SENIOR SEASON (2012-2013): Did not play during his final season due to problems in both knees.
JUNIOR SEASON (2011-2012): Competed in a career-high 24 games ... tallied 41 points (1.7 ppg.) and 34 rebounds (1.4 rpg.), which were career-best totals ... also established career-high figures in assists (7) and blocked shots (9) ... played 128 minutes (5.3 mpg.) ... shot 19-for-30 (.633) from the field ... led the Irish in blocked shots five times ... scored a career-high nine points in a 93-69 win over Delaware State ... connected on a career-high four field goals (on five attempts) in the Delaware State contest ... hauled down a career-best seven rebounds in addition to playing a career-high 16 minutes against Maryland ... had a career-high two blocked shots against both Maryland and Dartmouth ... dished out a career-high two assists in the Sam Houston State and Maine contests ... was a perfect 3-for-3 from the field en route to seven points in addition to hauling down six rebounds in a 106-65 victory over Sacred Heart ... played in 10 BIG EAST contests and recorded five points and four rebounds in league play.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010-2011): Saw action in 10 games ... missed a significant portion of the season after undergoing multiple knee surgeries ... notched 18 points (1.8 ppg.) and 10 rebounds (1.0 rpg.) ... matched a then career-high total with five points in a season-opening victory over Georgia Southern ... had four points in wins over Chicago State and Stony Brook ... hauled down a season-high four rebounds against Chicago State ... had three points and three rebounds versus UMBC ... played a season-high 11 minutes against UMBC ... scored his first BIG EAST points by making his only field goal attempt against Marquette.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-2010): Appeared in 13 games ... notched 24 points (1.8 ppg.) and 14 rebounds (1.1 rpg.) ... played in the season opener against North Florida and scored a season-high five points and grabbed two rebounds in nine minutes of action ... netted two points against Saint Francis ... played a season-high 11 minutes versus Liberty and grabbed a season-high three boards and made one steal ... scored three points and matched a season-high total with three rebounds in nine minutes of action against Idaho State ... two points against UCF ... deposited four points versus IUPUI ... tied season-best totals in points (5) and rebounds (3) along with blocking a shot against Bucknell ... tallied two points, two steals and one rebound at Louisville.
HIGH SCHOOL: In final scholastic season, led Hopkins to perfect 32-0 mark in capturing Class 4-A Minnesota state crown ... coached for three seasons by Ken Novak, Jr. and for one season (freshman year) by Ken Novak, Sr. ... helped Hopkins rank as high as eighth nationally, according to MaxPreps during both the 2008-98 and 2007-08 campaigns ... two-time team captain ... four-time all-conference honoree ... averaged 15.1 points, 8.7 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game during his senior campaign ... averaged 11.9 points and 10.0 rebounds in his junior year ... led Hopkins High School to a number-one Minnesota state ranking finishing with a 27-2 record and ending the season as the Classic Lake Conference co-champions ... played for the Howard Pulley Panthers AAU squad and led the team to the Houston Kingswood Classic Platinum Division crown in 2008 ... earned MVP honors while playing on the Howard Pulley European Basketball Tour.
PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Francis Broghammer ... oldest of four siblings ... has a younger brother Blake and two younger sisters, Paige and Allison ... son of Brett and Carolyn Broghammer ... mother Carolyn was a springboard diving All-American at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire ... his uncle is former Duke All-American and national player of the year Christian Laettner who also played in the NBA from 1992-2005 ... born in Edina, Minn ... was Notre Dame's men's basketball representative on the Notre Dame Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) ... graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a degree in economics and computer applications.
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Broghammer in the BIG EAST Conference
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