Former River Hill Player, Current Reservoir Coach Signs
Severn, MD (September 19, 2012) – Kyle Sullivan a former player at River Hill High School in Clarksville, Maryland who played collegiately at St. Marys College, and is the current Girls Varsity Coach at Reservoir High School was signed by the Bay Area Shuckers of the American Professional Basketball League (APBL) and is currently in training camp with the local pro team.
“Kyle has been an excellent shooter at every level he has played and also brings some pro experience to the team. He is currently competing for a spot on our final roster as we work our way down to our final 15,” commented Bay Area Shuckers General Manager John Wolfe.
Sullivan, of Clarksville, Maryland played for his hometown River Hill Hawks for three seasons averaging 11.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. The 6’3”, 190 pound guard then headed south to St. Mary’s College of Maryland. A four-year letterman for the Seahawks, Sullivan appeared in 83 games. As a freshman he ranked third on the team in three-point percentage and free throw shooting. As a senior he also ranked third in three-point shooting percentage. Kyle was named Academic All-Capital Athletic Conference.
In 2009 Sullivan made his pro basketball debut with the Maryland Marvels of the American Basketball Association and led the team in all three-point categories and set team records with 50 3-pointers in a season and eight in a game. In 2010 he again suited up for the Marvels and again led them in all three-point shooting categories and set a milestone by posting 23 points in one half against the Seven-City (Virginia) Knights.
Sullivan is entering his second season as the Girls Varsity Coach at Reservoir High School of Fulton, Maryland.
The Bay Area Shuckers are members of the American Professional Basketball League (APBL) and are scheduled to tip-off their season in early November. For more information on the Bay Area Shuckers please visit www.BayAreaShuckers.com.