Dec. 21, 2007
Former American University standout men's basketball player Andre Ingram has been playing for the Utah Flash of theNational Basketball Association Development League, a feeder league for the National Basketball Association.
Ingram in early November was selected by the Flash with the 10th pick of the seventh round (99th overall pick) of the 2007 NBDL draft. Since then, he has made the squad out of preseason and has played in 10 games, tallying 20 points while playing just under eight minutes per game.
The 6-3, 190 lbs., guard was drafted by the Flash after a stellar career with the Eagles. Ingram graduated in 2007 as American's fifth all-time leading scorer (1,655 points). He also finished with 525 rebounds, becoming only the 11th player in school history to accumulate 1,000 or more points with 500 or more rebounds. Ingram's 38.5 percent career three-point accuracy was ninth-best all-time at AU, and his 265 career threes put him second all-time.
Meanwhile, former AU men's basketball players Linas Lekavicius, Paulius Joneliunas, Arvydas Eitutavicius, Brayden Billbe, Andres Rodriguez, Raimondas Petrauskas and Glenn Stokes are all playing professionally overseas. Click on the player's name for more information.