Marshall basketball lost 68-82 to UTSA Thursday night in the Cam Henderson Center.
2014-15 (SENIOR): Appeared in 29 games, making 15 starts … started against Cleveland State (Nov. 28) and South Carolina (Dec. 1); re-joined the starting lineup against UTEP (Jan. 24) and remained for the rest of the year (13 consecutive games) … team’s top blocker (1.0/game) … 28 blocks ranks No. 27 all-time in a single season at Marshall … posted first career double-double against North Texas (Feb. 7) with 14 points and 12 rebounds … one of two Marshall players to record a double-double on the season … reached career-high 16 points against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 28) … team-high field goal percentage (78-of-142, .549) … contributed five or more rebounds in 11 games.
2013-14 (JUNIOR): Unavailable for practice and competition due to an NCAA eligibility issue.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 11 of 32 games... Played sparingly and averaged 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds... Played 3.5 minutes per game... Scored a career-best three points vs. Tulsa (Jan. 9)... Finished 3-of-5 from the field, statistically the best field goal percentage on the team (60.0)... Played in a season-high eight minutes against Nevada (Nov. 24).
2011-12 (FRESHMAN): Played in nine games for a total of 13 minutes... Was 1-for-3 from the field... Scored two points against West Virginia Tech (Dec. 21)... Grabbed one rebound on two occations.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star rated player by Rivals... Ranked as the 17th best player out of talent-rich state of New Jersey... Played for former Duke standout Roshown McLeod... Team was ranked No. 1 in the country senior season... Helped team to 24-1 record as a senior and 23-2 as a junior.
PERSONAL: Born March 31, 1991... Full name is Jean-Paul Kambola... Son of Andre Kambola (father) and Musuamba Godelive (mother).