MBB: Vikings Sign Junior College Guard
May 19th, 2013 @ 10:36 am | Author: Viking Sports Admin
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.”