2016-17: Played in every game, starting in seven ... Recorded 10 points off a four-of-six effort from the field at The Citadel ... Earned his first career start against Johnson & Wales ... Pulled down five rebounds in that contest ... Tied his career-high with 10 points against Campbell ... Posted a career-high seven rebounds against Winthrop ...
High School: Was a forward and center on the high school basketball team, as well as a center on the soccer team ... Earned Most Improved Player and the Hustle award for basketball and was an All-Conference Third Team member ... Team won the CCC Conference Championship and participated in the State Final Four in 2016 ... Averaged 10 ppg, 10 rpg, 4 bpg and 1 apg ... Earned the Principal’s Award in 2013 and 2014, as well as the Teacher’s Award two times ... Volunteer activities include distributing food to disadvantaged citizens through the Northwood Temple Church ... Volunteered with other high school classmates to assist senior citizens in painting homes, cleaning the yards, and assisting those who could not physically help themselves ...
Personal: Ayi Armel TeTe was born to Gedeon Tete and Veronique Kpota in Porto-Novo, Benin ... He currently resides in Fayetteville, N.C. ... Chose PC because he believed PC was the way to success in his life ... Major is undeclared.
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