54 Kibwe Trim
|Hometown:||San Juan, Trinidad|
|High School:||St. Mary's|
Team co-captain for the second season. A dominating force inside, who had his first injury-free campaign last season. He is unstoppable offensively when he is on. Has steadily progressed as a rebounder and shot blocker. Has a chance join the 1000-point club this season. 2004-05: Second on the team in scoring (10.5) and rebounding (5.4). Scored in double figures 13 times and recorded three double-doubles. His 163 free throws attempts last year was the fourth-highest total in the NEC. Had a career-high 28 points on 2/24/05. Was a perfect 12-12 from the field in that game. 2003-04: Led the team in field goal percentage at .609. Made first start of the season on 1/31 against Quinnipiac...Missed Wagner game on 1/7 with an injury....Had first double-double of the season with 15 points and 11 boards at Albany on 12/20. The 11 rebounds was a career high....Scored the game-winning bucket at the buzzer in the win over LIU on 12/8. Set a career high with three blocks against Columbia. His dunk after a missed shot with 7.5 seconds left against Lehigh was the winning bucker. Had ten points and three boards in the opener, returning from a red-shirt sophomore season. Followed that up with 12 points at Army, including the winning bucket with :20 left. 2002-03: After sitting out the first five games of the season because of a back injury, Trim made his first appearance against Yale. After playing two more games in pain in Puerto Rico, Trim decided to apply for a medical redshirt. 2001-02: Appeared in all 28 games, starting the last ten, averaging nearly 11 points and six rebounds per game during that stretch. Shot a team-high 56 percent from the field (75-134). Had a career-high 19 points 2/20/02 against LIU. Had a career-high ten rebounds against St. Francis (NY) twice- on 2/9/02 and a week later on 2/16/02. High School: Averaged 25 points and 13 rebounds per game as a senior at St. Mary's in Trinidad, playing for coach Dennis Taye. Voted team MVP and was a member of the North Zone All-Star team. Also played soccer at St. Mary's. Was captain and MVP his senior year. Was a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Junior National Team. Personal: Son of Roslyn and Joel Trim. Has brothers, Kwame and Kofi, and a sister Aisha. Computer Science Major. Favorite athlete is Kevin Garnett. Favorite food is paratha, a caribbean dish. Favorite book is Malcolm X and favorite music is reggae. Would love the opportunity to have dinner with Martin Luther King, Jr., "A man with great conviction who helped change the world we live in."