Dominykas Markunas - C
Team: Cincinnati Bearcats [ID #34]
Cincinnati, OH (Central)
I.1 [Division 1]
[since April 23rd 2018 | last seen May 28th 2020]
Rating: 235.54 - Overall Position: #26
Jan 07 2012: 3-star prospect Emirhan Gündoğan
Dec 01 2011: 3-star prospect Todd Robinson
Oct 19 2011: Daniel Holbrook
was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
Jun 28 2011: Daniel Holbrook
was drafted round #1, pick #1 by Brooklyn.
Feb 10 2011: 2-star prospect Taylor Hughes
Jan 27 2011: 3-star prospect Arnold Lombardo
Jan 08 2011: 3-star prospect Dominykas Markunas
Sep 02 2010: Promoted to conference I.1
Jun 29 2010: Carl Conley
was drafted round #1, pick #12 by Atlanta.
Mar 14 2010: Made the national tournament field.
Wins: 11 Losses: 4 Pct: .733 Conf Wins: 2 Conf Losses: 3 Conf Pct: .400 Conf Rank: 8 Last10: 7-3 Streak: W1
Pts Ave: 81.0 - 68.1 Pts Diff: +12.9 Team Power Index: 142.0
Apr 02 2012: 2011-12 Bearcat Recap
- by PrivateSnowflake on May 7th, 2020
Cincinnati, OH: In Doc Booker's 5th full-season at the helm, he coached the Bearcats to a 24-18 record (15-15 in conference play) and led the program to win #300 this season while earning an invite the the Invitational Tournament.
The Bearcats won 8 of their final 10 regular-season games to move up the conference standings and maintain a spot in the top league.
Junior center Lewis Colonna was named Team MVP during a campaign that saw him average 17.3 points and 10.3 rebounds per night.
Seniors starter Brian Schrock and reserve Dick Hills have played their final game in black in red.
Aug 30 2001: 2001 Season Recap
- by PrivateSnowflake on August 31st, 2018
Cincinnati, OH: Men's head basketball coach Rob Weiss guided the Bearcats to a third-place finish in II.2 with an 18-12 conference record (25-17 overall). Junior center Tony Blue was name Most Outstanding Player averaging 14 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. The Bearcats were upset by lower-seeded (and National Tournament runner-up) Florida in the second round of the conference tournament and failed to make the 2001 National Tournament.
Dec 28 2000: JUCO Commits to Cincy
- by PrivateSnowflake on August 1st, 2018
Cincinnati, OH.: The University of Cincinnati secured its second JUCO recruit for next season in 6'9" forward Elliot Foster out of Chicago. Foster averaged 12pts and 9 boards for his JC team. Bearcats HC Rob Weiss tells us Foster has the ability to play on the glass or on the wing.
Dec 16 2000: JUCO Center chooses Cats
- by PrivateSnowflake on July 30th, 2018
Cincinnati, OH.: Bearcats Head Coach Rob Weiss secured his first recruit for next season with JUCO transfer Brett Murphay out of St. Louis, Mo. The 6'11-1/2" center who averages 14 points and nearly 10 rebounds per game will fill a front court need for the Cats who only have Tony Blue as the only scholarship center going into next season.