Sean Johnson
Sean  Johnson


Queens, N.Y.

High School:
Christ the King

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195




Richmond Turns Back Duquesne, 79-55

Derrick Colter scores a game-high 18 in a losing effort


Duquesne Men Conclude 2012-13 Season at Richmond

Dukes and Spiders to tangle Saturday at 6:00 p.m.


Charlotte Rallies to Defeat Dukes in Overtime

Colter posts double-double in 89-87 loss


Dukes Welcome Charlotte for Senior Day

Sean Johnson and Andre Marhold to be recognized prior to Wednesday night's game


La Salle Jumps on Dukes Early in 97-64 Win

Derrick Colter leads Duquesne with 16 points


Charlotte 89, Duquesne 87 (OT)

Senior Night 1/6/13


Duquesne 62, Rhode Island 67



VCU 90, Duquesne 63

VCU 90, Duquesne 63


Duquesne 90, James Madison 88 (OT)

Duquesne 90, James Madison 88 (OT)


Duquesne 92, Hawaii-Hilo 46

Duquesne 92, Hawaii-Hilo 46

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Johnson Complete Career Recap

Career Highlights
Finished his career as DU's No. 22 all-time scorer with 1,245 points ... was third on DU's all-time games played list with 123 ... played in a 94 consecutive games to conclude his career ... scored in double digits 61 times, including 55 times in his last 93 games ... was a .735 career free throw shooter ... led the team in free throws made and attempted as both a junior and senior ... had 34 career traditional three-point plays (basket and free throw) ... made 74 of his 105 career 3-pointers as a junior (42) and senior (32) ... two-year starter ... Duquesne went 59-66 during his four seasons with postseason appearances in 2010 (CBI) & 2011 (CBI) ... averaged 21.6 minutes per game.

As a Senior (2012-13)
Played in all 30 games with 24 starts ... started the first 22 games before coming off the bench six-straight times beginning in early February ... was second on the 8-22 Dukes in scoring (11.5 ppg.) and assists (52) ... was third in steals (20) and 3-pointers made (32) ... led the team in scoring eight times ... scored in double digits 16 times ... joined the 1,000-point club on a 3-pointer with 5:32 left in the first half vs. New Orleans on Dec. 8 (it was his 102nd game) ... finished the game with 21 points ... posted five of his nine career 20-point games in 2013: 21 at Georgetown and 20 vs. James Madison (in back-to-back games), 21 vs. New Orleans, a career-high 29 at Massachusetts and 20 vs. Charlotte ... scored 14 points - the last four of which came on a four-point play - in a 4:10 span to start the second half at UMass ... finished the game 11-of-18 ... tied his career-high with four 3-pointers, including three in his second-half opening surge at Mullins Arena ... averaged 6.8 ppg. on .286 shooting (22-of-77, 7-of-29 from 3-point) in 11 games before scoring 20 against Charlotte on Senior Day ... saw streak of 25 consecutive starts snapped vs. Xavier (Feb. 9) ... came off the bench in six consecutive games before a Senior Day start vs. Charlotte ... went scoreless for the first time in 67 games against Rhode Island on Feb. 16 (previous was as a sophomore vs. George Washington on Feb. 2, 2011) ... set a new career high with six assists against Youngstown State ... tied his career high with four 3-pointers vs. Western Michigan (18 points)

As a Junior (2011-12)
Saw action in all 31 games, including 27 as a starter ... finished second on the team with a 13.5 ppg. scoring average ... led the team with 42 3-point field goals (42-of-114, .368) ... posted 3.2 rebounds per game to go along with 44 assists and 26 steals ... scored in double-digits a team-high 23 times ... led the team in scoring on 10 occasions ... opened the season with an 11-game double digit scoring streak which was snapped with four points vs. Robert Morris on Dec. 6 ... was named to the 2K Sports Classic Valparaiso Subregional All-Tournament team on Nov. 20 after averaging 18.7 ppg. on 50 percent shooting in three games ... attempted a team-high 133 free throws (.767) ... recorded his first four 20-point games with 24 vs. Akron, 25 vs. Tennessee Tech, 24 vs. Houston Baptist & 20 at home vs. UMass ... added a career-high 10 boards against the Minutemen for his first career double-double ... also hit a career-high four 3-pointers (4-of-5) - including three in a 2:13 span of the first half - against UMass ... scored eight points in 38 seconds during a game-changing 13-0 second-half run in the 66-52 win over St. Bonaventure on Jan. 7 ... converted two three-point plays during the outburst ... scored all 16 of his points in the last 23 minutes against La Salle ... the La Salle game followed a season-low one-point outing at Saint Louis ... entered the season shooting .290 from 3-point ... finished the year at .368 ... averaged 11.3 ppg. in conference play ... scored in single digits in seven of DU's last 12 games (averaged 9.2 ppg. over that span).

As a Sophomore (2010-11)
Averaged 9.8 points and 2.2 rebounds in 20.2 minutes per game as the Dukes' sixth man ... was one of five to see action in every game ... saw his scoring average jump by 1.5 ppg. over the final five weeks of the season ... came off the bench to score in double digits 16 times ... posted a career-high 19 points (9-of-9 from the foul line) vs. Norfolk State and matched that with 19 in 22 minutes vs. St. Bonaventure and 19 more in 24 minutes in the first round of the CBI at Montana ... drew a three-shot foul with 1.5 seconds left and the Dukes down three in the CBI second round game at Oregon ... Johnson, a 70-plus percent free throw shooter, missed the first, made the second and intentionally missed the third and Oregon - which went on to win the tournament title - corralled the rebound to end DU's season with a 77-75 defeat ... hit a clutch 3-pointer with DU up one with 53 seconds left in the 70-64 win over the Bonnies on March 2 ... he made the shot after missing his first five 3-point attempts ... scored 18 on 7-of-11 shooting in 24 minutes vs. Rhode Island and had 18 in 25 minutes off the bench vs. Saint Joseph's at the Atlantic10 Championship ... tied his previous career-high with 17 in a start in the opener vs. Bluefield State and had 16 off the bench six games later at Green Bay (5-of-7 including three 3-pointers) ... had 14 points of the bench (4-6 from the field and 5-of-5 from the line) at Dayton ... eclipsed last season's assist total in his 14th game ... more than doubled his freshman assist total going from 27 in 30 games to 57 in 32 games ... was third on the team with 115 free throw attempts (.704) ... completed a team-best 10 traditional three-point plays (in 14 attempts) ... played his best basketball late in the season when he scored in double digits six times in averaging 14.4 ppg. over the last eight games.

As a Freshman (2009-10)
Averaged 5.6 points and 1.3 rebounds in 14.9 minutes per game ... came off the bench in all 30 games he played ... scored in double digits six times, with a then career-high 17 points in 20 minutes at Old Dominion (7-of-12) ... 14 of the points at ODU came in the second half ... the Old Dominion game started a streak of four consecutive double-digit scoring games (12 in 18 minutes vs. Richmond, 14 in 22 minutes at Dayton and 10 in a season-high 31 minutes in a double overtime home loss to Saint Louis) ... saw a streak of 22-straight games played snapped at George Washington in early February ... had nine points, three assists and a pair of steals in 25 minutes vs. La Salle and added seven points in 15 minutes at Charlotte ... went 2-of-3 from the arc in scoring 10 points in 14 minutes in the season-ending CBI loss at Princeton ... was 6-of-28 from the 3-point arc and 40-of-60 (.667) from the foul line for the season.

High School
Christ the King High School in Middle Village, N.Y. (three years for head coach Bob Oliva and one year under head coach Joe Arbitello) ... averaged 22.4 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game for a 25-4 Christ the King team which finished the season ranked No. 4 in the state by the New York Daily News and 11th nationally by ESPN RISE ... named first team Class AA all-state by the New York State Sportswriters Association ... also named Catholic High School Athletic Association Most Valuable Player by the league's coaches ... was tabbed third team All-Metro New York and ranked No. 4 on the list of New York Metro Area top seniors by Hoop Scoop ... cited as Queens Player of the Year and All-City by FiveBoroSports.com ... scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half and added four steals in 21 total minutes in helping the City All-Stars to a 129-120 win over the Suburban All-Stars in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game at Madison Square Garden on April 18, 2009 ... scored 33 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, to lead Christ the King to an 87-85 win over Archbishop Molloy in the semifinals of the Brooklyn-Queens CHSAA "AA" Diocesan championship ... followed that by posting 18 of his game-high 29 points in the second half in leading Christ the King to its first Diocesan title in three years with a 66-60 win over Xaverian ... scored a game-high 32 points - including 19 in the first half - of Christ the King's CHSAA Class AA intersectional quarterfinal win over Holy Cross ... added 28 in a semifinal win over Bishop Loughlin to lead the Royals to the CHSAA Class AA intersectional title game ... scored a team-high 23 points in helping Christ the King to a 74-68 victory over Bishop McNamara (Forestville, Md.) in the title game of the 2008 Bojangles' Shootout in Charlotte, N.C. in December ... earned a spot on the National bracket all-tournament team and was named ESPNrise.com national player of the week for his effort ... finished the tournament, which annually features some of the top high school teams in the nation, with 74 points in three games ... scored a game-high 38 points (five 3-pointers), including 17 in the decisive third quarter in Christ the King's final regular-season game, a 76-73 win over Elizabeth (N.J.) in the Primetime Shootout at Trenton's Sovereign Bank Arena.

Played AAU ball for both Team Odom (coached by Artie Cox) and the New York Gauchos (coached by Dwayne Mitchell) ... was recruited by Houston, Manhattan, Quinnipiac and Marist among others ... made official visits to Manhattan and Quinnipiac in addition to Duquesne ... hails from the Queensbridge section of Queens, N.Y. ... changed his jersey number from 20 to 32 prior to his sophomore season ... sociology major ... full name is Sean Kareem Johnson ... date of birth: 9/12/90.


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