Montana: Keron is expected to contribute at both guard positions this season.
2011-12: He saw action in 27 games as a true freshman.
High School: He attended Vermont Academy in Saxtons River, Vermont, as a senior...prep coach at Vermont Academy was Jesse Bopp...Wildcats were 17-14 and earned a berth in the NEPSAC AA playoffs his senior season...he averaged a team-high 20 points a game and 5.0 assists per game, and was a first team all-conference selection as a senior...he was a part-time starter at Towson Catholic High School in Baltimore as a sophomore, but that school closed its doors and he moved on to St. Vincent Pallotti High School in Laurel, Maryland...was a starter and all-league player at St. Vincent Pallotti, where he averaged 22 points, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds per contest...scored a career-high 35 points in one game as a junior. Personal: His major is undecided at this time. His parents are Angel Hammond and Mike Lloyd of Baltimore.
Keron's Career Highs
Points: 10 at North Dakota, 11/23/11
Rebounds: 1 in Six Games
Field goals: 3 vs. Long Beach St., 11/26/11 & 3 at North Dakota, 11/23/11
Field goal attempts: 5 at Oregon St., 12/4/11 & 5 at North Dakota, 11/23/11
3-point field goals: 3 at North Dakota, 11/23/11
3-point field goal attempts: 4 at North Dakota, 11/23/11
Free throws: 3 vs. Idaho State, 2/6/12
Free throw attempts: 4 vs. Idaho State, 2/6/12
Assists: 2 vs. Idaho State, 2/6/12
Blocks: 1 vs. Portland State, 12/28/11
Steals: 1 in Four Games
Minutes played: 17 at North Dakota, 11/23/11
A PERSONAL LOOK AT KERON:
Favorite Food: Hot dogs and beans.
Favorite class: Anthropology.
Favorite book: Of Mice and Men.
Favorite TV show: Love and hip hop.
Favorite musical group: CMG.
Favorite movie: He Got Game.
If a movie were made of my life, I would like the following actor to play me: Denzel Washington.
The person in history I would most like to meet is: MJ.
Favorite sport other than basketball: Soccer.
Favorite sports figure: Melo.
Favorite NBA team: Brooklyn Nets.
Hobbies/Special Interests: Love to sing.
My greatest moment in sports was: Game winner.
If I were not playing college hoops, I would be: working.
The best player I ever faced was: Jahmer Young.
The thing I like best about Montana basketball is: Pride!
The thing that impresses me about Coach Tinkle: Demeanor.
My advice to youngsters is: Stay focused, humble, and hungry.
My future goals are: Go to the NBA!!
- Online Stores
Will Cherry to play for the NBA's Toronto...
Will Cherry, one of most prolific players to ever wear maroon and silver and play at Montana,...
DeCuire announces men's basketball coaching staff
First-year University of Montana men's basketball mentor Travis DeCuire has selected his...
Krystkowiak named No. 2 athlete in Big Sky history
Grizzly great Larry Krystkowiak ranked second on the Big Sky Conference's list of "50 Greatest...
Q & A with new men's basketball coach Travis...
Get to know the new head coach of Grizzly Basketball Travis DeCuire.
Travis DeCuire formally introduced as Griz hoop...
Travis DeCuire (pronounced: Dee-cure) was formally introduced as the University of Montana's 27th...
Live coverage :: Travis DeCuire introductory...
Travis DeCuire will be introduced as Montana's next men's basketball coach at a press conference ...
Travis DeCuire named Griz men's hoop coach
Travis DeCuire (pronounced: dee-cure) has been selected to be the University of Montana's 27th...
Three Grizzly basketball camps on tap this summer
The University of Montana is hosting three different Grizzly Basketball Camps, including a Team...