33 Adam Teague
Most Improved Player (2007)
Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Jan. 30, 2006)
AS A JUNIOR
Had another outstanding season, ranking fourth on the team in scoring (6.7 ppg), second in rebounds (4.2 rpg), fifth in assists (32), sixth in steals (24) and fourth in blocked shots (4), while playing all 30 games connected on 51 three-pointers in 131 attempts (.389) to rank 10th on the single-season three-point percentage list shot 42.7 percent from the field recorded seven double-figure scoring games was named the CBS Sports / Chevrolet Player of the Game for his role in Navy's Star Game win over Army (Feb. 23). In that game, he recorded his first career double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds and played outstanding post defense. Drilled four three-pointers in the second half to fuel a Navy run matched a season-high with 18 points on six three-pointers against Seton Hall tallied 13 points with six rebounds in the first meeting against Army (Jan. 27) averaged 15.5 ppg, 8.5 rpg and 2.0 spg against the Black Knights netted 12 points with eight rebounds, a career-high five assists and two steals in a fantastic all-around effort against Towson scored 16 points with five rebounds and four assists against Howard added 11 points in the season opener against Longwood (Nov. 9) tallied 10 points on 4-of-4 shooting against Lehigh (Feb. 13) in the first 28 games of the season, Teague was 51-of-120 (.425) from three-point range connected on at least two three-pointers 14 different times in 2007-08 and had a three-pointer in 23-of-30 games in a six-game span from Dec. 17 to Jan. 11, Teague was 12-of-21 (.571) from three-point range, including 3-of-4 against both San Diego State (Dec. 17) and Maryland-Eastern Shore (Dec. 22) hauled down five rebounds 15 different times, including in four straight games from Jan. 23 to Feb. 2 had eight rebounds against Canisius, Towson and Mount St. Mary's, and seven against Penn averaged 6.3 rpg in a six-game stretch from Nov. 20 to Dec. 3 snared a career-best four steals against Towson, Army (Jan. 27) and Colgate (Feb. 2).
AS A SOPHOMORE
Teague had a strong sophomore campaign, earning team Most Improved honors after averaging 7.4 ppg and 3.0 rpg while playing all 30 games ranked fourth on the team in scoring (7.4 ppg) and assists (36) drew nine starts during the season in his nine starts, Teague averaged 9.2 ppg and 4.0 rpg in his 21 games off the bench, Teague averaged 6.7 ppg and 2.5 rpg was one of Navy's top shooters for the season, connecting on 44.7 percent of all shots and 36.8 percent of his three-point attempts also recorded an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.00, one of four players on the team with a ratio of 1.00 or better equaled a career high with 19 points in a win over Stony Brook (Nov. 19) added five rebounds and was 6-of-8 from three-point range against the Seawolves scored 17 points with three rebounds and a steal in a loss at Holy Cross (Jan. 17), playing just 22 minutes averaged 10.5 ppg, 3.7 rpg and 1.3 apg while shooting 39-of-81 (.481) from the field in an 11-game stretch from Dec. 4 to Jan. 17. Was also 21-of-56 (.375) from long distance during that span scored in double-figures in four games of a six-game stretch from Dec. 4 to Dec. 30 had a solid floor game against Delaware Valley College (Dec. 17), tallying 12 points, nine rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks in the next outing, a rout of Washington (Md.) on Dec. 20, scored 13 points with three rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block netted 12 points with four rebounds against Yale (Dec. 30) tallied 10 points with three rebounds, two assists and a steal against Howard (Dec. 4) also scored 10 points with six rebounds and three steals against Lafayette (Jan. 13) netted nine big points in the Star Game win over Army (Feb. 17), connecting on a pair of clutch three-pointers in the second half dished out four assists against Maryland-Eastern Shore (Nov. 21) and William & Mary (Nov. 28) connected on at least two three-pointers in 14 games and at least one three-pointer in 24-of-30 games yanked down six rebounds against Longwood (Dec. 1), NJIT (Jan. 2), Lafayette (Jan. 13) and Colgate (Jan. 27) played a career-high 41 minutes against NJIT (Jan. 2).
AS A FRESHMAN
Teague had a solid freshman season, appearing in 26 games, drawing 17 starts ranked sixth on the team in scoring (4.7 ppg) and seventh in rebounds (2.6 rpg) started eight of the final nine games of the season earned Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors (Jan. 30, 2006) after tallying a career-best 19 points in just 17 minutes in Navy's first-ever Patriot League win over American (Jan. 25). Went 11-of-12 from the free throw line against the Eagles and added three rebounds and two assists scored 10 points in Navy's next game at Bucknell (Jan. 28) scored 10 points in the win over Washington (Md.), adding three rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal scored two points and hauled down three rebounds in his first career game, against Georgetown in the next game, Teague scored eight points and grabbed a career-best eight rebounds matched his career-high rebound total three games later against Howard, and chipped in with seven points against the Bison tallied three blocked shots in just nine minutes against UMBC contributed eight points against Yale scored seven points with four rebounds and an assist in the win over The Citadel netted eight points in just 19 minutes against Lafayette (Jan. 14) connected on 20 three-pointers on the year, the fifth most on the team opened the year 7-of-26 (.269) from three-point range in the first 15 games and averaging 3.7 ppg in the last 13 games, Teague connected on 13-of-33 (.394) three-pointers and averaged 5.1 ppg.
A 2005 graduate of Fred T. Foard High School in Newton, N.C., where he garnered First-Team All-Western Foothills (3A) Conference kudos as a junior and senior, while also being named the conference player of the year in 2004 and '05 an honorable mention all-state (N.C.) selection, he was also named the Hickory Record Unifour Player of the Year as a senior in his senior campaign, he led Fred T. Foard to the sectional championship with a 21-8 record scored better than 1200 points during his career and owns school records for most three-pointers made in a season and a career lettered three years in basketball and one season in football where he played wide receiver and defensive back member of the National Beta Club, as well as the Student Council.
Full name is Jeffrey Adam Teague is right-handed born April 11, 1987, in Hickory, N.C. son of Jeff and Kim Teague younger brother, Jon, is a freshman at the Naval Academy and is a member of the football team as a kicker / punter. The Younger Teague was one of the top-rated kickers in the country coming out of high school aspires to be a Major League Baseball general manager one day played AAU baseball growing up with budding superstar, Cameron Maybin, of the Florida Marlins majoring in economics.
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