Reed Announces Addition of Knostman to Incoming Class
BETHLHEM, PA. – Brett Reed, the Lehigh bosses basketball coach, announced the addition of Ben Knostman to the Mountain Hawks junior class on Thursday. Knostman is a 6-foot-5 guard from Dayton, Ohio who averaged 14.1 points, 9.1 assists, 9.1 rebounds, 2.3 steals, and 2.2 blocks per game last season.
“We’re excited to add Ben to our program,” said Reed. “He’s got a unique combination of size, vision and feel. He’s a competitor who has an impact on winning, which can be seen in the way he fills out a statistics sheet. He’s also someone who is very easy to play and brings that to the table Getting the most out of his teammates by helping them prepare for success. “
Along with his enormous stats, Knostman led Tippecanoe High School to an unbeaten record in their league and the team’s first district championship in 12 years. During his career, Knostman was twice MVL Player of the Year (and first team award winner). He was named First Team All-District 9 twice and was District 9 Player of the Year as a senior. Knostman was named Senior Southwest District Player of the Year (and named to the first team). He was also All-Ohio’s first team as a senior.
Knostman will join Keith Higgins and Tyler Whitney-Sidney to form the incoming class of Mountain Hawks by 2025.
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