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May. 19, 2013 10:36 AM | Author: Viking Sports Admin
Jeff Romeus averaged 19.6 points per game at Rainy River Community College.

Jeff Romeus averaged 19.6 points per game at Rainy River Community College. 

Jeff Kaminsky, Head Men’s’ Basketball Coach at Valley City State University has announced that Jeff Romeus, a 6’2 guard from Boynton Beach, FL has signed a Letter of Intent to attend VCSU and continue his college basketball career as a member of the Viking basketball program beginning with the 2013-14 school year.

Two seasons ago at Allen County Community College in Kansas, Jeff averaged 6.5 points and made 27 three-point field goals. This past season, Jeff had a breakout year at Rainy River Community College in International Falls, Minnesota scoring 19.6 points per game, pulling down 5.5 rebounds per contest, and making 93 three-point field goals in 26 games. Jeff’s best game came in a 108-104 double overtime win over Hibbing Community College when he scored 47 points, pulled down 9 rebounds, and had 5 steals.

Jeff played his high school basketball at Santaluces Community High School in Lantana, Florida where as a senior he averaged 20.8 points per game for the District Champion Chiefs and was named to the Orlando Sentinel‘s All-State second team.

Coach Jack Cook at Rainy River CC comments on Jeff, “Jeff is a fine young man and a very talented basketball player. He is very coachable and can have a big impact on a game. I really enjoyed coaching Jeff and getting to know him. I think he will have a positive effect where ever he goes.”

Coach Jeff Kaminsky at VCSU adds, “It is exciting to have Jeff join our program. His versatility will be a great fit in our system. Jeff is an outstanding shooter and has the quickness and athleticism that will make him a difficult match-up for our opponents. Defensively, he uses his quickness and length to anticipate and disrupt opposing offenses. Jeff is a quality person and will have a positive impact in our program on and off the court.”
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