BOONE, N.C. — App State men’s basketball head coach Dustin Kerns has announced the addition as Michael Almonacy to the program as a graduate transfer.
Michael Almonacy | Guard | 6-0 | 180 | Brentwood, N.Y./Brentwood High School/Southern New Hampshire
Almonacy appeared in 28 games (27 starts) during the 2019-20 season at Southern New Hampshire. He averaged 15.6 points (second on the team) on 44.6 percent shooting and a team-high 3.2 assists. He reached double figures in scoring 24 times, including 13 consecutive games to close out the season. Almonacy scored 20 or more points six times during the season, including a 27-point, seven-rebound, five-assist and four-steal effort on Jan. 5 against Roberts Wesleyan. Prior to Southern New Hampshire, Almonacy appeared in 51 games over two seasons at Stony Brook.
Kerns on Almonacy
“We are delighted about Michael Almonacy becoming a part of the Mountaineer family. Michael fits who we are in every regard both on and off the floor. Originally from New York, he is a ball handling guard who provides experience in the back court and has the ability to shoot at a very high level. He has a desire to maximize his time at App State and we are thrilled to have him. Please join us in welcoming Michael and family to the App State Family.”
Almonacy joins Xavion Brown, RJ Duhart, Michael Eads, CJ Huntley and Deshon Parker as the newest additions to the Mountaineers.