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Former Vermont Star Kyle Cieplicki Named To Brown Staff PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 August 2008

Former Vermont standout Kyle Cieplicki has been named the volunteer assistant basketball coach at Brown in an announcement made by Bears' head coach Jesse Agel.

Cieplicki comes to Brown following an outstanding four-year career at the University of Vermont where he was the team leader on and off the court, and was the first three-year captain in Catamount basketball history.

"I've known Kyle and his family for many years, and I'm extremely excited to give Kyle his initial opportunity on what promises to be an exciting coaching career," said Agel, who recruited Cieplicki to play at Vermont. "Our players at Brown will benefit from Kyle's playing experience."

Cieplicki was the UVM Athletic Department's winner of the Seaman's Trophy given to the senior student-athlete who has demonstrated a high level of athletic achievement and who earned the respect and regard from his fellow student-athletes for leadership, loyalty and service to the University.

He started 82 of 89 games over the last three years of his career and averaged 10.6 points per game as a senior. He dished out a career best 88 assists as a junior, while connecting on 42 treys. He played in two NCAA Playoff games as a freshman, making a key contribution in the first round win over Syracuse.

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