2013-14 Montana Basketball
Griz Newcomers – Transfers
Griz Returners – Sophomores
C • 7-0 • 222 • So. • 1V • Casper, Wyo. • Natrona County HS
#22 Martin Riley Bradshaw Breunig
Montana: Andy is an athletic big man who will see plenty of action this season, if not compete for a starting position.
ANDY’S CAREER HIGHS: Points 7 at Davidson, 2/23/13 Rebounds 6 in Two Games
2012-13: He played in 28 games and started in four as a true freshman. He was ranked 15th in the Big Sky Conference in blocks with 0.8 a game (he had 21). High School: At Natrona County High School in Casper he averaged 9.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, and 2.2 blocked shots per game as a senior...his junior team won the state championship, while his senior squad won a league title...he lettered in track and field...his high school basketball coach at Natrona was Shawn Gillum.
Field Goals 2 in Seven Games
Personal: His parents are David and Nancy Martin of Casper. He is a physics major. Birth date: Sept. 11, 1993. He attended St. John’s Northwest Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin, in 2011-12.
Field Goal Attempts 4 in Two Games
3-point Field Goals DNA Free Throws 6 at BYU, 11/28/12 Free Throw Attempts 6 at BYU, 11/28/12 Assists 1 in Two Games Blocks 4 vs. San Diego, 11/24/12 Steals 1 at S. Utah, 3/4/13 Minutes Played 20 vs. San Diego, 11/24/12
Year G-S Min-Avg. FG-FGA-Pct. 3-PT-Att.-Pct. FT-FTA-Pct. O-D-REBS.-Avg. PF-FO A TO BLK 2012-13 28-4 231-8.3 19-40-.475 0-0-.000 19-24-.792 18-23-41-1.5 35-1 2 8 21
G • 6-2 • 180 • Fr. • RS Corvallis, Mont. • Utah State/ Corvallis HS
C • 6-8 • 210 • Jr. • TR Leverkusen, Germany • Washington
MONTANA: Riley should contribute at both guard positions this season . He be eligible to play in December of 2013.
MONTANA: Martin has a bright future at Montana, but he will have to sit out this season due to NCAA transfer rules.
2012-13: He transferred to UM from Utah State and redshirted last season.
WASHINGTON: He was a two-year letterman for the Huskies, where he played in 30 career games.
HIGH SCHOOL: He was a three-time all-state selection, and was named to the all-conference team four times as a standout an nearby Corvallis High School...he served as team captain in hoops as a junior and senior...his head coach was his dad, Dave Bradshaw.
HIGH SCHOOL: He was an All-American All-Star at LandradLucas Prep School...played at St. John’s Northwest Military Academy in Delafield, Wis., as a senior for coach Brian Richert in 2010-11 after coming over to the United States for the first time in August of 2010...competed for the junior teams of Bayer Giants Leverkusen in Germany...prior to coming to the U.S. he played in the NBBL (Nachwuchs Basketball Bundesliga) where he averaged 14.5 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.4 blocks, and 2.3 assists per game, while shooting 59% from the field...also competed for the German under 18 national team at the FIBA European Championships in Vilnius, Lithuania during the summer of 2010...originally committed to Maryland.
PERSONAL: His major is business management. His birth date is May 25, 1993. His parents are Dave and Eileen Bradshaw of Corvallis.
Favorite Food: Sesame chicken. Favorite class: History of Rock & Roll. Favorite book: How to Teach Physics To Your Dog. Favorite TV show: Family Guy. Favorite musical group: The Notebook. Favorite movie: The Notebook. If a movie were made of my life, I would like the following actor to play me: Daniel Tosh. The person in history I would most like to meet is: Albert Einstein. Favorite sport other than basketball: Soccer. Favorite sports figure: Phil Jackson “Zen Master.” Favorite NBA team: Denver Nuggets. Hobbies/Special Interests: Guitar, fishing, hiking. Not many people know this, but I: went to a military school. My greatest moment in sports was: state championship junior year or conference tournament freshman year (at UM). The best player I ever faced was: Mitch McGary. The thing I like best about Montana basketball is: My teammates’ positivity. The thing that impresses me about Coach Tinkle: His willingness to work on player’s deficiencies. My advice to youngsters is: Enjoy working on your game; have fun! My future goals are: all-conference, conference champions, national champions.
2013-14 Montana Basketball
Favorite Food: Chicken Enchiladas. Favorite class: Optimal Performance. Favorite TV show: Entourage. Favorite book: Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success Favorite musical artist: J Cole. Favorite movie: Happy Gilmore. If a movie were made of my life, I would like the following actor to play me: Mark Wahlberg. The person in history I would most like to meet is: Muhammad Ali. Favorite sport other than basketball: Football. Favorite sports figure: Kobe Bryant. Favorite NBA team: LA Lakers. My greatest moment in sports was: Career high to go to state my junior year. The best player I ever faced was: Klay Thompson. The thing I like best about Montana basketball is: The tradition, work ethic and closeness of team. The thing that impresses me about Coach Tinkle: His knowledge of the game, and he continues to be humble. My advice to youngsters is: Work as hard as you can to reach your goals and always have fun. My future goals are: Win multiple Big Sky championships. Continue playing afer college.
STL PTS-Avg. 3 57-2.0
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PERSONAL: His major is communications. Birth date: Feb. 18, 1992. His parents are Michael Breunig and Piqul Brehm of Leverkusen.
Favorite Food: Kebab (Turkish). Favorite class: Sports Psychology. Favorite book: The Beautiful Art of Basketball. Favorite TV show: How I Met Your Mother. Favorite musical group: The Weekend. Favorite movie: Limitless. If a movie were made of my life, I would like the following actor to play me: Gerald Butler. Favorite sports figure: Lebron James. Favorite NBA team: Depending on Lebron James. Hobbies/Special Interests: Playing xbox. Many people don’t know this, but I: am a pro Call of Duty player. My greatest moment in sports was: Playing for the national team. The thing I like best about Montana basketball is: Talented group, really funny group. The thing that impresses me about Coach Tinkle: His knowledge and player friendly attitude. My advice to youngsters is: Keep going, it pays off. My future goals are: Be the best I can be and win as many championships as possible with Montana. 37