Kam Cerroni did not travel with the team on Thursday to play against Cleveland State.
Hamilton High School graduate Kam Cerroni confirmed to the Green Bay Press Gazzette that he left the UW-Green Bay Basketball Team. Cerroni held the UW-Green Bay record for most consecutive made free throws, and has only one miss all season. The newspaper wrote that Cerroni's playing time reduced recently, even after he made 3-pointer in every conference game last season and shot 46.5 percent on 3s. Cerroni told the paper that his leaving had nothing to do with his reduced playing time and just had some differences that couldn’t be resolved.
Kam Cerroni holds the UW-Green Bay record for most consecutive made free throws, and has only one miss all season.
Hamilton High School graduate Kam Cerroni might be the best college basketball free throw shooter in the nation. You won’t find the UW-Green Bay junior’s name among the NCAA Division I rankings, because he doesn’t have enough made shots to qualify. But at 32-for-33 this season, he’s at 97.0 percent, which would be No. 1 in the country. A player needs 2.5 makes per game to be on the list. The only miss this season was against Illinois-Chicago on Jan. 12, and it broke his school-record streak of 40 consecutive made free throws. In his career, Cerroni is 70 of 79 (.886) at the line. That would be best all-time at UW-GB but he needs 100 total makes to qualify, and has another season and a half to get there. Cerroni averages 6.5 points for the …