2008-2009: Appeared in 21 games starting 15... recorded 2.4 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game... averaged 20.3 minutes and shot 80% from the free-throw line... scored a season-high nine points twice versus Rider (2/15) and Fairfield (3/7)... led Manhattan in assists five times... posted a season-high three assists in four games... swiped 17 steals... started at point guard in the final nine contests of the season and averaged 30.2 minutes over these games... posted a 1:1 assist-to-turnover ratio... led the Jaspers in steals during four games, including a season-high three steals in a victory at William & Mary (2/21)... grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in season-opener at NJIT (11/15)... converted 10 3-pointers... went 3-for-3 from 3-point territory in victory over Rider (2/15), and sank three in the MAAC Tournament quarterfinals versus Fairfield (3/7)... logged a season-high 36 minutes versus Fairfield (3/7).
2007-2008: Started 11 of 28 appearances... averaged 3.5 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 21.4 minutes... led the Jaspers with a 1.29:1 assist:turnover ratio... was third on the team for assists per game... scored a career-high 20 points in Manhattan's 69-56 win at Wagner (11/14)... pulled down a season-high eight rebounds at Boston University (12/1)... dished out a season-high six assists, collected a career-high five steals and played a career-high 43 minutes in an overtime thriller at Hofstra (11/17)... scored in double-figures three times... led Manhattan in assists six times, this was second best on the team... finished second on the squad and tied for 14th in the MAAC with 1.21 steals per game... shot a perfect 4-for-4 from the free-throw line and equaled a career-high with four 3-pointers at Wagner (11/14)... grabbed five or more rebounds in nine contests... made three or more steals in six games... notched three or more assists seven times... logged 30 or more minutes in five games... represented his native country of Cameroon at AfroBasket 2007, the FIBA African Men's Basketball Championship... team earned the nation's first ever medal, silver, while advancing to the championship game... tallied a game-high 17 points in a quarterfinal win over the Ivory Coast.
2006-2007: Appeared in all 30 games, making 17 starts... handed out five or more assists seven times... ranked second in the MAAC in steals per game and 12th in assists per game... averaged 6.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.7 steals per game... scored in double-figures seven times... led Manhattan with a 1.5 assist/turnover ratio...pulled down 10 or more rebounds twice... saw more than 30 minutes of action in 19 contests and played 40 minutes four times, including the final three games of the season...averaged 31.4 minutes per game... grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds at Siena (2/22)... tallied a career-best eight assists against Rider (1/18)... went a perfect 8-for-8 from the line in the regular-season finale versus Iona (2/25) at Draddy Gymnasium... gathered a game-high 11 rebounds over 32 minutes in first career start at Fordham (11/30)... posted a game-high seven assists in a 60-51 victory at Canisius (1/8)... scored 13 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and three steals in win over Rider (1/18)... recorded a game-high eight rebounds, while contributing 11 points and six assists leading to a one point over Marist (1/30)... connected on a season-high five field goals at Pepperdine (1/2) and knocked down a career-high four 3-pointers in the MAAC Tournament quarterfinals versus Siena (3/3)... swiped three or more steals in 11 contests, including a season-high four versus Siena (1/21)... was perfect from the free-throw line in 10 contests... registered five or more assists in seven contests.
BEFORE MANHATTAN: Named the best player under 20 in Africa in 2004... was selected the best player in Cameroon twice... served as team captain at the 2006 Global Games while leading Team Africa to a fifth place finish... also competed for Team Africa at the 2005 Global Games, a team coached by former Manhattan coach Fran Fraschilla... played for head coach Bruce Kruetzer at Massanutten Military Academy... named Best Math Student in his grade at Massanutten.
PERSONAL: Born January 11, 1986... son of Tsala Bouli Come and Ngono Marie Madeleine... three siblings, Paulin, Nadiege, and Yolande... chose Manhattan for its highly regarded business program... speaks three languages; English, French, and Spanish... majoring in finance.