#33 Mike Broghammer
Missed the 2012-13 campaign due to problems in both knees … hampered by knee injuries throughout his entire collegiate career … underwent surgical procedures on both of his knees … appeared in 47 games, totaling 83 points and 58 rebounds … played in a career-high 24 games during his junior campaign.
SENIOR SEASON (2012-2013):
Did not play during his final season due to injury 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.
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.
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.