KIRKLAND, Wash. - Junior Michael Greene broke the 1,000 career point barrier on February 2, 2013 when the Eagles traveled to Portland, Oregon to play Warner Pacific. He scored 12 points in the 75-72 loss to the Knights and it was his eighth point of the game that equaled the 1,000 point mark and his next basket put him over the top. He’s not far away from NU Hall of Famer Dennis Lamance who’s in 4th place in career scoring with 1,278 points (1968-71). Former Eagle, Aaron Sawyer tops the career scoring record books with 2,074 points (2003-07).
He also has 583 career rebounds, but he is still well behind the two top career rebounders, Wes Davis (2013 HOF inductee) and Aaron Sawyer who are tied with 972 rebounds each, but don’t be surprised if Greene catches them next season.
Posted on Thursday, February 21, 2013 Share on Facebook