On Thursday, January 26, in front of a packed crowd, Trevor Mullin ’23 entered the game needing 31 points to eclipse the 38-year-old all-time scoring record set by John Bean ’85. Cutting to the basket for a 2-point layup in the second half, Trevor scored his 31st and 32nd points of the night to surpass the record en route to a 33-point scoring night and a 77-31 victory over Nobles. Mullin, a five-year starter at point guard, passed John Bean ’85 who totaled 1,769 points. Bean was in attendance for the game along with fellow Arrows 1000+ points scorers Kevin O’Malley ’74, Gene Clerkin ’77, Pat Hegarty ’89, Mike Smith ’96, Jason Spiegel ’96, and Daryl Green ’97. Other 1000+ points scorers not in attendance were there in spirit, including Charles Crawford ‘94, Andrew Leichtman ‘00, Tony Barros ‘03, Greg Jacques ‘09 and Matt Karpowicz ‘16.
Behind Mullin’s outstanding play, the Arrows improved their impressive record to 15-0 on the season. Congratulations to Trevor and the entire St. Sebastian’s basketball team.
ATTENTION ALUMNI: Be sure to make it to the Alumni Basketball Reception on February 3 as we face ISL rival Rivers School. Tip-off is at 5:00 PM and the reception will follow immediately after the game in Arrows Hall. Register here.