Played in all 29 games last season and started two (UNC-Wilmington, at Buffalo)...averaged 6.7 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game in 16 minutes of action per game...was usually the first guard off the Herd bench...played both one and two guard positions when needed...scored a career-high 17 points at Akron on February 2nd...knocked down four-of-seven three-point shots against the Zips...led the team in free-throw percentage at 83.3% (40-48), and posted a 1.2 assist-to-turnover ratio, second on the team...made six-of-12 shots against Ohio on January 24th in route to a 15-point performance...led Marshall in scoring against Akron and Ohio...had a tremendous performance against West Virginia on January 21st, dishing out three assists against no turnovers and leading the Herd on a second-half run against the Mountaineers.
Played in 26 games in 2002-03 and averaged seven minutes per contest...scored a season-high ten points against Radford on December 14th...played a 2002-03-best 19 minutes against Ball State...made a career-high four free throws against Kentucky State at home in the Henderson Center on November 25th...had an assist to turnover ratio of 2.1.
Coming off a redshirt season, saw action in 21 games ... earned seven starts and averaged 13.6 minutes per game ... scored a career high 16 points and dished out a career high 11 assists in win over Shepherd ... averaged 3.5 points per game ... shot 39% from three-point range ... recorded an assist to turnover ratio of 1.3 ... was four of five from three-point range and scored 14 points in loss to Auburn ... recorded career-high of 38 minutes played in home games against Shepherd and Northern Illinois.
Prior to Marshall
A two-time Mr. Basketball Finalist in the state of Tennessee ... two-time Region MVP and two-time all-tournament selection ... averaged 18 points, three rebounds, four assists and two steals per game as a senior ... led Father Ryan to a 16-4 record his senior season before being sidelined with a shin injury ... named First-Team All-State ... as a junior led Father Ryan to a 27-6 record and the Tennessee AA State Championship ... averaged 17 points and five assists per game en route to being named First-Team All-State ... also earned two letters apiece in football and track, not to mention his three for basketball ... helped Father Ryan win the 1997 State Football Championship ... named Tennessee defensive back of the year in 1998 ... named AP First-Team All-State at defensive back as a junior and a senior ... named Honorable-Mention All-State in football as a sophomore ... coached by Doug Bontrager ... chose Marshall over such schools as Tennessee, South Carolina and Virginia Tech.
Son of Karen and Sidney Bunch ... born on September 30, 1982 ... his father played football and baseball at Fisk University ... his grandfather, Sidney Bunch Jr., is in the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame ... majoring in marketing and minor in communications.