43 Linas Lekavicius
43 Linas Lekavicius
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Silale, Lithuania
High School: The Miller School (Va.)
Position: G
General: Led the Lithuanian team in scoring at the Global Games ... looks to build on end of 2005-06 season, when he was the Eagles' most reliable player ... scorer with a great mid-range game ... always finds a way to the basket.

2005-06: Played in all 29 games, starting 18 ... took over as a starter halfway through the season ... tallied 14 points in just 13 minutes on six-of-10 shooting at Loyola (Md.) (11/29) ... hit five-of-eight shots to finish with 11 points along with six assists versus Yale in his first start after coming off the bench for 10 straight games (1/9) ... hit six-of-seven shots, good for 15 points, in an overtime win against Army (1/18) ... had a streak of four games six, five, four and six assists in late January to early February ... finished the season with 71 assists, good for second on the squad ... had eight rebounds and five assists at Navy (1/25) ... followed that up with seven boards and four assists versus Lafayette (1/28) ... notched seven boards and seven dimes in a home matchup against Colgate (2/12) ... finished the season strong, notching 18 points on six-of-seven shooting in the opening round of the Patriot League Tournament against Lafayette (3/3), then hitting for a season-high 21 points, including three three-pointers, in the semifinals of the PL tourney at Bucknell, falling just one point shy of his career-high (3/5) ... finished second on the team in field goal percentage, hitting 80-of-160 shots.

2004-05: Played in 28 games, starting 27 ... led the team with 110 assists, averaging 3.9 per game ... had an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.2-to-1, just one of two Eagles with a positive A/TO ratio ... shot 43 percent from the floor ... averaged 6.7 points per game ... tallied double-digits in points in four games, including 12 points in the opening round of the Patriot League Tournament vs. Navy (3/4), adding six assists and six rebounds ... corraled seven boards and dished out eight assists vs. La Salle (12/28) ... shot four-of-five for eight points, adding three assists and six rebounds - including four offensive boards - in a win over eventual PL Champions Bucknell (1/28).

2003-04: Played in 31 games with two starts ... had his first double-digit scoring effort with 10 against St. Francis (Pa.) (12/18) ... had an impressive showing in the Rainbow Classic ... scored 14 points and dished out two assists off the bench against Pepperdine (12/28) ... his career high 22 points against ETSU (12/30) helped AU seal third place in the Rainbow Classic ... scored eight points in his first Patriot League game against Bucknell (2/7) ... dropped 13 points in 17 minutes in a win over Colgate (1/23) ... had his best rebounding totals of his career (seven) in back to back games against Lafayette (1/30) and Army (2/1) ... set an AU single game record for steals (nine) against Bucknell (2/7) ... provided a huge spark against Bucknell (2/7) by contributing eight points, four rebounds and two assists in addition to his nine steals.

Before American: Had a stellar three-year career at The Miller School, under head coach Fred Wawner, capping it off by being named Co-State Player of the Year ... other awards he garnered as a senior include First-Team All-State, Conference Player of the Year, Central Virginia Player of the Year and Private School Player of the Year ... led The Miller School to back-to-back conference championships and scored over 1,500 points in his career ... as a senior averaged 25.3 point, 5.3 rebounds and 3.3 steals per game ... also shot 43 percent from beyond the three-point line and 62 percent from the field.

Personal: Son of Gintaras and Irena Lekavicius ... major is undecided.