A starter for the Mids at guard in nine of the 26 contests in which he played ... averaged 2.6 points and 2.9 boards in his second varsity season ... a much improved free throw shooter, shot 57.9 percent (11 for 19) as a sophomore and connected on 66.7 percent (14 for 21) his junior campaign ... turned in an eight-point effort in the Mids' win at Loyola (Nov. 21), while pulling down a season-high eight rebounds against the Greyhounds ... grabbed seven steals in Navy's first-three games of the season, including a career-high tying three against the Merchant Marine Academy (Nov. 23) ... tallied nine points on 3-for-3 shooting and a pair of free throws at Belmont ... hit the 100-rebound plateau for his career behind a four-board effort against Lehigh (Jan. 15) ... also scored six points against the Mountain Hawks ... it was his best scoring output since Dec. 6 when he scoring nine at Belmont ... grabbed six boards in the Mids' 69-63 loss to Columbia (Jan. 17) ... turned in his 100th-career point behind a six-point effort at Holy Cross (Jan. 21) ... shot 3 for 4 in the contest ... scored just four points, but led the Mids (alongside George O'Garro) with eight rebounds against Army (Jan. 23) at West Point ... played key minutes against Lehigh (Feb. 19), where he scored four points and grabbed five rebounds ... posted a steal and grabbed a rebound against American (March 4) in his first postseason league tournament game.
As A Sophomore (2003-04)
After playing his entire freshman season with the junior varsity squad, he not only dressed for the South Carolina (Nov. 21) contest, but also earned the starting job ... started 11 of the 20 games in which he played ... averaged 2.4 points and 3.0 rebounds overall and 3.4 points and 3.8 boards in Patriot League play ... after shooting just 57.9 percent (11 for 19) from the free throw line on the season, bettered his percentage in league action, missing just one free throw (7 for -8, .875) ... grabbed a then career-high seven boards, while dealing out a team-best three assists in the season opener at South Carolina ... also recorded a pair of blocks ... led the Mids with three assists in their win over Gettysburg (Dec. 13) ... also produced a team-high and career-high tying two blocks against the Bullets ... produced a career-high three steals at Rice (Dec. 22) ... led Navy with five boards, including two on the offensive glass, at Eastern Michigan (Jan. 7) ... grabbed an assist and two steals against Bucknell (Jan. 17) in his Patriot League debut ... experienced the game of his career at Colgate (Jan. 25) ... scored a career-high 14 points, the first double-digit scoring game of his career ... shot 6 for 7 from the field and 2 for 2 from the charity stripe ... also grabbed a then career-high eight rebounds and posted two steals ... Navy's leading rebounder against Holy Cross (Jan. 23) and Colgate (Jan. 25) with seven and eight, respectively ... missed the Bucknell contest (Feb. 14) after a collision in practice the day prior to the game ... produced the first double-double of his career with 10 points and a career-high 10 rebounds against Colgate (Feb. 20) at Alumni Hall ... connected on the first-two three-pointers of his career, including one at the final buzzer ... missed the Feb. 26 contest at Lafayette due to his grandmother's funeral ... joined the team two days later at Army.
As a Freshman (2002-03)
A member of the junior varsity team.
A 2001 graduate of Blue Valley Northwest High School ... a two-year letterwinner in football and basketball ... earned all-league and all-county football honors as a wide receiver his senior campaign, while an all-league basketball selection his final-two years ... member of the `98 and `99 football teams that won the league, region and district titles ... also a member of the `99-00 basketball squad that earned the league and region titles ... brother, Larry Jr., was a three-year (93-94-95) basketball letterwinner at the Naval Academy ... majoring in economics ... full name is Leonard Allen Green ... son of Larry Sr. and Barbara Green ... born March 8, 1983, in Charlottesville, Va.