Jay Shunnar

Toledo Rockets #22 - Guard

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 175

Wisconsin basketball: news and notes from the past week


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

Ohio State alumni suit up for The Basketball Tournament 2018


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


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


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


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


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?


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'


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


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


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.