33 Tucker Halpern
33 Tucker Halpern
Height: 6-8
Weight: 220
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Brookline, MA
High School: Noble & Greenough
Position: F

Freshman: Brown’s third leading scorer with 8.1 points per game…Started 10 of 29 games for the Bears…Averaged 3.5 rebounds per game…Scored in double figures nine times, including a career high 26 points against Quinnipiac, where he connected on 6 of 13 treys… His six treys vs. Quinnipiac rank eighth in the Brown record book for a single game…Two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week…Registered 23 steals to lead the Brown team…His 66 assists ranked second on the squad…Scored 22 points, grabbed seven rebounds, handed out 6 assists and had three steals against Wagner…Pulled down a career high 10 rebounds against Yale…Secondary School Background: Averaged 19.4 points, 10.1 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game as a senior at Noble & Greenough…Two-time team captain…All-time leading scorer at Noble & Greenough with 1,800 career points…McDonald’s All-American nominee…Four-time All-Independent School League All-Star…Named to Elite 75 All-Star Team…Two-time St. Sebastian Tournament MVP…All-Area Greater Boston selection…New England Class C semifinalist for three straight years…Named to Slam Magazine’s 10 Most Impressive Players at the Orlando Super Showcase…Three-time New England Class C Semifinalist…Personal: Tucker Raymond Halpern, born December 26, 1989…Son of John and K.C. Halpern…Has a brother, Ian, and a sister, Lily…Enjoys music, drums, tennis and sports in general…Undecided on his concentration.


Tucker Halpern’s Career Highs

Points: 26 vs. Quinnipiac (1/11/10)                                   

Rebounds:  10 vs. Yale (1/22/10)

Assists: 6 vs. Maine (11/22/09); vs. Wagner (1/4/10)                       

Steals: 3 vs. Wagner (1/4/10); vs. Cornell (2/6/10)

Blocks:   2 vs. Maine (11/22/09); vs. Princeton (1/29/10) 


Tucker Halpern:  Personality Chart

Post-school ambition:  Play professionally

People who have had the greatest influence on my athletic career: My parents, Bryan Doo, Michael Herring, Greg Kristoff

Best book I have ever read: Where the Wild Things Are

Favorite foods: Chicken Parm, grilled cheese

Favorite TV shows: Entourage, 106 and Jams

Movies I have enjoyed: Green Street Hooligans, Wedding Crashers

Biggest athletic thrill: Hitting last second shot in overtime against school rival Roxbury Latin to win game

My favorite thing about playing basketball is: Winning

The thing I like most about Brown University: The people

Person in history (past or present) I would most like to meet: Larry Bird

Favorite Class at Brown: Engineering 9