Brown Basketball Class of 2016

Providence, Rhode Island -  Brown men's basketball coach Mike Martin announced that two freshman will be joining the Brown basketball team in 2012-2013 as members of the Brown Class of 2016. Joshua Feshbach, a freshman guard from Port Washington, New York, and freshman forward Cedric Kuakumensah from St. Andrew's School in Barrington, Rhode Island, will join the Brown team in the fall.

"We are excited to welcome Cedric and Joshua to the Brown Basketball family," said Martin. "Both young men are eager for their opportunity to contribute to our program as we get set to begin our 2012-2013 season.  Our staff is eager to begin working in the development of our newcomers and returning players to achieve all of their goals at Brown."

 

Joshua Feshbach
Freshman
5-9, 165
Guard
Schreiber High School
Port Washington, NY

Secondary School Background:  A graduate of Schreiber High School where he lettered in basketball for two years…Previously a two-year letterwinner at Friends Academy…Three-year varsity basketball captain…Two-year Nassau County Top 40 Player…Three-time All-Conference player…County Champion as a sophomore…National Honor Society member…Conference Scholar-Athlete…Personal:  The son of Joseph and Hilary Feshbach of Port Washington…Has a sister, Heather…Enjoys music, food and movies…Undecided on his concentration.

 
 

Cedric Kuakumensah
Freshman
6-8, 235
Forward
St. Andrew's School
Worcester, MA

Secondary School Background:  A graduate of St. Andrew's School, where he lettered for two years…Also lettered for three years at North High School…All-NEPSAC AA second team selection as a junior and senior at St. Andrew's…Scored 1,287 career points…Team captain for two years at St. Andrew's… Averaged 14 points and 14 rebounds as a senior…Scored a career best 29 points twice in his career with a career high 17 rebounds…National Honor Society member…Personal:  The son of Koblavi and Dope' Kuakumensah…Born in Lome', Togo…Has a brother, Selom, and a sister, Yayra…Enjoys table tennis, chess and billiards, and watching tennis, volleyball and soccer…Concentrating in Business Economics.