Kemp signs Letter of Intent with D-II Nyack

Former Archbishop Walsh basketball standout Tavien Kemp signed a National Letter of Intent Wednesday to continue his collegiate career at Division II Nyack (New York). Kemp recently completed a strong two-year stint at Erie Community College, helping the Kats to a 50-11 record, a pair of Region III titles and two berths in the NJCAA Division II Tournament, including a trip to the national semifinals in 2019. The 6-foot-1 guard averaged 18 points as a sophomore and scored a career-high 34 points, including an 8-for-14 mark 3-point range, in a win over Mercyhurst NE on Feb. 1. Joining Kemp, the 2017 Big 30 Player of the Year, who that year set the Monsignor Martin Association single-season scoring record with 749 points (34 per game), at the signing ceremony were (front row): Parents J.R. Kemp and Danielle Vanderhoef Minges. Back row: Eric DiMartino (Walsh athletic director), Andy Moore (boys varsity head coach) and Tom Manko (STCS/Walsh president/principal).

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