Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Campbellsville University Adds Darius Clement as Graduate Assistant

Campbellsville University has added former player Darius Clement as a graduate assistant.

Here is a release from CU:

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. - Four years wasn't long enough for Darius Clement, as the men's basketball team snatched him up as a graduate assistant for the next two years.

"I decided to comeback and take the GA spot at Campbellsville because I missed it," said Clement. "It feels like home here and I am comfortable here. I'm excited for the team we have this year and I'm ready to get started."

Clement came to Campbellsville in 2011 because his brother, Shawn Savage, was also a member of the men's basketball team and he was comfortable with coach Keith Adkins and the staff that recruited him.

Being a Bowling Green, Ky. native, the drive was short and just close enough to home for his dad and family to come to many, if not all games — home and away.

"I always appreciated looking up in the stands and seeing my dad at almost every game of my career... In Vegas, Oklahoma, Kansas City, the list could go on," said Clement.

Last year in his senior season, Clement helped lead his team to its second MSC regular season and tournament championship. He was also named the Mid-South Conference Champions of Character.

As a four-year varsity player his career stats included 724 total points, 232 assists and 231 rebounds. He averaged 79.2 percent on free throws and shot 36.3 percent from behind the 3-point line.

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