   Montreal, Canada
bu athletes    Previous School   Dawson College (Prep)
 
Coach Walker says:
“Joel had a strong finish to his sophomore campaign. His size and strength as a perimeter player are special at our level. I’d like to see Joel emerge as the premier defender in our program, and an efficient scorer.”