10 - Steve Gruber
Steve Gruber
Height: 5-11
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
High School: Whitefish Bay
Position: G

Earned a gold medal for the United States as a member of the USA Maccabi Team at the World Maccabiah Games this past summer…Junior: Saw action in 22 games… Connected on 10 of 13 (.769) free throws for the season… Sophomore:  Played in 18 games for the Bears… Excellent ball-handler and playmaker…Connected on 6 of 6 free throws for the season…Freshman: Played in 25 games for the Bears, earning starts against Quinnipiac and Rhode Island… Scored a career high 7 points against Army, connecting on 5 of 6 free throws… Scored 6 points against Quinnipiac, sinking 6 of 8 free throws…Logged 25 minutes in Brown’s win over Quinnipiac…Handed out a season high three assists vs. Navy…  Secondary School Background: A graduate of Whitefish Bay High School where he was a four-year starter for the varsity basketball team... Served as team captain for three years... Rated among the top 350 seniors in the country by Hoopscooponline.com... A three-time All-Conference selection... Recorded a school record 1,200 career points and handed out 720 career assists... Averaged 14.6 points per game and 7.3 assists per game as a senior... Led Whitefish Bay to 20-2 record and number one State ranking…Was one of only two high school players named to the United States Maccabiah Team that captured the gold medal in Australia in the Summer of 2006...Selected to play in the annual WBCA Coaches All-Star Game…Personal:  Steven Daniel Gruber, born May 15, 1987…The son of David and Nancy Gruber of Milwaukee…Has a sister, Lauren…Enjoys being with his friends, soccer, tennis and listening to music…Selected to represent the United States in the summer of 2009 in Israel for the Maccabiah Games…Public Policy concentrator at Brown.