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30   Monte Cummings
Monte Cummings


Quincy, Fla.

High School:
Quincy Shanks

Last College:
Southeastern (Iowa) C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 180


2000-01 Season
*  2000-01 Season Averages: 10.7 points, 3.3 rebounds, 1.7 
   assists and 23.2 minutes per game in 30 games played (1 
   game started) 
*  Led Seminoles in scoring five times during the 2000-01 
   season: twice versus Duke (19 & 13 points), against UNC 	
   Asheville (19 points), at Georgia Tech (17 points) and at NC 
   State (11 points).
*  Averaged 14.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.0 steals in four 
   games against Duke (Jan. 4), UNC Asheville 	
   (Jan. 6), Wake Forest (Jan. 9) and Maryland (Jan. 16).
*  Scored his career-high of 19 points against Duke (Jan. 4) and 
   against UNC Asheville (Jan. 6).
*  Played in 29 games during his firsrt season at Florida State 
   and earned his first career Division I start against Furman 
   (Dec. 4).  Responded with eight points and two rebounds in 26 
   minutes of play.
*  Established a career-high with four steals against Maryland 
   on Feb. 14.  

On Cummings * Attended Manatee Junior College in Manatee, Fla. during the 1995 fall semester. * Born on Sept. 18, 1976 in Chapel Hill, N.C. and is 24 years old. He was a die-hard North Carolina Tar Heel fan through the first 17 years of his life. He is now a stalwart Florida State fan. * Lived in Kinston, N.C. for two years and attended his freshman and sophomore years at Kinston High School. * Graduated from Shanks High School in Quincy, Fla. after attending his junior and senior years at the school. * Joined the Army in May of 1996 and completed his basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. He was stationed at Giedelstadt, Germany during his tour of duty. * Earned three stripes as a patrol supply specialist during his time in the Army. The three stripes was the highest grade he was eligible to receive during his tour. * Spent six months in Tebela, Hungary during the Bosnian Conflict. His unit was in line to receive orders to go to Bosnia during the conflict. His unit however, was never stationed in Bosnia. They were stationed in Hungary during the final part of the conflict. Cummings and his unit were stationed as a half-way point for U.S. plane refueling and re- supplying. Cummings and the unit saw action in Bosnia as they flew “drop-in” missions into the war-torn area. * Lived in Chapel Hill, N.C. until he finished his eighth-grade academic year. * Scored 37 points against Georgetown University as a member of the Armed Forces All-Star team in an exhibition game prior to the beginning of the 1998 season.

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