2014–15 Saint Francis Red Flash men's basketball team

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2014–15 Saint Francis Red Flash men's basketball
Saint Francis University Wordmark.jpg
Conference Northeast Conference
2014–15 record 0–0 (0–0 NEC)
Head coach Rob Krimmel (3rd year)
Assistant coach Mike Summey
Assistant coach Joey Goodson
Assistant coach Eric Taylor
Home arena DeGol Arena
Seasons
« 2013–14 2015–16 »
2014–15 Northeast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Bryant 0 0       0 0  
Central Connecticut 0 0       0 0  
Fairleigh Dickinson 0 0       0 0  
LIU Brooklyn 0 0       0 0  
Mount St. Mary's 0 0       0 0  
Robert Morris 0 0       0 0  
Sacred Heart 0 0       0 0  
Saint Francis (PA) 0 0       0 0  
St. Francis Brooklyn 0 0       0 0  
Wagner 0 0       0 0  
2015 NEC Tournament winner
As of March 11, 2015; Rankings from AP Poll


The 2014–15 Saint Francis Red Flash men's basketball team represents Saint Francis University during the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Red Flash, led by third year head coach Rob Krimmel, play their home games at the DeGol Arena and are members of the Northeast Conference.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
2 Malik Harmon Guard 5–11 194 Sophomore Queens, New York
5 Stephon Whyatt Guard 6–1 155 Senior Jersey City, New Jersey
10 Dalton Cesarz Guard 6–1 165 Sophomore Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania
11 Ben Millaud-Meunier Guard 6–1 185 Junior Montreal, Canada
12 Greg Brown Guard 6–2 183 Junior Odenton, Maryland
14 Dominique Major Guard 5–9 167 Senior Woodbridge, Virginia
15 Earl Brown Forward 6–6 206 Senior Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
20 Aric Gresko Guard 5–10 165 Junior Clymer, Pennsylvania
21 Stephon Mosley Forward 6–6 212 Junior West Orange, New Jersey
22 Ollie Jackson Guard 6–3 163 Senior Dallas, Texas
24 Matthew Mazzara Guard 5–11 192 Senior State College, Pennsylvania
30 Patrick Wrencher Forward 6–6 250 Sophomore West Chester, Ohio
32 Georgios Angelou Guard 6–1 185 Sophomore Halkida, Greece
40 Ronnie Drinnon Forward 6–7 225 Junior Jamestown, Ohio

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