Brad Redford became known as one of the best three point shooters in all of college basketball during his tenure at Xavier. During his four year career, he led the Atlantic 10 conference in three point percentage two times and set the single season three point percentage record at Xavier (46.5%). He was a part of a very successful run for the Musketeers. Redford played on teams who reached the sweet sixteen three out of four seasons, and won three Atlantic 10 Championships.
Foxsports.com ranked Redford as the nation’s number two shooter in all of college basketball. During the offseason entering his senior season at Xavier, Redford played on a team representing the United States in Estonia.
As a high school player in Michigan, Redford became one of the most recognized players in the state. In his senior season of high school Redford averaged 36.7 points a game, while leading his team to a 23-3 record. He was also awarded the state’s highest honor for a basketball player, “Mr. Basketball”, in 2008. Redford still owns five state records which include points made in the first quarter of a game (27),three-point baskets made in a season (143), made free throws in a row (102), free throw percentage in a season (.967) , and free throw percentage in a career (.933). His record of 102 consecutive free throws made is also national record for a single season.
Liam trained with Brad during his high school days at Dixie Heights in Northern Kentucky. During his three years as Dixie's starting guard, Liam scored just under 1,000 points and was selected as an all region player. Currently, Liam is playing college basketball for Mount St. Joseph University. As a freshman, he helped lead his team to a conference championship. LIam is dedictaed to the game of basketball and enjoys workin with players of all talent levels to help them improve on their skills. He has a unique ability to work will players of all ages and skill levels to help them get results.
Jeremy Bennington is a West Union High School graduate where he averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds per game, leading the school to back to back sectional titles and the eventual number 1 overall seed heading into the Southeastern Ohio Division III State tournament. He then followed that up by playing two years at Southern State Community College where he accumulated over 1000 points and was honored with 1st and 2nd team all conference awards. Finishing his college career at Shawnee State University where he led the team in scoring (16.6 pts per game) and in three point field goals made (105). He had received honors in the Mid South Conference as Player of the Week and voted 2nd team all conference.
As a player at Covington Catholic High School, under the direction of his father Scott Ruthsatz, Nick led his team to a state championship in 2014 and was named tournament MVP. He still holds the record for most points scored during a career with 1,980 points. Nick just finished his sophomore year at Findlay University where he started in 10 games. He recorded a season high 8 assists against Tiffin University and scored a season high 14 points against Lake Superior State University. With Nick's experience in playing and skill deveolpment he be an immediate asset to players in our program.