Louisville Basketball Season Stats (3-11-12)
head girls basketball coach Wally Johnson released the season statistics
for the 2011-2012, which saw the Lions finish with a 14-9 record,
the second highest victory total in school history.
set a number of team records the past season, including Points in
a Season (1127), 3-point field goal percentage in a game and season,
assists in a season, average assists per game and steals in a game
Coach Colin Lansman recently released the final season statistics
for the recently completed 9-14 season 9-14.
Comments by Coach Lansman:
"The 2011-2012 season was a season of change for Louisville Boys
Basketball. In the grand scheme of things, I think that this season
was indicative of things to come for Louisville Boys Basketball. We
are an improving bunch of hard-working young men and I feel like we
are heading in the right direction. However, the program is not yet
where we need to ultimately be, which is competing for conference
and district championships."
Compared to last season, the Lions were vastly improved, increasing
their win total from two to nine wins while jumping from ninth to
fourth place in the final conference standings. Louisville shot 41%
from the field, compared to 32% in 2010-11, averaging 53 points per
game, an 18 point increase over last year. LHS also averaged 13 assists
per game compared to seven last season.
"In addition to these statistical improvements, there were several
intangible things that this team has continued to improve on,"
continued Lansman. "We’ve had lessons in work ethic, resiliency,
humility, team unity and selflessness. Our players are becoming much
more confident in their abilities offensively and I would like to
see that confidence and aggressiveness carry over to the defensive
end. Our Seniors this year were a perfect example of a small group
of guys that were not tremendously skilled when they began their freshmen
year. However, because of their commitment, determination, and desire,
they helped not only transform themselves into effective basketball
players, but also transform this team into a highly competitive basketball
team. I was proud to coach the Lions again this year and am looking
forward to new challenges with next year’s team and more opportunities
to work with hard-working, competitive, and committed young men."