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Ousman

Krubally

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Forward
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: W.D. Mohammed HS

Bio

AT GEORGIA STATE:

Slender frontcourt player known for his high-energy play . . . Crowd favorite who joined the team as a walk-on in the fall of 2006 after participating in an open tryout session . . . Effective rebounder, especially on the offensive glass . . . Relative newcomer to the game of basketball who has shown dramatic improvement since his freshman year . . . One of four left-handed shooters on the team.

Career field goal percentage of .558 would rank as one of the top marks in school history but he falls shy of the minimum of 200 field goals made.

2009-10:

Georgia State's top rebounder with 5.7 boards per game (17th in CAA) . . . Averaged 7.0 points per game to rank fifth on the team . . . Eleven double-figure scoring games, including five double-doubles on the season . . . Scored in double figures in six of the final eight games, averaging 10.5 ppg and 5.9 rpg for that stretch . . . After struggling at the free throw line for much of his career, he shot 72 percent for his last 19 games (42-58) . . . Started 11 games on the season, including the last six

Finished his season with a career-high 19 points against Hofstra in the CAA first round. Went 11-for-12 at the free throw line (9-10 in second half) in the Panthers' one-point loss . . . In win over George Mason (2/3), he grabbed two key defensive rebounds in the final minute and converted both ends of a on a one-and-one with 20 seconds left to seal the victory . . . Against Towson, he sank two free throws with 4.7 seconds left in regulation to tie the game and force overtime . . . Scored 11 pts in win over James Madison (2/16). Was fouled intentionally with GSU ahead by two with 49 seconds left and converted the one-and-one.

Career-high 16 points and 11 rebounds against Delaware after missing two games due to illness . . . Recorded a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds in win at James Madison (12/5) . . . Opened his senior season with his first career double-double (14 pts, 10 rebs) in 28 minutes off the bench . . . Added 11 points and 13 rebounds vs. IUPUI

Georgia State's nominee for the CAA's Dean Ehlers Leadership Award.

2008-09:

Frontcourt reserve who averaged 2.9 points and 2.9 rebounds per game . . . Shot 66 percent from the field . . . Made four starts but was more effective coming off the bench.

Averaged 9.0 ppg (15-of-20 FG) and 5.8 rpg in Georgia State’s late-season four-game winning streak (UNCW, Northeastern, Eastern Michigan, Hofstra).

The hero of the Panthers’ win at Northeastern (2/18) with his game-winning layup; with 1.4 seconds left, he caught the inbounds pass from Dante Curry in the low post and made the layup as time expired . . . Finished with six points and four rebounds.

Had a career-high 15 points and nine rebounds in just 20 minutes off the bench in win over UNC Wilmington (2/14) . . . Went 7-for-8 from the field against the Seahawks, including nine straight points in a four-minute stretch at the end of the first half.

Scored 11 points (4-for-5 FG) and grabbed nine rebounds in win at Eastern Michigan (2/21) . . . Contributed seven points and seven rebounds against Drexel (1/10) . . . Collected five points, season-high nine rebounds and two blocks in win over Towson (1/17).

Grabbed three steals at Old Dominion (1/13) . . . Had four points and two rebounds in seven minutes at Troy and then six points and five boards against Hampton . . . Took three charges, along with two points and two rebounds, against Florida State.

Earned CAA Commissioner's Academic Award for the spring 2009 ... Recipient of the Athlete of the Year award from the Georgia State University chapter of the NAACP.

 2007-08:

Contributed 3.5 points per game, shooting 51.5 percent from the field . . . Averaged 3.2 rebounds per game, half of them on the offensive glass . . . Played in 25 games, including four starts.

Had a career-high 12 points against Jacksonville State (2/23), going 4-for-4 from the field and 4-for-4 from the line and grabbing four rebounds in just 13 minutes . . . Missed the regular-season finale at James Madison (3/1) due to illness

Contributed four points, six rebounds and two blocks in win over Drexel (1/30); added six points and three boards at Old Dominion (2/2)

Made his first career start against William & Mary (1/12) and contributed four points, seven rebounds, two assists and two steals, including one at the end of the game that gave the Panthers a final shot . . . Also started three games against Hofstra, Delaware and Northeastern . . . Had eight points and five rebounds in just 13 minutes at VCU (1/10)

First double-figure scoring effort came at Florida State (11/2) with 11 points, along with five rebounds and three steals . . . Pulled down career-best 14 rebounds and scored nine points against Troy (11/24)

 2006-07:

Saw action in three games . . .  Played in his first college game at Georgia Tech and had one point, one rebound and one steal . . . Grabbed two rebounds in win over Alabama State . . . Added two points at Iowa on one field goal.

HIGH SCHOOL:

Averaged a double-double as a senior at W.D. Mohammed High in Atlanta with 18 points and 10 rebounds per game . . . Top scoring effort was 38 points against Eagle's Landing Christian Academy . . . Helped his team reach the state playoffs but did not play due to injury . . . Averaged 16 points per game as a junior.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution named him the "Best All-Around Senior" for his school . . . Also won the Calipha Award from W.D. Mohammed . . . Principal's Honor Roll student who earned a HOPE Scholarship to attend Georgia State. 

Played AAU basketball for the Atlanta Ballers . . . Also lettered in soccer at W.D. Mohammed and was active in club soccer . . . Travelled to England, Sweden, the Netherlands, Jamaica and the Bahamas with his Under-13 team.

PERSONAL:

Name pronounced OOSSS-maan crew-BAH-lee . . . Born March 13, 1988, in Atlanta . . . Parents are natives of Gambia who moved to Atlanta as young adults . . . Has an older brother, Abdoulie . . . Majoring in marketing . . . Scheduled to graduate in May 2010 . . . Recipient of CAA Commissioner's Academic Award for spring 2009 semester . . . Received Athlete of the Year award from Georgia State University chapter of the NAACP . . . Georgia State's nominee for the CAA's Dean Ehlers Leadership Award in 2010.

CAREER STATISTICS:

 Season 

G-GS

 Min   Avg   FG-  FGA

 Pct 

3P- 3PA

Pct 

 FT- FTA 

 Pct 

 O-  D-   Reb  Avg   Ast  Bl   St   Pts  Avg 
 2006-07

3-0

4

1.3

1

1

1.000

0

0

.000

1

4

.250

2

1

3

1.0

1

0

1

3

1.0

 2007-08

25-4

344

13.8

35

66

.515

0

0

 .000

19

38

.500

40

39

79

3.2

10

3

14

87

3.5

 2008-09

 28-4

304

10.9

33

50

.660

0

0

.000

15

34

.441

37

45

82

2.9

4

10

6

81

2.9

2009-10

30-11

667

22.2

74

137

.540

0

0

.000

61

96

.635

87

84

171

5.7

15

17

23

209

7.0

 Total

86-19

1319

15.3

142

254

.559

0

0

 .000

96

172

.558

166

169

335

3.9

30

30

44

380

4.4

 

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