Jay Shunnar

Toledo Rockets #22 - Guard

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 175

Wisconsin basketball: news and notes from the past week

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Ethan Happ played well in The Basketball Tournament and some great film breakdowns.

Ohio State alumni suit up for The Basketball Tournament 2018

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Team Scarlet and Gray is back with your Thad Matta-era favorites, and Team Big X has a couple recent Buckeyes to root for.

MAC Basketball Preview 2011-12: Toledo Rockets

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With nobody on the roster for more than a second year, excessive turnover is going to hurt Toledo. But probably not as bad as the last three years.

MAC Tournament Preview: (12) Toledo at (5) OHIO

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The most lopsided matchup of the MAC first round features last year's MAC champion against a team that has won two conference games in two years. It won't be pretty.

Fun With MAC Basketball Stats: Three-Point Hogs

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With the regular season over, we can now have some fun with the statistics in front of us. Here's one I always liked: those dudes hanging out in the perimeter having up nothing but three-point...

Best Pregame Ritual: Arab Player Gets The TSA Treatment

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Toledo guard Jay Shunnar, while a nice basketball story, also owns one of the greatest pre-game rituals: being pat down when announced in the starting lineup.

Previous Evening MAC Review: Just Like Football?

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Buffalo, Akron, and Ball State claimed decisive victories as nonconference play came to a creep. But Northern Illinois and Toledo got knocked around on the road.

Previous Evening MAC Review: Illin'

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Ohio's DJ Cooper put up a banner day against Illinois State on a day where the MAC finished 4-3 in nonconference action. Buffalo, Ball State, and Western Michigan also wrapped up wins, while...

MAC Basketball Season Preview: Toledo Rockets

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The woeful Rockets return a total of six players from a 4-28 squad. With a new coach and a bunch of new names, prepare for another similar record.

The Ugly, Ugly Demise of Toledo Hoops

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Three years ago, they won a regular season MAC title. Now among the worst in Division I, the Rockets have now lost 7 of 12 lettermen over the summer -- none to graduation.