#24 / 33 Jim Seaman
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6'0"   Guard
HS: Linton Schenectady
Born:  
Season Stats
Season Cl Pos G GS FG FGA % FT FTA % Reb Fls DQ Pts PPG RPG
1961-62 So G 19 - 26 --- --- 17 --- --- --- --- --- 69 3.6 0.0
1962-63 Jr G 18 10 67 148 45.3% 26 --- --- --- --- --- 160 8.9 0.0
1963-64 Sr G 12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 52 4.3 0.0
Career    
49
+10
+93
+148
0.0%
+43
0
0.0%
0
0
0
281
5.7
0.0

Jim Seaman played guard for Syracuse University for three seasons. He and classmate Bob Murray were teammates at Linton High School, where the team won 31 consecutive games in Section II.

Seaman's sophomore season saw the Orangemen go through their worst year ever, as the team lost 27 games in a row. Seaman would see various amounts of playing time as coach Marc Guley played around with his lineup.

Seaman would move into the starting lineup midway through his junior year, and he was often the leading scorer in those games. He would score 24 points in a big 68-67 upset over Niagara, and in March he would have a career high 27 points in a win over rival Colgate.

Seaman's playing time would drop significantly his senior year as the dynamic Dave Bing was now a sophomore and on the varsity. Coach Fred Lewis used a lot of players, especially the younger ones. Seniors Carl Vernick, Bob Murray and Seaman where the least used players on the team. Seaman would quit the team with about ten days left in the season.

Seaman would coach jayvee and varsity basketball after graduation. He was the head coach at Guilderland Central High School.

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