As a Junior in 2006-07: Started two games and appeared in 34 contests as a junior ... led the team in rebounding four times ... paced the Terps in blocks twice and led the squad in steals twice ... averaged 5.8 points and 3.9 rebounds ... grabbed at least five rebounds in 10 games ... led the team in field goal percentage (.563) ... scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds and blocked one shot against Davidson (March 15) ... pulled down nine rebounds at Duke (Feb. 28) ... scored 11 points and recorded nine rebounds in 18 minutes against North Carolina (Feb. 25) ... scored a season-high 15 points and hauled in four rebounds against Florida State (Feb. 21) ... recorded 10 points and four rebounds against Georgia Tech (Jan. 24) ... finished with eight points, seven rebounds and one steal vs. Iona (Jan. 4) ... scored 10 points, pulled down nine rebounds and blocked three shots at Boston College (Dec. 10) ... finished with eight points, five rebounds, three blocked shots and one steal in 18 minutes against Fordham (Dec. 6) ... earned his first start as a Terp at Illinois (Nov. 28) and finished with 10 points and eight rebounds ... scored 14 points, grabbed seven rebounds and blocked one shot vs. Winthrop (Nov. 20) ... scored 11 points in 11 minutes against Vermont (Nov. 8) ... scored nine points in his Terrapin debut against Hampton (Nov. 7).
At Paris (Texas) Junior College: Played his sophomore season under coach Bill Foy at Paris Junior College ... averaged 6.0 points and 5.0 rebounds for the Dragons who finished the year 24-7 ... helped Paris JC finish atop the Region XIV standings with an 18-4 record.
At New Mexico: Played his freshman season at New Mexico ... played in 31 games and averaged 7.4 minutes per game ... averaged 1.6 points, 1.9 rebounds off the bench ... shot 57 percent from the field ... helped the Lobos finish 26-7 en route to capturing the Mountain West Conference Tournament Championship ... recorded season-highs of seven points, nine rebounds, and 16 minutes against Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... scored seven points and hauled in four rebounds against Utah.
At Benedictine High School: Played for head coach Bruce Croxton at Benedictine High School in Richmond, Virginia ... averaged 16.5 points, 16.8 rebounds, and 3.0 blocks as a senior ... led Benedictine to a 25-6 record during his senior season as the team won its second consecutive Virginia State Catholic League Championship ... helped the team capture its first VISBA Division 1 Championship in school history during his junior season.
Personal: Bambale Mbulatale Emmanuel Osby ... son of Komba Basosila and William Joseph Osby ... has three brothers, Shun (37), Locheke (30), and Levi (22) ... also has two sisters, Yevette (35) and Lucy (17) ... majoring in family studies with a minor in communication ... lists Ben Wallace as his favorite NBA player.
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