By Mark Kitchin
Former Delbarton standout Patrick Sullivan completed another solid season for Hamilton College this spring.
Former Delbarton standout Pat Sullivan has another great year.
Sullivan averaged 18.5 points and 6 rebounds as Hamilton reached the league tournament championship game. He led the league in scoring at 17.4 points per game, and was ranked seventh with 6.3 rebounds per game, third in field goal percentage at 51.6 percent and 10th in free-throw percentage at 73.2 percent.
Sullivan’s success is no surprise. In 2008, he was selected the Morris County Boys Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year. The 6-foot-5 200-pound athlete always gave opposing teams headaches. His ability to score as well from the perimeter as he does from the post is difficult for most teams in the area to match up against.
In his senior year, he averaged nearly 30 points a game in four MCT contests including and had an amazing Morris County Tournament including a terrific 35-point performance for the Green Wave in the MCT final. The Madison resident led all of Morris County in scoring with a 21.2 points per game average. He was a 1,000-point scorer finishing with 1,239 points in all.
He was also a terrific rebounder, averaging nine a game and 2.2 blocks a contest. A first team All-Morris County and All-Northern Hills Conference Suburban selection.